JIM McGuinness. One man’s messiah, another man’s Satan. A tactical genius, and the man who damaged the game beyond repair. Marmite. Take your pick. The origins would slip your mind, the man with the laptop and a Powerpoint presentation in a room with no socket. Maybe it was quite Jim McGuinness of him to get up […]
THE club championship swung into action here last weekend with most games going as we thought they would. The big four, if you want to call them that, of St Eunan’s, Gaoth Dobhair, Glenties and Kilcar all won with Kilcar struggling a little bit early on but they got the job done in the end. […]
By Shaun Casey THIS weekend, Donegal and Monaghan renew a rivalry that started ten years ago when they emerged as the two best teams in the province, following over a decade of dominance from Armagh and Tyrone. During a four-year span, the two counties clashed on five occasions with both teams winning two along with […]
By Pauric Grimes WE’RE approaching the business end of the club championship season, and without kicking men while they’re down, there will be some of the boys who togged out over the last week or two for their final time. It’s not all doom and gloom though. In fact, as any of the men on […]
By Frank Craig NEIL McGee has decided to bring the curtain down on his glittering Donegal career. Just weeks shy of his 37th birthday, the Gaoth Dobhair powerhouse bows out with a record 195 appearances under his belt. But it will be his undeniable contribution to a golden period in Donegal’s history, where five Ulster […]
By Shaun Casey GAOTH DOBHAIR will be without their main scoring threat in Eamon Collum along with a host of other household names when they travel to Glenfin on Saturday evening. Collum, who scored 2-3 in their win over Ardara last weekend, shipped off to Dubai for a new teaching job this week while a number […]
Neil McGee explains why many county players still believe that Dublin can be stopped
The Donegal manager has received positive news from one of his players.
NEIL McGee has been named in the Donegal defence for Sunday’s Ulster final against Tyrone after he served his suspension.
DONEGAL defender Neil McGee has failed in his bid to have his suspension overturned.