Finn Harps fans will be worried about a relegation dogfight after their latest loss, which was their seventh in a row, and came against bottom of the table Longford Town.
That is the prospect facing the club, according to Highland Radio’s soccer analyst Sean Connor.
Sean (pictured), who has managed at the highest level with Bohemians and Dundalk, spoke today on Sunday Sport and said Harps’ next three games could be crucial.
He said Sligo Rovers are inconsistent, discussed Derry City’s European hopes, praised Seamus Coleman, and said recent performances by Derry’s Leeds player Eunan O’Kane is good news for Ireland boss Martin O’Neill.
He was speaking with presenter Myles Gallagher and started by saying Harps need to stop the rot…