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Let 3,000 fans into Windsor to watch the Irish Cup final, appeals Cliftonville chairman Boyce

 

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Former Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce

Former Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce

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Former Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce

Former Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce has called on the Irish FA to convince the NI Executive that 3,000 fans can attend the Irish Cup final.

Backroom staff and club officials will join the players at Windsor Park for the semi-finals on Monday, July 27 but no spectators will be able to watch Ballymena United face Coleraine and Glentoran take on Cliftonville.

The Executive have agreed that the matches can go ahead but the green light has yet to be given for spectators to attend the decider at Windsor Park on Friday, July 31.