A look back at Jim McGuinness’s reign as Donegal manager
ALTHOUGH Rory Gallagher is now quoted as the odds-on 1/5 favourite to succeed Jim McGuinness and become the next Donegal manager, no-one has yet to officially declare an interest in the vacancy.
BY CHRIS MCNULTY NEIL Gallagher has said that he will make himself available to play for Donegal next season. The towering midfielder’s confirmation comes just a couple of days after Jim McGuinness stepped down as the Donegal manager. Advertisement Gallagher (31) is enjoying the form of his career and the Glenswilly man isn’t planning to […]
By Chris McNulty A FIVE-PERSON committee will oversee the appointment of a successor to departed Donegal football manager Jim McGuinness. Last night at the monthly meeting of the Donegal county committee, the process of appointing a new manager was outlined to delegates. Advertisement County Chairman Sean Dunnion, secretary Aodh Mairtín Ó Fearraigh and treasurer Cieran […]
JIM McGuinness’s tenure as the Donegal senior football team manager amounted to sixty-six games between McKenna Cup, National League and Championship, but what defined the Glenties man’s reign were the 24 championship games under his watch.
Chris McNulty hears from Donegal defender Eamon McGee following Jim McGuinness’s departure as Donegal manager
THE leading candidates to succeed Jim McGuinness as Donegal manager are all keeping their intentions closely-guarded.
THE Donegal County Board meet tonight to begin the process of selecting a successor to Jim McGuinness.
JIM McGuinness has stepped down as Donegal manager, the Donegal county board confirmed.
Sunday was just one of those horrible days on a football pitch when nothing went right and the wee breaks went against us…