CATHAL Corey says it will be a case of ‘working smart’ at Bundoran.
Corey earned a draw from his first game as the Bundoran manager yesterday as a late Cian McEniff free sealed a share of the spoils at Glenswilly.
Without Donegal panelists Jamie Brennan and Paul Brennan for the All-County League and with an already-small squad, Corey will have a balancing act of sorts.
“There is a great bunch of lads and some great cubs, but we just need to get a wee bit more work done,” Corey told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub after the game.
“We’ll try to get them fitter and stronger and get a game plan going. Our two county men are massive to us and we’ll have to play the whole League without them.”
Former Sligo manager Corey knows all about Donegal football’s landscape from his time in Naomh Conaill’s hot seat.
His side had a dream start yesterday thanks to Alan Russell’s goal, but they needed McEniff to dig them out late in the day/
Corey said: “It’s a tough, tough place to come. They have that tradition and they’re tough and hardy here.
“We were three down and at that stage we’d have taken the draw.”
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