LIAM O’Donnell is a well-respected figure in Donegal soccer circles, and has been a player, coach, manager, and administrator in the county.
Raised on Cruit Island, Liam was aware of the sporting pedigree in his family from a young age.
Sport was the main subject of conversation for Liam’s father and uncles, so it was no surprise that he took an interest.
“It was really in the DNA,” said Liam.
“They would have seen it as a privilege to be asked to play for Keadue.”
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