European journey ends for gallant Crues, but it's full steam ahead for Healy

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Wolves at Seaview. Pic. courtesy WWFC.

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Linfield are through to the third qualifying round of the Europa League.

An Andy Waterworth penalty gave them a 1-0 win against HB Torshavn at Windsor Park on Thursday night - 3-2 on aggregate.

Waterworth also struck twice in the away tie, making him the Blues' top scorer in Europe with six goals, now seven.

David Healy's men have banked £1m from their European exploits this summer and will next face Sutjeska in Montenegro on Tuesday.

The boss wants them to push on and achieve greater things...

The Blues fans are delighted...

Crusaders are out, after losing 4-1 to Wolves at Seaview - 6-1 over the two legs.

But supporters of the north Belfast club were proud of their team's efforts against Premier League opposition...

And there were memories to last a lifetime for these young Crues fans...










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