Published Tuesday, 29 October 2013
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Goals from Matthew Tipton, Michael Carvill and Andrew Waterworth and an own goal by Reds skipper George McMullan ensured the Blues' victory on Tuesday night.
McMullan scored at both ends as he grabbed a consolation goal in injury time for the Reds.
Breslin explained: "We made a number of changes tonight but we have a squad and, when you haven't been playing well, then it is important that you give other players a chance.
"I wasn't happy with the performance on Saturday and I haven't been happy with performances this season so I felt that I needed to freshen things up. It is easy to manage a squad when you are winning because the same players will be selected but, when things are not going so well, you have to give others a game.
"There was some schoolboy defending from us tonight and we were punished for it. But I will take the positives out of it. There is no doubt that we have not reached the heights of last season and players have not been performing to their potential.
"I am confident in the group of players that we have here and it is amongst the best in the league. Things will turn for us but it has to happen quickly."
Linfield manager David Jeffrey said he felt Cliftonville had "overly weakened their team tonight".
The Blues boss praised his players after the game.
"It is pleasing to reach the final of this competition again, particularly after the disappointment of last year's final when we lost on penalties to Ballymena. The players are very hungry for success and this is all part of the education for the new players that we have brought in," he said.
Linfield will face the winners of Wednesday's semi-final between Crusaders and holders Ballymena United.
Co Antrim Shield semi-final:
Linfield 4 - 1 Cliftonville
Linfield: McMullan (og 30), Tipton (39), Carvill (67), Waterworth (87)
Cliftonville: McMullan (90)
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