Dundalk boss hails Fenn
DUNDALK manager Ian Foster was delighted with the form of striker Neale Fenn after he put Shamrock Rovers to the sword in their 2-0 win in Tallaght yesterday -- and he also feels that he has found a gem in former Rangers man Tom Miller, writes Aidan Fitzmaurice.
"Neale is a great pro. You can lend him the ball and he'll look after it. He has a trick in him and fortunately for him he has a goal in him too. He has already doubled his tally for last season," joked Foster after Dundalk's first league win over Rovers in 12 years.
"When I brought him in, I told him that centre forwards are there to score goals, that's their responsibility, that's why they earn so much money," added Foster, who also enthused about midfielder Miller. "Tom Miller was exceptional, I thought he was the best player on the pitch by a million miles," he said.