Aidan O’Rourke has stepped down as Donegal supervisor.
It follows Donegal’s exit from the All-Eire championship at MacCumhaill PArk yesterday.
O’Rourke was put in as interim supervisor following the departure of Paddy Carr in March final.
Regardless of beating Monaghan to make the preliminary quarter finals in opposition to Tyrone, Donegal had been simply crushed by the Purple Hand county.
O’Rourke has now stated he wouldn’t be persevering with within the place.
“Hear, midway by way of the season we had been requested to tackle a job to attempt to assist the gamers,” he stated.
“We’ve finished what was requested of us and we’ve finished it to one of the best of our capacity and we’re blissful at hand it again now for Donegal to discover a Donegal resolution.
“There’s an excellent group of lads there. They’re pushed they usually wish to progress and also you couldn’t have requested for any extra from them on the pitch.
“That side of issues is the bit I really like about it. When you’re on the pitch with the gamers and everybody’s targeted, that actually was fulfilling.
“There’s a whole lot of high quality there, a whole lot of rising high quality too that wants moulding.”
GAA: O’Rourke steps down as Donegal supervisor was final modified: June twenty fifth, 2023 by