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‘They’ve raised: let’s go all-in’

Thursday, 29 March 2018

‘They’ve raised: let’s go all-in’ thumbnailFormer Linfield man Aaron Burns scored Coleraine’s second goal in Friday evening’s 3-2 defeat of Carrick Rangers. Wk13cfc4

COLERAINE manager Oran Kearney admits it's time to ask questions of Crusaders after seizing the initiative in the tightest title race in years.
The Bannsiders leapfrogged the Crues on Friday night with a dogged win over Carrick Rangers while the Belfast side were due to play Warrenpoint Town.
Whatever the result of the game at Milltown (not known at the time of going to press) what is certain is that the Easter Tuesday clash between the two at Seaview is going to be huge.
“It might not be pivotal because the two teams are so close,"argued Oran.
 "Don't forget, there are four other games against top six sides who all have their own agendas and who will want to get their own results.
“I've been in the game long enough to know how it works but I can't wait.
“The big incentive over the past month was to try and keep that fixture alive and we've done that.
“For six weeks we've clawed to hang in there and now that we've got through that bit it's our turn to flip it, to ask a question of them.
“They've raised us:let's go all-in!"

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