He’s back, Jim McGuinness will manage the Donegal football team for the 2024 Championship season. Who saw this coming the legendary Gaelic football manager that won the All-Ireland with the county from the north west of the country in 2012.
Some people didn’t like his style of football, but the man knows how to win and Donegal supporters will only be delighted to the 51 year old coming back for a second stint.
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Confirmed: 3 year agreement with option for a 4th
In any sport, you want your biggest names involved-that’s Jim McGuinness! I was there the day Armagh annihilated Donegal in 2010. Jim came in, Won Ulster in 2011, Sam Maguire in 2012. A stunning turn around. Great to see him back pic.twitter.com/ID8UuRymW5
— Thomas Niblock (@thomasniblock) August 21, 2023
Breaking – Jim's Back.
Jim McGuinness appointed Donegal Senior Manager at this evening's Special County Committee Meeting pic.twitter.com/URz5NzLXx1
— Highland Radio News (@HighlandNews) August 21, 2023
Can Donegal win the Sam Maguire next year? Don’t rule them out, Jim McGuinness will only love to have a crack at proving the doubters wrong. Could Michael Murphy be tempted to make a comeback..?
2024 is going to be very interesting next season..