Friday June 5, 2020

Tyrone's persecution complex is on show again

Across the 2000s, the resilience and inner strength of Mickey Harte's team were remarkable.

15th August, 2015
Tyrone's Tiernan McCann falls under the 'challenge' of Monaghan's Darren Hughes

A cross the 2000s, the resilience and inner strength of the Tyrone GAA team were remarkable. They overcame more tragedy than anyone could imagine to achieve more than anyone bar Kerry. In doing so they redefined football and while it wasn’t always pretty (the best never are) there was much to be admired. Winning never came easy, but it came naturally. Yet, seven years on from their last All Ireland and five on from their...

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