Der Finn Harps Football Club (irisch: Cumann Peile Chláirsigh na Finne) ist ein irischer Fußballverein aus der Stadt Ballybofey (am namensgebenden River. Alles zum Verein Finn Harps (Premier League) ➤ aktueller Kader mit Marktwerten ➤ Transfers ➤ Gerüchte ➤ Spieler-Statistiken ➤ Spielplan ➤ News. Infos, Statistik und Bilanz zum Spiel Finn Harps - St. Patrick's Athletic - kicker.
Finn HarpsDiese Übersicht zeigt, mit welcher Tabellen-Endplatzierung der Verein Finn Harps eine Spielzeit abgeschlossen hat und in welcher Liga er aktiv war. Republik Irland - Finn Harps FC - Ergebnisse, Spielpläne, Kader, Statistiken, Fotos, VIdeos und News - Soccerway. Der Finn Harps Football Club ist ein irischer Fußballverein aus der Stadt Ballybofey in der irischen Grafschaft Donegal. Die Finn Harps wurden gegründet und spielen seit ununterbrochen in der League of Ireland.
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Margin winners and losers All Home Away. Name 1 goal 2 goals 3 goals 4 or more goals Won 5 2 0 0 Losers 3 4 0 1. They also contested the FAI Cup Final s , a second replay of which ended in a narrow defeat, the first replay having been lost to a draw with 30 seconds left to play.
Finn Harps was formed in as a junior club. The club's name derives from the river that runs through Ballybofey — the River Finn — and a traditional Irish symbol — the harp.
After they were knocked out of that competition, club directors Fran Fields and Patsy McGowan decided to apply to the League of Ireland for membership.
The club was admitted into the senior ranks in May and played their first senior game against Shamrock Rovers on 17 August They lost the game 10—2.
After initial worries that the club were not of sufficient standard, the club became a considerable force during the s. Finn Harps qualified for European competitions on four occasions during the s.
The club was again runner-up in the League of Ireland Cup finals of and to Waterford and Bohemians respectively.
Through the s, the club never once finished in the bottom half of the table and were widely respected for their attractive and attacking football style.
The s saw a gradual decline of the club when it came to competing against the best in Ireland. A series of managerial changes occurred over the following few years in an attempt to raise the club's status, but signs of improvement did not appear until the early s.
The next three seasons saw the club finish in the play-off position twice, though they were beaten both times once by Cobh Ramblers and once by Athlone Town.
The club let McGowan go before his aim of promotion could be completed. 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.
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