FINN Harps look set to be without Conor Barry and Ryan Connolly for the coming weeks.
Harps manager Ollie Horgan admits that the early prognosis wasn’t promising on the pair after last night’s 1-0 win over Bohs.
“They look like they might be long term injuries,” Horgan said.
“We paid a cost with those injuries. It will give someone else a chance to step in – and we’ll need that.”
Barry had to leave the action ten minutes into the second half while Connolly picked up an injury late on.
Horgan has added depth to his panel in the off season.
He said: “For once, we have a panel that it normally is. We were worried about keeping them happy, but now we’re down bodies for the next month.”
Harps are looking to avoid a relegation scrap this season and a win over one of the top sides (Bohs were second in 2020) will certainly heighten the confidence by the Finn.
Horan said: “It’s a great start. We beat a proper side.”Tags: