At least nine of the current 18-man panel have Twitter accounts and the Derry man will speak to the panel about the social networking website.
“What’s that?” laughed Tohill when he was asked if he hadan issue with his players using Twitter.
“Don’t worry, it’s in hand. It will be addressed.”
Vice-captain Ciaran McKeever is among the players who tweet as well as Armagh team-mate Steven McDonnell, Eoin Cadogan, Darran O’Sullivan and Michael Murphy. Earlier this year, the GAA had stated their plan to issue guidelines to players about the potential consequences of using their social network accounts such as Twitter and Facebook.
That preceded the outcry of Wexford footballers following their controversial All-Ireland qualifier defeat to Limerick in July as well as goalkeeper Anthony Masterson being forced to apologised for remarks made about referee Derek Fahy.