Ollie Horgan has praised the medical staff at Dalymount Park who attended to Finn Harps captain Keith Cowan at the end of Friday’s game with Bohemians.
Cowan had sustained a nasty gash on his head during Monday’s EA Sports Cup game against Derry City.
The Harps defender was bandaged at the Brandywell, but was in from the start on Friday night against Bohs and shipped a heavy knock during the first half in Phibsborough.
Cowan was said to have felt faint at the end of the game, but was able to walk unaided back to the dressing room following treatment.
“To be fair to the Bohs doctor and the ambulance staff, they were excellent,” Horgan said.
“He’s okay. He took a knock on Monday night that needed stitches.
“He re-opened the wound in the first half and, to his credit, he played on. He just felt the pressure of it at the end of the game.
“He needed attention, but he’s alert, he’s good and we need him and everyone else available.”Tags: