By Shaun Casey FORMER Donegal forward Brendan Devenney says he doesn’t know where his county goes next in search of a new manager, following the shock resignation of Paddy Carr. After a long-drawn-out process at the end of last season, Carr eventually replaced Declan Bonner, who stepped down following their qualifier defeat to Armagh after […]
By Shaun Casey LIFE after Michael Murphy got off to a brilliant start for Donegal last Sunday, with Paddy McBrearty’s late score landing a huge one-point win over All-Ireland champions Kerry. Former Donegal forward Brendan Devenney believes that the main goal for the Tir Chonaill men is to retain their place in the top tier […]
IN the latest of the Our Games feature, we looked at the career of former Donegal attacking star Brendan Devenney. Teams played for (in order): Cuchullians (Derry City), Naomh Baithan (Donegal), St Eunan’s, Naomh Colmcille (Donegal), Sons of Erin (Northhampton), St Eunan’s, Donegal New York, Donegal, Ulster and Ireland. Current involvement: Media pundit and analyst. Which […]
By Michael McMullan FORMER Donegal ace Brendan Devenney feels Saturday’s showdown with Tyrone will be a ‘fascinating encounter’ with the result hinging on the availability of players. The St Eunan’s man expects Tyrone’s suspended quartet to be back in the selection mix and feels that Brian Dooher and Feargal Logan have a deeper squad at their […]
Brendan Devenney does a 24 hour fast every month.
With the throw-in for the Ulster Championship just over a week away, we ask former Donegal footballer Brendan Devenney what he thinks lies in wait over the coming weeks… What do you expect to happen in this year’s Ulster Championship? There are eight Ulster teams in the top two divisions and Antrim won Division […]