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Rory Gallagher quits as Donegal manager - Irish Times

It was always going to be a hard act to follow and Rory Gallagher has stepped down as manager of the Donegal football team, three largely disappointing years after succeeding their All-Ireland winning manager Jim McGuinness. After Donegal's heavy ...and more »

Rory Gallagher resigns as Donegal manager -

Donegal have confirmed that Rory Gallagher has tendered his resignation with a year remaining in his term as manager. The Fermanagh native succeeded All-Ireland winning manager Jim McGuinness two years ago, but speculation had mounted regarding his ...and more »

Rory Gallagher steps down as Donegal manager - Irish Times

Donegal have announced that their senior football manager Rory Gallagher has stepped down from his role. The Fermanagh native completed his third season at the helm earlier this month, as his team were knocked out of the qualifiers by Galway; by a ...and more »

The Search Is On For Rory Gallaghers Successor - TodayFM

So Rory Gallagher has stepped down as Donegal Senior Football manager after nearly three years in charge. The Fermanagh native's last game in the bainisteoirs bib was Donegal's 15 point championship qualifier defeat to Galway. The senior squad is ...and more »

Devenney: Declan Bonner the only man for the job - Donegal Democrat

Declan Bonner has emerged as the front-runner for the vacant Donegal senior manager's job following the shock resignation of Rory Gallagher on Monday night. Bonner, the outgoing Donegal U-21 manager, has received a ringing endorsement from former star ...and more »

Donegal GAA thank Rory for his 'massive contribution' - Donegal News

DONEGAL GAA have paid tribute to Rory Gallagher after he resigned as senior team manager yesterday. Gallagher first got involved as Jim McGuinness' assistant manager in 2011, before stepping away for a season in 2014. Advertisement. He then returned as ...and more »

Twitter reacts as Rory Gallagher quits Donegal post - Donegal News

DONEGAL GAA are on the lookout for a new senior football team manager after Rory Gallagher stepped down as manager tonight. Gallagher is believed to have informed the players of his resignation earlier today. Advertisement. The Fermanagh native managed ...and more »

Brian McEniff: Social media abuse played a part in Rory Gallagher walking away from Donegal job - the Irish News

BRIAN McEniff believes social media abuse levelled at Rory Gallagher played a part in him stepping down as Donegal senior football manager last night. Former Donegal and Ulster boss McEniff was still surprised Gallagher left the post after three ...and more »

Donegal GAA thank Rory Gallagher for his contribution to Donegal football - Highland Radio

The Fermanagh native stepped down as Donegal Manager last night following a championship which ended in heavy defeats to Galway and Tyrone. In a statement, the Donegal County Committee placed on record their thanks and appreciation for his contribution ...and more »

Brendan Devenney on Rory Gallagher's decision to stand down as Donegal Manager - Highland Radio

The Donegal County Board are expected to release an official statement later on Rory Gallagher's departure as Donegal manager. The Fermanagh man resigned from his post last night informing the players and county board before the August county committee ...and more »