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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #15285 on: January 22, 2023, 12:52:46 AM »
And McCurry wouldnít have had the game time he enjoyed in 2021

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« Reply #15286 on: January 22, 2023, 02:03:21 AM »
Hold on a minute here, All you guys wanted Dooher and Logie in, couldn't wait to get Mickey out. It looks an unhappy camp, tonight was clueless. It just shows that Tyrone would have won the all Ireland 2021 with Mickey at the helm.  It was essentially his team.
From 2009 to 2020, Tyrone won zero all irelands

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« Reply #15287 on: January 22, 2023, 08:19:55 AM »
Hold on a minute here, All you guys wanted Dooher and Logie in, couldn't wait to get Mickey out. It looks an unhappy camp, tonight was clueless. It just shows that Tyrone would have won the all Ireland 2021 with Mickey at the helm.  It was essentially his team.

Tyrone threw caution to the wind against Kerry in 2021 and only won by a point AET, we would not have won that game under Mickey Harte. See 2019 semi-final for contrast.

Aye, Mickey is a legend who did it all with Tyrone but it was obvious that the 2021 All Ireland came about due to a change in management and approach. His work with so many of those players over many years clearly a factor too, but there was no All Ireland that year with Mickey in charge. Hard to believe someone seems to be suggesting he should still be in post - Mickey had 18 seasons as Tyrone manager.

After 3 positive enough showings that was rubbish last night. Decision making consistently poor and team extremely disjointed. Very important we see a big improvement for the start of the league.

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« Reply #15288 on: January 22, 2023, 08:26:01 AM »
Would everyone relax. Its the McKenna cup. Does anyone think that's the team that starts the championship?

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« Reply #15289 on: January 22, 2023, 08:51:01 AM »
To be fair
Iíd be surprised if
McCarron
Nugent
Mulgrew
Gallen
McCartan
Devlin maybe

Start in big league/ championship games
It was experimental enough starting line up. Prob about giving game time to lads

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« Reply #15290 on: January 22, 2023, 09:00:01 AM »
To be fair
Iíd be surprised if
McCarron
Nugent
Mulgrew
Gallen
McCartan
Devlin maybe

Start in big league/ championship games
It was experimental enough starting line up. Prob about giving game time to lads

At the moment I would be surprised if the x2 Donnellyís, mcgeary, hampsey and munroe start in big championship games. Hard to pick a performance last night and where they going to find pace from

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« Reply #15291 on: January 22, 2023, 09:00:49 AM »
Add mcshane to that list aswell

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« Reply #15292 on: January 22, 2023, 09:36:59 AM »
Would everyone relax. Its the McKenna cup. Does anyone think that's the team that starts the championship?

Not getting over excited about a McKenna cup game but was still a disappointing performance none the less including from players that will be automatic starters this year. Iíd still be very confident we will win our first 2 league games in the next few weeks.

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« Reply #15293 on: January 22, 2023, 10:40:25 AM »
I'm hopeful that he's playing his cards close to his chest.  Also, Tyrone are more or less guaranteed a place in the groups of 4 and 3 out of the 4 qualify for the next stage.  Maybe planning for the long haul

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« Reply #15294 on: January 22, 2023, 11:09:42 AM »
To be fair
Iíd be surprised if
McCarron
Nugent
Mulgrew
Gallen
McCartan
Devlin maybe

Start in big league/ championship games
It was experimental enough starting line up. Prob about giving game time to lads

At the moment I would be surprised if the x2 Donnellyís, mcgeary, hampsey and munroe start in big championship games. Hard to pick a performance last night and where they going to find pace from
The last we will see of Richie? Was never good enough at County level, the thing that surprises me is how we are still giving him game time ten years down the road. Falls into the Conall McCann, Declan McClure bracket - good club player that isnít county standard, but that should have been recognised five years ago.
No obvious starting place for McGeary on present form. Hampseys form a major concern.
McNamee back in for Munroe should steady things defensively. Peter Harte back in starting at six will also help in that regard. Defence with Morgan McKernan McNamee Hampsey Meyler and Harte will give Tyrone a much more solid foundation to work from.
Forward line wise - McShane looks sharper and in better form which is a positive. Badly in need of Canavan in the team for creativity and spark to make something happen. Mulgrew, Nugent and these players are not the answer and they arenít the players to take Tyrone towards Ulster titles and contending for All Irelands.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #15295 on: January 22, 2023, 11:15:56 AM »
Hold on a minute here, All you guys wanted Dooher and Logie in, couldn't wait to get Mickey out. It looks an unhappy camp, tonight was clueless. It just shows that Tyrone would have won the all Ireland 2021 with Mickey at the helm.  It was essentially his team.

Harte was so full of himself. A yesterdays man. Running around with a blockbuster card in the netflix era. Tyrone were content to not get hammered under Harte but couldn't win. Although I miss Mickey as we would have won another 37 McKenna cups under his reign of terror.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #15296 on: January 22, 2023, 11:37:44 AM »
To be fair
Iíd be surprised if
McCarron
Nugent
Mulgrew
Gallen
McCartan
Devlin maybe

Start in big league/ championship games
It was experimental enough starting line up. Prob about giving game time to lads

At the moment I would be surprised if the x2 Donnellyís, mcgeary, hampsey and munroe start in big championship games. Hard to pick a performance last night and where they going to find pace from
The last we will see of Richie? Was never good enough at County level, the thing that surprises me is how we are still giving him game time ten years down the road. Falls into the Conall McCann, Declan McClure bracket - good club player that isnít county standard, but that should have been recognised five years ago.
No obvious starting place for McGeary on present form. Hampseys form a major concern.
McNamee back in for Munroe should steady things defensively. Peter Harte back in starting at six will also help in that regard. Defence with Morgan McKernan McNamee Hampsey Meyler and Harte will give Tyrone a much more solid foundation to work from.
Forward line wise - McShane looks sharper and in better form which is a positive. Badly in need of Canavan in the team for creativity and spark to make something happen. Mulgrew, Nugent and these players are not the answer and they arenít the players to take Tyrone towards Ulster titles and contending for All Irelands.

Always felt the same regarding Donnelly. Never saw him as deserving a regular place and often got starts ahead of more deserving players.
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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #15297 on: January 22, 2023, 02:28:57 PM »
What would the starting 15 be for the first league game then?

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« Reply #15298 on: January 22, 2023, 03:07:41 PM »
Iím guessing theyíll go something like

Morgan
Mccarron
Munroe
Hampsey
Mckernan
Harte
Devlin
Kilpatrick
Kennedy
Meyler
Canavan
Sludden
Mccurry
McShane
M Donnelly

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #15299 on: January 22, 2023, 03:09:03 PM »
Would everyone relax. Its the McKenna cup. Does anyone think that's the team that starts the championship?

I'd agree with that normally but in the context of last season it was important for Tyrone to show some indication on the McKenna Cup that they were starting the year in a much better place. There were encouraging signs in the first three games and I wouldn't have been bothered with losing last night, but the manner of the defeat was rather worrying. Lot of aimless play and boys going nowhere or going down blind alleys. Looked an awful like last season.

Hopefully the league will see them go up a level or two but McKenna Cup or not, that was a very poor effort.