ANTOIN McFadden is part of the Donegal Under 20 management team along with his brother Colm.
Leo McLoone has replaced Gary Duffy as manager this season and Eamon McGee and Owenie McGarvey are back on board as selectors.
Naomh Conaill’s Paudie Brennan is the goalkeeping coach, while Colm McFadden is on board too.
One that was kept well under wraps is that Colm’s brother Antoin is also involved, and he was present in Owenbeg last Saturday for the season opener against Derry. Donegal lost that game by 1-14 to 0-12.
The St Michael’s clubman brings a huge amount of expertise and has previously worked with the Donegal senior team as well as AFL sides in Australia.
McLoone played with McFadden at Under 21 and senior level, and is pleased to have him on his ticket.
“Antoin is our Strength and Conditioning Performance coach. He’s a brilliant man to have on board.
“We are very happy to have him. He has been in the AFL for a few years and different places.
“I have a personal relationship with him as well from playing football with him so that makes life easier too and I’m very happy with the lads we have on board.”
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