AS MICHAEL Murphy made for Omagh yesterday, some doubts began to creep into the mind.
Donegal ended a long-lay off of almost six months – 175 days to be precise – with a fine win over Tyrone.
Having had to stew for so long since the Ulster final defeat to Cavan, their last competitive outing, it was unchartered waters.
“The big feel in his getting 70 minutes under our belts and it’s an added bonus getting the victory,” Murphy told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“It was the first time in a long time, coming up the road to a game, individually and collectively, there was a lot of doubt there in terms of where we were at.
“Where you’re at as a player individually having done the training for the last five months and where you’re at as a team. The first half didn’t give a chance to feel your way into the game. It was at breakneck speed.
“We’re just happy to be back out there.”
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