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General discussion / Re: Garth Brooks and Croke Park : Boss to intervene?
« on: September 15, 2022, 02:13:35 PM »
Any parking insights. Looking somewhere handy to get away at the end.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: September 02, 2022, 01:58:32 PM »
McKenna gone. McShane struggling for form. M Donnelly best years behind him. No Bradley, no Brennan, no Donaghy, no O'Neill.

You have to be honest and say it will take one hell of a job by Logan and Dooher to keep Tyrone in Division one next year.


Dooher and logan need some time to rebuild. 2021 was not consistent with where we actually are. Few of the established players are in the final years of their career and it will take time for new players to put their mark.

Too much being put into brennan, o'neill and Bradley leaving. All 3 of them hardly played in 2021 and even in 2020 they didn't feature much.

Bring in a few of the u21 and let them get some game time.

If we stay in Division 1 next year and reach a ulster final I would say it would be a success.

10. Meyler
11. Canavan
12. Canavan
13. Dazzler
14. Donnelly
15. McShane

GLOT

Big year for him. Needs to deliver on his promise.

What is this promise? Came back after a horrific injury that he was lucky to get back playing at any level to score a goal in the semi and final in last years great year. Struggled for form this year but we could say that about 80% of team. Tyrone fans are getting more and more fickle when it comes to players - mickey OíNeill, McKenna, McShane to name a few!

McShane got a huge package to stay. The injury was 2 years ago. 2021 we saw glimpses. 2022 was non existance same for alot of player Let's put it simply he needs to warrant that package.

I don't believe it's fickle at all. Some players got a lot handed to them and tyrone bent over backwards to help them. You either are fully committed or not at all in my opinion.

What makes your think he is not fully committed?

Is the fact that he has returned from a serious injury to get an All Star nomination, score in an AI semi final and final, not a good indicator of his commitment?

His commitment can't be questioned.

The commitment comment wasn't aimed at mcshane. It was more of a general statement for all players. Either commit fully or not at all. Same goes for players walking away mid season.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: September 01, 2022, 09:34:20 PM »
McKenna gone. McShane struggling for form. M Donnelly best years behind him. No Bradley, no Brennan, no Donaghy, no O'Neill.

You have to be honest and say it will take one hell of a job by Logan and Dooher to keep Tyrone in Division one next year.


Dooher and logan need some time to rebuild. 2021 was not consistent with where we actually are. Few of the established players are in the final years of their career and it will take time for new players to put their mark.

Too much being put into brennan, o'neill and Bradley leaving. All 3 of them hardly played in 2021 and even in 2020 they didn't feature much.

Bring in a few of the u21 and let them get some game time.

If we stay in Division 1 next year and reach a ulster final I would say it would be a success.

10. Meyler
11. Canavan
12. Canavan
13. Dazzler
14. Donnelly
15. McShane

GLOT

Big year for him. Needs to deliver on his promise.

What is this promise? Came back after a horrific injury that he was lucky to get back playing at any level to score a goal in the semi and final in last years great year. Struggled for form this year but we could say that about 80% of team. Tyrone fans are getting more and more fickle when it comes to players - mickey OíNeill, McKenna, McShane to name a few!

McShane got a huge package to stay. The injury was 2 years ago. 2021 we saw glimpses. 2022 was non existance same for alot of player Let's put it simply he needs to warrant that package.

I don't believe it's fickle at all. Some players got a lot handed to them and tyrone bent over backwards to help them. You either are fully committed or not at all in my opinion.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 29, 2022, 10:29:29 AM »
McKenna gone. McShane struggling for form. M Donnelly best years behind him. No Bradley, no Brennan, no Donaghy, no O'Neill.

You have to be honest and say it will take one hell of a job by Logan and Dooher to keep Tyrone in Division one next year.

Dooher and logan need some time to rebuild. 2021 was not consistent with where we actually are. Few of the established players are in the final years of their career and it will take time for new players to put their mark.

Too much being put into brennan, o'neill and Bradley leaving. All 3 of them hardly played in 2021 and even in 2020 they didn't feature much.

Bring in a few of the u21 and let them get some game time.

If we stay in Division 1 next year and reach a ulster final I would say it would be a success.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 29, 2022, 09:28:01 AM »
McKenna back to Oz.

Seems like he hasnt a clue what he wants. Spent years in afl complaining about being home sick now he wants to go back. He never was committed to tyrone so better off in the long run without him

Harsh, he was only a child when he first went to oz. Probably always felt like he was missing out back home, now that he has had 2 years he has realised that he enjoyed oz better and the opportunity is still there for him so why not.

Wouldn't say its harsh at all. Always talking in the media about how he didn't like oz while still under contract. Came home then started talking about how horses is his passion and gaelic football isn't.

He must be about 26-27now, time to pick something and stick with it.

Would bet on it after a few years back in oz he will be in the media again saying he doesn't like it.

Iíd say heíll take your advice on board alright.

I get itís a discussion board but jeez thereís some bitter men on here. Itís his life heíll do what he wants. And no I donít know the lad from Adam. He owes nobody anything. His passes at key times during our 2021 AI win were pivotal to Tyrone being crowned champions for a 4th time.

It's a discussion board. Not giving him any advice. Just pointing out the facts that he never seems settled in either oz or here. Its a fact that he was always complaining about either being in oz or at home.

No one is saying a bad word about the lad. Think you are being a bit sensitive.

Was crucial in winning the AI in 2021 but never was fully committed.

Good luck to him in the future but as I said I won't be suprised to hear him back again in a few years.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 29, 2022, 08:17:44 AM »
Yet another player walks away from Logan and Dooher though.


From team talk below

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It is certainly not the news that all involved with Tyrone GAA want to hear and itís another forward who will depart from that all conquering 2021 squad. Paul Donaghy, Lee Brennan, Ronan OíNeill and Mark Bradley all departed prior to the start of this season and ironically they are the four leading marksmen at the moment in a very competitive Division One within the County.

Paul Donaghy had a fair amount of chances. Had one great game at the start then never really kicked on. Ronan has had more than enough chances under mickey harte. Lee while very skillful doesn't have what it takes at County level.

Mark Bradley is the only one I would take back out of all of them.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 28, 2022, 10:21:30 PM »
McKenna back to Oz.

Seems like he hasnt a clue what he wants. Spent years in afl complaining about being home sick now he wants to go back. He never was committed to tyrone so better off in the long run without him

Harsh, he was only a child when he first went to oz. Probably always felt like he was missing out back home, now that he has had 2 years he has realised that he enjoyed oz better and the opportunity is still there for him so why not.

Wouldn't say its harsh at all. Always talking in the media about how he didn't like oz while still under contract. Came home then started talking about how horses is his passion and gaelic football isn't.

He must be about 26-27now, time to pick something and stick with it.

Would bet on it after a few years back in oz he will be in the media again saying he doesn't like it.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 28, 2022, 10:09:37 PM »
McKenna back to Oz.

Seems like he hasnt a clue what he wants. Spent years in afl complaining about being home sick now he wants to go back. He never was committed to tyrone so better off in the long run without him

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General discussion / Re: Diesel, petrol, oil price watch
« on: August 26, 2022, 10:17:17 PM »
Price in Armagh is £798 for 1000L (Ä944 at Google conversion rate). I'd say its going back up as Autumn approaches, been on to the wife to strike now.

$ to Ä conversion rate not helping down south.
1000L back up to £970 today in Armagh. Luckily I struck  at the above rate.

There'll be a revolution before Spring.

Thereíll be  no revolution . People are too busy watching  Love Island and  Netflix

Unfortunately that is sad but very true

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: August 22, 2022, 04:56:01 PM »
There must be exceptions to that rule as Coalisland got a transfer through after that deadline this year I believe.

Who was it, and what club were they transferring from? Transferring into a Tyrone club from a club outside the county is a different matter.

Bob McNally from Brackaville.
Would that be his second time transferring from Brackaville to Coalisland?

Wouldn't be 100% sure.

Bob is the third Brackaville player to move to Coalisland in the past few years - the other two being Sean Corr & Che O'Donnell.

What was the reasons for these player transfers. Aren't those 2 clubs with a few miles of each other

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Would agree with talking action if there was a suitable case. Taking the high road doesn't work, need to put a stop to these unwarranted attacks on the gaa community

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General discussion / Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
« on: August 10, 2022, 10:58:06 AM »
Chip shop. As it is a shop which sells chips.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 08, 2022, 06:56:04 AM »
Watching the Chicago final there and the Tyrone inter county players have been absolutely effin brutal.

Good to see thy are continuing their form from the championship lol

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: July 25, 2022, 05:31:26 PM »
I would imagine the tyrone players would be kicking themselves this year. They wont get an easier path to a final again especially to win back to back titles. Whatever issues happened this year need sorted before next year

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Galway keeper has done a few strange things this game

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