MILFORD ARE on the hunt for a new manager after the club confirmed the departure of Danny O’Donnell from the hot seat.
O’Donnell spent four years at the helm in Moyle Park, but has decided to move on.
Under his watch, Milford won the 2017 Intermediate Championship and spent three years in Division One of the All-County League after winning promotion in 2016 – the club’s first visit to the top tier.
Now, though, the club are on the hunt for a new boss.
“On behalf of the executive, players and members on CLG Baile na nGalloglach we would like to take this opportunity to thank Danny O Donnell for his commitment, dedication and all that he has done for our club during his very successful four year reign as senior team manager,” the club said in a statement.
“Over the past four years the club has had unprecedented success, winning the Division Two League Title, the Intermediate Championship and qualifying for the quarter-final of the Donegal Senior Football Championship. We wish Danny all the best for the future.
“The club will now be seeking to fill the position of senior team manager as the team prepare for the 2020 season.”Tags: