DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness is keeping his powder dry ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Championship meeting with Derry at Celtic Park (throw-in, 2pm).
RORY Kavanagh might be missing Sunday’s encounter with Derry, but the Donegal midfielder has had to keep the pedal firmly floored since being sent off in last month’s Division 2 final defeat against Monaghan.
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ON the one hand, Michael Murphy would just love to park the 2013 inter-county season somewhere in the back of his mind; on the other, the lingering thoughts from the dust of last year are fuelling his desire to take Donegal back to the top again.
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Neil Gallagher remains Donegal’s biggest injury doubt ahead of Sunday’s Ulster SFC clash with Derry
They haven’t managed to win Ulster since 2010 – the last time they beat Down in Ulster – but Tyrone haven’t gone away, you know.
NEIL Gallagher is expected to make a return to training with the Donegal squad this weekend, but the veteran midfielder remains a doubt for Sunday-week’s Ulster Championship clash with Derry at Celtic Park.
Donegal manager Jim McGuinness has expressed concerns about the black card system ahead of the Championship