Former Donegal GAA boss Jim McGuinness and wife Yvonne are expecting their sixth child.
The All-Ireland winning manager and his solicitor wife recently relocated to Scotland with their other five children.
The Irish Daily Mail reports the new arrival will be the couple’s sixth child under the age of nine.
The couple already have five children including Toni Marie, Mark Anthony, Jimmy Jnr as well as twins Bonnie and Aoibh.
The couple’s latest addition is expected to arrive before Christmas.
Friends of the family say they are over the moon at the new addition.
Yvonne, a sister of Donegal GAA star Colm McFadden, only recently joined Jim in Scotland where he works with Celtic FC.
A friend said “Everyone is delighted for them, they are such a nice couple. But they’ll certainly have their hands full with six small children.
“But they are so organised and just take everything in their stride. It’s going to be a busy house and that’s for sure.
McGuinness is one of the biggest names in GAA in recent years.
He turned around a trouble Donegal team to capture the Sam Maguire by beating Mayo in 2012.
He left the team in 2014 to take up a position with Glasgow Celtic FC where he works as a sports psychologist and also coaches some of the club’s underage teams.
His fascinating life has led Irish film-maker Kirsten Sheridan to make a film on his life based around his autobiography, Until Victory Always.
The film, which will be produced by Fastnet Films, does not have a director or cast yet.Tags: