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Kenny Shiels

Kenny Shiels

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Kenny Shiels

Derry City boss Kenny Shiels wants his side to stamp their class on tonight's FAI Cup replay away to Drogheda United.

Derry had to come from behind to earn a 1-1 draw in the first game last Friday but the City chief wants no slip-ups in the replay at United Park.

"We need to get into a winning position, then we will be able to control the tempo of the game more and play with more of the composure that we lacked in the last two home games," he says.

"An early goal would help but we will have a tough game no matter what happens, we will go there to entertain and to win, those are the two objectives."

Also tonight, Athlone Town are away to Letterkenny Rovers in their replay.