THE Donegal County Board meet tonight to begin the process of selecting a successor to Jim McGuinness.
JIM McGuinness has stepped down as Donegal manager, the Donegal county board confirmed.
A DEPUTATION from the Donegal referees is to meet with high-ranking Donegal County Board officials on Thursday night to thrash out some issues that have raised their head among the men in black of late.
Sunday was just one of those horrible days on a football pitch when nothing went right and the wee breaks went against us…
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The inter-county futures of a few Donegal players will now be in question, but a number are expected to hold off until Jim McGuinness’s stay-or-go decision is known.
THE Donegal County Board will give Jim McGuinness ‘two to three weeks’ before meeting with the Glenties man to talk things over and gauge whether or not he wants to extend his tenure as the Donegal manager into a fifth year.
JIM McGuinness says he will take some time to reflect on yesterday’s All-Ireland final defeat by Kerry before deciding whether or not to continue as Donegal manager.
THE dreams of Donegal lay upon the hallowed sod as Kerry won Sam Maguire for the 37th time.
The Donegal senior and minor teams are chasing All-Ireland glory at Croke Park…