COUNTY defender Neil McGee has spoken of his pride in his Gaoth Dobhair club – and the fact the Irish language is used there.The Donegal star is the subject of the latest ‘My Club And I’ series on the official GAA website.“We all speak Irish in the club so that aspect of our tradition is very important to us,” said Neil. “Between meetings and the letters that are sent out, they are all in Irish. Even when we are playing, it’s all Irish we speak with the team-mates. Fellas are so used to it now they don’t bat any eyelid. It’s a lot of the players’ first language so it just comes first off the top of the head.”The full interview is on the link below:http://www.gaa.ie/gaa-news-and-videos/daily-news/2/2507130730-my-club-and-i-neil-mcgee/ GAOTH DOBHAIR STAR NEIL McGEE SPEAKS OF HIS PRIDE IN HIS CLUB AND HIS LANGUAGE was last modified: July 25th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAOTH DOBHAIR STAR NEIL McGEE SPEAKS OF HIS PRIDE IN HIS CLUB AND HIS LANGUAGE
Several leading newspapers in the Kashmir Valley ran their editorial spaces blank on Tuesday in protest against the killing of journalist and editor of daily Rising Kashmir Shujaat Bukhari.A spokesman of the Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG) said the decision to leave the space blank was taken in a meeting on Monday afternoon “to lodge a strong protest against the killing of the scribe”.The editorial space of all major English dailies like Greater Kashmir, Kashmir Times, Kashmir Observer and Kashmir Monitor were left blank.Bukhari, 50, was assassinated by at least three gunmen on June 14 outside his office. His two security guards were also killed in the attack. The Kashmir Press Club’s coordination committee also held a condolence meeting in Srinagar. “The members said that the entire journalistic fraternity of Kashmir is yet to come out of the shock of Shujaat’s killing and does not know how the void created by the brutal murder will be filled,” said the spokesman.Meanwhile, Director General of Police S.P. Vaid said the police has laid hands on “crucial leads in the case”.The Separatist Joint Resistance Leadership called for a complete strike on Thursday against the killing of Bukhari.