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Title: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fionntamhnach on April 16, 2022, 08:46:25 PM
Throw-in provisionally down for 4pm, live on BBC Two NI (Rated 15).

Presumably Healy Park will be the venue.

Winners/Survivors will play either Monaghan or Down in a semi-final on Sunday 15th May.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: gallsman on April 16, 2022, 08:49:36 PM
"Tyrone Vs Derry & the combined nefarious forces of the rest of the GAA"
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: trailer on April 16, 2022, 10:11:44 PM
Tyrone probably get a couple of blacks and a red or two in the lead up from HQ. Just to lay down a marker.

At this point I am surprised the GAA are not asking for video of Tyrone in house training games so they can take retrospective action on any incidents.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: ONeill on April 16, 2022, 11:23:56 PM
Tyrone need a chip. Joe might have given them that tonight. Also the fact that Derry Girls is completely wiping the floor with There's No Place Like Tyrone.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: RedHand88 on April 16, 2022, 11:31:21 PM
Every man and woman in the county needs to get out for this one after that shambles tonight.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Champion The Wonder Horse on April 16, 2022, 11:37:17 PM
Tyrone will win by exactly the same margin as they did tonight. Will be a massively different game though. Us Derry folk are just glad thereís a back door and we can dream of 01.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tbrick18 on April 17, 2022, 01:17:11 AM
Tyrone need a chip. Joe might have given them that tonight. Also the fact that Derry Girls is completely wiping the floor with There's No Place Like Tyrone.

 ;D ;D
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tbrick18 on April 17, 2022, 01:21:18 AM
Tyrone undoubtedly favourites but Derry will firmly believe they can turn them over.
Derry have had their own defections over the last couple of weeks but Tyrone have had more.
Tyrone AI champions. Derry and improving work in progress

It's set up to be a fairy tale for Derry, but we could also get hammered.

I think it will be a tight game with no more than 3 or 4 points in it.


Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: LCohen on April 17, 2022, 10:44:27 AM
McFaul would be a big loss to most counties. Not sure Derry will miss him though. He doesnít really fit in their side.

I think McFaul and Gallagher had irreconcilable philosophical differences on football. McFaul thought the ball should be kicked occasionally and some of those kicks aimed foward to a teammate. Gallagher was immediately concerned about McFaulís mental health 🥴
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Wildweasel74 on April 17, 2022, 05:34:39 PM
Derry had 2 good Forwards McFaul and McGuigan, now we just 1, so can't see us scoring enough to make any impression.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: ONeill on April 17, 2022, 05:50:02 PM
Geoffrey still tog out?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Man Marker on April 18, 2022, 08:13:01 PM
I think Geoffrey only started 5 senior football championship games , so itís highly likely he wonít start this one either.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fuzzman on April 19, 2022, 10:18:45 AM
Will Geoffrey D be in the stand looking for votes
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Champion The Wonder Horse on April 19, 2022, 12:13:08 PM
Geoffrey still tog out?

Thinking about converting him to a full back to mark big Audi.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fuzzman on April 25, 2022, 09:24:44 AM



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Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on April 25, 2022, 09:33:11 AM
I just don't see how we can win this game. I hope I'm wrong but we need another 2-3 scoring forwards and we just don't have it especially with McFaul gone. If McKinless is gone too that's another threat from deep that will be missing.

You'd hope that we will be well up for the game and we put in a performance but Tyrone are further along the road than we are so I expect them to win.

However it's much the same circumstances as 2006 so there's always a possibility we could cause an upset!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Wildweasel74 on April 25, 2022, 09:39:36 AM
We had a few forwards in 2006, not much now. ain't impressed players dropping off after playing through the league. Heard the money involved with guys going to America, probably find it hard to turn down myself if the price I hear true.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fear Bun Na Sceilpe on April 25, 2022, 09:45:32 AM
We had a few forwards in 2006, not much now. ain't impressed players dropping off after playing through the league. Heard the money involved with guys going to America, probably find it hard to turn down myself if the price I hear true.

The GAA should be clamping down on this shite in the states through their association/clubs there, its against everything we stand for
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tiempo on April 25, 2022, 10:02:02 AM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: RedHand88 on April 25, 2022, 10:09:19 AM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

Why? They haven't signed a contract or anything.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: twohands!!! on April 25, 2022, 10:19:53 AM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

I was just looking at the rules re transfers - any of the 26 named on the team-sheet can't get a transfer to the US, unless they have a student J1 and even then their transfer can only be approved once Fermanagh are out of the championship.

Quote
A player who has been included on an InterCounty Senior Championship list submitted to the Referee, in accordance with Rules of Specification 2.5 (ii)(a) for a game in the current yearís Championship shall not be eligible to be accepted for Registration as a member of any Club in the USGAA Board Jurisdiction.

Exception - A player who has been included on an Inter-County Senior Championship list submitted to the Referee, in accordance with Rules of Specification 2.5 (ii)(a), for a game in the current yearís Championship, who holds a valid current J1 Visa or who is eligible for a J1 Visa and who obtains an Official J1 Sanction may be accepted for registration.

Such a player may only have his J1 Sanction approved once his team have been eliminated from the Senior Inter-County Championship (including All-Ireland qualifier games).
The J1 Visa concerned with this Exception is the J1 Work and Travel Programme Visa only Ė i.e. the four-month Visa for 3rd Level Students.

https://www.gaa.ie/api/pdfs/image/upload/ppactrpwjcyjus1m6dj8.pdf
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Under Lights on April 25, 2022, 10:23:05 AM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

Thought the rule in States was that you are only eligible if you haven't played in the intercounty championship here? We have seen this with various players opting out after league to go to States. Maybe the Fermanagh lads are just going travelling, how dare they
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Armagh18 on April 25, 2022, 10:53:21 AM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

Thought the rule in States was that you are only eligible if you haven't played in the intercounty championship here? We have seen this with various players opting out after league to go to States. Maybe the Fermanagh lads are just going travelling, how dare they
My thoughts would be why bother committing for half a year? Where they really expecting to beat Tyrone? Surely they have something to look forward to in Tailteann where they have a chance of winning the thing!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on April 25, 2022, 11:01:20 AM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

That was it 100% and missing O'Neill and McGuigan probably didn't help matters as well as Hughes getting the line.

Derry played a version of the blanket defence that day as well it was a fairly poor game of football with Derry holding Tyrone scoreless for the first half. It was a great win but then we were shite against Donegal and then went out to Longford!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: nrico2006 on April 25, 2022, 11:57:55 AM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

What I remember before the Derry game in 2006 was that it was probably the championship game that Tyrone were most affected by injuries, in my lifetime.  The team was a shell of the side that won the All Ireland just months before.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: sensethetone on April 25, 2022, 12:33:26 PM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

What I remember before the Derry game in 2006 was that it was probably the championship game that Tyrone were most affected by injuries, in my lifetime.  The team was a shell of the side that won the All Ireland just months before.

Hughes got sent of for what the Armagh full back got booked for yesterday. The loup guy Devlin had the shit scared out off Mulgrew without even doing anything(kudos).
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tbrick18 on April 25, 2022, 12:36:17 PM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

That was it 100% and missing O'Neill and McGuigan probably didn't help matters as well as Hughes getting the line.

Derry played a version of the blanket defence that day as well it was a fairly poor game of football with Derry holding Tyrone scoreless for the first half. It was a great win but then we were shite against Donegal and then went out to Longford!

I remember the late Eamon Coleman made an appearance before the game too, apparently gave a rousing team talk before the match. It was a combination of Derry being highly motivated and had a gameplan of man marking Sean Cavanagh (Liam Hinphey totally dominated him), tyrone missing a few players and making numerous mistakes.
Derry really underachieved that year....as with many years. We had the players, imo, just not the consistency or management required.

Bad as the Donegal game was, the defeat against Longford is one of the most sickening results I've ever witnessed.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: trailer on April 25, 2022, 12:50:53 PM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

That was it 100% and missing O'Neill and McGuigan probably didn't help matters as well as Hughes getting the line.

Derry played a version of the blanket defence that day as well it was a fairly poor game of football with Derry holding Tyrone scoreless for the first half. It was a great win but then we were shite against Donegal and then went out to Longford!

I remember a real eerie Healy Park before the throw in. It was as if the spectators knew what was coming. Tyrone players out on the pitch walking about. I actually rang one of them for a chat! Tyrone were dire and completely flat. Derry deserved to win but because they were terrible for the rest of the season the win was rarely spoken about.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: redcard on April 25, 2022, 01:04:01 PM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

That was it 100% and missing O'Neill and McGuigan probably didn't help matters as well as Hughes getting the line.

Derry played a version of the blanket defence that day as well it was a fairly poor game of football with Derry holding Tyrone scoreless for the first half. It was a great win but then we were shite against Donegal and then went out to Longford!

I remember a real eerie Healy Park before the throw in. It was as if the spectators knew what was coming. Tyrone players out on the pitch walking about. I actually rang one of them for a chat! Tyrone were dire and completely flat. Derry deserved to win but because they were terrible for the rest of the season the win was rarely spoken about.

The fact that the players and fans celebrated as if they had won the all Ireland was a good fore warning of what was to come
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tbrick18 on April 25, 2022, 02:32:55 PM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

That was it 100% and missing O'Neill and McGuigan probably didn't help matters as well as Hughes getting the line.

Derry played a version of the blanket defence that day as well it was a fairly poor game of football with Derry holding Tyrone scoreless for the first half. It was a great win but then we were shite against Donegal and then went out to Longford!

I remember a real eerie Healy Park before the throw in. It was as if the spectators knew what was coming. Tyrone players out on the pitch walking about. I actually rang one of them for a chat! Tyrone were dire and completely flat. Derry deserved to win but because they were terrible for the rest of the season the win was rarely spoken about.

The fact that the players and fans celebrated as if they had won the all Ireland was a good fore warning of what was to come

I don't remember that much celebrating, though I think any time will celebrate if they've just beaten the AI champions.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: clarshack on April 25, 2022, 02:37:04 PM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

That was it 100% and missing O'Neill and McGuigan probably didn't help matters as well as Hughes getting the line.

Derry played a version of the blanket defence that day as well it was a fairly poor game of football with Derry holding Tyrone scoreless for the first half. It was a great win but then we were shite against Donegal and then went out to Longford!

I remember a real eerie Healy Park before the throw in. It was as if the spectators knew what was coming. Tyrone players out on the pitch walking about. I actually rang one of them for a chat! Tyrone were dire and completely flat. Derry deserved to win but because they were terrible for the rest of the season the win was rarely spoken about.

The fact that the players and fans celebrated as if they had won the all Ireland was a good fore warning of what was to come

very much like Armagh beating Tyrone in league game back in February.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: oakleaflad on April 25, 2022, 02:41:09 PM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

That was it 100% and missing O'Neill and McGuigan probably didn't help matters as well as Hughes getting the line.

Derry played a version of the blanket defence that day as well it was a fairly poor game of football with Derry holding Tyrone scoreless for the first half. It was a great win but then we were shite against Donegal and then went out to Longford!

I remember a real eerie Healy Park before the throw in. It was as if the spectators knew what was coming. Tyrone players out on the pitch walking about. I actually rang one of them for a chat! Tyrone were dire and completely flat. Derry deserved to win but because they were terrible for the rest of the season the win was rarely spoken about.

The fact that the players and fans celebrated as if they had won the all Ireland was a good fore warning of what was to come

I don't remember that much celebrating, though I think any time will celebrate if they've just beaten the AI champions.
I don't remember that much either, certainly no more than you'd expect after just beating the AI champions, most likely because it didn't happen.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: oakleaflad on April 25, 2022, 02:43:03 PM
On the game itself this weekend i'm struggling to see a way we can win it. Not enough scoring power. Even if we manage to keep it tight for a half i'd expect Tyrone to win comfortably enough in the end.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: God14 on April 25, 2022, 03:38:25 PM
genuine question.... Have Derry beaten Tyrone in a senior competitive fixture since that game in 06?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on April 25, 2022, 03:50:09 PM
genuine question.... Have Derry beaten Tyrone in a senior competitive fixture since that game in 06?

2008
2010
2011
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: God14 on April 25, 2022, 04:04:57 PM
thanks screenexile

I was actually at the 2008 NFL one, now you mention it
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: rrhf on April 25, 2022, 05:14:21 PM
Very tricky Derry team, packed with confidence in their highly valued manager  and themselves as.a.team.  Might be a year or two away from winning an all ireland but won't be overawed by playing the holders this Sunday. First game of the year where all managers have lifted Sam Maguire.. Derry will try to shut down the likes.of Mc Curry etc but the big scores could come from further out the field.. Gallagher has succeeded.in uniting the county for the first time since the 90s.  Has them pushing the right road. Derry could benefit more than tyrone in the back door but they need an Ulster title soon. Hard one to call..
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: An Watcher on April 25, 2022, 06:57:47 PM
Great to see our neighbours back.  When I think of those battles in the 90s, great days.  Home advantage doesn't always help Tyrone, I almost prefer clones.  Don't know much about this derry team but hopefully we get the right result and a decent performance before monaghan
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: redcard on April 25, 2022, 07:27:09 PM
Heard Fermanagh had lads leave the panel the day after the Tyrone defeat as they'll be for America and the $$$ ... lads who leave a county panel in this way should have to pay back the grant funding they've had for mileage, sports supplements, boots, etc. In the interests of equality of course. Grant funding comes from the government and supporters, we're all paying for it and the system is being abused, a bit of respect for those who lay on this level of support wouldn't go amiss, as one GPA rep said recently, if you're not speaking up you're part of the problem

Regards to the topic at hand, is there any footage online of the 2006 game in Omagh

Was a bit of a narrative on here a few years ago that Derry were thugish on the day

As a Tyrone supporter my recollection was Tyrone weren't up for the game and got completely outplayed, team selection didn't help but it was Tyrone who were ill disciplined and frankly all over the shop on the day

Would like to see some highlights, hopefully something surfaces this week in the lead up to the game

That was it 100% and missing O'Neill and McGuigan probably didn't help matters as well as Hughes getting the line.

Derry played a version of the blanket defence that day as well it was a fairly poor game of football with Derry holding Tyrone scoreless for the first half. It was a great win but then we were shite against Donegal and then went out to Longford!

I remember a real eerie Healy Park before the throw in. It was as if the spectators knew what was coming. Tyrone players out on the pitch walking about. I actually rang one of them for a chat! Tyrone were dire and completely flat. Derry deserved to win but because they were terrible for the rest of the season the win was rarely spoken about.

The fact that the players and fans celebrated as if they had won the all Ireland was a good fore warning of what was to come

I don't remember that much celebrating, though I think any time will celebrate if they've just beaten the AI champions.
I don't remember that much either, certainly no more than you'd expect after just beating the AI champions, most likely because it didn't happen.

https://www.irishnews.com/sport/gaafootball/2016/05/21/news/the-day-derry-shook-up-all-ireland-champions-tyrone-in-healy-park-527174/

Crozier had this to say:

ďAt the end of the day, Tyrone was our All-Ireland final,Ē says Crozier.

ďWe took our eye off the ball after that game. Donegal beat us and they probably prepared for us the way we prepared for Tyrone.Ē

HOW THEY LINED OUT IN 2006
Tyrone: P McConnell; R McMenamin, C McGinley, C Gourley; D Harte (0-1), C Gormley, P Jordan; C Holmes, P Donnelly; (0-1, í45); B Dooher, S Cavanagh, R Mulgrew; R Mellon, K Hughes, O Mulligan (0-2 frees); Subs: J McMahon (0-1) for Holmes (h/t), M Penrose for Mulgrew (h/t), E McGinley for Mellon (53), D Carlin for Gourley (53), B Meenan for Cavanagh (66)
Derry: B Gillis; K McGuckin, K McCloy, F McEldowney; L Hinphey, P McFlynn, J OíKane (0-1); J McBride, F Doherty; M Lynch, B McGoldrick, J Diver, E Muldoon (1-3, 0-3 frees) , P Bradley (0-3, 0-1 free), E Bradley (0-1); Subs: G Donaghy for McEldowney (43), F Crossan for OíKane (57), D McIlvar for Diver (70)
Referee: D Coldrick (Meath)
Attendance: 18,150
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tbrick18 on April 25, 2022, 10:09:51 PM
Very tricky Derry team, packed with confidence in their highly valued manager  and themselves as.a.team.  Might be a year or two away from winning an all ireland but won't be overawed by playing the holders this Sunday. First game of the year where all managers have lifted Sam Maguire.. Derry will try to shut down the likes.of Mc Curry etc but the big scores could come from further out the field.. Gallagher has succeeded.in uniting the county for the first time since the 90s.  Has them pushing the right road. Derry could benefit more than tyrone in the back door but they need an Ulster title soon. Hard one to call..

I would have agreed before we played Roscommon and Galway and before Mcfaul left the panel.
Now rumours of mckinless leaving too, I wouldn't give us much of a chance now.
I don't know where we'd get the scores from. Maybe if we can keep it ultra low scoring we can nip it by a point...I'd take a 7-6 victory :)
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fear ůn Srath BŠn on April 25, 2022, 11:44:41 PM
Conor Mc Kenna cleared for this one, as if it were ever in any real doubt.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Wildweasel74 on April 26, 2022, 12:05:47 AM
So on what point did he get off on?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fear ůn Srath BŠn on April 26, 2022, 12:15:14 AM
Possibly because it was never a red card in the first instance.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Under Lights on April 26, 2022, 06:40:27 AM
PH for Michael O'Neill is the only change I expect from the first day out
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: God14 on April 26, 2022, 07:58:58 AM
PH for Michael O'Neill is the only change I expect from the first day out

Id agree with that. McKenna a nice impact sub to introduce second half with his pace & direct running.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: NotedObserver on April 26, 2022, 08:12:50 AM
Would agree McKenna unlikely to start but deserves to after the impact he made. Other option is Harte in for Brennan and McKenna in for Oneill
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: oakleaflad on April 26, 2022, 08:58:04 AM
Very tricky Derry team, packed with confidence in their highly valued manager  and themselves as.a.team.  Might be a year or two away from winning an all ireland but won't be overawed by playing the holders this Sunday. First game of the year where all managers have lifted Sam Maguire.. Derry will try to shut down the likes.of Mc Curry etc but the big scores could come from further out the field.. Gallagher has succeeded.in uniting the county for the first time since the 90s.  Has them pushing the right road. Derry could benefit more than tyrone in the back door but they need an Ulster title soon. Hard one to call..
I'd like to think i'm optimistic but this is a bit much  ;D We're nowhere near it.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on April 26, 2022, 09:20:45 AM
Very tricky Derry team, packed with confidence in their highly valued manager  and themselves as.a.team.  Might be a year or two away from winning an all ireland but won't be overawed by playing the holders this Sunday. First game of the year where all managers have lifted Sam Maguire.. Derry will try to shut down the likes.of Mc Curry etc but the big scores could come from further out the field.. Gallagher has succeeded.in uniting the county for the first time since the 90s.  Has them pushing the right road. Derry could benefit more than tyrone in the back door but they need an Ulster title soon. Hard one to call..
I'd like to think i'm optimistic but this is a bit much  ;D We're nowhere near it.

Always be wary of a Tyrone man giving praise.... there's usually an ulterior motive!!!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Redhand Santa on April 26, 2022, 10:59:58 AM
Would agree McKenna unlikely to start but deserves to after the impact he made. Other option is Harte in for Brennan and McKenna in for Oneill

It's hard to know what to do with McKenna. It's hard leaving him out after the second half the last day but can he repeat that kind of performance from the start. Maybe need to find that out now in Ulster. Playing the way he did the last day he starts ahead of Sludden for me. Though it's a risky call as Sludden is more consistent.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Estimator on April 26, 2022, 12:35:17 PM
I think the Tyrone management could pick themselves for the game on Sunday and they would still win with a few points to spare.  Theyíve already a Championship game under their belt, time to iron out any issues against Fermanagh, and work on those in training.  They've the boost of players returning from injury or having suspensions over turned.  Derry havenít had a competitive fixture in 5 weeks, and that was a match they made v hard work off, and rumours of lads leaving the panel.

Unfortunately, there will be no surprises in this fixture. Itíll probably pan out the same as the Prelim in Omagh in 2019. It might be close in the early stages but Tyrone will still be able to keep Derry at arms length, before pulling away and winning comfortably.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Wildweasel74 on April 26, 2022, 01:00:07 PM
Before Galway I fancied it tight, but we were so poor that day I can't seen a thing else that Tyrone by 7, we're not on as good as form as last Yr going Into the Donegal game, McFall, J Doherty, McAvoy left, McKinless possible, Mc Williams, P McNeill, K McKeigue Injured, last 2 long term, plus players like Mcgoldrick, O'brien, Bell not committing/left out, has left the Derry panel no-where near as strong as it should be. Suppose simply there other things to do in life if your not getting regular fball, as at the end of the day it's a recreational sport where there has to be some sort of satisfaction in playing the game.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: shawshank on April 26, 2022, 01:27:56 PM
Why are you even talking about Bell & O Brien, they didn't want the hard yards it takes for success at this level. Every county has them, not driven or ambitious enough for this level. K Mc Kaigue is not injured. Doherty & Mc Avoy left as they weren't getting game time, and I can understand their reasons, no criticism, but in my view are just a bit short for that level.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Jeremiah O on April 26, 2022, 03:47:46 PM
Can see this being an extremely tight game,a couple of points either way.
The Galway game aside,Derry's defence was very tight throughout the league.They're well capable of nulifying the Tyrone attack.

Fermanagh got through us way too easily and probably should have bagged another couple of goals.
Tyrone will need to produce a much better performance on Sunday.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Which Derryman takes the shot?
Post by: rrhf on April 26, 2022, 06:37:54 PM
Last year Tyrone only took Donegal when Michael Murphy lost the head, otherwise you may have been looking at a Donegal shot at Sam.  Derry had the beating of that same Donegal team, only they played pass the parcel and nobody took the shot, and the referee lost patience...
No doubt a fundamental question rifling through Rory Gallagher's head 1 year on,  which Derry man will take the shot?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: ONeill on April 26, 2022, 06:46:03 PM
Derry have been lying in the long grass for this one and if there's one county that likes lying in grass it's the cousin fanciers.

Can see Glass really announcing himself on the national stage on Sunday.

And who will shake the spit-riddled hands of Gallagher?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: rrhf on April 26, 2022, 07:06:51 PM
Derry have been lying in the long grass for this one and if there's one county that likes lying in grass it's the cousin fanciers.

Can see Glass really announcing himself on the national stage on Sunday.

And who will shake the spit-riddled hands of Gallagher?
Agree with all of that.
From Guardian Sports International.
After the runaway success of Derry girls; this weekend the focus is on the Derry lads, and who would back against them. Guardian Sports International met up with 3 Derry cousins, all with the same name, and who did not want to be named, in a low budget eaterie near Toomebridge.... to be continued...
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Sportacus on April 26, 2022, 11:10:54 PM
I think Tyrone will pull away.  They are hitting form nicely.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Silver hill on April 26, 2022, 11:39:34 PM
Derry have been lying in the long grass for this one and if there's one county that likes lying in grass it's the cousin fanciers.

Can see Glass really announcing himself on the national stage on Sunday.

And who will shake the spit-riddled hands of Gallagher?
Agree with all of that.
From Guardian Sports International.


After the runaway success of Derry girls; this weekend the focus is on the Derry lads, and who would back against them. Guardian Sports International met up with 3 Derry cousins, all with the same name, and who did not want to be named, in a low budget eaterie near Toomebridge.... to be continued...

Almost funny.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Whishtup on April 27, 2022, 12:53:02 AM
It might come down to having that bit extra to get over the line. Psychologically, Tyrone have the edge over Derry, Monaghan, Donegal, even Kerry and Mayo. Just don't know about Dublin, Galway and maybe Armagh. Should win this one well. Derry struggled to get over the line towards the latter stages of div 2 when it mattered. That would be a concern for them. But they are much improved and hopefully will provide a stern test.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: J70 on April 27, 2022, 01:00:02 AM
It might come down to having that bit extra to get over the line. Psychologically, Tyrone have the edge over Derry, Monaghan, Donegal, even Kerry and Mayo. Just don't know about Dublin, Galway and maybe Armagh. Should win this one well. Derry struggled to get over the line towards the latter stages of div 2 when it mattered. That would be a concern for them. But they are much improved and hopefully will provide a stern test.

Tyrone have a psychological edge over Donegal?

They've lost five of their last six league and championship games against Donegal.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Whishtup on April 27, 2022, 01:24:08 AM
It might come down to having that bit extra to get over the line. Psychologically, Tyrone have the edge over Derry, Monaghan, Donegal, even Kerry and Mayo. Just don't know about Dublin, Galway and maybe Armagh. Should win this one well. Derry struggled to get over the line towards the latter stages of div 2 when it mattered. That would be a concern for them. But they are much improved and hopefully will provide a stern test.

Tyrone have a psychological edge over Donegal?

They've lost five of their last six league and championship games against Donegal.

Tyrone have their number. Last year will hurt. And, bar 2020 which was a freak year, Tyrone have beat them when it mattered. No fear there.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Never beat the deeler on April 27, 2022, 07:08:08 AM
It might come down to having that bit extra to get over the line. Psychologically, Tyrone have the edge over Derry, Monaghan, Donegal, even Kerry and Mayo. Just don't know about Dublin, Galway and maybe Armagh. Should win this one well. Derry struggled to get over the line towards the latter stages of div 2 when it mattered. That would be a concern for them. But they are much improved and hopefully will provide a stern test.

Tyrone have a psychological edge over Donegal?

They've lost five of their last six league and championship games against Donegal.

Exactly. Rent free
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: J70 on April 27, 2022, 09:00:47 AM
It might come down to having that bit extra to get over the line. Psychologically, Tyrone have the edge over Derry, Monaghan, Donegal, even Kerry and Mayo. Just don't know about Dublin, Galway and maybe Armagh. Should win this one well. Derry struggled to get over the line towards the latter stages of div 2 when it mattered. That would be a concern for them. But they are much improved and hopefully will provide a stern test.

Tyrone have a psychological edge over Donegal?

They've lost five of their last six league and championship games against Donegal.

Tyrone have their number. Last year will hurt. And, bar 2020 which was a freak year, Tyrone have beat them when it mattered. No fear there.

Suit yourself.

Iíve been listening to Tyrone arrogance on this board for years (not all supporters to be clear). Yet itís been about 50/50 between the two counties all through that time. Only one-sided games over the past decade were 2017 and 2019 (one each).
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: rrhf on April 27, 2022, 09:04:24 AM
Rory Gallagher has never beaten Tyrone as Derry or Donegal supremo except for a bit of a blip in 2015. Unbelievable record otherwise just not against Tyrone.. can this change by Sunday at 6.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: the_daddy on April 27, 2022, 09:23:21 AM
Rory Gallagher has never beaten Tyrone as Derry or Donegal supremo. Unbelievable record otherwise just not against Tyrone.. can this change by Sunday at 6.
2015?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: J70 on April 27, 2022, 10:10:23 AM
Rory Gallagher has never beaten Tyrone as Derry or Donegal supremo. Unbelievable record otherwise just not against Tyrone.. can this change by Sunday at 6.
2015?

Yes.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: rrhf on April 27, 2022, 10:54:00 AM
Yes perhaps that result might inject a bit of self confidence into him, but he is bound to be overthinking this one...
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyroneman on April 27, 2022, 12:34:59 PM
If anything Donegal have had Tyrone's number this past decade.

Let's not forget Donegal were looking decent prior to a penalty miss and Murphy sending off last year....
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on April 27, 2022, 12:50:56 PM
If anything Donegal have had Tyrone's number this past decade.

Let's not forget Donegal were looking decent prior to a penalty miss and Murphy sending off last year....

Donegal have had the better of tyrone however it was always very close. Donegal always got the rub of the green. Remember when Joe mcmahon got knocked out by a punch to the head and the Donegal man got a yellow for it.

Last year tyrone played 20 mins without a man down due to 2 black cards so it was even enough. The penalty should never have been given as it was given for a last man tackle however there were 2 tyrone defenders still there.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: clubman21 on April 27, 2022, 12:53:43 PM
The penalty was given for a foul in the box, doesn't matter how many might have been between the goal and the attacker
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on April 27, 2022, 01:18:03 PM
Could see this being a niggly, nasty low scoring war of attrition. Derry will have the greater need for victory but I just hope they aren't stifled by an ultra cautious approach. If they aren't then I can see them springing a mild surprise here as Tyrone have very little to bring off the bench this year.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tiempo on April 27, 2022, 01:24:52 PM
Donegal are a quality side and I have a bit of a soft spot for them with the exception of that eejit Declan Bonner.

They let one get away v Kerry in the AIF
They would have seriously pinned Dublin in 2018 but McBrearty's injury took the wind out of their sails
Had Tyrone in a bad place last year and on another day would've won
Have a very good record against Tyrone the last 10 years and are a serious threat and contender for Sam
They have some serious players and whoever beats them will have to be at the top of their game
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on April 27, 2022, 01:26:07 PM
The penalty was given for a foul in the box, doesn't matter how many might have been between the goal and the attacker

The cynical foul rule was used which applied to the last man. Brennan wasn't the last man therefore no penalty should have been given
https://www.rte.ie/sport/gaa/2021/0718/1235813-slick-tyrone-too-strong-for-donegal-as-murphy-sees-red/

Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: nrico2006 on April 27, 2022, 01:39:37 PM
If anything Donegal have had Tyrone's number this past decade.

Let's not forget Donegal were looking decent prior to a penalty miss and Murphy sending off last year....

Donegal were ahead of Tyrone in the earlier part of the decade but Tyrone have had the better of them since 2016 on.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Derry Optimist on April 27, 2022, 01:44:06 PM
Going by many of the posters here Tyrone have already beaten Derry and the only game left in the Championship is the Ulster Final against Donegal! On further examination they are probably right as we may not have a bench at all!

After all for a variety of reasons ( some genuine injuries,others left the panel when needed most)there will be practically no one on the bench with Championship experience.Missing from the bench or the team will be Karl McKaigue,Ciaran McFaul,Paul McNeill,Oisin McWilliams,Jack Doherty,Michael McEvoy and Shane Heavron.

Shea Downey will probably be our only recognised defender ie if he is not on the team itself.

If I were Rory Gallagher and Team Management  I know what my pre match script would be! Yes boys we can do it and we will.Doire Abu.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyroneman on April 27, 2022, 02:43:02 PM
If anything Donegal have had Tyrone's number this past decade.

Let's not forget Donegal were looking decent prior to a penalty miss and Murphy sending off last year....

Donegal were ahead of Tyrone in the earlier part of the decade but Tyrone have had the better of them since 2016 on.

Not much in it 2nd half, ....if you step back a year and count from 2015..it's 3 each in the championship

2010 - 2014 = Donegal



Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: J70 on April 27, 2022, 02:56:16 PM
If anything Donegal have had Tyrone's number this past decade.

Let's not forget Donegal were looking decent prior to a penalty miss and Murphy sending off last year....

Donegal were ahead of Tyrone in the earlier part of the decade but Tyrone have had the better of them since 2016 on.

Not much in it 2nd half, ....if you step back a year and count from 2015..it's 3 each in the championship

2010 - 2014 = Donegal

4 to Tyrone actually. 2018 Super 8s plus '16, '17 and '21 in Ulster.

Anyway lads, we're derailing a Tyrone- DERRY thread. :)
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: rrhf on April 27, 2022, 04:49:26 PM
Exactly. No doubt who Donegal want to get their teeth into. Derry will have a go and if they are in the game in the last quarter who knows? Tyrone have the target on their back from referees this year. Last year we were too nice and everybody hated it. They dont like us being nice..   
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: ONeill on April 27, 2022, 06:50:04 PM
30 years ago Derry ripped our hearts out twice in a lock of weeks. That was hard going. Plunkett and all that.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: J70 on April 28, 2022, 12:11:01 AM
30 years ago Derry ripped our hearts out twice in a lock of weeks. That was hard going. Plunkett and all that.

Was it Plunket who spilled the last minute free into the net in the league final?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: lenny on April 28, 2022, 07:09:44 AM
Fancy Tyrone to win this by 5 or 6. Theyíre far too dirty and streetwise for a young, naive but talented Derry side.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fear ůn Srath BŠn on April 28, 2022, 09:08:02 AM
30 years ago Derry ripped our hearts out twice in a lock of weeks. That was hard going. Plunkett and all that.

Was it Plunket who spilled the last minute free into the net in the league final?

Yep, though he is forgiven, just!  ;)
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Estimator on April 28, 2022, 09:35:42 AM
30 years ago Derry ripped our hearts out twice in a lock of weeks. That was hard going. Plunkett and all that.

Was it Plunket who spilled the last minute free into the net in the league final?

Not that it makes much of a difference, but it was a '45 from Tohill that he spilled into the net. Big Finbarr made a point blank save from Bateson that went out. Tohill aimed for Plunkett from the resultant '45  ;D
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Estimator on April 28, 2022, 09:38:42 AM
Fancy Tyrone to win this by 5 or 6. Theyíre far too dirty and streetwise for a young, naive but talented Derry side.

PP have set the handicap at -3 for Tyrone. Can get that at evens. Buying money.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: trueblue1234 on April 28, 2022, 09:54:52 AM
Fancy Tyrone to win this by 5 or 6. Theyíre far too dirty and streetwise for a young, naive but talented Derry side.

Just better. Much better.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: An Watcher on April 28, 2022, 10:03:37 AM
Finbarr
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on April 28, 2022, 11:52:48 AM
Fancy Tyrone to win this by 5 or 6. Theyíre far too dirty and streetwise for a young, naive but talented Derry side.

Will be a good learning experience for our lads and hopefully they will begin to be able to use some of the dark arts to their advantage over the next few years!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on April 28, 2022, 12:25:41 PM
Fancy Tyrone to win this by 5 or 6. Theyíre far too dirty and streetwise for a young, naive but talented Derry side.

Will be a good learning experience for our lads and hopefully they will begin to be able to use some of the dark arts to their advantage over the next few years!

Maybe you could get them to watch a few old Derry videos and teach them how to blow kisses?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Jeremiah O on April 28, 2022, 01:34:54 PM
Iím nearly sure someone on the young,naive and talented Derry side eye gouged a Galway player not so long ago👀
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on April 28, 2022, 01:39:44 PM
Fancy Tyrone to win this by 5 or 6. Theyíre far too dirty and streetwise for a young, naive but talented Derry side.

Will be a good learning experience for our lads and hopefully they will begin to be able to use some of the dark arts to their advantage over the next few years!
Maybe you could get them to watch a few old Derry videos and teach them how to blow kisses?
Maybe Tyrone will score in the first half this time?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Walter Cronc on April 28, 2022, 02:08:06 PM
Iím nearly sure someone on the young,naive and talented Derry side eye gouged a Galway player not so long ago👀

One of the Tyrone members  8)
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: God14 on April 28, 2022, 02:13:35 PM
Iím nearly sure someone on the young,naive and talented Derry side eye gouged a Galway player not so long ago👀

One of the Tyrone members  8)

 ;D   LOL
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Jeremiah O on April 28, 2022, 02:32:11 PM
He was taught that oul rascality in the Oak Leaf county😂
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Mikhailov on April 28, 2022, 03:24:03 PM
Fancy Tyrone to win this by 5 or 6. Theyíre far too dirty and streetwise for a young, naive but talented Derry side.

Young Derry sideÖ.! Naive Ö.! Catch a grip. Loads of Derry players have vast experience at county level, international level and at club Ulster level. Donít come on here with that BSÖ.
Who are your young players? Lynch, McCloskey, Doherty, McGrogan etc are all 23/24 years - hardly wet behind the ears.
Some of your subs maybe young but that is because Gallagher wouldnít let them concentrate on U20ís and develop via that route.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: quit yo jibbajabba on April 28, 2022, 03:27:59 PM
Lenny with a decent sized catch today 😉
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on April 28, 2022, 03:50:16 PM
Lenny with a decent sized catch today 😉

Like shooting fish in a barrel fair play to him!!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: trueblue1234 on April 28, 2022, 04:21:33 PM
To be fair, given Lennyís inane rambling on this site, Iíd not put it past being his actual thoughts. God love him.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: lenny on April 28, 2022, 04:34:23 PM
Lenny with a decent sized catch today 😉

Like shooting fish in a barrel fair play to him!!

😂👌
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: ONeill on April 30, 2022, 09:38:55 AM
Derry should have beaten us in 03.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: square_ball on April 30, 2022, 10:05:05 AM
Derry should have beaten us in 03.

Bradley put on some show in the drawn game and then in typical Derry fashion shit the bed in the replay and the game was over at half time. 
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fuzzman on April 30, 2022, 10:44:27 AM
Why are the teams not released any more?
I used to look forward to the Thursday night team naming?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: lenny on April 30, 2022, 11:50:13 AM
Derry should have beaten us in 03.

Bradley put on some show in the drawn game and then in typical Derry fashion shit the bed in the replay and the game was over at half time.

Yeah, rewrite history there why donít you. Bradley destroyed mcmenanin the first day so Tyrone triple marked him the second day. Also most of the Derry players werenít focused on that game because of a terrible tragedy which happened the evening before.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Champion The Wonder Horse on April 30, 2022, 12:20:40 PM
Derry should have beaten us in 03.

Bradley put on some show in the drawn game and then in typical Derry fashion shit the bed in the replay and the game was over at half time.

Yeah, rewrite history there why donít you. Bradley destroyed mcmenanin the first day so Tyrone triple marked him the second day. Also most of the Derry players werenít focused on that game because of a terrible tragedy which happened the evening before.

McManamin didnít start the drawn game, if my memory is correct.

Fergal doc missed a chance to put Derry four up near the end.

But square_ball sounds like a classy chap.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/northern_ireland/gaelic_games/3038151.stm (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/northern_ireland/gaelic_games/3038151.stm)

Looks like I was right on both counts. First game I ever saw an imaginary card being waved.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Jeremiah O on April 30, 2022, 08:32:37 PM
Mickey McGee was on Bradley the first day.
McMenamin marked him in Casement.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Under Lights on April 30, 2022, 08:33:45 PM
Why are the teams not released any more?
I used to look forward to the Thursday night team naming?

Logans decision. Doesn't want to give anything away apparently and doesn't want players not giving their all if they are not in 26 or 15
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: square_ball on April 30, 2022, 08:55:31 PM
Derry should have beaten us in 03.

Bradley put on some show in the drawn game and then in typical Derry fashion shit the bed in the replay and the game was over at half time.

Yeah, rewrite history there why donít you. Bradley destroyed mcmenanin the first day so Tyrone triple marked him the second day. Also most of the Derry players werenít focused on that game because of a terrible tragedy which happened the evening before.

Like shooting fish in a barrel.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Under Lights on May 01, 2022, 12:55:46 PM
Big turnover in the Tyrone bench from last day
Joe Oguz, Cormac Monroe, Jonathan Monroe, Peter Harte, Rory Donnelly all coming in
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Dire Ear on May 01, 2022, 12:58:27 PM
Big turnover in the Tyrone bench from last day
Joe Oguz, Cormac Monroe, Jonathan Monroe, Peter Harte, Rory Donnelly all coming in

Is Rory Donnelly from Killyclogher ?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: trailer on May 01, 2022, 01:39:10 PM
Derry should have beaten us in 03.

Bradley put on some show in the drawn game and then in typical Derry fashion shit the bed in the replay and the game was over at half time.

Yeah, rewrite history there why donít you. Bradley destroyed mcmenanin the first day so Tyrone triple marked him the second day. Also most of the Derry players werenít focused on that game because of a terrible tragedy which happened the evening before.

McGee marked him first day out. McMenanin marked him the 2nd day and never gave him a kick. Bradley couldn't handle the Ricey treatment. Culminated in him missing a 14 yard free. I heard some rumours about what Ricey said and did to him but not repeatable here.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Walter Cronc on May 01, 2022, 03:49:56 PM
Is this on bbc NI website?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Walter Cronc on May 01, 2022, 03:57:31 PM

Is this on bbc NI website?

Lads?? Anybody??
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:00:21 PM

Is this on bbc NI website?

Lads?? Anybody??

Donít think so
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:02:17 PM
Canít see this being too pretty!!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: clarshack on May 01, 2022, 04:14:02 PM
Derry have dragged us down to their level here.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:16:40 PM
f**k off ref!

Thatís 3 times heís given Tyrone a free and not us for the same thing!!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: imtommygunn on May 01, 2022, 04:17:06 PM
Unpopular opinion. Mckaigue is far too ponderous on the ball. I have always thought that.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: oakleaflad on May 01, 2022, 04:17:55 PM
f**k off ref!

Thatís 3 times heís given Tyrone a free and not us for the same thing!!
Thought the same
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: HiMucker on May 01, 2022, 04:20:28 PM
McShane a diving hoor!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: straightred on May 01, 2022, 04:20:41 PM
f**k off ref!

Thatís 3 times heís given Tyrone a free and not us for the same thing!!
Thought the same
doesn't take much to knock mcshane over
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Milltown Row2 on May 01, 2022, 04:23:12 PM
How long are you allowed to take a free/45?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Mario on May 01, 2022, 04:23:29 PM
Very handy frees for Tyrone, sickening.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Schkite on May 01, 2022, 04:24:22 PM
Did think myself that the ref has done Tyrone a few favours so far

Impressed with how Derry have started this though, they're getting stuck into Tyrone and not letting them get comfortable, and have hit a few lovely scores. Dropped a few short too though, but couldn't be too critical of them so far.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Dreadnought on May 01, 2022, 04:26:04 PM
Agreeing with the comments on the ref, Derry have to work that bit harder for a free, yet Tyrone getting them handier for a similar
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Schkite on May 01, 2022, 04:27:04 PM
Brainless shite there from Kennedy, petulant kick
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 04:27:14 PM
should be a red card  yes it  is
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:27:34 PM
Jesus that lad is fierce stupid!!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 04:28:29 PM
are tyrone falling apart
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:28:49 PM
Is that not a red for Harte too??
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Orior on May 01, 2022, 04:28:54 PM
FFS, it will be Tyrone v Armagh in the qualifiers
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Schkite on May 01, 2022, 04:29:21 PM
Tyrone in some bother now
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Blowitupref on May 01, 2022, 04:30:43 PM
A sending off and a scored penalty within a minute. Derry in the box seat 1-7 to 0-4 ahead 30 minutes played.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 04:30:54 PM
atmosphere a bit flat they saying
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 01, 2022, 04:30:59 PM
should be a red card  yes it  is

Was always going to be a red. Completely needless. There wasn't even much in it to warrant lashing out
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Hound on May 01, 2022, 04:31:26 PM
Did Darragh Maloney say that was Derryís third goal in the Ulster championship in 10 years??
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Nanderson on May 01, 2022, 04:32:02 PM
Is that not a red for Harte too??
why would it be a red?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: seafoid on May 01, 2022, 04:32:21 PM
Tyrone needed some luck to get through Ulster last year. Maybe this match could be mean reversion.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Hound on May 01, 2022, 04:34:23 PM
Is that not a red for Harte too??
Under what rule?

Potentially a black if it was a deliberate pull down, but I think a penalty with no card was the right decision. I donít think he was trying to foul, but he did, and no more than that.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyroneman on May 01, 2022, 04:35:52 PM
Can't understand Harte starting today ..he's been well off his game, doesn't look near the pace of it
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Schkite on May 01, 2022, 04:36:24 PM
Tyrone proper rattled now, giving away handy ball and making sloppy mistakes, half time can't come quick enough for them.

Derry are in a fantastic position, but just need to settle themselves and work the scores a bit better, they're getting plenty of ball inside the Tyrone 45. You don't want to let time pass and start letting the more experienced team back into the game
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 01, 2022, 04:37:10 PM
Can't understand Harte starting today ..he's been well off his game, doesn't look near the pace of it

Yeah thought it would be have been better if he came on in the 2nd half.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:37:36 PM
Is that not a red for Harte too??
Under what rule?

Potentially a black if it was a deliberate pull down, but I think a penalty with no card was the right decision. I donít think he was trying to foul, but he did, and no more than that.

Sorry youíre right it was a black I got the rule confused
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: HiMucker on May 01, 2022, 04:37:41 PM
McKinless has been unreal
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Blowitupref on May 01, 2022, 04:38:31 PM
Half time Tyrone 0-4 Derry 1-8. Couldn't have gone any better for Derry or worse for Tyrone that half.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: David McKeown on May 01, 2022, 04:39:22 PM
Is that not a red for Harte too??
Under what rule?

Potentially a black if it was a deliberate pull down, but I think a penalty with no card was the right decision. I donít think he was trying to foul, but he did, and no more than that.

Sorry youíre right it was a black I got the rule confused

I didnít think it was a black card.  A foul yes but not a black
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:40:09 PM
Derry miles the better team McKinless and Rogerís have been immense along with a few others.

McGuigan hasnít been in the game at all and weíre winning by 7. They can take nothing for granted though a goal changes it and the ref will be keen to even things up as heís only given us calls that were nailed on where heís happy enough to give Tyrone marginal calls.

Long way to go!

Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:40:36 PM
Is that not a red for Harte too??
Under what rule?

Potentially a black if it was a deliberate pull down, but I think a penalty with no card was the right decision. I donít think he was trying to foul, but he did, and no more than that.

Sorry youíre right it was a black I got the rule confused

I didnít think it was a black card.  A foul yes but not a black

They changed the black card to include a deliberate foul stopping a goal scoring opportunity!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:42:31 PM
atmosphere a bit flat they saying

Long may it continue!!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: clarshack on May 01, 2022, 04:43:03 PM
Shocking from Tyrone and itís not often Iíll say a game is over at h/t but this is.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 04:48:17 PM
Shocking from Tyrone and itís not often Iíll say a game is over at h/t but this is.

Itís not!!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 01, 2022, 04:49:28 PM
Shocking from Tyrone and itís not often Iíll say a game is over at h/t but this is.

Itís not!!

LOL think everyone knows it is. Tyrone may hope they can build some sort of momentum and discipline in the qualifiers.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Captain Obvious on May 01, 2022, 04:50:01 PM
Derry miles the better team McKinless and Rogerís have been immense along with a few others.

McGuigan hasnít been in the game at all and weíre winning by 7. They can take nothing for granted though a goal changes it and the ref will be keen to even things up as heís only given us calls that were nailed on where heís happy enough to give Tyrone marginal calls.

Long way to go!
Derry lads will be kicking themselves for many years to come if they don't win from this position now.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: oakleaflad on May 01, 2022, 04:51:13 PM
Shocking from Tyrone and itís not often Iíll say a game is over at h/t but this is.

Itís not!!

LOL think everyone knows it is. Tyrone may hope they can build some sort of momentum and discipline in the qualifiers.
I don't think it is. Tyrone are All Ireland Champions. If Derry can do it in one half, Tyrone can do it in the other.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: RedHand88 on May 01, 2022, 05:00:51 PM
Theres no way Tyrone are pulling back 8 points against a Rory Gallagher team. Derry wans will be blaring their horns through Cookstown tonight.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Itchy on May 01, 2022, 05:01:49 PM
Tyrone not even having a go here, bizarre
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 05:02:11 PM
Derry started poorly this half too pedestrian. That was never a free for Meyler either this ref is horrible!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: straightred on May 01, 2022, 05:03:11 PM
Its far from over. A stupid turnover led to a tyrone point there. This could go either way
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Gael85 on May 01, 2022, 05:03:56 PM
13/2 for Tyrone to win.. 11/1 for draw.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: oakleaflad on May 01, 2022, 05:04:03 PM
The over-carrying calls when boys are getting fouled is the annoying part for me
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Schkite on May 01, 2022, 05:04:28 PM
Thought Derry could have had a crack at goal there, they got possession when Morgan was still well off his line and no Tyrone player was back covering
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Schkite on May 01, 2022, 05:05:27 PM
Holy God, Derry really butchered that, Morgan is getting away lightly here with how Tyrone are losing the ball with him off his line
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Orior on May 01, 2022, 05:12:14 PM
Rory Gallagher is the Rafa Nadal of Gaelic Football.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 05:16:14 PM
Jesus Christ ref!! 🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyroneman on May 01, 2022, 05:17:31 PM
Red card there.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: straightred on May 01, 2022, 05:17:59 PM
Red card there.
yeah - could easily have been
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyroneman on May 01, 2022, 05:19:04 PM
Tyrone have been rank rotten all year. Playing in fits and starts. Doesn't help that McShane is currently a shadow of the forward he was.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Blowitupref on May 01, 2022, 05:19:43 PM
Looking good for Derry 61 minutes played 1-14 to 0-9 ahead.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 01, 2022, 05:21:05 PM
This heavy defeat could either turn tyrone season around or see them wimper out at the first game in the qualifiers. What is wrong with tyrone teams that they can't even mount a half ass defence of their AIs
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyroneman on May 01, 2022, 05:21:24 PM
Tyrone might want to consider going for goal.....
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: RedHand88 on May 01, 2022, 05:21:44 PM
Well done Derry, enjoy the celebrations.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 01, 2022, 05:23:06 PM
Tyrone have been rank rotten all year. Playing in fits and starts. Doesn't help that McShane is currently a shadow of the forward he was.

He has been given enough chances this year. He needs to drop back to the bench as an impact sub. Mckenna is the same. Those lads play far better off the bench than they do starting.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: clarshack on May 01, 2022, 05:24:21 PM
Well done Derry, enjoy the celebrations.

Theyíll likely get beat next day out against Monaghan lol.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Schkite on May 01, 2022, 05:24:48 PM
Tyrone have been absolutely rotten, I'd have expected an experienced team like them - never mind the reigning AI champs - to come out after half time and really put it up to Derry. But they hardly looked bothered, it was all too easy for Derry to control the game and keep tapping over scores.

With the new format, there are basically no easy goes in the first round of the qualifiers now, Tyrone need to turn things around drastically.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Mourne Red on May 01, 2022, 05:25:12 PM
Tyrone discipline this year has been shocking
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: trueblue1234 on May 01, 2022, 05:25:19 PM
No one else think this performance was coming?

Tackling the biggest issue this year. Discipline all over the shop.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 05:26:40 PM
Good display by Derry but Tyrone have been shocking. The game was over from a long way out and Tyrone could go down as the worst AI champions in a very long time. When so many players leave a squad at the same time there must be some issues and it is bound to have an impact. Wouldíve been a great moment if Doherty had lobbed Morgan but he didnít back himself.

I would reserve judgement on Derry for now as Monaghan will be smiling tonight with their nemesis knocked out of the way.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: straightred on May 01, 2022, 05:27:01 PM
2 of the stupidest reds you'll ever see today
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyroneman on May 01, 2022, 05:27:40 PM
Congrats to Derry, got everything right.

Tyrone players and management have some serious thinking to do
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: straightred on May 01, 2022, 05:27:54 PM
Good display by Derry but Tyrone have been shocking. The game was over from a long way out and Tyrone could go down as the worst AI champions in a very long time. When so many players leave a squad at the same time there must be some issues and it is bound to have an impact. Wouldíve been a great moment if Doherty had lobbed Morgan but he didnít back himself.

I would reserve judgement on Derry for now as Monaghan will be smiling tonight with their nemesis knocked out of the way.
Dont know about that. Monaghan wouldn't want to take them lightly. They played the extra man very well
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Dreadnought on May 01, 2022, 05:28:35 PM
Tyrone stinking out the place, and the signs were all there now we see it
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: J70 on May 01, 2022, 05:28:55 PM
Well done Derry, enjoy the celebrations.

Theyíll likely get beat next day out against Monaghan lol.

No reason they canít beat Monaghan.

They seriously put it up to Donegal last year and could have won that game. Whatever about how dire Tyrone have been today and the margin, a Derry win here is no shock.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Dreadnought on May 01, 2022, 05:29:40 PM
Well done Derry, enjoy the celebrations.

Theyíll likely get beat next day out against Monaghan lol.

What makes you say that? Monaghan no world beaters and Derry have announced themselves with this performance.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: greatpoint on May 01, 2022, 05:30:04 PM
When was the last time the All-Ireland champions didnít reach their provincial final the following year?
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Shamrock Shore on May 01, 2022, 05:30:23 PM
Tyrone were cat. Worst performance by an All Ireland holders in a long long time.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 05:30:30 PM
so Tyrone still have to win 5 matches to win all Ireland the same amount of games they would need to win if they have had won today the only real disadvantage is they have to play a provincial champion in a quarter final
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 05:31:21 PM
Good display by Derry but Tyrone have been shocking. The game was over from a long way out and Tyrone could go down as the worst AI champions in a very long time. When so many players leave a squad at the same time there must be some issues and it is bound to have an impact. Wouldíve been a great moment if Doherty had lobbed Morgan but he didnít back himself.

I would reserve judgement on Derry for now as Monaghan will be smiling tonight with their nemesis knocked out of the way.
Dont know about that. Monaghan wouldn't want to take them lightly. They played the extra man very well

They are capable of beating Monaghan and if they do beat Tyrone and Monaghan back to back then a definite reassessment of their level would be needed.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: screenexile on May 01, 2022, 05:31:51 PM
Serious performance from Derry to a man, hard to criticise anyone on that team what a brilliant brilliant performance and all involved deserve a lot of credit.

It doesnít mean a whole lot unless we kick on and beat Monaghan but we shouldnít fear anyone after beating the All Ireland champions.

Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

I just hope this is the start of us challenging again and it would seem to be with the current crop and a few of the minor lads to come through.

Onwards and upwards!!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Schkite on May 01, 2022, 05:32:09 PM
Monaghan won't take Derry lightly, it's not like they've squeezed past Tyrone with a bit of luck, they've absolutely dominated them and never really looked in bother. A performance like that deserves attention.

The greater challenge may be for Derry to settle themselves again after such a huge win over their rivals, and realise this is only step 1/3 in Ulster. I've no doubt Gallagher will have that drilled into them though.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Blowitupref on May 01, 2022, 05:33:32 PM
Outstanding performance by Derry won every major battle and contest on the field. FT Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 05:34:12 PM
what odds were a tyrone win
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Main Street on May 01, 2022, 05:34:20 PM
Tyrone put in a much worse performance than Down, considering the difference in player quality.
 Kudos to Derry, bossed the game to perfection from start to finish, as if they had already planned in training for closing out the game when 7 points ahead in the 2nd half. 
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Shamrock Shore on May 01, 2022, 05:35:24 PM
In fairness to the Dubs it took them 6 All Irelands in a row to be sick of it.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 05:35:31 PM
so will donegal be thinking its there ulster championship to lose now
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: clarshack on May 01, 2022, 05:36:24 PM
Well done Derry, enjoy the celebrations.

Theyíll likely get beat next day out against Monaghan lol.

No reason they canít beat Monaghan.

They seriously put it up to Donegal last year and could have won that game. Whatever about how dire Tyrone have been today and the margin, a Derry win here is no shock.

Monaghan will beat them.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 05:36:42 PM
tyrone players that left were not interested in legacy
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 05:37:06 PM
a good result for the balance of the game
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: greatpoint on May 01, 2022, 05:37:17 PM
Tyrone were cat. Worst performance by an All Ireland holders in a long long time.

Maybe there was something in what all those analysts were saying about them being the poorest All-Ireland winners in over 30 years.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: armaghniac on May 01, 2022, 05:37:41 PM
Tyrone were cat. Worst performance by an All Ireland holders in a long long time.

It reminds me of Armagh v Monaghan in 2003, but even then Armagh still reached the AI final and might have won bar one excellent block.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: J70 on May 01, 2022, 05:38:23 PM
so will donegal be thinking its there ulster championship to lose now

Did you not just watch Derry annihilate Tyrone?

Derry are favourites now in my opinion.

And Iím basing this on their efforts last year too. They havenít come out of nowhere.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: HokeyPokey on May 01, 2022, 05:39:45 PM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Ghost on May 01, 2022, 05:41:32 PM
Mckinless in the first was brilliant. Doherty great too. It's only a 1st round win but derry needed that. Superb
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 05:41:38 PM
so will donegal be thinking its there ulster championship to lose now

Did you not just watch Derry annihilate Tyrone?

Derry are favourites now in my opinion.

And Iím basing this on their efforts last year too. They havenít come out of nowhere.

Donegal are most definitely favourites given they have had the easier side of the draw. Iíd expect a Donegal v Monaghan final where Donegal edge it.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Captain Obvious on May 01, 2022, 05:42:56 PM
Fair play to Derry had their homework done and well drilled under Rory Gallagher.

No harm to see Tyrone hammered at home they were getting far too cocky after winning average at best quality All-Ireland championship last year.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 05:46:48 PM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 05:52:25 PM
could you not say this year is an average all ireland what determines  if its average were all dublins wins an average all ireland
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tonto1888 on May 01, 2022, 05:54:29 PM
Well done Derry, enjoy the celebrations.

Theyíll likely get beat next day out against Monaghan lol.

What makes you say that? Monaghan no world beaters and Derry have announced themselves with this performance.

Itís one game. Iíd say they need to back it up before saying theyíve announced themselves. That said they were brilliant
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 01, 2022, 05:57:49 PM
Fair play to Derry had their homework done and well drilled under Rory Gallagher.

No harm to see Tyrone hammered at home they were getting far too cocky after winning average at best quality All-Ireland championship last year.

Haha you still bitter. Beating Donegal, mayo and Kerry is now considered average while armagh can even manage Donegal.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 01, 2022, 05:59:33 PM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.

So every team that tyrone beat last year were either poor, ambushed or unlucky. Wow.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: RedHand88 on May 01, 2022, 06:03:07 PM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.

It was a year were they beat Cavan, Donegal, Monaghan, Kerry and Mayo. Four solid division 1 teams and the reigning Ulster champions. What else do you want them to do??
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Itchy on May 01, 2022, 06:06:11 PM
so will donegal be thinking its there ulster championship to lose now

It will be an El Classico final, Cavan v Monaghan
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: greatpoint on May 01, 2022, 06:06:47 PM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.

So every team that tyrone beat last year were either poor, ambushed or unlucky. Wow.

Would they have beaten Donegal if Murphy wasnít sent off? Evidence suggests probably not.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Hound on May 01, 2022, 06:11:13 PM
Super performance by Derry. At half time I still had not ruled out Tyrone winning, but Derry just totally bossed the second half. One of those games where every man was getting the upper hand on his opponent.

Though I predict a Monaghan v Donegal final.
Derry v Tyrone in the qualifiers!
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 06:12:24 PM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.

It was a year were they beat Cavan, Donegal, Monaghan, Kerry and Mayo. Four solid division 1 teams and the reigning Ulster champions. What else do you want them to do??

They done what they had to do and rode their luck a bit on the way - many counties would kill for any AI title so it shouldnít matter whether you are considered average champions.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 06:14:42 PM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.

So every team that tyrone beat last year were either poor, ambushed or unlucky. Wow.

Would they have beaten Donegal if Murphy wasnít sent off? Evidence suggests probably not.

Thatís up for debate but I donít think they would have beaten Kerry if Clifford had gone off injured before extra time.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: quit yo jibbajabba on May 01, 2022, 06:15:44 PM
Hon Derry! Been a long time coming, great performance

Ill fire an olive branch across the way, if i was Trone i wouldnt give a fiddlers about what the begrudgers are saying, yis won no4 last year and thats what matters. Will be a huge threat yet

Wouldnt be unlike Derry to fire in a poor performance next day out but under Gallagher theyre a different animal and sure we'll enjoy this for a day or two in the meantime 😊
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: greatpoint on May 01, 2022, 06:18:38 PM
Why was McShane taken off at half time?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 06:18:43 PM
what does ambush mean is that just another word for beat is the whole point of sport not to ambush your oppenents (in  a non violent way)
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 06:20:40 PM
Credit to Gallagher he has turned Derrys fortunes around from the low ebb they had fallen to when he first took over. He is up there among the best coaches in the country and seems to have injected belief into them.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Captain Obvious on May 01, 2022, 06:21:10 PM

Haha you still bitter. Beating Donegal, mayo and Kerry is now considered average while armagh can even manage Donegal.

Nothing humorous or bitter about it. reality bites, Clifford plays extra time against Tyrone and it would have been Kerry that won that average championship instead.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: thewobbler on May 01, 2022, 06:25:30 PM
Credit to Gallagher he has turned Derrys fortunes around from the low ebb they had fallen to when he first took over. He is up there among the best coaches in the country and seems to have injected belief into them.

Thatís part of it, no doubt. A big part even.

That Derryís schools, underage programmes and clubs have continued to churn out players during their senior county malaiseÖ thatís the bigger part.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Bord na Mona man on May 01, 2022, 06:25:48 PM
Derry have been a coming team for the last couple of years and I expect will start to feature at the business end of the championship for the next while.

Tyrone did have some good fortune last year, if Jack Barry didn't have a brain fart and sidefoot that wide ball back into play, Kerry would have gone on lifted Sam. But that's not to begrudge Tyrone, most winners have this Sliding Door moments.
A bigger factor may be that Tyrone haven't got a great record in defending All Irelands. They've never bounced back the next year with the same hunger.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: HokeyPokey on May 01, 2022, 06:28:02 PM

Haha you still bitter. Beating Donegal, mayo and Kerry is now considered average while armagh can even manage Donegal.

Nothing humorous or bitter about it. reality bites, Clifford plays extra time against Tyrone and it would have been Kerry that won that average championship instead.

I'm sure Kerry are delighted with their hypothetical All-Ireland. If Cathal McShane hadn't got injured, Conor McKenna hadn't went to Australia and Mickey Harte had said a few more rosaries, Tyrone would be going for the five and a row now.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: NotedObserver on May 01, 2022, 06:30:13 PM
Derry have been a coming team for the last couple of years and I expect will start to feature at the business end of the championship for the next while.

Tyrone did have some good fortune last year, if Jack Barry didn't have a brain fart and sidefoot that wide ball back into play, Kerry would have gone on lifted Sam. But that's not to begrudge Tyrone, most winners have this Sliding Door moments.
A bigger factor may be that Tyrone haven't got a great record in defending All Irelands. They've never bounced back the next year with the same hunger.

Tyrone had 2 black cards in this game. Weíre the team on top with 15 against 15
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: An Watcher on May 01, 2022, 06:31:33 PM
Here lads, mayo got a man sent off v dublin in the all ireland final.  Probably would have won but the record books don't say that.  If packie McConnell hadn't made the save at the end of the 08 final, kerry would have won.  The fourth all ireland is safely tucked away but could be a few of our boys still celebrating it
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 01, 2022, 06:34:38 PM

Haha you still bitter. Beating Donegal, mayo and Kerry is now considered average while armagh can even manage Donegal.

Nothing humorous or bitter about it. reality bites, Clifford plays extra time against Tyrone and it would have been Kerry that won that average championship instead.

Every single AI can come with an If.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: twohands!!! on May 01, 2022, 06:42:51 PM

They changed the black card to include a deliberate foul stopping a goal scoring opportunity!

It has to be one of the established black card offences inside the 20-meter line or the arc and there has to be a goal-scoring opportunity.

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Notwithstanding provisions of existing Playing Rules 2.2 Exception (i), 5 and specifically 5.41, if a Category II Infraction (Cynical Behaviour) is committed on an attacking player with a goalscoring opportunity, either inside the 20-meter line or the semi-circular arc, a Penalty Kick shall be awarded to the team affected.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: rodney trotter on May 01, 2022, 06:47:59 PM
Derry have a very solid team. McKeigue, Rodgers and McKinnless are very good backs.  Glass in midfield is quality, McGuigan a good forward. Maybe lack another dynamic forward. Loughlin a good free taker, but doesn't offer much from play.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fear ůn Srath BŠn on May 01, 2022, 06:54:48 PM
No question of the worthy winners in that result, but at least we scored 4 more points at half-time than we did in the corresponding fixture and place as defending All-Ireland Champs in 2006.

Our discipline, or lack thereof, was actually the most disappointing aspect for me -- Christ lads, keep all bodies on the park for the duration, please!

Circuit of Ireland here we come, once again.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 01, 2022, 06:58:51 PM
No question of the worthy winners in that result, but at least we scored 4 more points at half-time than we did in the corresponding fixture and place as defending All-Ireland Champs in 2006.

Our discipline, or lack thereof, was actually the most disappointing aspect for me -- Christ lads, keep all bodies on the park for the duration, please!

Circuit of Ireland here we come, once again.

Agree. The lack of discipline surprised me this year. Dooher and Co over achieved last year so a short season will do them no harm. Think they need to bring a few fresh faces in and blood them in over the next 2 years.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: greatpoint on May 01, 2022, 06:59:53 PM

Haha you still bitter. Beating Donegal, mayo and Kerry is now considered average while armagh can even manage Donegal.

Nothing humorous or bitter about it. reality bites, Clifford plays extra time against Tyrone and it would have been Kerry that won that average championship instead.

Every single AI can come with an If.

Some are more dominant and impressive than others though.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 07:01:49 PM
Credit to Gallagher he has turned Derrys fortunes around from the low ebb they had fallen to when he first took over. He is up there among the best coaches in the country and seems to have injected belief into them.

Thatís part of it, no doubt. A big part even.

That Derryís schools, underage programmes and clubs have continued to churn out players during their senior county malaiseÖ thatís the bigger part.

Iíd agree, there is a clear correlation between proper underage structures and success at senior level and Derry are in a good place at the minute in terms of schools and underage football.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: blewuporstuffed on May 01, 2022, 07:03:33 PM
Derry deserving winners, but I wouldn't even say it took a vintage performance to win it. Tyrone just so poor. The red card was pretty soft but can't really have much complaint given the petulance of it.
I couldn't see a Derry win before hand ,but how weak Tyrone's bench looked did worry me. We had very little options to change the course of a game that was creeping away from us.
Too many players disappeared today and really missed the leadership you'd get from Mattie in a game like that.
Petey looked like a man that was just back a layoff and a few others carried pretty poor league form into today's game.
Meyler made plenty of mistakes but least tried to carry the fight to Derry. Mccurry did ok given he was starved of possession. Very few others had may impact on the game at all.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: seafoid on May 01, 2022, 07:05:00 PM
Derry showed a lot of potential in the first 5 rounds of Division 2. Tyrone never got going. Qualifiers could be tricky too.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 07:07:43 PM
Is it possible that Dooher and Logan could decide to walk at the end of this campaign? They achieved their objective and with a whole host of players quitting the squad and with a likely few retirements at the end of the season it could be time for a rebuild from Tyrone. Theyíll not be challenging for AI titles again anytime soon imo.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: ONeill on May 01, 2022, 07:09:49 PM
Well that was chastening.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Aaron Boone on May 01, 2022, 07:10:34 PM
Is it possible that Dooher and Logan could decide to walk at the end of this campaign? They achieved their objective and with a whole host of players quitting the squad and with a likely few retirements at the end of the season it could be time for a rebuild from Tyrone. Theyíll not be challenging for SI titles again anytime soon imo.
Derry have put Tyrone back years. If there is a 5th All-Ireland, it will be in the late 2030ís+. 
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fear ůn Srath BŠn on May 01, 2022, 07:19:11 PM
Realistically speaking, we're probably in a similar spot to where we were post the 2021 League Semi, having shipped 6 goals against Kerry in Killarney. No need to overegg things, just yet.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Jeremiah O on May 01, 2022, 07:22:01 PM
Congratulations to the Derry wans on here.
Bad and all as Tyrone were,Derry were excellent and were in control from start to finish.
Will be a very interesting battle with them and Monaghan.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Mikhailov on May 01, 2022, 07:33:51 PM
Fair play to Derry and heartiest congrats to all the Derry posters on here and there are many. Admittedly, from a Tyrone perspective I did expect a really tight game with Tyrone winning down the stretch but never imagined this.

Despite a poor Tyrone performance, Derry were much superior in all aspects of the game - fitness, tactically, energy, endeavour etcÖ.fully merited their victory. Gallagher had his homework done and the stories of the players getting flogged at training and doing tortuous running sessions all came to pass as they were on a different level in those facets.

Sometimes it can be difficult to put a team away when you lack experience but Derry were ruthless and in total control from the penalty goal, easily seeing the game out and if they had of wanted could probably got another goal or two.

Now the question is - can they back it up next day out. If they can reproduce that level again, then Derry will be about for the next 8/10 weeks for sure.

Tyrone now have the difficult back door route which has a few big hitters in it. Did I read somewhere that both teams will still have to win 4 more games each to get to AI final.

Well done again Derry men
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: omagh_gael on May 01, 2022, 07:44:33 PM
Well, that was an utter crock of crap. Tyrone not at the races at all and couldn't deal with Derry's extreme blanket defence. How a team can't play against that these days is nuts.

What the feck was big Kennedy at?? Game was lost at that point as we didn't have the numbers as well as attitude to overcome Derry. Only Meyler and McCurry came out of that game with any credit.

Fair play to Derry on a great win, every man up for the battle. Exemplified by Shane McGuigan celebrating like he just scored after blocking a Hampsey shot late in the game.

Looking forward to seeing how they fare against Monaghan. Putting 2 of those performances in a row will be the next big challenge.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Lamh Dhearg Alba on May 01, 2022, 07:46:12 PM
Shambolic performance from Tyrone today. I did think they were doing ok hanging in after a slow start and thought they'd probably kick on, but the moronic sending off of Kennedy left them with a massive challenge. Most disappointing thing after that was the lack of leadership and direction, Tyrone never looked like getting close. Plenty of questions about the league campaign and no answers today. Not beyond Tyrone to regroup in the qualifiers but looks pretty unlikely.

Massive congratulations to Derry who were by far the better side and outplayed, outfought, out-thought, and out dark-arted Tyrone by a long way.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: trueblue1234 on May 01, 2022, 07:53:43 PM
Derry full value for the win. Tyrone started sluggish and progressively got worse. Kennedy will look back on that and wonder wtf. There was nothing in it, with regards to the tackle so what was going through his head I donít know.
Tyrone havenít been playing well all year. The players dropping out was a bit of a warning, but then again sometimes you see that. But I felt we were tactical weak today. McShane struggling and not able to get the ball into McCurry quick enough.

We could still get a run going in qualifiers. Iíd actually prefer to get a Mayo/ Armagh to try and refocus the mind. Dooher and Logan need to pull something together quickly.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: twohands!!! on May 01, 2022, 08:05:45 PM
https://twitter.com/gaa_statsman/status/1520807065551257600/photo/1 (https://twitter.com/gaa_statsman/status/1520807065551257600/photo/1)

A couple of things jump out

Tyrone shots from play 3 out of 13 (23%)
This is just beyond woeful.
As a comparison Wexford were 3 from 8 against Dublin last night.

Turnovers won/lost - Derry won 18 turnovers while Tyrone won 5 turnovers.

100% deadball shooting for both teams 10 for Derry and 7 for Tyrone.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: pbat on May 01, 2022, 08:12:54 PM
Derry need a solid performance against Monaghan, a win would be fantastic for them but this year is a stepping stone I believe.

Think if they get young Downey playing regular senior football and entice Brown back from OZ they might not be far away from Sam in 24.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: NotedObserver on May 01, 2022, 08:14:16 PM
Derry need a solid performance against Monaghan, a win would be fantastic for them but this year is a stepping stone I believe.

Think if they get young Downey playing regular senior football and entice Brown back from OZ they might not be far away from Sam in 24.

Sam? Boys a dear
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Lamh Dhearg Alba on May 01, 2022, 08:16:27 PM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.

So every team that tyrone beat last year were either poor, ambushed or unlucky. Wow.

Would they have beaten Donegal if Murphy wasnít sent off? Evidence suggests probably not.

Thatís up for debate but I donít think they would have beaten Kerry if Clifford had gone off injured before extra time.

Or perhaps they would have beaten Kerry without even the need for extra-time but for the fact a load of the boys were still getting over Covid. We'll never know. Ultimately Tyrone beat the next best two sides in Ulster, then the AI favourites, then won the final by 5 points. A hard won and richly deserved AI.

Today was shite though and Tyrone have to take the harsh words as they took the praise last year. It's a long road ahead and while it looks unlikely tonight, I wouldn't write them off altogether just yet. As we saw again last year, you can learn a lot from this kind of defeat.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: An Watcher on May 01, 2022, 08:52:13 PM
Wtf was mckenna at.  That boy could do with an extended run on the bench and if he doesn't want to be there so be it.  Better with a lesser player with more discipline and commitment
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 01, 2022, 09:04:28 PM
tyrone may have to play a preliminary qualifier
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyroneman on May 01, 2022, 09:07:21 PM
The hyperbole is unreal.

Yes Derry were very good, yes Tyrone have been poor, especially today, hiwever I think rumours of Tyrone heading for the wilderness and a Derry dynasty are a little overstated. .
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Estimator on May 01, 2022, 09:21:22 PM
The hyperbole is unreal.

Yes Derry were very good, yes Tyrone have been poor, especially today, hiwever I think rumours of Tyrone heading for the wilderness and a Derry dynasty are a little overstated. .

Haven't seen anything anywhere close to what you've just described.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 01, 2022, 09:31:32 PM
The hyperbole is unreal.

Yes Derry were very good, yes Tyrone have been poor, especially today, hiwever I think rumours of Tyrone heading for the wilderness and a Derry dynasty are a little overstated. .

I donít think anyone suggested that Tyrone were heading for the wilderness but both counties are on differing trajectories. Derrys is an upward one whereas Tyroneís is the opposite. But then when you win an AI title there is only one way you can go. I donít see Tyrone competing to win AI titles again anytime soon and they might need to take a few more steps back before they can compete with the top teams again.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: imtommygunn on May 01, 2022, 09:34:30 PM
I donít think all is well in that Tyrone camp. I thought that before today and didnít think Derry would beat them either.

Tyrone will still have a sting in their tail but it definitely feels like something isnít right in there.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: clarshack on May 01, 2022, 09:41:59 PM
Dublin hiding in 2017 aside, is this the worst other result in the championship since Derry beat us by 12 back in 1997?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: BennyHarp on May 01, 2022, 09:43:21 PM
That was a tough one to take today but when you are so comprehensively beaten like that you can only really hold your hands up and say fair play to Derry. They got their tactics spot on and shut us down in virtually every department. The most striking thing for me is that Derry came with exactly what I would have expected them to bring and we had absolutely no plan to deal with it. We seemed completely flummoxed with a standard blanket defence. Like ffs, good teams have sussed that years ago, yet we played like it was the first time weíd ever seen such a tactic. We also have too many players who just arenít functioning, key men like Hampsey, Harte, (though I appreciate heís only back from an operation) McShane, McGeary, Brennan and McKenna who we desperately need to find form if we are going to land a punch in this yearís championship. Our squad doesnít have the quality to replace these guys.

Although it sticks in my throat to say it, I was impressed by Derry today and it feels strange that I have absolutely no complaints, we were beaten by the better team. The challenge for them is to put another performance like that v Monaghan and possibly show they are capable of a plan B as playing that defensive style has shown its limitations at the highest level over many years. If they can then theyíll not be fair away.

If any small solace can be taken from today it is that we have a month to go kick our wounds, get back in the long grass and wait until we inevitably get drawn against Armagh in the qualifiers.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Hound on May 01, 2022, 09:57:47 PM

If any small solace can be taken from today it is that we have a month to go kick our wounds
Good stuff, thatíll toughen yis up again. Weíve been warned!
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: BennyHarp on May 01, 2022, 09:58:55 PM

If any small solace can be taken from today it is that we have a month to go kick our wounds
Good stuff, thatíll toughen yis up again. Weíve been warned!

Bloody predictive text, itís been a bad day.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: ONeill on May 01, 2022, 10:07:33 PM
Beaten by Donegal, Armagh and Derry this year. Even Fermanagh scared us.

The Gods are making us pay for last year, the bastids.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Champion The Wonder Horse on May 01, 2022, 10:11:43 PM
Old enough to know you have good days and bad days.

Tyrone had a poor day. We had a magnificent day.

Good luck to both teams for the rest of the year.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Dire Ear on May 01, 2022, 10:13:52 PM
Old enough to know you have good days and bad days.

Tyrone had a poor day. We had a magnificent day.

Good luck to both teams for the rest of the year.

Fair play,  best team won;  on and off the pitch
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: HiMucker on May 01, 2022, 10:15:15 PM
The hyperbole is unreal.

Yes Derry were very good, yes Tyrone have been poor, especially today, hiwever I think rumours of Tyrone heading for the wilderness and a Derry dynasty are a little overstated. .
the fear is strong in you it is
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: RedHand88 on May 01, 2022, 10:25:00 PM
The hyperbole is unreal.

Yes Derry were very good, yes Tyrone have been poor, especially today, hiwever I think rumours of Tyrone heading for the wilderness and a Derry dynasty are a little overstated. .
the fear is strong in you it is

Fear of what?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: befair on May 01, 2022, 10:29:15 PM
Derry were impressive, and have every chance of winning Ulster. But the game was seriously imbalanced by the sending-off and the subsequent goal. Very few teams can come back from that deficit. Red card was stupid but deserved.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: HiMucker on May 01, 2022, 10:32:24 PM
The hyperbole is unreal.

Yes Derry were very good, yes Tyrone have been poor, especially today, hiwever I think rumours of Tyrone heading for the wilderness and a Derry dynasty are a little overstated. .
the fear is strong in you it is

Fear of what?
Poor joke. No one thinks Derry, especially Derry fans, is heading towards any sort of dynasty. Just funny to see Tyrone ones fearing that out come even though its a fantasy
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: armaghniac on May 01, 2022, 10:56:45 PM
When Armagh won the All Ireland they spawned their nemesis next door, Tyrone may have done likewise. Let's hope so.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: BennyHarp on May 01, 2022, 11:05:00 PM
When Armagh won the All Ireland they spawned their nemesis next door, Tyrone may have done likewise. Let's hope so.

I think youíll find it was the all Ireland winning minor and u21 teams of the early noughties that spawned Tyroneís All Ireland wins.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 01, 2022, 11:10:04 PM
Tyrone took some hammering today, on the scoreboard and tactically. Derry outstanding and probably should have won by far more.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Aaron Boone on May 01, 2022, 11:25:47 PM
If this is the start of a Derry dynasty, then at least we can say we were there today. A top notch performance.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Main Street on May 02, 2022, 12:29:55 AM
Derry were impressive, and have every chance of winning Ulster. But the game was seriously imbalanced by the sending-off and the subsequent goal. Very few teams can come back from that deficit. Red card was stupid but deserved.
Derry were dominant before the red card, not even the scores of rabid paranoid Tyronies here are claiming the red card seriously unbalanced the game.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: RedHand88 on May 02, 2022, 01:00:20 AM
When Armagh won the All Ireland they spawned their nemesis next door, Tyrone may have done likewise. Let's hope so.

No, they didnt. That team won everything they could possibly win on the way up.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: sam03/05 on May 02, 2022, 06:35:48 AM
They had a 3 point lead at the time of sending off and got a goal a few minutes later
So Iíd say itís fair to say the red card unbalanced the game
The best team undoubtedly won though.

Donít rule out a Tyrone v Derry backdoor game
Something Tyrone would love to get

When Armagh won the All Ireland they spawned their nemesis next door, Tyrone may have done likewise. Let's hope so.

No, they didnt. That team won everything they could possibly win on the way up.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: sam03/05 on May 02, 2022, 06:37:40 AM
They had a 3 point lead at the time of sending off and got a goal a few minutes later
So Iíd say itís fair to say the red card unbalanced the game
The best team undoubtedly won though.

Donít rule out a Tyrone v Derry backdoor game
Something Tyrone would love to get
As good as Derry were, Tyrone were abysmal
Giving the ball away 18 times & going to 13 men


When Armagh won the All Ireland they spawned their nemesis next door, Tyrone may have done likewise. Let's hope so.

No, they didnt. That team won everything they could possibly win on the way up.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 02, 2022, 06:56:52 AM
They had a 3 point lead at the time of sending off and got a goal a few minutes later
So Iíd say itís fair to say the red card unbalanced the game
The best team undoubtedly won though.

Donít rule out a Tyrone v Derry backdoor game
Something Tyrone would love to get

When Armagh won the All Ireland they spawned their nemesis next door, Tyrone may have done likewise. Let's hope so.

No, they didnt. That team won everything they could possibly win on the way up.

I am not sure if they would love it to be honest. Seems to be issues with the panel at the minute. Based on this year the next tough game tyrone get they are out if the championship.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Under Lights on May 02, 2022, 07:38:27 AM
Tyrone lack of depth really showed yesterday. Donnellys coming back is a plus but we need to thinking about our attacking options, Liam Rafferty was a loss as had been making good impact from bench.out half back line was incredibly poor yesterday
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Snapchap on May 02, 2022, 07:46:12 AM
The hyperbole is unreal.

Yes Derry were very good, yes Tyrone have been poor, especially today, hiwever I think rumours of Tyrone heading for the wilderness and a Derry dynasty are a little overstated. .
the fear is strong in you it is

Fear of what?
Poor joke. No one thinks Derry, especially Derry fans, is heading towards any sort of dynasty. Just funny to see Tyrone ones fearing that out come even though its a fantasy

Himucker, even though you used the plural, can you point to even one post from a Tyrone source expressing fear that there will be a new dynasty of Derry dominance?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Walter Cronc on May 02, 2022, 08:36:51 AM
Which Tyrone player shouldered Gallagher going off at HT?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: trailer on May 02, 2022, 09:32:08 AM
What can you say. Just a bad day at the office. Felt Tyrone were setup all wrong Derry seemed to find acres of space inside, Half Backs didn't seem to know who to mark or to mark space. Gallagher won the tactical battle. Sending off skews things a lot because Derry were able to sit on their lead and just pick a tiring Tyrone team off.
Very few in a Tyrone jersey can hold their head high but felt Kilpatrick kept going, McCurry and Meyler similar.

Another day Meyler slips that goal chance in and you test this Derry team's steel. But wasn't to be. It's Derry's day and good luck to them but there's more football in this Tyrone team and no one will want to draw them in the back door.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tbrick18 on May 02, 2022, 09:45:01 AM
Brilliant to get a championship win under our belts. These have been few and far between.
Even better that it was against the old enemy as weve had our fair share of hidings from them.
The icing on the cake was the dominant nature of the win against current AI champions.
We were on top in every single position and tactically.

Only minor criticism of Derry is that we didn't push for more goals, particularly in the second half when the game was won. A few half chances which could be very important in another game were wasted.

From a fan perspective,  I don't think anyone is getting carried away. Tyrone were so poor and there's no way Monaghan will be beaten as easily.
It's a very long time since we beat them in a championship game and we'll go in there as underdogs too.
It's a bit clichť,  but given Derry's history and inexperience at this stage of senior championship football we just have to focus on each game as it comes. Monaghan will be a huge ask but for the first time in a very long time we look like we will be able to compete and give ourselves a chance.

It's hard to know what way Tyrone will go next. They might bounce back, but I just don't see it this year. Indiscipline has always been an issue in Tyrone, but its particularly bad this year. I don't think Mickey Harte would have let a player away with the two dismissals yesterday so it'll be interesting to see what happens with current management.
Surely they won't appeal?
Tactics, fitness and desire don't seem to be right in Tyrone right now.

I think Derry looked so good today in part due to how bad Tyrone were. Tyrone are probably better than the level they played at so there's still a bit of an unknown around the true level of Derry.

The next game will be key, but we have a real opportunity now and realistic hope rather than expectation.

Not often we get a lot to cheer about in Derry football but I must admit a came home from Omagh with a smile on my face last night!
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fear Bun Na Sceilpe on May 02, 2022, 11:04:50 AM
We played well, although I thought the celebrations were a bit embarrassing
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: oakleaflad on May 02, 2022, 11:06:36 AM
Brilliant to get a championship win under our belts. These have been few and far between.
Even better that it was against the old enemy as weve had our fair share of hidings from them.
The icing on the cake was the dominant nature of the win against current AI champions.
We were on top in every single position and tactically.

Only minor criticism of Derry is that we didn't push for more goals, particularly in the second half when the game was won. A few half chances which could be very important in another game were wasted.

From a fan perspective,  I don't think anyone is getting carried away. Tyrone were so poor and there's no way Monaghan will be beaten as easily.
It's a very long time since we beat them in a championship game and we'll go in there as underdogs too.
It's a bit clichť,  but given Derry's history and inexperience at this stage of senior championship football we just have to focus on each game as it comes. Monaghan will be a huge ask but for the first time in a very long time we look like we will be able to compete and give ourselves a chance.

It's hard to know what way Tyrone will go next. They might bounce back, but I just don't see it this year. Indiscipline has always been an issue in Tyrone, but its particularly bad this year. I don't think Mickey Harte would have let a player away with the two dismissals yesterday so it'll be interesting to see what happens with current management.
Surely they won't appeal?
Tactics, fitness and desire don't seem to be right in Tyrone right now.

I think Derry looked so good today in part due to how bad Tyrone were. Tyrone are probably better than the level they played at so there's still a bit of an unknown around the true level of Derry.

The next game will be key, but we have a real opportunity now and realistic hope rather than expectation.

Not often we get a lot to cheer about in Derry football but I must admit a came home from Omagh with a smile on my face last night!
Don't think I could say it much better than that. Great to get the win emphatically against an out of sorts Tyrone team. They will be back, be it this year or next. The next game against Monaghan will be a massive test. They haven't been talked about enough in terms of Ulster. A good showing there will be massive for this Derry team, even for their own belief that they can mix it with the top sides.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: inroundthesquare on May 02, 2022, 11:15:56 AM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.

So every team that tyrone beat last year were either poor, ambushed or unlucky. Wow.

Would they have beaten Donegal if Murphy wasnít sent off? Evidence suggests probably not.

Thatís up for debate but I donít think they would have beaten Kerry if Clifford had gone off injured before extra time.

Never understand this argument. Clifford played all 70 mins and the match was a draw - so how can it be concluded that he would have won the match in extra time. How would Clifford have stopped Tyrone going 5 up early in the first half of extra time.
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: NotedObserver on May 02, 2022, 11:29:21 AM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.

So every team that tyrone beat last year were either poor, ambushed or unlucky. Wow.

Would they have beaten Donegal if Murphy wasnít sent off? Evidence suggests probably not.

Thatís up for debate but I donít think they would have beaten Kerry if Clifford had gone off injured before extra time.

Never understand this argument. Clifford played all 70 mins and the match was a draw - so how can it be concluded that he would have won the match in extra time. How would Clifford have stopped Tyrone going 5 up early in the first half of extra time.

It was level and down to 14 for 20 minutes of normal time as well
Title: Re: Tyrone vs. Derry - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: HokeyPokey on May 02, 2022, 11:48:28 AM
Tyrone a shadow of the team of last year I thought they were one of the more fortunate sides to win the All Ireland last year but they beat everyone in front of them and itís hard to climb that mountain again.

Nothing fortunate about it. They came through Ulster beating the best two teams and missing five players in the final. They beat the arguably, best two other teams in the country in the semi and final while also dealing with a massive covid outbreak and all the issues that that created...

Or an alternative viewpoint is that they scraped by to win a poor Ulster championship. Then ambushed Kerry in the semi final with the pre match Covid stunt and were lucky that Clifford had to be subbed off. Then luckily Mayo took out the 6 in a row Dubs and then what better side to face in an AI final than Mayo.

Unless they do something in the back door (which I just canít see) I think that will be their legacy. Yes an AI title is an AI title but it wonít go down as a vintage year.

So every team that tyrone beat last year were either poor, ambushed or unlucky. Wow.

Would they have beaten Donegal if Murphy wasnít sent off? Evidence suggests probably not.

Thatís up for debate but I donít think they would have beaten Kerry if Clifford had gone off injured before extra time.

Never understand this argument. Clifford played all 70 mins and the match was a draw - so how can it be concluded that he would have won the match in extra time. How would Clifford have stopped Tyrone going 5 up early in the first half of extra time.

Tyrone really should have closed it out better in normal and extra time. Like the Mayo game, Tyrone were more dominant and Kerry more out of sorts, than the scoreboard reflected.

As well as Clifford played, people also ignore that the two Tyrone goals came from Clifford mistakes. Also, Clifford clearly didn't have the fitness for extra time, so if he hadn't pulled up, he would probably have been quite ineffective in the stretch.

Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: inroundthesquare on May 02, 2022, 12:15:03 PM
Anyone know if repeat pairings are allowed in Round 1 of the Qualifiers?

So if Monaghan beat Derry (think it's a 50/50 game) - can Derry draw Tyrone in round 1?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: armaghniac on May 02, 2022, 12:18:58 PM
Anyone know if repeat pairings are allowed in Round 1 of the Qualifiers?

So if Monaghan beat Derry (think it's a 50/50 game) - can Derry draw Tyrone in round 1?

Indeed they can and put Tyrone out twice.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 02, 2022, 12:37:17 PM
 ;D ;D ;D ;D 8)
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Ethan Tremblay on May 02, 2022, 12:41:09 PM
Great win for Derry and good for Ulster football in general.  Although Tyrone appear to have been blowing hot and cold all year, most would have taken them to get over this one, so again great to see a Derry win. 
Akein to the Kery game last year, this could be the boot Tyrone need to get into top gear, but I still think the desire isnít there at all and they will go out with early enough. 
Derry are still hard to read for me, Gallagher seems to have had them well organised for this match and everything they worked on came off to a T, but they had good time to prepare for this match, where they have slightly less to prepare for Monaghan. 

Monaghan are also the most dogged team I have watched of the past few years and simply refuse to lie down, so it will make for a good game.  No out and out favourite, both teams thinking they should be beating the other, should make for good entertainment. 

Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.   
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Armamike on May 02, 2022, 12:48:48 PM
Don't want to tempt fate but Tyrone look goosed for this year.  They look like they need a break.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Rossfan on May 02, 2022, 12:50:27 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: The Trap on May 02, 2022, 12:54:35 PM
Nothing broken in ulster championship? So far 5 games and all very poor one sided affairs. Not much to get excited about apart from the fact that Derry won but even that was too easy for them!
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tbrick18 on May 02, 2022, 01:10:22 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 02, 2022, 01:24:26 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 02, 2022, 01:26:49 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.
Correct. But what a single game to win! Always great to win in Omagh and by jaysus weíll enjoy it for a e while!
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Ethan Tremblay on May 02, 2022, 01:27:52 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

The Down Monaghan match will long live in memory, right up there with the Dublin Wexford classic we also got treated to at the weekend. 
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 02, 2022, 01:33:22 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable
Do you need a wee hug today?! Why would Derry not celebrate comprehensively beating the All Ireland Champions in their own backyard?! You must be great craic on a night out!!
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 02, 2022, 01:39:43 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable

Couldnít believe that Logan and Dooher shook hands with him, I know if I was banty Iíd be investing in a pair of gloves.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: marty34 on May 02, 2022, 01:43:04 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable

Couldnít believe that Logan and Dooher shook hands with him, I know if I was banty Iíd be investing in a pair of gloves.

He spits a lot of his hands - every 30 secs.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 02, 2022, 02:44:22 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable

Couldnít believe that Logan and Dooher shook hands with him, I know if I was banty Iíd be investing in a pair of gloves.

He spits a lot of his hands - every 30 secs.
Logan needs a bra.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Snapchap on May 02, 2022, 03:24:47 PM
Nothing broken in ulster championship? So far 5 games and all very poor one sided affairs. Not much to get excited about apart from the fact that Derry won but even that was too easy for them!

You for real? That's essentially arguing that Tyrone's performance yesterday is reflective of their level and is an accurate reflection of the respective standards of Tyrone and Derry.

The Ulster Championship semi finals are made up of Cavan who won the title only a few years ago, along with Derry, Donegal, Monaghan - three teams who could go on to win it and no one could be shocked. Add to that the reigning all-Ireland champions who, while they underperformed yesterday, are arguably (if they performed to their best ability) still the best team in Ulster on their day and you have at least four teams in Ulster who'd have been regarded as having had a realistic chance of winning the provincial title at the beginning of the competition. Again, of those four, three are still standing. That's not my idea of a broken provincial championship. Does any other provincial championship compare? Not a chance.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: armaghniac on May 02, 2022, 03:48:33 PM
Couldnít believe that Logan and Dooher shook hands with him, I know if I was banty Iíd be investing in a pair of gloves.

I'd bring this

Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Rossfan on May 02, 2022, 04:02:23 PM
4 out of 9 had a chance of winning Ulster and that's "not broken".
3 out of 5 (6 or 7 if you wish) in Connacht had a good chance of winning but seems we can't compare with Ulster.
Ah well....
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Silver hill on May 02, 2022, 04:05:04 PM
Couldnít believe that Logan and Dooher shook hands with him, I know if I was banty Iíd be investing in a pair of gloves.

I'd bring this



It seems to be a comfort trait or nervous tic.
Looks terrible but not sure he could change it as he seems to be in another universe when the ball is thrown in.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Will it ever end on May 02, 2022, 04:11:05 PM
Exactly - heís doing it for a decade or more, itís widely known and it beggars belief that it still receives so much commentary.

Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: yellowcard on May 02, 2022, 04:30:16 PM
Exactly - heís doing it for a decade or more, itís widely known and it beggars belief that it still receives so much commentary.

It beggars belief that he is still doing it and to my knowledge it has received very little commentary considering it continued throughout the duration of a pandemic when footballs and cones were being sanitised.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Snapchap on May 02, 2022, 04:59:05 PM
4 out of 9 had a chance of winning Ulster and that's "not broken".
3 out of 5 (6 or 7 if you wish) in Connacht had a good chance of winning but seems we can't compare with Ulster.
Ah well....

Seven years since anyone outside of the 'Big 3' has even reached the Connacht final, with Mayo having won seven of the last twelve titles. Fifteen years since anyone outside of the 'big 3' in Connacht has won a provincial title. In Ulster in the last five years, finals have been contested by six of the nine counties, including teams like Fermanagh and Down as well as Cavan twice (who also won it one of of those occasions). Average winning margin in the last ten years in the provincial finals: 5.3 points in Ulster, 8.6 in Connacht.

Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Nanderson on May 02, 2022, 05:03:14 PM
4 out of 9 had a chance of winning Ulster and that's "not broken".
3 out of 5 (6 or 7 if you wish) in Connacht had a good chance of winning but seems we can't compare with Ulster.
Ah well....

Seven years since anyone outside of the 'Big 3' has even reached the Connacht final, with Mayo having won seven of the last twelve titles. Fifteen years since anyone out of the 'big 3' in Connacht has won a provincial title. In Ulster in the last five years, finals have been contested by six of the nine counties, including teams regarded as the likes of Fermanagh and Down as well as Cavan twice (who also won it one of of those occasions). Average winning margin in the last ten years in the provincial finals: 5.3 points in Ulster, 8.6 in Connacht.
Also since 2008 every ulster team has been in a final at least once
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 02, 2022, 05:56:20 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable
Do you need a wee hug today?! Why would Derry not celebrate comprehensively beating the All Ireland Champions in their own backyard?! You must be great craic on a night out!!

Are you a muppet or can you not read? Never said it shouldn't be celebrated. The post I commented on was about Derry not getting carried away but they proceed to celebrate like they won ulster.

No harm in celebrating but don't be saying the expectations are being measured when fans run into a pitch for a quarter final win.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: JoG2 on May 02, 2022, 06:15:22 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable
Do you need a wee hug today?! Why would Derry not celebrate comprehensively beating the All Ireland Champions in their own backyard?! You must be great craic on a night out!!

Are you a muppet or can you not read? Never said it shouldn't be celebrated. The post I commented on was about Derry not getting carried away but they proceed to celebrate like they won ulster.

No harm in celebrating but don't be saying the expectations are being measured when fans run into a pitch for a quarter final win.

There's always a Tyrone man ready to belittle a team for celebrating a big win.. 'it's only this, it was only that' etc.
We had a squad of wains with us, they all headed onto the pitch after. The dads followed suit. Kids got their pics taken with their heroes. Is that not what's it's all about? It was nothing beyond that, not that it needs pointing out.

Must say the vast majority of Tyrone men on here, at HP, WhatsApp etc have been extremely magnanimous in defeat.
That was a huge victory for our boys. Will wait and see how the rest of the season goes, but that was definitely a victory worthy of celebrating
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: trailer on May 02, 2022, 06:43:52 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable

A slabber
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Man Marker on May 02, 2022, 08:47:49 PM
Dooher Ďs first championship loss as a manager is against Derry, the one county he has no love for, the irony 😂😂
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 02, 2022, 09:28:40 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable
Do you need a wee hug today?! Why would Derry not celebrate comprehensively beating the All Ireland Champions in their own backyard?! You must be great craic on a night out!!

Are you a muppet or can you not read? Never said it shouldn't be celebrated. The post I commented on was about Derry not getting carried away but they proceed to celebrate like they won ulster.

No harm in celebrating but don't be saying the expectations are being measured when fans run into a pitch for a quarter final win.

There's always a Tyrone man ready to belittle a team for celebrating a big win.. 'it's only this, it was only that' etc.
We had a squad of wains with us, they all headed onto the pitch after. The dads followed suit. Kids got their pics taken with their heroes. Is that not what's it's all about? It was nothing beyond that, not that it needs pointing out.

Must say the vast majority of Tyrone men on here, at HP, WhatsApp etc have been extremely magnanimous in defeat.
That was a huge victory for our boys. Will wait and see how the rest of the season goes, but that was definitely a victory worthy of celebrating
Some canít take their beating nor the craic after, so instead, they think up silly stuff to distract from a hammering and a great tactical victory for Gallagher and Derry and canít stick us enjoying the win. Makes the victory all the more enjoyable, really!! Makes the scoreboard even sweeter!! 1-18.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 02, 2022, 09:32:20 PM


Do away with the other provincial competitions, leave Ulster alone, nothings broken here.
Yep, Monaghan v Down was a thriller alright ::)

Well done Derry but was that their All Ireland?

U can guarantee you it was not their all Ireland..
Everyone following Derry or involved with Derry have had enough false dawns to know this is nothing more than a single game.
Monaghan might well beat us, but it won't be because we got over Tyrone.
There's a different feel about this team and management, noone will get carried away.

Not really sure I buy that given the celebrations at the end.

On a side not Rory must be the loudest and obnoxious manager on the side line I have ever seen. The language he was shouting was unbelievable
Do you need a wee hug today?! Why would Derry not celebrate comprehensively beating the All Ireland Champions in their own backyard?! You must be great craic on a night out!!

Are you a muppet or can you not read? Never said it shouldn't be celebrated. The post I commented on was about Derry not getting carried away but they proceed to celebrate like they won ulster.

No harm in celebrating but don't be saying the expectations are being measured when fans run into a pitch for a quarter final win.

There's always a Tyrone man ready to belittle a team for celebrating a big win.. 'it's only this, it was only that' etc.
We had a squad of wains with us, they all headed onto the pitch after. The dads followed suit. Kids got their pics taken with their heroes. Is that not what's it's all about? It was nothing beyond that, not that it needs pointing out.

Must say the vast majority of Tyrone men on here, at HP, WhatsApp etc have been extremely magnanimous in defeat.
That was a huge victory for our boys. Will wait and see how the rest of the season goes, but that was definitely a victory worthy of celebrating

Not belittling anything. Huge win and a comprehensive one at that. Beat tyrone on all areas. I actually wouldn't mind seeing Derry do well this year. However look what happened mayo after the Dublin win last year, they celebrated like it was a final and took their eye off the prize.

Fans should celebrate and enjoy it. However though it would have been a real signal of intent if the team went to the changing room after the game. It would have shown they mean business this year.

They have a huge game against monaghan next which should show us how far along Derry are. The more competitive ulster the better
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: thewobbler on May 02, 2022, 09:37:35 PM
Must be some craic in your house Tyrone08.

No smiles allowed today kids. Not until youíve taken the smiles off the face of everyone else in your class. Thatís how you earn the right to smile.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Fear Bun Na Sceilpe on May 02, 2022, 09:44:33 PM
Dooher Ďs first championship loss as a manager is against Derry, the one county he has no love for, the irony 😂😂

He was at school in Derry city and worked there, know him very well and never detected that from him
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 02, 2022, 09:46:43 PM
Jesus use ones are sensitive. No point in celebrating if you don't go out and back it up next time. Focus on the next game is all I'm saying. Not really that hard to understand. History has shown Armagh and mayo celebrated too early without actually winning anything. Can't believe its that hard to understand

Would love to see a Derry Donegal final as Derry should have beaten them last year.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 02, 2022, 09:48:36 PM
Must be some craic in your house Tyrone08.

No smiles allowed today kids. Not until youíve taken the smiles off the face of everyone else in your class. Thatís how you earn the right to smile.

Celebrate when the job is done and you have the trophy. That's what top teams focus on and that's what Derry should be focused on.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Real Talk on May 02, 2022, 09:54:44 PM
Someone was Hi Mucker or Walter Cromac ??? asked which Tyrone player dug his shoulder into Rory G at half time which was unexpected.... it was Michael McKernan from Coalisland ... says a lot about Tyrone's lack of discipline and bad manners. 
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Under Lights on May 02, 2022, 09:55:52 PM
Tbh I would be the opposite, celebrate every win. A lot of work goes into a win. Enjoy it for all its worth. Derry have had a lean spell for Ulster championship wins, deserve that.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: JoG2 on May 02, 2022, 10:07:22 PM
It was captured by the rte cameras just after the h/t whistle
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 02, 2022, 10:10:32 PM
Someone was Hi Mucker or Walter Cromac ??? asked which Tyrone player dug his shoulder into Rory G at half time which was unexpected.... it was Michael McKernan from Coalisland ... says a lot about Tyrone's lack of discipline and bad manners. 
Ye bollocks ye it was the other way round. Happened in front of me Gallagher immediately turned round to the linesman to get him involved and was promptly told to wise up as it was Gallagher who was trying to be the big man
You need to book an eye test.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 02, 2022, 10:16:25 PM
Must be some craic in your house Tyrone08.

No smiles allowed today kids. Not until youíve taken the smiles off the face of everyone else in your class. Thatís how you earn the right to smile.

Celebrate when the job is done and you have the trophy. That's what top teams focus on and that's what Derry should be focused on.
Job is done. 1-18. Job done. Derry GAA people celebrated long before the final whistle and long after it, in Healy Park. Get over it.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Champion The Wonder Horse on May 02, 2022, 10:35:48 PM
The Tyrone people around me seemed to dislike Gallagher more than they disliked any and all Derry folk.

Why is that?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 02, 2022, 10:55:03 PM
The Tyrone people around me seemed to dislike Gallagher more than they disliked any and all Derry folk.

Why is that?
Has it something to do with getting beat?!
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Armamike on May 03, 2022, 12:13:42 AM
Couldnít believe that Logan and Dooher shook hands with him, I know if I was banty Iíd be investing in a pair of gloves.

I'd bring this



It seems to be a comfort trait or nervous tic.

Looks terrible but not sure he could change it as he seems to be in another universe when the ball is thrown in.

He's not alone in this. Seems to be a particular trait in the GAA.  Look at dazzler McCurry for instance.  Is this something that's coached from underage along with shouldering the sub as he runs on, or mouthing to your marker after you've scored?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Under Lights on May 03, 2022, 06:47:49 AM

Someone was Hi Mucker or Walter Cromac ??? asked which Tyrone player dug his shoulder into Rory G at half time which was unexpected.... it was Michael McKernan from Coalisland ... says a lot about Tyrone's lack of discipline and bad manners. 
Ye bollocks ye it was the other way round. Happened in front of me Gallagher immediately turned round to the linesman to get him involved and was promptly told to wise up as it was Gallagher who was trying to be the big man


Don't be that guy. It was captured on the television. McKernan went at him.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: sam03/05 on May 03, 2022, 06:59:13 AM
Gallagherís behaviour on the sideline at weekend was crazy
Guy was off his head - even when the game was all over with 15 mins to go - he was still out of control
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 03, 2022, 07:14:49 AM
Gallagherís behaviour on the sideline at weekend was crazy
Guy was off his head - even when the game was all over with 15 mins to go - he was still out of control
Youíll feel better after you take your beating. Focus on the football Derry played. 1.18. I think youíll find that it is Conor Mckenna who is out of control. 2 reds in a row.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: imtommygunn on May 03, 2022, 07:40:59 AM
Gallagherís behaviour on the sideline at weekend was crazy
Guy was off his head - even when the game was all over with 15 mins to go - he was still out of control

He doesnít come across as likeable at all. Has been like that years.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Under Lights on May 03, 2022, 08:10:17 AM
Gallagher is very much a Jim McGuinness type manager. I would say when you are in that bubble with him he would be intoxicating but that type of management is a powderkeg and short lived, not that it matters if the results come to them fast.

I would be very critical of Tyrone's joint managers at the weekend, the team lacked fight and passion, why leave off Darragh Canavan, why take off McShane sure he wasn't great but won two or three frees in first half, why start burns in half forward when he has been doing so well in full back line, why carry 40 players in the squad but be so reluctant to make changes when it clearly isn't happening, big drop in form from Sludden, McGeary and Hampsey, why?

Maybe MAYBE the qualifiers is the easier route, Monaghan and then Donegal in Ulster be tough.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: imtommygunn on May 03, 2022, 08:14:35 AM
They don't appear to be guys that can keep a squad happy looking at them.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 03, 2022, 08:42:24 AM
They don't appear to be guys that can keep a squad happy looking at them.

Would say dooher is a fair but hard manager. If the lads don't want to fully commit they shouldn't be there. Seem to a few lads on that team with an ego which I don't think dooher would appreciate.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: imtommygunn on May 03, 2022, 08:48:35 AM
He hasn't been able to keep fringe players happy though. Gavin's, Harte's, Fitzmaurice's etc have been able to do that.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: sidelineball on May 03, 2022, 09:09:00 AM
Gallagherís behaviour on the sideline at weekend was crazy
Guy was off his head - even when the game was all over with 15 mins to go - he was still out of control
Youíll feel better after you take your beating. Focus on the football Derry played. 1.18. I think youíll find that it is Conor Mckenna who is out of control. 2 reds in a row.

Derry would need to go on and win the whole thing now to justify all this harping. Well done, best team on the day 👍🏻
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Man Marker on May 03, 2022, 09:17:39 AM
Logan, Dooher, McGinley, O'Neill, Devlin and Harte all have taking some trimming the past 9/10 in championship football. Funny auld game.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 03, 2022, 09:19:22 AM
Gallagherís behaviour on the sideline at weekend was crazy
Guy was off his head - even when the game was all over with 15 mins to go - he was still out of control
Youíll feel better after you take your beating. Focus on the football Derry played. 1.18. I think youíll find that it is Conor Mckenna who is out of control. 2 reds in a row.

Derry would need to go on and win the whole thing now to justify all this harping. Well done, best team on the day 👍🏻
Absolutely not. No harping just enjoyment, beating the All Ireland Champions and counter challenging a small minority of sore losers. Who started the thread?
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: imtommygunn on May 03, 2022, 09:20:49 AM
You appear as sore a winner as anyone is a loser  ;D (person who wanted Derry to win here before you start)
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Maroon Manc on May 03, 2022, 10:49:45 AM
What did Derry do tactically which was different form last year? At first glance I'd have said more direct with their own kickouts and pressed the Tyrone kickout more often then they would have done last year.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: BennyHarp on May 03, 2022, 11:07:29 AM
What did Derry do tactically which was different form last year? At first glance I'd have said more direct with their own kickouts and pressed the Tyrone kickout more often then they would have done last year.

Not much, just doing it better. They also seem to attacking in numbers more, Gallagher was very much concerned with making sure everyone was pushing up when they had possession. Also, they seemed to move players around alot which seemed to confuse Tyrone as players didn't know who to pick up. Meyler in particular found himself in places where we didn't want him. In general though, the most frustrating thing from a Tyrone perspective is that we would have known what Derry were going to bring and we still couldn't cope with it.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Man Marker on May 03, 2022, 11:22:55 AM
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What did Derry do tactically which was different form last year? At first glance I'd have said more direct with their own kickouts and pressed the Tyrone kickout more often then they would have done last year.

Not much, just doing it better. They also seem to attacking in numbers more, Gallagher was very much concerned with making sure everyone was pushing up when they had possession. Also, they seemed to move players around alot which seemed to confuse Tyrone as players didn't know who to pick up. Meyler in particular found himself in places where we didn't want him. In general though, the most frustrating thing from a Tyrone perspective is that we would have known what Derry were going to bring and we still couldn't cope with it.

Thats quite a bit of change/progress then? all the talk of derry not having enough scorers well blown out of the water. McKindless to mf on Kennedy was a master stroke.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Estimator on May 03, 2022, 11:44:46 AM
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What did Derry do tactically which was different form last year? At first glance I'd have said more direct with their own kickouts and pressed the Tyrone kickout more often then they would have done last year.

Not much, just doing it better. They also seem to attacking in numbers more, Gallagher was very much concerned with making sure everyone was pushing up when they had possession. Also, they seemed to move players around alot which seemed to confuse Tyrone as players didn't know who to pick up. Meyler in particular found himself in places where we didn't want him. In general though, the most frustrating thing from a Tyrone perspective is that we would have known what Derry were going to bring and we still couldn't cope with it.

Thats quite a bit of change/progress then? all the talk of derry not having enough scorers well blown out of the water. McKindless to mf on Kennedy was a master stroke.

I'd agree with McKindless to midfield was a superb tactical switch. Nobody went with that match up before the game. Kennedy wouldn't have thought that he'd have to be running around after him all day.. sorry for 27mins.
I think that it was pointed out during the commentary that despite the size mismatch between the two that the first time Morgan hit Kennedy with a kick out which he caught above McKindless, he was sent off seconds later.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: WT4E on May 03, 2022, 12:07:14 PM
Gallagherís behaviour on the sideline at weekend was crazy
Guy was off his head - even when the game was all over with 15 mins to go - he was still out of control

Looked liked to many cups of coffee.... kept spitting on the hands too as if he was going to contest a kick out! :L

The only more annoying thing that happened was the section of Tyrone Supporters who decided to boo the Derry team off the pitch at HT.... it was embarrassing and the Derry team seem to really enjoy it (and rightly so)
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tyrone08 on May 03, 2022, 12:10:33 PM
Gallagherís behaviour on the sideline at weekend was crazy
Guy was off his head - even when the game was all over with 15 mins to go - he was still out of control

Looked liked to many cups of coffee.... kept spitting on the hands too as if he was going to contest a kick out! :L

The only more annoying thing that happened was the section of Tyrone Supporters who decided to boo the Derry team off the pitch at HT.... it was embarrassing and the Derry team seem to really enjoy it (and rightly so)
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Hate that kind of crap although are you sure they weren't booing tyrone ll
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Man Marker on May 03, 2022, 12:12:18 PM
Something is definitely amiss in the Tyrone set up. They were lifeless, no energy or enthusiasm. Why would a team with ball winning ability in mf not push up on Derry's kickouts and force Derry to kick long (furst half when they had 15), also to isolated their mf on their own kickouts to go long, especially to kick away from Glass. All so puzzling. Hampsey & Mc Gearys dip in form is significant, been allowed to under perform and not dropped earlier. When players become untouchable complacency kicks in.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 03, 2022, 12:56:57 PM
You appear as sore a winner as anyone is a loser  ;D (person who wanted Derry to win here before you start)
:-X
Just enjoying the slagging and the craic. Is that not allowed any more or against the rules of the board? It was some victory (glad you predicted it, before you finish).
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Walter Cronc on May 03, 2022, 01:16:48 PM
Something is definitely amiss in the Tyrone set up. They were lifeless, no energy or enthusiasm. Why would a team with ball winning ability in mf not push up on Derry's kickouts and force Derry to kick long (furst half when they had 15), also to isolated their mf on their own kickouts to go long, especially to kick away from Glass. All so puzzling. Hampsey & Mc Gearys dip in form is significant, been allowed to under perform and not dropped earlier. When players become untouchable complacency kicks in.

Dunno if that's the case with Hampsey. I heard he is injured and doesn't really train. Just manages himself?? McGeary looks like a boy who wintered well. Meyler and McCurry the only two who showed really. Kilpatrick tried I thought too in fairness.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Armamike on May 03, 2022, 02:27:05 PM
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What did Derry do tactically which was different form last year? At first glance I'd have said more direct with their own kickouts and pressed the Tyrone kickout more often then they would have done last year.

Not much, just doing it better. They also seem to attacking in numbers more, Gallagher was very much concerned with making sure everyone was pushing up when they had possession. Also, they seemed to move players around alot which seemed to confuse Tyrone as players didn't know who to pick up. Meyler in particular found himself in places where we didn't want him. In general though, the most frustrating thing from a Tyrone perspective is that we would have known what Derry were going to bring and we still couldn't cope with it.

Thats quite a bit of change/progress then? all the talk of derry not having enough scorers well blown out of the water. McKindless to mf on Kennedy was a master stroke.

Was surprised by how attack minded Derry were.  Haven't seen much of them under Gallagher but assumed they would sit very deep and do the slow patient build up thing. But they attacked Tyrone at every opportunity with real purpose.  Great movement with the likes of Glass up and down the pitch, one minute in midflield, the next in his own backline helping out, and getting forward.  Tyrone were flat but Derry were magnificent and it would be great to see another team break through.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: WT4E on May 03, 2022, 02:47:42 PM
Something is definitely amiss in the Tyrone set up. They were lifeless, no energy or enthusiasm. Why would a team with ball winning ability in mf not push up on Derry's kickouts and force Derry to kick long (furst half when they had 15), also to isolated their mf on their own kickouts to go long, especially to kick away from Glass. All so puzzling. Hampsey & Mc Gearys dip in form is significant, been allowed to under perform and not dropped earlier. When players become untouchable complacency kicks in.

Dunno if that's the case with Hampsey. I heard he is injured and doesn't really train. Just manages himself?? McGeary looks like a boy who wintered well. Meyler and McCurry the only two who showed really. Kilpatrick tried I thought too in fairness.

Thought McKernan tried hard too
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: J70 on May 03, 2022, 03:10:26 PM
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What did Derry do tactically which was different form last year? At first glance I'd have said more direct with their own kickouts and pressed the Tyrone kickout more often then they would have done last year.

Not much, just doing it better. They also seem to attacking in numbers more, Gallagher was very much concerned with making sure everyone was pushing up when they had possession. Also, they seemed to move players around alot which seemed to confuse Tyrone as players didn't know who to pick up. Meyler in particular found himself in places where we didn't want him. In general though, the most frustrating thing from a Tyrone perspective is that we would have known what Derry were going to bring and we still couldn't cope with it.

Thats quite a bit of change/progress then? all the talk of derry not having enough scorers well blown out of the water. McKindless to mf on Kennedy was a master stroke.

Was surprised by how attack minded Derry were.  Haven't seen much of them under Gallagher but assumed they would sit very deep and do the slow patient build up thing. But they attacked Tyrone at every opportunity with real purpose.  Great movement with the likes of Glass up and down the pitch, one minute in midflield, the next in his own backline helping out, and getting forward.  Tyrone were flat but Derry were magnificent and it would be great to see another team break through.

That's my feeling on it.

We all get riled up during these games and with the rivalries, and it lessens the chances of one's own county winning it, but isn't it much more exciting and much more fulfilling when you do manage to win it if there's more teams at the top level in the province?

I'd much rather win a tough Ulster championship every now and again than sleepwalk through the province every year as the likes of Dublin and Kerry do.

Even our own win in 2018 - we beat Cavan, Derry, Down and Fermanagh to win it because Monaghan beat Tyrone before getting sucker-punched by Fermanagh on the other side of the draw. Our tightest game was a six point victory over Derry. It was an unexpected and welcome Ulster title, but probably the handiest and least satisfying one we ever got.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: Eire90 on May 03, 2022, 06:59:15 PM
every team is still in the all ireland its  just  some teams have to make it to a provincial final to stay in kind of makes the league more important for teams in division 3 and 2 want to have two bites i of the cherry well then make sure you dont get relegated or if in division 3 then make sure you get promoted.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: rrhf on May 03, 2022, 07:39:19 PM
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What did Derry do tactically which was different form last year? At first glance I'd have said more direct with their own kickouts and pressed the Tyrone kickout more often then they would have done last year.

Not much, just doing it better. They also seem to attacking in numbers more, Gallagher was very much concerned with making sure everyone was pushing up when they had possession. Also, they seemed to move players around alot which seemed to confuse Tyrone as players didn't know who to pick up. Meyler in particular found himself in places where we didn't want him. In general though, the most frustrating thing from a Tyrone perspective is that we would have known what Derry were going to bring and we still couldn't cope with it.

Thats quite a bit of change/progress then? all the talk of derry not having enough scorers well blown out of the water. McKindless to mf on Kennedy was a master stroke.

Was surprised by how attack minded Derry were.  Haven't seen much of them under Gallagher but assumed they would sit very deep and do the slow patient build up thing. But they attacked Tyrone at every opportunity with real purpose.  Great movement with the likes of Glass up and down the pitch, one minute in midflield, the next in his own backline helping out, and getting forward.  Tyrone were flat but Derry were magnificent and it would be great to see another team break through.

That's my feeling on it.

We all get riled up during these games and with the rivalries, and it lessens the chances of one's own county winning it, but isn't it much more exciting and much more fulfilling when you do manage to win it if there's more teams at the top level in the province?

I'd much rather win a tough Ulster championship every now and again than sleepwalk through the province every year as the likes of Dublin and Kerry do.

Even our own win in 2018 - we beat Cavan, Derry, Down and Fermanagh to win it because Monaghan beat Tyrone before getting sucker-punched by Fermanagh on the other side of the draw. Our tightest game was a six point victory over Derry. It was an unexpected and welcome Ulster title, but probably the handiest and least satisfying one we ever got.
Have to say it. Derry were outstanding. If you look at the quality of the teams left, Cavan Ulster champions from 2 years ago are probably the outside bet. Donegal, Monaghan and Derry are in superb shape.  Tyrone - last years champions are gone because they were not up to scratch, and may arguably have a better chance in the all Ireland than they would have had of winning Ulster. The Ulster championship is a superb competition and long may it continue to bring the thrills and spills.  Its a bit like the Tyrone club championship within the all Ireland context..
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: rrhf on May 03, 2022, 07:41:56 PM
Until they kicked the running game out of him...
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: tbrick18 on May 04, 2022, 10:08:45 AM
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What did Derry do tactically which was different form last year? At first glance I'd have said more direct with their own kickouts and pressed the Tyrone kickout more often then they would have done last year.

Not much, just doing it better. They also seem to attacking in numbers more, Gallagher was very much concerned with making sure everyone was pushing up when they had possession. Also, they seemed to move players around alot which seemed to confuse Tyrone as players didn't know who to pick up. Meyler in particular found himself in places where we didn't want him. In general though, the most frustrating thing from a Tyrone perspective is that we would have known what Derry were going to bring and we still couldn't cope with it.

Thats quite a bit of change/progress then? all the talk of derry not having enough scorers well blown out of the water. McKindless to mf on Kennedy was a master stroke.

Was surprised by how attack minded Derry were.  Haven't seen much of them under Gallagher but assumed they would sit very deep and do the slow patient build up thing. But they attacked Tyrone at every opportunity with real purpose.  Great movement with the likes of Glass up and down the pitch, one minute in midflield, the next in his own backline helping out, and getting forward.  Tyrone were flat but Derry were magnificent and it would be great to see another team break through.

That's my feeling on it.

We all get riled up during these games and with the rivalries, and it lessens the chances of one's own county winning it, but isn't it much more exciting and much more fulfilling when you do manage to win it if there's more teams at the top level in the province?

I'd much rather win a tough Ulster championship every now and again than sleepwalk through the province every year as the likes of Dublin and Kerry do.

Even our own win in 2018 - we beat Cavan, Derry, Down and Fermanagh to win it because Monaghan beat Tyrone before getting sucker-punched by Fermanagh on the other side of the draw. Our tightest game was a six point victory over Derry. It was an unexpected and welcome Ulster title, but probably the handiest and least satisfying one we ever got.
Have to say it. Derry were outstanding. If you look at the quality of the teams left, Cavan Ulster champions from 2 years ago are probably the outside bet. Donegal, Monaghan and Derry are in superb shape.  Tyrone - last years champions are gone because they were not up to scratch, and may arguably have a better chance in the all Ireland than they would have had of winning Ulster. The Ulster championship is a superb competition and long may it continue to bring the thrills and spills.  Its a bit like the Tyrone club championship within the all Ireland context..

That's a fair comment.
If Derry can maintain that level of performance when up against Monaghan, who won't collapse in the same way Tyrone did, we have a chance of making an Ulster final.
We're still a bit of an unknown quantity though, imo. Its difficult to know where we stand due to Tyrone being so poor on the day.
Until we play against Monaghan who will bring a different level of intensity to the game for a full 70 mins, we won't really know what level we are at. There is a different feel about this Derry squad though.
I'd still have us as underdogs against Monaghan.
Realistically though, of the 4 teams left in Ulster, any of them could win it. Monaghan and Donegal still joint favourites in my view.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 04, 2022, 12:14:13 PM
You could see Colin Walsh employed on Rodgers for as long as possible given his influence on Sunday. Or definitely a defender.
Title: Re: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May
Post by: restorepride on May 30, 2022, 11:05:21 PM
Must be some craic in your house Tyrone08.

No smiles allowed today kids. Not until youíve taken the smiles off the face of everyone else in your class. Thatís how you earn the right to smile.

Celebrate when the job is done and you have the trophy. That's what top teams focus on and that's what Derry should be focused on.
FYI - job done and celebrating. You advice was what did it.