Danny Duggan believes the future is bright for Keadue Rovers, as they aim to get back to the top table again.
Keadue might have lost 4-1 to Convoy Arsenal at Orchard Park in the Ulster Junior Cup on Sunday, but Duggan is keeping positive as he hopes to lead one of Donegal’s most famous clubs back into the top flight.
“We competed well, but we’re back to our early season problems, giving away bad goals,” Duggan noted.
“I’m happy enough with the effort, but we have to stop giving away bad goals.
“We’re finding our feet. We’re getting stronger. On our day, we can beat anyone. We’ve a very young squad and the underage structure in the club is going well.”
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