My point is about negative commentary versus positive.The footballers are going thru their best period since the 1970's. The defeat to Donegal aside, the retired footballers would have their work cut out for them, trying to find anything negative to say about how the footballers are doing, or Jim Gavin & his set up. That is not the case with the hurlers. Expecting the same level of commentary or positivity is from retired hurlers, is wildly unrealistic. So is expecting them to all just shut up & say nothing, despite how uncomfortable it may be hearing honest opinions from them.
Agree that Twitter may not be the best forum for airing views immediately after a game, unless its something you are willing to stand by when the dust has settled.