Finn Harps 3 Shelbourne 2 By Chris McNulty at Finn Park MICHAEL Funston’s second-half brace saw Finn Harps defeat promotion-chasing Shelbourne at Finn Park on Friday night. Advertisement Ollie Horgan’s side have left Shelbourne’s title hopes dangling by a thread and it seems that, barring a massive collapse, even by their own standards, that Longford […]
WHILE Michael Funston, Caoimhin Bonner and Keith Cowan all return from suspension, Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan is still not guaranteed to be able to select from a full panel for his team’s meeting with Wexford Youths on Friday night
OLLIE Horgan is hoping that captain Kevin McHugh can rediscover his magic to find the goals his Finn Harps side so desperately crave between now and the end of the season.
IN THE space of an hour last Friday, Ollie Horgan’s attacking options suffered two hammer blows, writes Chris McNulty
Finn Harps host Longford Town in a game that marks the end of the first half of the season
FINN Harps manager Ollie Horgan could be without up to eight of his squad for Friday’s night’s FAI Ford Cup meeting with Leinster Senior League outfit Belgrove/Home Farm (Frank Cooke Park, Dublin, kick-off 7.30pm).
OLLIE Horan has strongly refuted suggestions that his Finn Harps team has a disciplinary problem.
OLLIE Horgan’s set piece plans came together against the B-Team of Shamrock Rovers on Sunday, with his Finn Harps team scoring all three goals from set plays to earn the first League win of his tenure.
FINN Harps won on their first ever competitive visit to Tallaght Stadium on Sunday as First Division football debuted in the Dublin venue.
OLLIE Horgan opens his tenure as the Finn Harps manager with a home game against Waterford United on Friday, March 7th.