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Finn HarpsRepublik Irland - Finn Harps FC - Ergebnisse, Spielpläne, Kader, Statistiken, Fotos, VIdeos und News - Soccerway. Finn Harps vorheriges Spiel war gegen Shamrock Rovers in FAI Cup, Endstand 2 - 3 (Shamrock Rovers hat gewonnen). Finn Harps Spielplan zeigt die letzten Finn Harps FC, Ballybofey. Gefällt Mal · Personen sprechen darüber · waren hier. Donegal's Senior Football Club. Established in .
Finn Harps Squad of Finn Harps VideoAdam Foley - Finn Harps v Waterford - 09.11.20 Harps’ win at Finn Park saw the Donegal side secure Premier Division football while Waterford missed out on a top three finish and European football next year. The ruling brings an official end to the season and confirms Sligo Rovers' place in Europe, the relegation of Shelbourne and Longford Town's promotion. Finn Harps 2 - 3 Shamrock Rovers View events: Squad Current; Statistics Goalkeepers M. McGinley. 30 years old. 18 0 P. McGarvey. 17 years old. 0 0. Waterford FC's appeal against a decision on player eligibility has been dismissed by the FAI's Appeals Committee. Waterford made a complaint to the FAI over the eligibility of Finn Harps defender. Finn Harps v St Patrick's Athletic Programme, Issue 8 € EUR. Finn harps official sponsors © finn harps - Design by panamatransits.com Finn Harps Football Club are an Irish football club that play in the Premier Division of the League of Ireland, as of The club was founded in and elected to the league in They hail from Ballybofey, County Donegal and play their home matches at Finn Park. The club's colours are blue and white, and they go by the nickname Harps. The main successes of the club include winning an FAI Cup in –74 and the First Division title in They also contested the FAI Cup.
Kieran Farren. Jamie Browne. Adrian Delap. Stephen Folan. Mark Russell. Shaun Kelly. David Webster. Ryan Connolly. Ryan Finn. Shaun Doherty. Mark Coyle.
Leo Donnellan. Rafael Cretaro. Gareth Harkin. Karl O'Sullivan. Corey McBride. Barry McNamee. Tony McNamee.
Mark Timlin. Adam Foley. Alexander Kogler. Cameron Saul. Jack Serrant-Green. Stephen Doherty. Detailed squad.
Top arrivals. Top departures. Top Goalscorers. In In 7 matches Finn Harps has not lost the goal. In 7 games, both teams have scored goal.
Average goals: 0. Table Ireland 1. All Home Away. Go to the league. Top scorers. Player goals Avg 1 Russell.
Streaks for for all matches played in Airtricity League played 4 matches in a row without draw. Goals stats All Home Away.
Name Value Percent Goals scored 18 Avg: 0. St Patrick's Athletic. Shamrock Rovers. McGinley 30 years old 18 0. McGarvey 17 years old 0 0.
McDermott 22 years old 0 0. Bell 21 years old 0 0. Kelly 31 years old 0 0. Sadiki 22 years old 16 0. Webster 31 years old 16 1. Farren 20 years old 0 0.
McEleney 29 years old 17 0. Russell 24 years old 17 3. Todd 22 years old 16 0. Folan 28 years old 12 1. Nevertheless, Finn Harps won promotion at the end of the —96 season, thus bringing an end to end their season spell in the First Division.
During the summer of , a consortium of businessmen offered to take control of the club, but - when their offer was rejected - the manager and certain members of the club committee resigned.
The club appointed Charlie McGeever as manager and, despite time being against him, he managed to assemble a squad for the opening of the —97 season.
By the season's conclusion, he had ensured that the club's Premier Division status was retained. Off the field, the remaining committee members set the club up as a co-operative society , selling shares to the ordinary supporters, to ensure that the club would be owned and run by the people whom they felt would truly care about it.
A long-term blueprint for the future was put in place. In —99, Finn Harps finished fourth in the Premier Division; one point behind Shelbourne in third position and just missed out on Europe.
They made it to the FAI Cup Final but lost to Bray Wanderers after a number of replays, leaving themselves with nothing to show bar the Irish News Cup for what is considered to be one of their most impressive seasons.
The following season, and after an abysmal run of results, Dykes resigned. Fan-favourite Jonathan Speak took his place as new financial structures were put into place and a newly appointed fund-raising committee established along with numerous supporter clubs around the country.
However, after a run of 14 games undefeated and a late-season fightback, Finn Harps were ultimately relegated to the First Division on the last day of the season.
This ended a five-year run in the top flight. Speak's first full season in charge saw the club finish second to Drogheda United in the First Division, thus securing them a play-off place for promotion.
Longford Town beat them on penalties. The following season saw the club finish third and lose at the play-off semi-final stage to Galway United.
Speak managed to hold most of the squad together, despite their top-scorer Kevin McHugh who formed a successful forward partnership with English striker Damien Whitehead attracting the interest of several Premier Division clubs.
Considered bookmaker's favourites to lift the title and win promotion, Finn Harps began well but fell to fourth position after having gone without a win for a month by mid-September.
This poor run included a home-loss to the neighbouring northwest club Sligo Rovers and a home-draw against league leaders Dublin City , the latter game billed as a must-win match.
Speak's assistant, Sean McGowan, took temporary charge until a suitable placement was found and steadied the club with two wins from two.
Approaching the final third of the season, the club appointed Noel King as manager. They were rejuvenated and stormed back to the top of the First Division table with a club record-equalling six wins on the trot.
They disposed of Bray Wanderers in the semi-finals but lost in the final to local rivals Derry City , who had finished ninth in that season's Premier Division.
Noel King lasted six games into the season before leaving the club by mutual consent, with the amount of travelling the Dubliner had to endure being cited as one of the main reasons for his departure.
Felix Healy , the former Derry City player and manager who had won all domestic major honours with his home-town club, would be the new manager.
Fans viewed this as a bold move by the Finn Harps board of directors, considering Healy's history with the club's fiercest rivals.
However, the following season saw the club struggle in the Premier Division and Harps sacked Healy in July. Anthony Gorman agreed to become player-manager until the end of the season.
However, at the season's end and with Finn Harps relegated again, Gorman agreed to take the position on a full-time basis only to leave following the season as his efforts to lead the club to promotion failed.
In , after Paul Hegarty took charge of managing the team,  financial difficulties that had nearly bankrupted the club some seasons earlier became more prevalent so the club - struggling in the lower half of the First Division - put all players on sale.
They emerged as victors over Dundalk from the first round of the First Division play-off, with a 2—0 win. The first leg of the final play-off round against Waterford United ended at Finn Park with Harps taking a 3—0 advantage to the Waterford RSC ahead of the return leg, which ended 3—3.
Thus, Harps secured promoted to the Premier Division 6—3 on aggregate. In , Harps began the conversion from a semi-professional, part-time club to a full-time setup over the off-season, with 16 full-time players on the books as of the opening day of the season.
The conversion succeeded but relegation beckoned once again for the club, this time on the final day.
Though they won their game, Galway United's win sealed the fate of Harps. On 11 May , Paul Hegarty left the club, citing "personal reasons".
James Gallagher replaced Hegarty as manager. On 3 May , Peter Hutton took over as manager, while former Northern Ireland international and fellow former Derry City player Felix Healy also arrived to take the role of club director of football.