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Paddy McLaughlin has vowed that Cliftonville won’t “just let the season die out” before the Play-Offs come around and is determined to take the push for automatic European qualification all the way.

The Reds’ post-split commitments in the Danske Bank Premiership continue with a home game against Larne this evening and the Manager expects a typically

“I don’t worry about the top six in terms of the players being on their game because they know that they have to be and they continually turn up, produce and perform,” says McLaughlin.

“We’ve dropped points against the bottom six and that’s cost us over the course of the season, but I’d no worries about us performing to a high level when the split came because the bigger games seem to bring out our best performances and hopefully that continues right until the end of the season.

“Larne are the Champions-elect and they’re obviously closing in on the title but it’s not like the game doesn’t mean anything to us, I think the players have shown that they’ve been willing to fight for what they’ve got over the last couple of weeks.

“Against Coleraine on Friday night, the team played some brilliant stuff, created loads of chances and kept going to make sure they got at least a point out of it.

“It keeps us in contention for that automatic European place and it’s important we focus on that and don’t just let the season die out while we wait for the Play-Offs, there’s so much for play for and still a great opportunity to get automatic qualification.”

Cliftonville v Larne
Tuesday, April 11
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