Donegal Chairman has fingers crossed that McGuinness will stay on

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Donegal chairman says he is keeping his fingers crossed that Jim McGuinness will continue as manager for another year.
The Glenties man has not yet confirmed if he is in a position to commit to a fourth year in charge of the Tir Chonaill men.
But Donegal Chairman Sean Dunnion is hoping he will remain at the helm.
“We’d be naturally keen to hold onto Jim, his assistant Rory Gallagher, the backroom team and all the players,” the chairman said in the Irish News.
He added : “At the moment, though, we’d like to give them space for a few weeks.”

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