BY CHRIS MCNULTY DONEGAL full-back Neil McGee’s excellent season has been recognised with the Gaoth Dobhair man making the short list for the 2014 Footballer of the Year. McGee is one of NINE Donegal players to have been nominated for All-Star awards. Advertisement McGee kept a lid on the country’s top attackers during 2014. In […]
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 […]
“When you’ve been fighting for it all your life You’ve been struggling to make things right That’s how a superhero learns to fly Every day, every hour Turn the pain into power All the hurt, all the lies All the tears that they cry When the moment is just right You see fire in their […]
The inter-county futures of a few Donegal players will now be in question, but a number are expected to hold off until Jim McGuinness’s stay-or-go decision is known.
Chris McNulty on the Donegal manager, Jim McGuinness…
Donegal midfielder Neil Gallagher has been named as the Ulster GAA Writers Player of the Month for August
BY CHRIS MCNULTY firstname.lastname@example.org “THAT decision has brought us to an All-Ireland final,” says Jim McGuinness as he muses about his journey back to the All-Ireland final with Donegal for the second time in three seasons. He’s on the first floor of the Sean MacCumhaill GAA Centre in Ballybofey, through the window behind him Donegal’s […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY email@example.com “It’s not because the world has forgotten; it’s because this once unlikely dream has become that most extraordinary of things: It has become real,” – Barack Obama IN the fourteenth minute of Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final between Donegal and Dublin, the Dublin based company Huggity snapped hundreds of images, taking in every […]
Chris McNulty: Remember, this is a day, a game and an opposition that has been on Donegal’s radar for some time now.
Donegal, thanks to late points by Michael Murphy and Patrick McBrearty, defeated Armagh in the All-Ireland quarter-final