FINN Harps defender Packie Mailey has urged soccer followers in Donegal to come to Finn Park on Friday night for the second leg of his team’s First Division play-off with UCD.
Tony McNamee gives us an insight into the Finn Harps dressing room.
Ollie Horgan lays foundations in year one, but age old issues leave Finn Harps in familiar quandry at season’s end
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 […]
Finn Harps face St Patrick’s Athletic in Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final at Richmond Park
ALTHOUGH their record shows just one defeat in fourteen games, Ollie Horgan insists that Finn Harps must improve significantly if they’re to book a place in the quarter-finals of the FAI Ford Cup.
Finn Harps 0 Galway FC 0 By Chris McNulty at Finn Park IT was Finn Harps’s season in a nutshell at Finn Park on Friday night. Advertisement A scoreless draw with Galway FC made Ollie Horgan’s words of last month ring true once more. The Harps manager had said that his team would be ‘hard […]
TOMMY Bonnar became the latest Finn Harps player to receive a red card on Friday night when a last-gasp equaliser from defender Packie Mailey earned Ollie Horgan’s side a share of the spoils against Wexford Youths.
YET again, Ollie Horgan’s post-match interview was dominated by talk about a red card and this time the Finn Harps manager did his best to be as measured as he could,
Chris McNulty hears from the Finn Harps defender Packie Mailey
FINN Harps could be running short of defensive supplies when they face First Division leaders Shelbourne at Finn Park on Friday night (kick-off 8pm).