MALIN manager Liam Bradley believes his side can improve on their poor start to the season.
Bradley’s team lost 1-11 to 1-7 against St Eunan’s on Monday and remain bottom of the All-County Football League Division One.
There were certainly positives in their display in Letterkenny and with Glenswilly and Gaoth Dobhair to come when the RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltactha SFC resumes, Malin have plenty to play for.
The Glenullin, Co Derry, clubman (pictured above) believes the standard of football on the domestic scene in Donegal is of a good standard.
“In a 10-minute spell in the second half St Eunan’s hit us for six points,” he said. “It’s all about progressing for the championship. We’re working hard and we will continue to work hard. They’re an honest bunch.
“It’s a tough, tough league. For me, Donegal club football is on a par if not better than Derry.”
Listen to Bradley’s interview with Charlie Collins in full …