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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #15 on: August 28, 2021, 10:14:03 PM »
is covid not very mild in vast majority of people

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #16 on: August 28, 2021, 10:21:45 PM »
spillane made the point poorly but it's very clear that the so-called crisis within the tyrone squad re covid was greatly exaggerated. we're supposed to believe that over half the squad had covid less than 3 weeks ago and then were out running around a pitch in an intense physical encounter for 90 minutes? it was obviously bs so they could get key personel fit for the match. the fault lies with the GAA for rescheduling the fixture. should never have happened. if they'd had 20 hamstring injuries, they would still have had to field a team. same should have applied here.

Nail on head, Logan played a blinder GAA was hoodwinked complete muppets.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #17 on: August 28, 2021, 10:22:38 PM »
“Look more closely”  ;D What does that even mean?

The GAA decided to move the game all by themselves, for their own gain. They didn’t have to.

That’s where the story starts and ends.

It starts and ends with Logan.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #18 on: August 28, 2021, 10:26:46 PM »
spillane made the point poorly but it's very clear that the so-called crisis within the tyrone squad re covid was greatly exaggerated. we're supposed to believe that over half the squad had covid less than 3 weeks ago and then were out running around a pitch in an intense physical encounter for 90 minutes? it was obviously bs so they could get key personel fit for the match. the fault lies with the GAA for rescheduling the fixture. should never have happened. if they'd had 20 hamstring injuries, they would still have had to field a team. same should have applied here.


The point of the postponement was to enable Tyrone players to recover as best they could, they did and performed well, showing that the correct decision was made. But it shouldn’t be forgotten that they still had key players such as Ritchie Donnelly and Rory Brennan unavailable today due to COVID. Its mad that some people would still have preferred a shadow squad taking a hammering, making a mockery of the competition. It was a level enough playing field today and Tyrone won in a competitive game, what’s the problem with that?
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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #19 on: August 28, 2021, 10:36:51 PM »
Kerry should have been ready for either a fit tyrone or a covod hit tyrone. They had weeks to prepare match ups etc which tyrone didn't. I knew if tyrone won they wouldn't get any credit as they were seen to have cheated kerry.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #20 on: August 28, 2021, 10:38:25 PM »
To be honest I think the Gaa will look more closely into the Covid situation as today's performance belies the so called devastation. Covid had done to Tyrone training. It doesn't lokk like it. Looking on from the outside.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #21 on: August 28, 2021, 10:39:11 PM »
“Look more closely”  ;D What does that even mean?

The GAA decided to move the game all by themselves, for their own gain. They didn’t have to.

That’s where the story starts and ends.

It starts and ends with Logan.
It doesn’t. He didn’t decide to move the game.

But he did.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #22 on: August 28, 2021, 10:49:15 PM »
“Look more closely”  ;D What does that even mean?

The GAA decided to move the game all by themselves, for their own gain. They didn’t have to.

That’s where the story starts and ends.

It starts and ends with Logan.
It doesn’t. He didn’t decide to move the game.

But he did.

No. He didn't. The GAA moved the game. Are you feeling ok after today?

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #23 on: August 28, 2021, 10:50:41 PM »
Kerry benefited from the extra 2 weeks and were able to bring 2 men back in, but that's been completely overlooked.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #24 on: August 28, 2021, 11:04:00 PM »
“Look more closely”  ;D What does that even mean?

The GAA decided to move the game all by themselves, for their own gain. They didn’t have to.

That’s where the story starts and ends.

It starts and ends with Logan.
It doesn’t. He didn’t decide to move the game.

But he did.

No. He didn't. The GAA moved the game. Are you feeling ok after today?

I don't care who wins, ambivalent to it all but Logan forced the move to say otherwise is ridiculous.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #25 on: August 28, 2021, 11:05:23 PM »
“Look more closely”  ;D What does that even mean?

The GAA decided to move the game all by themselves, for their own gain. They didn’t have to.

That’s where the story starts and ends.

It starts and ends with Logan.
It doesn’t. He didn’t decide to move the game.

But he did.

No. He didn't. The GAA moved the game. Are you feeling ok after today?

I don't care who wins, ambivalent to it all but Logan forced the move to say otherwise is ridiculous.

This just in, Fergal logan now controls the gaa.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #26 on: August 28, 2021, 11:07:01 PM »
Kerry benefited from the extra 2 weeks and were able to bring 2 men back in, but that's been completely overlooked.

Tyrone played poor us global pandemic, no stats, dark arts, Logan a master fair play, GAA are tools.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #27 on: August 28, 2021, 11:07:48 PM »
“Look more closely”  ;D What does that even mean?

The GAA decided to move the game all by themselves, for their own gain. They didn’t have to.

That’s where the story starts and ends.

It starts and ends with Logan.
It doesn’t. He didn’t decide to move the game.

But he did.

No. He didn't. The GAA moved the game. Are you feeling ok after today?

I don't care who wins, ambivalent to it all but Logan forced the move to say otherwise is ridiculous.

This just in, Fergal logan now controls the gaa.

Read his statement master class.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #28 on: August 28, 2021, 11:09:19 PM »
“Look more closely”  ;D What does that even mean?

The GAA decided to move the game all by themselves, for their own gain. They didn’t have to.

That’s where the story starts and ends.

It starts and ends with Logan.
It doesn’t. He didn’t decide to move the game.

But he did.

No. He didn't. The GAA moved the game. Are you feeling ok after today?

I don't care who wins, ambivalent to it all but Logan forced the move to say otherwise is ridiculous.

Pathetic.

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Re: Does Pat Spillane need apologise to Tyrone GAA?
« Reply #29 on: August 28, 2021, 11:10:12 PM »
Kerry benefited from the extra 2 weeks and were able to bring 2 men back in, but that's been completely overlooked.

Tyrone played poor us global pandemic, no stats, dark arts, Logan a master fair play, GAA are tools.
Why did Tyrone do it?

To win an AISF would be my take.