I agree, that’s what I’m saying, he took it to a whole other level. But it was the idea that Tyrone introduced about often hitting it short, “conceding the middle” and keeping extra men back which we did against them in 2010, and playing the ball up through the field in very disciplined fashion, that ultimately “revolutionised the game”, without those elements it would have changed but not so completely. However Tyrone’s tactics never worked as well as ours have under Cluxton, because he has been the best distributor, and has great players to work with using those tactics since 2010.
That all being said, we haven’t faced anything but a shadow of them at their best in championship since 2010, and except in the nat league, where they have pushed us right to the wall just about every single time, drawing twice I think. So this semi-final will teach us alot, albeit we have a few changes in our team.