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Tyrone boss Mickey Harte set to ring the changes - reports

Brian McGuigan, Owen Mulligan, John Devine and Davy Harte are understood to be among those facing the chop.

Harte is understood to have dropped several high-profile players.
Harte is understood to have dropped several high-profile players.

TYRONE BOSS MICKEY Harte will leave several high-profile players off the panel for his side’s 2013 campaign, according to reports.

A story in Gaelic Life suggests that footballers including Brian McGuigan, Owen Mulligan, John Devine, Davy Harte, Sean O’Neill, Aidan Cassidy, Niall McKenna, Damian McCaul, Stephen McNally, Peter Hughes and Ciaran Gervin are all understood to have been told they won’t be part of the manager’s upcoming plans.

The changes appear to be reaction to the side’s disappointing 2012 campaign.

Tyrone were narrowly beaten by Donegal in the Ulster Senior Football Championship earlier this year, before being comprehensively defeated by Kerry in Round 3 of the All-Ireland qualifiers.

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