FINN Harps’ players from outside Donegal who had been living in the county have all returned home during the Covid-19 shutdown.
The League of Ireland came to a halt a few weeks ago and it will be June 19, at the earliest, before the 2020 season will resume.
Already, the FAI has cut a round off the fixtures, reducing the season from 36 games to 27.
Harps players Kosovar Sadiki, Alexander Kogler, Mark Russell, Karl O’Sullivan, Leo Donnellan and Cameron Saul have all gone home.
Strength and conditioning coach Pierce Lafferty and dietician Nina Singaroyan continue to work remotely with the players.
“They have given them individual programmes and we sent the lads home who weren’t local,” Horgan told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“We let the six lads go home. We let them go back to their families and let them be with them during this time.
“Football goes out the window at times like this. The importance of it fades into the distance at times like this.”
On the possible June resumption, Horgan said: “Please God it’ll happen. That’s a long way off and it’s totally out of everyone’s control.
“All we can do is plan around the date and hope, for everyone’s sake, that we get up and running.”