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: Donegal can spring a surprise
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.
Frank McGlynn ready to clock a few more summer miles
Donegal defender Frank McGlynn looks ahead to another Championship campaign
Don’t stop believin’: It’s time to place our trust in Donegal team again
Ryan Ferry: Donegal know what it takes to get the business done in Ulster championship games
Donegal captain Michael Murphy: One-game at a time still the mantra for hurt Donegal
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.
Jim McGuinness: Negative press won’t break Donegal’s bond
Chris McNulty hears from the Donegal manager Jim McGuinnesss…
Neil Gallagher still the big concern, as Jim McGuinness gets set to unleash ‘new plans’ in Derry
Neil Gallagher remains Donegal’s biggest injury doubt ahead of Sunday’s Ulster SFC clash with Derry
Declan Bonner: Tyrone haven’t gone away, you know
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 still doubtful, but midfielder expected to train with Donegal this weekend
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: “The black card has created a fear in defenders”
Donegal manager Jim McGuinness has expressed concerns about the black card system ahead of the Championship