Author Topic: Tyrone 0-10 Derry 1-18 - Ulster SFC 2022 Quarter Final, Sunday 1st May  (Read 20111 times)

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Gallagher’s 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
You’ll feel better after you take your beating. Focus on the football Derry played. 1.18. I think you’ll 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 👍🏻

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Logan, Dooher, McGinley, O'Neill, Devlin and Harte all have taking some trimming the past 9/10 in championship football. Funny auld game.

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Gallagher’s 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
You’ll feel better after you take your beating. Focus on the football Derry played. 1.18. I think you’ll 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?

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You appear as sore a winner as anyone is a loser  ;D (person who wanted Derry to win here before you start)

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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.

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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.
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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.

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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.
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Gallagher’s 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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Gallagher’s 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

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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.

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You appear as sore a winner as anyone is a loser  ;D (person who wanted Derry to win here before you start)
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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).

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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.

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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.
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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