The Wanderers travel to Donegal tomorrow night aiming to keep a hold on 2nd place in the league but the Seagulls know that it’ll be a tough test after this fixture earlier in the season saw the Wanderers win in the Carlisle 5-3.
Looking back on last weeks 1-1 draw with St.Patrick’s Athletic that saw the Seagulls climb into 2nd place, Head Coach Harry Kenny said,
“We were disappointed to drop two points last Friday night in the Carlisle grounds against St Pats.I thought our performance merited the three points particularly after the chances we created in the first half.St Pats did have their moments and could have snatched a winner in the last few minutes of the game only for Keith Buckley’s last ditch intervention.”
While looking ahead to this synthroid buy online weeks match, Harry Kenny knows his side are in for a tough match,
“We travel to Finn Harps on Friday looking for the three points.Our last game against Harps was a very open and entertaining affair where we came out on top with a 5-3 score line.Harps have signed some excellent players and we will be under no illusions that we will have to beat our best to get the three points.”
There are some injury concerns ahead of tomorrows match, Peter Cherrie, Darragh Noone and Ryan Robinson are all carrying knocks and will be assessed before the match. Kevin Lynch,Conor Earley and Hugh Douglas are all back training after being out the last number of weeks while Jason Marks is suspended after being sent off against St.Patrick’s Athletic.