A DELEGATION from Croke Park met with Donegal GAA officials after Tuesday’s June monthly meeting to give feedback from their recent review into Gaelic Games in the county.
It follows on from visit from a committee, that included GAA Director General Tom Ryan and Ulster Council president Ciaran McLaughlin, back in April calling for the preview.
It came on the back of issues within the county and unrest with the appointment process ahead of Paddy Carr becoming the senior football manager and Karl Lacey’s decision to step down as head of the academy.
It’s understood one of the recommendations is it appoint a Head of Operations to oversee all aspect of GAA business in the county.
The full report will be released to the clubs later on Wednesday.