04 Oct 2022

Watch: Manus Boyle hopes late fracas 'doesn't come back to haunt Donegal'

The 1992 All-Ireland winning forward felt Declan Bonner's side grabbed a fine win, although believes the scenes that took place on the field afterwards were unnecessary

Manus Boyle believes Donegal's management team can be content enough with their Division 1 campaign, though felt the scenes at the end of their win over Armagh were unnecessary.

The 1992 All-Ireland winner was making his point in reference to both panels getting involved in something a little more than a scuffle, although a little less than a scrap. 

"I don't like how it finished," he said. "Not a big fan of that and giving Armagh fuel for four weeks, and that may come back to haunt us.  There was a wee bit of handbags but there's always something said - always something done that creates that illusion. All in all, our National League, Donegal can be happy. There were some poor moments and some brilliant moments. There were positive aspects."

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