The 2012 Footballer of Year is part of the Donegal management team
Donegal’s most decorated player Karl Lacey has announced his retirement from Intercounty football.
The winner of four All-Stars, Lacey was Footballer of the Year in 2012 when he played an integral part in helping Donegal bring Sam back to the hills.
Donegal manager Rory Gallagher has named his starting fifteen to face Fermanagh on Sunday in MacCumhaill Park.
THE curtain comes down on the 2016 National Football League season for Donegal with two big games over the next fortnight.
The Dr McKenna Cup gets back underway again this weekend and it is a very different tournament now than when I played in it.
When Jim McGuinness stepped down, Donegal had won three Ulster titles, the 2012 All-Ireland and contested the ‘14 final against Kerry.
DONEGAL manager Rory Gallagher has made two changes to the team which started against Galweay ahead of this weekend’s quarter-final meeting with Mayo at Croke Park.
EXPERIENCE and composure have been key components in Donegal’s path to a fifth successive Ulster final.
KARL Lacey believes that top-line GAA players are on a par with some of the world’s top athletes when it comes to preparation…