Forget Twomey, this is not about Twomey, even though I think he’s getting a raw deal, but so is Dalton (and Aidan Walsh before them) it’s about our lack of guys who can stand toe to toe and give as good as they get, how many of our foward line can do that?Is Conor Cahalane a Seanie McGrath type is he?
Maybe, just maybe, the selectors looked at Twomey for the role and decided Cahalane was better.
-Seamie is a better ball winner and hurler than Twomey.
-O Flynn was flying it and is a big man
-Kingston won the semi final.
-O Connor was our biggest goal threat all year.
-Hoggy is hoggy.
The Coleman centre back experiment and the short passing at the back does my head in too R&B so you using Twomey is a strange hill to die.
Dalton is also a better bet than him.
“Seamie is a better ball winner than Twomey” does it have to be one or the other, could we not have a second or third ball winner? Nah?
O Flynn was having a good year up to the final, nothing spectacular but nothing majorily wrong either, but he is not a ball winner
Kingston came on in the semi and turned the game, exactly the role I said all along that suits him best, what do we do? Start him in the final
O Connor was our biggest goal threat all year, and fair play to him, but his ball winning ability is nearly as poor as Kingston’s
Hoggy is Hoggy, but what good is it having Hoggy if we don’t play to his strengths? Anyone remember the 2019 quarter final v Kilkenny, that’s how you use Hoggy
And yes Dalton is a better option than Twomey, but he couldn’t get a look in either, because we don’t want that type of player, we want all speed merchants and until that changes we are doomed