April 16, 2024

Finn Harps boss Darren Murphy says he is aware of precisely how tough issues are going to be towards Cobh Ramblers tonight.

Harps sit second within the league after three video games with two wins and a draw.

However they know that momentum should stay in place as Cobh make the journey to Finn Park for tonight’s kick-off at 7.45pm.

Straight-talking Murphy is beneath no illusions that nothing however a full-on efficiency from his facet will hold that momentum in place.

He mentioned “It’ll be a tough one, we had some very, very tough video games towards Cobh final year- the 2 away video games down there have been over at half time because it was harm limitation.

“One of many video games right here we have been main 2-0 and have been introduced again to 2-2 and have been very fortunate to get away with some extent so we all know this will probably be tough- we all know that and we’ll make the gamers conscious of that.

“From my perspective I hope the gamers can provide a superb account of themselves and depart every part on the market like they’ve carried out within the earlier three video games of the season.

“It has been a really pleasing begin right here at Finn Park this season with a draw and a win, and it’s magnificent to have the help that we have now at current.”

Aaron McLaughlin, Ryan Rainey and Kevin Jordan stay injured whereas Conor Tourish can also be a doubt.

‘We all know it’s going to be tough towards Cobh,’ says Harps boss Murphy was final modified: March eighth, 2024 by Employees Author