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James McClean has his say on Roddy Collins' exit from Derry City

The former Candystripes winger has suggested that Roddy’s ego is ‘bigger than the club’.

DERRY CITY ARE on the look-out for a new manager after today’s news that Roddy Collins has left the club by mutual consent.

Collins only spent six months with the Candystripes and Ireland international James McClean, who spent three years at the club, believes it was the right decision to allow him to leave:

Tweet by @James McClean Source: James McClean/Twitter

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