PAUL DURCAN WILL speak with Donegal manager Rory Gallagher in regards the continuing of his inter-county career.
The two-time All-Star goalkeeper (pictured above) is currently trying to arrange work in Qatar, having helped Ballyboden-St Enda’s to the Dublin SFC on Sunday.
“I’m 14 years nearly with Donegal ” he said. “It’s time to make a bit of money as the man says. It’s not paying the bills, unfortunately, so we’ll see what happens next year. I’ll be chatting to Rory next year and I’ll see what the crack is in the new year.”
Durcan was an All-Star winner in both 2012 and 2014 having first represented Donegal in the Ulster SFC in 2004.
A qualified quantity surveyor, Durcan, who won the Donegal SFC in 2003 with Four Masters, is not expected to play a part in Ballyboden’s Leinster SFC campaign, which begins against St Pat’s from Louth in Drogheda on Sunday.
“I’m living in Qatar now so moving over,” he added. “I’m trying to find a bit of work over there.
“It was a good experience with the boys, in fairness they’re a good bunch of lads so it’s nice to get another championship before I head out.”
Donegal, for the foreseeable future, are already without Termon goalkeeper Michael Boyle, who will undergo an operation on his cruciate injury on Saturday at Santry Sports Clinic.
It is expected that Mark Anthony McGinley from St Michael’s and Dungloe’s Danny Rodgers will be fighting over the No1 jersey for the Dr McKenna Cup and the early stages of the Allianz League Division One.