TONY McNamee has rallied Finn Harps to pick themselves up from the disappointment of Friday night’s derby stalemate.
Harps were heading for victory over Derry City, thanks to Ryan Connolly’s goal, when Adam Liddle netted a 95th minute equaliser for the Candystripes.
Having taken four points from their opening two games of 2020, Harps host Shelbourne tonight at Finn Park.
“We have to pick ourselves up,” McNamee told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“We have to look forward to Shelbourne and try to pick up three points.
“We will look back and think it’s two points dropped. Conceding with 30 seconds left, it will feel like that. If you were to offer us four points from the first two games, we’d have taken it with open arms.”
The Ramelton man was handed a start on Friday night, alongside his brother Barry, one of Harps’ new signings, and he believes Ollie Horgan has strengthened the panel.
He said: “We added a bit of extra quality up the pitch, but we need the steel at the back.
“Sligo only had one real chance and Derry took their only real, proper chance. The defence stood up well.”
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