It was always going to be tough for me to make it to the big match against St Patrick’s Athletic this season.
The Irishman was out of contract at the end of the season, leaving us without a major player.
But with the appointment of Robbie Keane as the new head coach, I had a lot of confidence in my squad.
I felt that I had done enough to earn a place in the squad.
The game against St Patricks Athletic was a game that I was very proud of, and I was really pleased to score my first goal for the team.
The win against St. Patrick’s gave us the momentum to win the league, and the season.
With the defeat to St. Andrew’s at the weekend, we have now been relegated for the first time in 20 years.
We’ve had some tough times over the past two years, with relegation and relegation, the game has always been in our favour.
We need to get back to winning ways in the Championship and hopefully this game gives us a boost.
As the season progresses, we’ll need to keep the momentum going in the coming weeks.
The Championship is an important division for us and we’ll be pushing for a spot in the top four, but we’ll also need to do a lot to get there, with the teams around us getting better every week.
We’re looking forward to this game, and hopefully we can put in some good performances and get the three points.
It’s a tough season for us, but it’s been one of the best of my career so far.
We will do everything we can to give the fans a fantastic experience in this game and I’m sure they will enjoy watching the game too.
There is no better way to end the season than with a win against a great team like St Patrick.
We will be playing for the Champions League and hopefully to get a spot there we will have to play well against them.
Hopefully we can get a result against them and hopefully they can get the same result as us.