Date:Friday March 3 2006
David Healy says there are happier times in Northern Ireland now that sectarianism is on the decline.
Healy: 'Six years ago or so when I started playing, a lot of Northern Ireland supporters were singing the sectarian songs.
'But that's all changed and it's working really, really well.
'With the sectarianism kicked out there's a lot better atmosphere, all Northern Ireland songs are a lot friendlier and a lot more people are coming to the games now.'
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