FINN Harps manager Ollie Horgan says he believes a massive improvement is needed if his team is to get anything from Friday’s night’s game against Shelbourne.
HOW often has it been the story – Kevin McHugh the hero of the hour for Finn Harps?
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.
FINN Harps are likely to leave their big guns behind when they play Wexford Youths on Tuesday night, five days before Ollie Horgan’s team face St Patrick’s Athletic in Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final at Richmond Park.
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 still believes that Finn Harps have an uphill battle on their hands to work their way into play-off contention in the First Division.
FINN Harps will be without striker Sean McCarron for the next month at least after the Derryman fractured an ankle at training this week.
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,