THEY WERE BORN after he left these shores and Oisin Hassett says there’s no danger of Finn Harps Under-19s adopting the Jack Charlton playbook.
Joe Boyle is now in his second season as manager of the Harps U-19s, who are now unbeaten in seven League games.
Boyle has been positioned high on the FAI’s coaching ladder for the last decade and his appointment last summer was seen as a real coup for the Ballybofey club.[adrotate group=”43″]
“Joe is fantastic,” Hassett told Donegal Sport Hub.
“He has a great philosophy for football and there’s no Jack Charlton stuff. He encourages us to get on the ball and play, keeping the ball on the ground.”
Hassett let fly in the final minute to rescue a point on Saturday afternoon to preserve that unbeaten sequence of League games.
The Newtown man said: “I was going to slip it through, no-one closed me down so I just went for it and lucky enough it went in.[adrotate group=”50″]
“It was very important to keep the unbeaten run going. We’re just trying to push on now and finish as high as possible.
“We had a lot of possession, but we didn’t create too much. Derby games are always like that. It’s always a bit more competitive seeing as we know each other so well.
“It’s been a great season so far and we just want to keep pushing now and getting points.”[adrotate group=”38″] Tags: