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VIDEO: McCartan bemoans missed first-half chances

The manager added that Down have “six days to get ou heads right”.

DOWN MANAGER JAMES McCartan was gracious in defeat, after seeing his side lose 2-18 to 0-13 against Donegal in the Ulster SFC final in Clones.

And while he conceded that Donegal fully deserved their victory, he suggested that there might have been a different outcome had his side not been so wasteful with chances in the first half.

He added that the team now had “six days to get our heads right”.

You can view TV3′s full interview with McCartan below.

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