ST Michael’s manager Michael Kelly says former Donegal stars Colm McFadden and Christy Toye will be integral to his team’s plans this season.
Christy Toye, who recenttly retired as an Inter County footballer, was a very skilful player and he’s kind of a cult hero for Donegal supporters.
It’s been a sad week for GAA supporters in Donegal with the news that Christy Toye, Rory Kavanagh, and David Walsh have all decided to retire.
Details of their departures were confirmed by team manager Rory Gallagher during a press briefing in Ballybofey this afternoon.
Cormac Costello and Jack McCaffrey hit the goals as Dublin defeated Donegal at Croke Park
Chris McNulty speaks with the Donegal captain Michael Murphy
DONEGAL came good for a second half surge that took them to a win over Derry at MacCumhaill Park on Saturday night.
Chris McNulty hears from the Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher
Christy Toye hails the influence of Rory Kavanagh, who has retired from inter-county football…
DONEGAL 2-16 QUEEN’S 1-08 BY CHRIS MCNULTY AT SEAN MACCUMHAILL PARK DONEGAL coasted past Queen’s for the first win of the Rory Gallagher era. Advertisement In what was Gallagher’s first home game as the county’s manager, Donegal had a useful 70 minutes in difficult conditions, but spurred on by Odhrán MacNiallais, Christy Toye and Martin […]