GLENEA UNITED manager Anthony McCafferty thought his side had blown their chance today – until Martin Ferry struck a last-gasp equaliser.
“It didn’t look good. It was corner after corner after corner and it looked like it was going to be one of those days,” McCafferty said.
“We had the pressure on in the last 20 minutes and thank God the boys came through. The first half was bad for us. We were nervous and didn’t settle. We gave away a bad goal just before half time.
“The priority was not to lose. It was always going to be tough because they’re so well organised.
“We had to push men forward. We were down to ten men and they caught us on the break, but didn’t take the chance.”
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