Surprising how much chance played into Jim McGuinness's life

Surprising how much chance played into Jim McGuinness's life
Jim McGuinness (right) with his captain Michael Murphy after Donegal won the Ulster final against Derry in 2011 Pic: Sportsfile

Sport; Until Victory Always: A Memoir; By Jim McGuinness and Keith Duggan; Gill & Macmillan, €29.25

Shortly after Donegal lost the Ulster football final to Derry in July 1998, Jim McGuinness, one of the team’s stars, was invited to play in the US for the rest of the summer. McGuinness asked his brother and best friend Mark to drive him to Dublin to catch the flight.

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