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I’d take his interview with a bit of salt,he’s still bitter.If that was anyone else from Donegal and a former team mate of the present squad,they’d have backed Donegal to win and whole heartly wish them the best of luck to win,not play up to the media and give an interview to placate the tv. As they say in his native Gaoth Dobhair,’Amadán”
He has no pride in his county and even less pride in his club, McGuinness got this call correct and the proof is in the shop window come sunday,when the whole county will be fully behind our boys in the hope of reaching the big one in Sept.
How sad, kc was a great servant to Donegal and for someone to say he was bitter and had no pride in his County after all he done .
Kevin Cassidy played for Donegal when it wasn’t fashionable, the crowd’s were small and the bandwagon wasn’t rolling. It’s an amateur sport and Monday mornings don’t stop coming.
How sad for you to say that about KC after the years of service he gave to Donegal.
feel sorry for cassidy…he played for donegal and played well for donegal through barren years when the only time they got mentioned in the press was for drinking…he served his county well..
yous say kevin cassidy has no pride for his country if he had no pride why the hell would you play for several years if you did not have pride the team lost a good fella there!!!
Don!! if anyone around here is the “Amadán” its most certainly you!!!! If Jim mc Guinness got this call “Correct”.. why was it KC was asked back to the squad!! Nothing bitter about been in Boston for the summer having a great time and enjoying it with your family.