Donegal captain Michael Murphy says he’ll play where he’s needed while Glenswilly colleague Neil Gallagher admits the lure of the big stage was too strong
DONEGAL came good for a second half surge that took them to a win over Derry at MacCumhaill Park on Saturday night.
Donegal manager Rory Gallagher says Donegal’s ‘seasoned campaigners’ will line out against Derry
EOIN McHugh will miss Saturday’s National Football League opener against Derry due to a virus.
Chris McNulty hears from the Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher
MICHAEL Murphy says Donegal must ‘hit the ground running’ once the National Football League gets underway at the end of the month.
THE McKenna Cup is all about blooding new players and seeing what players are capable of moving on into the National League panel.
RORY Gallagher’s first game in charge of Donegal ended in an eleven-point defeat to Derry, but you didn’t get the feeling that the Fermanagh native will have too many sleepless nights over this one.
THE Rory Gallagher era got underway with an eleven-point McKenna Cup defeat to Derry at Owenbeg, but it was very much an experimental side sent to the trenches by the new manager.
RORY Gallagher’s tenure as Donegal manager will begin at Celtic Park for a Dr McKenna Cup clash against Derry on Sunday, January 4th.