DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness could end up double-jobbing next year, it is reported today.
McGuinness, 39, is being lined up for a PART-TIME role with Celtic’s youth academy, where he would use his sports psychology background to develop players, says the Irish Sun.
And a part-time position could allow the All-Ireland-winning boss to stay on with Donegal too, says the paper.
The Glenties man was at Parkhead last night to see Celtic’s famous 2-1 win over Barcelona.
Recently Jim said: “If a professional football team or any professional sporting organisation come in and say they’re interested in working with you or interested in talking to you…
“I’m a young man. I have three kids, a young family, so it’s obviously something you’d have to consider.
“My background is in sports science and in psychology, and that’s transferable to any sport.”