Eamonn McEnaney in his words
Eamonn McEnaney told Gaelic Life that the priority this weekend must be putting on a good performance”
“BECAUSE of the teams that are now left in Ulster, we would be seen as the rank outsiders in the competition, and we know that, but it’s not a bad way to be.
“I think that Monaghan people will be looking for the team to go out and perform to the best of their ability, and that’s what we will be looking for as well from a management point of view.
“There’s a lot of talk of injuries ahead of it. Paul Finlay and Darren Hughes will be there, Tommy Freeman is the major doubt for us with the hamstring problem.
“I think it’s the third time the problem has occurred since the start of the year. It’s a very troublesome thing. If you had four or five weeks in between games with nothing that would be fine.
“Tommy played the Antrim game and then there were club matches, and you are under pressure to play them. He didn’t play full games, but he gave it a wee jag again.”
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