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Sport Linfield boss David Healy hails Jamie Mulgrew ahead of 600th appearance

16:35  28 november  2020
16:35  28 november  2020 Source:   belfastlive.co.uk

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Linfield manager David Healy says captain Jamie Mulgrew is a leader both on and off the pitch ahead of a landmark tally for the Irish Premiership champions. Mulgrew will make his 600 th Linfield appearance if he takes to the pitch against Warrenpoint Town on Saturday. The 34-year-old made his

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Linfield manager David Healy will today salute his skipper Jamie Mulgrew, who is due to make his 600th appearance for the club.

The 34-year-old has been the driving force behind the Blues’ bandwagon since moving to the club back in 2005.

Mulgrew has lifted the League title eight times and has six Irish Cup winners’ medals, along with a bucket load of others.

“It will be a huge milestone for the captain of this football club,” said Healy.

“Jamie looks after himself extremely well and is a hugely popular player with our fans.

“He is a great ambassador for the club he has served with distinction and loyalty for many years.”

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Although a healthy 14 points separates the teams in the Premiership table, Healy remains wary of Warrenpoint.

“We’ve a good record at Warrenpoint, but we’ve also found it difficult,” said Healy.

“I think we won 1-0 down there last year. The year before, Andy Waterworth scored after about 30 seconds but we had to wait until the 90th minute for Shayne Lavery to seal it.

“I have huge respect for Barry Gray. I was along with him at some of the coaching courses and I know how enthusiastic he is. He gets a lot of out his team had he has recruited well.

“It will be a tough game, it’s a tough place to go. I was recently reminded that I had my first game in charge of Linfield down there just over five years ago.”

Although the fixture has a late start, due to live streaming purposes, Healy insists it will not affect his preparation.

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Linfield manager David Healy says his side need to focus on themselves ahead of Friday's encounter with struggling Glenavon in the Irish Premiership. Glenavon, on the other hand, are languishing in 10th place with 11 points from 13 games. Linfield earn 3-0 win away to 10-man Institute.

He added: “I don’t mind a late start personally, playing away from home on Saturday. I think we are going to be televised by the BBC over the next few weeks.

“We’ve had the discussion with the people who make the decisions. There needs to be little bit of leeway for teams that have to travel long distances. There is no point in trying to get to places like Coleraine, Glenavon or Portadown on a Friday night because people are still at their jobs and must get out of work early.

“It’s difficult. There has to be a little bit of thought that goes into those  fixtures.”

Warrenpoint Town boss Gray said: “I don’t recall Warrenpoint ever beating Linfield in the Premier League, so the task in hand is to try to change that statistic.

“Our players love to play against the best teams, so we plan to give if our best shot. It comes at the right time following our disappointing performance at Ballymena United last weekend.”

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