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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #15375 on: January 30, 2023, 09:39:44 AM »
agree with a lot of this, but everyone associated with the team is under the cosh now, personally i think it should get really ruthless now and would cull a few lads (up to 8 lads) a few big hitters and men milling about the squad but not making an impact - as they didnít look fit, organised and the worst of all motivated, they look to be a group of lads cording themselves that they are motivated and doing the work but when the heat comes on they fold. Reset in culture needed quickly

You say they donít look fit - theyíre not carrying weight, does their sharpness then come back to the S&C of Peter Donnelly? The same Peter Donnelly who had them in the shape to win an all Ireland 2 years ago - itís a funny old game.

To me particularly in the last 20 very heavy legged, a particularly in a few roscommon counter attack they seemed to be able to pull away from the tyrone men and the support play was not its usual energy - so itís either they are doing a load of work during the week or conditioning isnt where it needs to be but donít think iíll watch that one back to verify!

When teams are not playing well they can look unfit. I would doubt that is the actual case. It's a difficult time for the team. They don't seem to have any belief and are looking around at each other for leadership and inspiration. It's definitely lacking.


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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #15376 on: January 30, 2023, 02:07:02 PM »
Not a great  start to the league but time to iron out some problems. Canavan missed a free with a minute left to make it a one point game then they get a goal to leave 5 in it so we were closer than the scoreline  suggests. Huge game against  donegal in omagh this weekend. Mc curry needs to start and we need to start playing  football  instead of fuckin about with  meaningless solo runs  and hand passes.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #15377 on: January 30, 2023, 03:37:30 PM »
Not a great  start to the league but time to iron out some problems. Canavan missed a free with a minute left to make it a one point game then they get a goal to leave 5 in it so we were closer than the scoreline  suggests. Huge game against  donegal in omagh this weekend. Mc curry needs to start and we need to start playing  football  instead of fuckin about with  meaningless solo runs  and hand passes.

This is embedded now. Need to find a way to get the ball to Canavan and McCurry as the quality and shooting instincts stands out a mile. Defence is wide open at the moment and not sure what the answer is