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Angelo

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #12450 on: Today at 12:43:56 PM »
Not a hope canavan playing corner back so why even name him there? Pick the bloody team a let them play. Harte doesn't want forwards or defenders any more, just pre programmed robots that do what they are told.

Team sheets have to be submitted by Friday isn't it?

Tyrone were still appealing Brennan's suspension so Canavan is probably a late addition to the 26 in any case.

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« Reply #12451 on: Today at 02:25:06 PM »
See the named Tyrone team. Darragh Canavan named at corner back. Even Mickey Harte can’t turn this fella into a defender lol.

No place for McKenna after last week’s performance and this is basically a championship match. that would make you speculate he is the corona case. Hope I’m wrong and it’s purely speculation.

Mickey is just trolling STG naming canavan at corner back.

And Conor McKenna is at 11. He isnt the covid case from what I heard. Fairly obvious from that team who it is.

Completely missed McKenna’s name on that team sheet  :-[

Glad he recovered so quick to slot that one away lol
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« Reply #12452 on: Today at 03:21:25 PM »
Not a hope canavan playing corner back so why even name him there? Pick the bloody team a let them play. Harte doesn't want forwards or defenders any more, just pre programmed robots that do what they are told.

You're probably raging we're winning.

Angelo

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« Reply #12453 on: Today at 03:46:37 PM »
We looked very weary at the end of that game.

Good first half performance, got complacent in the second half and allowed Mayo back in. Legs looked gone on a lot of the players near the end.

McKenna was magnificent, Canavan had a great first half but very quiet in the second, Mattie was outstanding too and really was the only player who showed up for Tyrone with McKenna in that second half.

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« Reply #12454 on: Today at 03:51:28 PM »
Wasn’t there posters on here saying that Conor McKenna wouldn’t be able to just slot into the side and make a difference?

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« Reply #12455 on: Today at 03:57:14 PM »
Wasn’t there posters on here saying that Conor McKenna wouldn’t be able to just slot into the side and make a difference?

They're the same people who will continue to push the narrative that Tyrone can't beat big teams. They'll be quiet for a while after this.