THERE seems no stopping goal machine Liam Boyce in the Danske Bank Irish Premier League.
But can Cliftonville boss Tommy Breslin hold onto Boycey come the end of the season before an English team snaps him up?
At Solitude on Monday night, the Reds restored their six point lead over Crusaders at the top of the Danske Bank League.
And Cliftonville still have a game in hand over the Shore Road men.
But Cliftonville didn’t have all their own way at home.
Glens player Stevie Carson gatecrashed the party when he scored an early opener as the heavens opened at Solitude.
However, it took a while before Cliftonville found their footing and on 43 minutes levelled just before half time.
Whatever Reds boss Tommy Breslin said at half seemed to have spurred on his players.
After the break, it was that man McMuallan again who headed into the Glens net from a free kick to put his team 2-1 up.
And when Liam Boyce a great individual goal on 80 minutes the three points were certainly in the bag for the leage leaders.
However, super sub Tomas Cosgrove made it 4-1 during three minutes of added on injury time.
With a game in hand, Cliftonville still are the team chase down and beat if they are not to win the 2012/2013 Danske Bank League.