Kerry's Tomás Ó Sé today retired from inter-county football today.
Here's how Twitter has reacted.
Best wishes to Tómas Ó'Sé in his retirement. Not many deserve the title of legend but he certainly does. Set standards for all to aspire to
— Philip Jordan (@PhilipJordan7) October 3, 2013
Gud luck 2 the next kerry no.5-filling the boots of Tomas o' Se,they will require something very special to even compare "A true legend"!!
— Eamonn O Hara (@EamonnOHara8) October 3, 2013
A lot of Half Forwards will sleep easier in Ire tonight. Well done Tomas, epitomised everything Kerry football is all about, just like PO
— Tadhg Kennelly (@TadhgKennelly) October 3, 2013
Watched him in awe as a child, privileged to share a field with him last month. Ardfhear, laoch na Gaeltachta agus peileadóir den scoth
— Ciarán Kilkenny (@CKKilkenny93) October 3, 2013
Best wishes to Tomás O'Sé! It was an honour to play with him and an absolute nightmare to play against him. He will be sorely missed! #5
— Tommy Walsh (@tommywalshkor) October 3, 2013
All the best to Tomás on his retirement in my opinion the best defender to play the game he was the benchmark for a wing back.Top man also
— Kevin Cassidy (@KCASS7) October 3, 2013
It was an honour to mark the great Tomás Ó Sé, he kicked a few points off me & ran a muck but he did that to alot of people in fairness!
— Bernard Brogan (@bernardbrogan) October 3, 2013
What a career by Tomas O'Se. A tough competitor that every team wished he was one of their own. Good luck in retirement. #Kerry&GAALegend
— Steven McDonnell (@Killeavy13) October 3, 2013
Tomás was the King of half backs. Unbelievable attitude and self-belief! Privileged to have played with him #níbheidhaleitheadarís
— Fionn Fitzgerald (@fionnfitzgerald) October 3, 2013
Has there ever been a better no 5? Tomás Ó Sé confirms to Dara O Cinnéide's @saolodheas prog on RnaG he is retiring from football at 35.
— Tony Leen (@tonyleen) October 3, 2013
Tomas O'Se calls it a day with Kerry. Will never see his likes again.
— Jerry O'Sullivan (@jerosullivanRK) October 3, 2013
Sickened to hear that Tomas O' Se has called it a day...still tink he is d best we have in that position. He owes nothing to Kerry Gaa #Hero
— Paul Cahill (@Cahill50) October 3, 2013
As expected Tomas O Se is retiring. What a savage wing-back. Devoured breaking ball. Ruthless on the field but very approachable off it.
— Éamonn Murphy (@EamonnMurphy19) October 3, 2013
#Kerry’s Tomás Ó Sé has retired. If Calsberg did right half backs. Probably the best. @Kerry_Official #gaa
— Damian Cullen (@Damian_Cullen) October 3, 2013
Best wishes to #TomasOSe on his retirement from the Inter county scene, some servant to #Kerry football! #legend
— Darren Clarke (@clarkie2015) October 3, 2013
Tomás Ó Sé's greatest moments: seeking out Stephen Cluxton to give him ball after 2011 final. Pure class.
— Joe Ó Muircheartaigh (@muirioch) October 3, 2013
Tomas O'Se always interesting to talk to as a player, a likeable confidence and a skill set to match. Always gave more than cliched anwsers
— Oisin Langan (@Langanator) October 3, 2013
Tomás Ó Sé is genuinely one of those fellas you could watch playing football all day. His Kerry jersey will be a hard one to fill!
— Lisa Fallon (@lisafallonsport) October 3, 2013
Tomás Ó Sé has announced his retirement from inter-county football on @saolodheas... One of the all-time greats ????
— Gemma Ní Chionnaith (@gemnichionnaith) October 3, 2013
Tomas O'Se had some career with @Kerry_Official. Can't think of a better half back who played the game. #GAA
— Barry Cahill (@barrycahilldub) October 3, 2013
Kerry legend Tomas O'Sé has announced his retirement.He broke my heart many times as a Mayo fan but he was an exceptional player.
— Mike Kelly (@kellymike87) October 3, 2013
Tomás Ó Sé was that good he fooled us all into thinking the solo run was his own. A testament to him it endured through so much. #GAA
— John Fogarty (@JohnFogartyIrl) October 3, 2013
End of a glorious era in Kerry. Tomas O Se retires and he may not be the only one to go. An incredible player who will be missed #warrior
— Gordon Manning (@Gordon_Manning) October 3, 2013
The no 5 jersey, 5 All Irelands, 5 All Stars, 1 Tomas O Se. One of my all-time favourite players. Hopefully he'll manage Kerry someday!
— Sinéad Kissane (@sineadkissane) October 3, 2013
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