BY CHRIS MCNULTY firstname.lastname@example.org AWAY from the passion and pressure of the dugout, Ollie Horgan is a trained pianist. Give him anything from Bach or Beethoven to Verdi and Wagner, Horgan is likely to oblige. Advertisement Horgan doesn’t hog the limelight and is never too revealing in interviews, but playing the piano is one of […]
A look back at Finn Harps’ season through numbers…
Chris McNulty hears from Finn Harps captain Kevin McHugh ahead of Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final
Michael Funston hailed Finn Harps’ character on Friday night when Ollie Horgan’s side turned in one of their best displays of the season against Shelbourne
FOR only the third time this season, Finn Harps recorded a League win at Finn Park on Friday night, but the manner of the 3-2 win over second-placed Shelbourne was an albeit late sign of what Ollie Horgan’s side is capable of.
Ollie Horgan provided an honest assessment of Finn Harps’ defeat by Shamrock Rovers B
WHEN Jordan Loftus heard of Ollie Horgan’s interest in taking him to Finn Harps until the season’s end, his first port of call was Ruairi Keating.
OLLIE Horgan has vowed that Finn Harps will fight to the bitter end this season.
BY CHRIS MCNULTY FINN Harps manager Ollie Horgan has told of his regret at Tommy Bonnar’s departure from the club. The midfielder had become frustrated with the lack of game time going his way and the Letterkenny man confirmed to Horgan after last Friday night’s game against Wexford Youths that he was severing his contract. […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY THE pained expression etched across Kevin McHugh’s face told the story of how a missed penalty in the 72nd minute was haunting him as Finn Harps were held to a two-all draw against Wexford Youths. McHugh stepped up after Gareth Harkin’s shot was deemed to have come off a Wexford hand. The […]