Tyrone refuse to answer any questions on COVID from Press that threatened their All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry at their media event in Garvaghey on Tuesday.
Before the start of the event, co-manager Feargal Logan announced to the media on call, that any questions revolving around COVID will be swiftly and politely declined for answering.
🗣'We have a bit of work to do before we meet Mayo'
🗣'Last week was a bit too last minute for my liking'@TyroneGAALive joint-manager Brian Dooher spoke to @ashoreilly in the build-up to their All-Ireland final against Mayo next Saturday | 🏐 pic.twitter.com/ZNmDGA9EJX
— Off The Ball (@offtheball) September 1, 2021
Tyrone refuse to answer any questions on COVID from Press
Speaking on the full panel’s fitness and injury concerns ahead of the final against Mayo, Logan declined to speak;
Logan also spoke about his hopes that Croke Park will allow more allocation from 40,000 people to a rumoured 75% full capacity if all ticket holders are fully vaccinated.
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