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Northern Ireland women face Belarus at Seaview on Friday night in a crunch Euro qualifier.
Victory for Kenny Shiels' side in that one and against the Faroe Islands on Tuesday would book a play-off place.
The finals are being staged in England in 2022.
Linfield Ladies defender Ashley Hutton is calling for her NI teammates to make history and get to a major tournament for the first time:
🎥 2 home wins would see Northern Ireland clinch a 1st Euro play-off place. Tuesday v the Faroe Islands, but the crunch match is tomorrow's clash with Belarus. 106-time capped star Ashley Hutton says the NI women can make history:@ElecIrelandNI #GAWA pic.twitter.com/TVljuleOiw— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 26, 2020
The manager's son has also been speaking about the big game:
🎥 Northern Ireland host Belarus on Friday in a crucial Euro qualifier. A key figure in Kenny Shiels' coaching team is his son, Dean. The ex-pro prefers working with women: “They take info on board quicker than men, they're smart!”#GameChangersNI #GAWA pic.twitter.com/zsuSZyPwCU— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 26, 2020
Tributes continue to pour in locally and across the globe for iconic footballer Diego Maradona.
The Argentinian superstar passed away on Wednesday aged 60, 15 years to the day after the death of our own all-time great George Best.
Former Glentoran and Sligo goalkeeper Alan Paterson played against Maradona when a League of Ireland team took on Argentina in 1980.
Alan was a top keeper but says he could only look on and admire the match winner:
Tributes are pouring in for Diego Maradona, including this poignant message from the Northern Ireland international set-up:— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 25, 2020
💚 November 25 will forever be a date to remember two icons of the game. 15 years ago we lost George Best and today another genius, Maradona #RIPDiego pic.twitter.com/dPdYuC5WYV