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Karl Lacey To Return To Donegal Panel For 2018 In Coaching Capacity

Donegal are gearing up for the 2018 with new management after Rory Gallagher moved back to his native Fermanagh. The 2012 All-Ireland champions have appointed Declan Bonner as manager for his second stint in charge, but he is yet to announce his backroom team. According to a report in Donegal Sport Hub, Karl Lacey is set to return to the set-up. …

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Former Donegal GAA Player Of The Year Retires

Former GAA Player of the Year Karl Lacey has announced his retirement from inter-county football. The Four Roads club man is one of the most decorated players in Donegal’s history having lined out for his county 148 times, winning one NFL Division 2 title, one NFL Division title, three Ulster titles, and one All-Ireland title with the O’Donnell County. The accolades don’t stop there, …

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Donegal’s Karl Lacey Wants To Face Dublin This Year

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Donegal star Karl Lacey has said that winning the league this year was not a priority and that retaining Division 1 status was the main goal. The All- Star winner said that whilst they were happy to have made it to the semi-final of the competition this year, championship is the ultimate goal. Speaking to Highland Radio at the launch …

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More Than Brawn: Previewing Armagh v Donegal

Ahead of the Ulster quarterfinal between Armagh and Donegal this Sunday, more is being made of the physical and psychological battles that lie in store rather than the actual football itself. Coming off the back of a feisty affair between Tyrone and Donegal four weeks ago, many are predicting more off-the-ball antics, more sledging and more cynicism. But that is to …

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All Ireland Football Semi-Final Preview – Dublin V Donegal

The second All Ireland Football Semi-Final is down for decider with Donegal looking to upset the odds by beating red-hot favourites Dublin. Enda Walsh is here with an in-depth look ahead. Jim McGuinness will have his Donegal side ready for this titanic battle with Dublin. Before throw in, he will motivate his players, gather them in a huddle, restate the …

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Top 5 Players From The Weekend’s GAA Action

The Championship is now in full swing, and this weekend featured Ulster Football and Munster Hurling, along with Leinster Qualifying games and Connaught football. John Ivory ranks the top performers from the weekend. Tied 5th Patrick Horgan – Cork Horgan is for Cork what Pauric O’Mahony is for Waterford. He had unnerving accuracy from placed balls and kept the Rebels …

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