Tyrone’s Kieran McGeary has stressed that there is no point in them feeling sorry for themselves as they embark on the All-Ireland SFC qualifier route once again.
Defeat to Donegal in last weekend’s Ulster SFC semi-final means that the Red Hand County head for the back door.
McGeary admitted to the Ulster Herald that they would prefer to take the direct route to the Super 8’s, but added that they have to make the best of what is in front of them.
“It’s a journey we never wanted to be back on this year, but look, we’re there. We will regroup and we’ll just have to put the heads down and go again. That’s the journey we’re on,” said McGeary.
“Ulster is out of the equation this year, Donegal could be going for two from two, and I wish them all the best in the final. We’ll see what happens, it could be another nice long road, we take each game as it comes.”
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