Boys are ready to go says boss

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Boys are ready to go says boss thumbnailThere was bitter disappointment for former Coleraine defender Gareth McAuley and his NI colleagues on Sunday night as they lost out to Switzerland in their two-legged World Cup play-off in Basel. Wk46077

COLERAINE manager Oran Kearney is confident of getting a big performance from his players at the National Stadium at Windsor Park this weekend - after giving them a rare day off on Saturday.
The Bannsiders travel to Linfield 11 points clear of the Blues and while victory would open a 14 point gap on David Healy's side, Kearney doesn't want to focus sorely on one team.
“You only have to look at Cliftonville who've gone on a great run and who've moved into the top four to see that there are lots of teams challenging," admitted Oran - who didn't give himself the weekend off.
He was in the stands on Friday night as Ballymena Utd defeated Linfield and travelled to Carrick on Saturday where he saw Warrenpoint Town get the better of their hosts.
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