Football: Armstrong in the money.
The 23-year-old Oval striker is in the money as Bass personality of the semi-finals for his late, late winner against Linfield.
But Sean would sacrifice all the cash for a guarantee of wearing a Glentoran jersey on May 6.
"My goal is history," said the nephew of Northern Ireland's World Cup legend, Gerry Armstrong. "We have a 20-man squad and nobody can be certain of making the final 14.
"All I've won so far is a new suit. The whole squad are being kitted out for the big day at Windsor Park."
Armstrong deserves a cup break considering his last potential glory day went pear-shaped.
Four years ago, he had battled to the first round proper with little Donegal Celtic.
But a tie against the Royal Ulster Constabulary fell victim to the political climate and never happened.
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Apr 23, 2000|
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