Ollie Horgan admits that he fears that Finn Harps will ‘drift away’ from the rest of the Premier Division.
An eighth League defeat in a row last night – a 1-0 reversal to Bohemians at Finn Park – keeps Harps five points behind UCD at the foot of the table.
Harps are winless so far and have just two points to their name. In each of their home defeats, Harps have lost by just one goal, but Horgan isn’t buying the hard luck tales.
“It doesn’t matter if it’s narrow or if it’s more than a goal, if you get no points you’re in danger of drifting away, if we haven’t drifted away already,” Horgan told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“It’s a serious division and it’s a lot stronger than when we were last in it. We knew that at the start, but you’re hoping something might fall for us.
“We have to stick together and see where it gets us.”
Daniel Grant struck the only goal of the game last night as Bohs maintained their place in second.
Horgan said: “We didn’t play in the first half and we lost the game in that half. We did well when the shackles were off at one-nil down. The first half was probably the poorest we’ve had at home.”
Listen to the full interview below …