Donegal backs add layers to their play

July 19, 2013

Defender McGlynn’s eye for a score typical of the evolution of the revolution
ALTHOUGH the Jim McGuinness blueprint was initially based on funnelling players back from his forward division to muck in with defensive duties, the evolution of the revolution last year saw Donegal’s half-back line become one of its most potent attacking forces. The blanket defence of 2011, which reached its nadir in the All-Ireland semi-final against Dublin, was replaced Full article on

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