COLM McFadden will equal Brian Roper’s Donegal appearances record in Tralee on Sunday
JIM McGuinness hopes to see Donegal’s new training regime pay off this summer.
JIM McGuinness says that his Donegal squad remains ‘fully focussed’ on the May 25th Ulster Championship opener with Derry at Celtic Park and the Glenties man is ‘looking forward’ to meeting Brian McIver’s Division 1 finalists in three weeks’ time.
This is a week where the leaders and the strong personalities in the Donegal dressing room have to stand up and have to take a stranglehold.
MARK McHugh is one of four players confirmed to have dramatically quit the Donegal senior football panel.
MAY 25th was to the forefront of Derry manager Brian McIver’s thoughts as he assessed a potentially damaging fifteen-point defeat to Dublin in the Division 1 final.
IN ALL the time that Jim McGuinness has been the Donegal manager this is probably the most worrying time of all.
JIM McGuinness has expressed his disappointment that the ongoing issue with regard to club fixtures in Donegal has become a ‘national media story’.
RORY Kavanagh is set to miss Donegal’s Ulster Championship clash with Derry next month after a costly red card in yesterday’s Division 2 final.
THE most concerning aspect about this game was that it showed that last year’s Ulster final was no once-off.