Kevin Cassidy

Kevin Cassidy: Donegal feeling McGuinness aftershock

TROUBLE AHEAD...Kevin Cassidy believes that donegal are at the bottom of the transition ladder

TROUBLE AHEAD…Kevin Cassidy believes that donegal are at the bottom of the transition ladder



GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy believes that Donegal are starting to see the negative impact of Jim McGuinness’s time in charge of the Tir Chonaill county.

Writing in this week’s Gaelic Life, the Gaoth Dobhair man predicts plenty of bleaks days ahead for side.

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Cassidy also believes that the players have become so programmed that they are no longer able to deal with the changing landscape of the game.

“After watching last Sunday’s League opener between Donegal and Kerry, I quickly realised that the robotic nature of our player development and coaching under Jim McGuinness has started to hurt our development at this level – and might do for some time to come.”

The full column is in this week’s edition, in shops now or available here.

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