'Unfinished business' drives us on

Thursday, 15 March 2018

'Unfinished business' drives us on thumbnailFormer Coleraine striker Curtis Allen is in red-hot form at the moment, his goal against Glenavon on Saturday his tenth in his last eight games. Wk11035

LOSING last year's Tennent's Irish Cup final continues to drive Coleraine's players in this season's competition.
“We have spoken in the changing room, especially when the cup games come around, as a club and group that we feel we have unfinished business in the Irish Cup,"offered manager Oran Kearney.
“It whet our appetite last year, it gave people the taste of a final and the experience of the day was brilliant.
“The outcome of the day wasn't good but I still stand over that it's been a huge catalyst for us and our success going forward.
“But we want to get back there and we want to do it again, but go that step further.
“Glentoran are the next obstacle that stands in front of that and we want to use the hurt and pain from last year as a motivation.
“Glentoran have always had a cup pedigree.
“So even under Gary, I wouldn't have sat thinking that it was going to be straightforward.
“In a one-off game at this stage of a cup anything can happen.


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