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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #13800 on: June 22, 2021, 12:13:37 PM »
McShane gonna be nowhere near ready for an ulster championship game. OK he had one great season at full forward (don't forget about the couple of poor seasons before that) but the man hasn't kicked a competitive ball in almost 2 years. If he is the FF starter Tyrone are in even bigger trouble than it appears.
We(Roscommon) played Tyrone in Roslea on Sunday and McShane was playing. The lads i spoke to said he was miles off it and extremely rusty as you would expect. Will take him a while to reach near his level after such a lay off. Niall Morgan i hear had another shocker and we got around 1-4 off him losing the ball or bad kickouts.

Quite unfair on Cathal to be thrown back into this level after a serious injury but no surprise.

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« Reply #13801 on: June 22, 2021, 03:42:24 PM »
McShane gonna be nowhere near ready for an ulster championship game. OK he had one great season at full forward (don't forget about the couple of poor seasons before that) but the man hasn't kicked a competitive ball in almost 2 years. If he is the FF starter Tyrone are in even bigger trouble than it appears.
We(Roscommon) played Tyrone in Roslea on Sunday and McShane was playing. The lads i spoke to said he was miles off it and extremely rusty as you would expect. Will take him a while to reach near his level after such a lay off. Niall Morgan i hear had another shocker and we got around 1-4 off him losing the ball or bad kickouts.

Morgan is far to error prone at this level. Tyrone should be looking for another option.

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« Reply #13802 on: June 22, 2021, 04:10:33 PM »
McShane gonna be nowhere near ready for an ulster championship game. OK he had one great season at full forward (don't forget about the couple of poor seasons before that) but the man hasn't kicked a competitive ball in almost 2 years. If he is the FF starter Tyrone are in even bigger trouble than it appears.
We(Roscommon) played Tyrone in Roslea on Sunday and McShane was playing. The lads i spoke to said he was miles off it and extremely rusty as you would expect. Will take him a while to reach near his level after such a lay off. Niall Morgan i hear had another shocker and we got around 1-4 off him losing the ball or bad kickouts.

Morgan is far to error prone at this level. Tyrone should be looking for another option.
The mid field options for him to aim at aren't great.

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« Reply #13803 on: June 22, 2021, 04:13:16 PM »
Mc Shane has always been a very good player even before he went into full forward.
Remember it was his superb distance point against Meath that brought us level and kept us in the championship just a few years ago.
Logan mentions about bringing him back as he regains fitness - probably a good way to do that than in a challenge game.
We should expect nothing more but for him to be completely off the pace - may just make it back in time as an impact sub.

Morgan needs a bit more focus as a keeper and not get himself distracted or worse, bored - always a danger with outfield players in nets - they want to be involved.
His kickouts need to improve but I've always thought that needs to improve as a team strategy rather then just pointing at him.

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« Reply #13804 on: June 22, 2021, 04:58:25 PM »
McShane gonna be nowhere near ready for an ulster championship game. OK he had one great season at full forward (don't forget about the couple of poor seasons before that) but the man hasn't kicked a competitive ball in almost 2 years. If he is the FF starter Tyrone are in even bigger trouble than it appears.
We(Roscommon) played Tyrone in Roslea on Sunday and McShane was playing. The lads i spoke to said he was miles off it and extremely rusty as you would expect. Will take him a while to reach near his level after such a lay off. Niall Morgan i hear had another shocker and we got around 1-4 off him losing the ball or bad kickouts.

Morgan is far to error prone at this level. Tyrone should be looking for another option.
The mid field options for him to aim at aren't great.

When he stood 20 yards from goal V Kerry and got lobbed that wasn't MF fault.
When he scuffed a kick out to Dublin in AIF that led directly to goal that wasn't MF fault.

He makes 3-4 big mistakes in every game.

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« Reply #13805 on: June 23, 2021, 08:09:36 AM »
McShane gonna be nowhere near ready for an ulster championship game. OK he had one great season at full forward (don't forget about the couple of poor seasons before that) but the man hasn't kicked a competitive ball in almost 2 years. If he is the FF starter Tyrone are in even bigger trouble than it appears.
We(Roscommon) played Tyrone in Roslea on Sunday and McShane was playing. The lads i spoke to said he was miles off it and extremely rusty as you would expect. Will take him a while to reach near his level after such a lay off. Niall Morgan i hear had another shocker and we got around 1-4 off him losing the ball or bad kickouts.

Morgan is far to error prone at this level. Tyrone should be looking for another option.
The mid field options for him to aim at aren't great.

When he stood 20 yards from goal V Kerry and got lobbed that wasn't MF fault.
When he scuffed a kick out to Dublin in AIF that led directly to goal that wasn't MF fault.

He makes 3-4 big mistakes in every game.

He does make mistakes.

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« Reply #13806 on: June 23, 2021, 10:25:57 AM »
McShane gonna be nowhere near ready for an ulster championship game. OK he had one great season at full forward (don't forget about the couple of poor seasons before that) but the man hasn't kicked a competitive ball in almost 2 years. If he is the FF starter Tyrone are in even bigger trouble than it appears.
We(Roscommon) played Tyrone in Roslea on Sunday and McShane was playing. The lads i spoke to said he was miles off it and extremely rusty as you would expect. Will take him a while to reach near his level after such a lay off. Niall Morgan i hear had another shocker and we got around 1-4 off him losing the ball or bad kickouts.

Morgan is far to error prone at this level. Tyrone should be looking for another option.
The mid field options for him to aim at aren't great.

When he stood 20 yards from goal V Kerry and got lobbed that wasn't MF fault.
When he scuffed a kick out to Dublin in AIF that led directly to goal that wasn't MF fault.

He makes 3-4 big mistakes in every game.

He does make mistakes.

No doubt he makes mistakes but unless someone can come up with an alternative then that should be that.

His kickouts are absolutely superb at times and that what is required of a modern keeper when restarting the game

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« Reply #13807 on: June 23, 2021, 11:03:27 AM »
McShane gonna be nowhere near ready for an ulster championship game. OK he had one great season at full forward (don't forget about the couple of poor seasons before that) but the man hasn't kicked a competitive ball in almost 2 years. If he is the FF starter Tyrone are in even bigger trouble than it appears.
We(Roscommon) played Tyrone in Roslea on Sunday and McShane was playing. The lads i spoke to said he was miles off it and extremely rusty as you would expect. Will take him a while to reach near his level after such a lay off. Niall Morgan i hear had another shocker and we got around 1-4 off him losing the ball or bad kickouts.

Morgan is far to error prone at this level. Tyrone should be looking for another option.
The mid field options for him to aim at aren't great.

When he stood 20 yards from goal V Kerry and got lobbed that wasn't MF fault.
When he scuffed a kick out to Dublin in AIF that led directly to goal that wasn't MF fault.

He makes 3-4 big mistakes in every game.

He does make mistakes.

No doubt he makes mistakes but unless someone can come up with an alternative then that should be that.

His kickouts are absolutely superb at times and that what is required of a modern keeper when restarting the game

I think that is what is frustrating because when he's good he's very good. But he just has too many brain farts.

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« Reply #13808 on: June 23, 2021, 11:48:03 AM »
McShane gonna be nowhere near ready for an ulster championship game. OK he had one great season at full forward (don't forget about the couple of poor seasons before that) but the man hasn't kicked a competitive ball in almost 2 years. If he is the FF starter Tyrone are in even bigger trouble than it appears.
We(Roscommon) played Tyrone in Roslea on Sunday and McShane was playing. The lads i spoke to said he was miles off it and extremely rusty as you would expect. Will take him a while to reach near his level after such a lay off. Niall Morgan i hear had another shocker and we got around 1-4 off him losing the ball or bad kickouts.

Morgan is far to error prone at this level. Tyrone should be looking for another option.
The mid field options for him to aim at aren't great.

When he stood 20 yards from goal V Kerry and got lobbed that wasn't MF fault.
When he scuffed a kick out to Dublin in AIF that led directly to goal that wasn't MF fault.

He makes 3-4 big mistakes in every game.

He does make mistakes.

No doubt he makes mistakes but unless someone can come up with an alternative then that should be that.

His kickouts are absolutely superb at times and that what is required of a modern keeper when restarting the game

I think that is what is frustrating because when he's good he's very good. But he just has too many brain farts.

Too many brain farts surely, We really lack physic in our middle 8, Kick outs will be a thorn in our side.

You have to assume brain farts is why Morgan hasn't played out the pitch. An all Endendork mid-field could have been likely.