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Big ambitions: Michael McShane is excited by the potential in Tyrone’s ranks

Big ambitions: Michael McShane is excited by the potential in Tyrone’s ranks

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Big ambitions: Michael McShane is excited by the potential in Tyrone’s ranks

New Tyrone manager Michael McShane has pledged to heal divisions in the county before pushing them forward in the same way he has established Slaughtneil as the premier force in Ulster hurling.

The Ballycastle man intends to retain his club job with the Derry champions while also succeeding Mattie Lennon with the Red Hands.

His first task is to address some of the complaints made by Tyrone's most prominent talent, Damian Casey, who went public with some grievances such as expenses and gear arriving late and how the county board did not care for hurling.


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