Declan Devine felt his side’s never say die attitude meant he was a proud Derry man, following last night’s EA Sports Cup Final penalty shoot-out heartache against Dundalk. The Creggan man believed that his team showed all the characteristics of the Maiden City as they went toe to toe in his opinion against the best team in the country and were just a crossbar width away from ending the Lilywhites treble hopes.“I’m extremely proud because the players know that we want to fill this stadium and they know what it takes to fill this stadium and the players want to be a reflection of our people,” he insisted.“The Derry people have had it up the teeth for 50, 60, 70 years and they have had to fight for everything they have ever had and have had to take times when other parts of this country has looked down on them, but tonight everyone did us proud.“We have three from Top of the HIll, a couple from Creggan, we have Scots men out there, we have Junior (Ogedi-Uzokwe) from London, we have Gerardo (Bruna) from Gran Canaria, but I think our fans tonight should look at those players and say ‘you… Read full this story
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