BY CHRIS MCNULTY
66 – Jim McGuinness’s reign as Donegal manager lasted 66 games
83.3 – Donegal won 20 of the 24 Championship games in the McGuinness years, a strike rate of some 83.3 per cent
59 – Just how McGuinness viewed the importance of the Championship in comparison to the other competitions can be seen by the fact that Donegal won 39 of their 66 games over the whole of his tenure, a success rate of 59 per cent
230 – Having scored 13-191 (230 points) over the last four campaigns, Michael Murphy was Donegal’s top scorer in that period
222 – Colm McFadden isn’t far off in the scoring table under McGuinness, with the St Michael’s man contributing an impressive 17-171 (222 points) to his tenure
1 – Michael Murphy played in 49 National League and Senior Championship games for McGuinness. Only once – the 2011 All-Ireland semi-final against Dublin – was the Glenswilly man held scoreless
3,710 – Paul Durcan played more football under Jim McGuinness than any other player. Peter Boyle was in goal for McGuinness’s first League game, against Sligo, in February, 2011, but Durcan played every minute of each subsequent League and Championship game – 53 matches and a total of 3,710 minutes
44 – Over the course of his 54 League and Championship games, Jim McGuinness used a total of 44 players, with the appearances of Stephen McLaughlin, Hugh McFadden, Gary McFadden, Matthew Smyth and Eoin Waide limited to roles as subs in those matches
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