League the priority, says Glebe boss

Thursday, 21 December 2017

League the priority, says Glebe boss thumbnailJason Wilmont will pit his wits against Linfield boss David Healy when the two sides meet on January 6 in the fifth round of the Irish Cup.

GLEBE Rangers manager Jason Wilmont insists his players will not allow their dream Irish Cup fifth round tie to affect their push for league glory.
The Ballymoney club will travel to the National Stadium on the first weekend of the New Year where they will lock horns with David Healy's Linfield.
On their last visit to Windsor Park, Glebe were beaten five-nil, with four of those goals coming in the closing 20 minutes of an entertaining match.
Wilmont admits getting the opportunity to share the stage with the most successful team in the 136-year knockout competition will be a day to savour, but says fighting for silverware in the Ballymena and Provincial Intermediate League remains the objective for everyone at Glebe Rangers.


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