The decision to introduce Paraic Duffy’s ‘Super 8’ proposal has been heavily criticised on social media this week, and personally I don’t think it will be a good change for Donegal.
It has been a very disappointing week with a lot false reports emerging relating back to our Minor Championship match with Tyrone which took place in May.
SEAN Dunnion, the chairman of the Donegal county board, has said that his committee had to stand by their man when Patrick McBrearty chose not to attend a Croke Park hearing following allegations that the player had been bitten during a game against Dublin last year.
PARAIC Duffy, the GAA’s Director General, has levelled stern criticism at Donegal’s door over the handling of both the incident during a League game last April when Patrick McBrearty was bitten by a Dublin player and the county’s decision to defer the 2014 Donegal senior football championship until the county team’s season has ended.
THOUSANDS of Gaelic football fans in Donegal have been left ‘disillusioned’ at the GAA’s decision to stage Donegal’s All-Ireland football qualifier against Laois at the compact Pairc Sean MacDiarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon on Saturday…
GAA Director General Páraic Duffy has acknowledged that Patrick McBrearty was on the receiving end of a bite during last month’s League game against Dublin and said that the saga dubbed ‘bitegate’ has been ‘damaging’ for the Association.