By Michael McMullan
DONEGAL will begin the process to appoint a new senior football manager in the “coming days” after Aidan O’Rourke’s decision to step down in the wake of their championship exit.
Former All-Ireland winner O’Rourke and Derry All-Star Paddy Bradley were part of Paddy Carr’s management team at the start of the year and stayed on board on an interim basis after Carr’s mid-season departure.
“CLG Dún na nGall would like to sincerely thank Aidan O’Rourke, Paddy Bradley and the entire backroom team, for their work with the senior Donegal team, over the last number of months.,” read a statement issued on the Donegal GAA website.
“We wish them every success in their future endeavours. In the coming days, Donegal GAA will move to seek expressions of interest, from those who may be interested in becoming the next Donegal Senior team manager.”