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GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Tyrone U20
« on: June 19, 2018, 09:00:26 AM »
So Armagh are appealing all 10 suspensions. Ffs, the GAA disciplinary procedures are utterly useless. Does the Armagh Co Board really believe that not one Armagh player deserves a suspension? Like I said before, a newly rewritten rule book is needed so loopholes are eliminated and decisions are more water tight. Iíd double suspensions if appeals are unsuccessful.

No doubt those posters falling over themselves to condemn Tyroneís appeal last week will be doing the same again here??

Are we really appealing all ten? Thatís a joke.

why is appealing all ten a joke.
I take it you have never been involved in the legal process  ;)
its always the case you appeal all in the expectation of being successful in a few.

GAA Discussion / Re: Sligo v Armagh 23/06/2018
« on: June 18, 2018, 01:19:56 PM »
agree total apathy in both counties, won`t be travelling as just can`t seem to muster the enthusiasm, its simply prolonging the inevitable hammering somewhere down the line if Armagh win.

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Tyrone U20
« on: June 14, 2018, 04:39:31 PM »
Chatting to a guy today and he said the basis of the appeal is not that players were brought back on for extra time. Thatís allowee. Rather that one of the players brought back on was the player who got sent off for two yellow cards. Apparently thatís not allowed
my understanding is that this isn't articulated in their appeal
the 15 players is the basis of their appeal
they I believe acknowledge that they also had 15 players on the pitch

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Tyrone U20
« on: June 14, 2018, 01:39:45 PM »
chatting to a fair few guys from tyrone who are disappointed to say the least with the appeal.
the feeling from a few guys is  is that they feel the tyrone county board hope that both teams are thrown out which will only heighten the antagonism between the orchard and the red hands
can`t see the athletic grounds being used by tyrone for their  club championship this year or for a fair few years.
next time a club from tyrone asks me to buy a £100 ticket I know what answer they are getting ;D

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Tyrone U20
« on: June 13, 2018, 09:37:23 AM »
Tyrone have lodged an appeal regarding both being allowed to play 15  during second half of extra time
As the rules donít allow it
But ffs if that is the rule they were hardly disadvantaged

GAA Discussion / Re: Football qualifier route 2018
« on: June 12, 2018, 08:05:18 AM »
How many matches would Armagh need to win to get to the Super 8? Would that be three since the provincial finalist losers need to be added to the mix?

3 more

While this possible, you could beat Sligo, Louth and Lapis say, I'm not sure it would be entirely a good thing. Although you'd have one big game in Armagh.
Armagh never beat Laois 😎

GAA Discussion / Re: Armagh v Tyrone U20
« on: June 11, 2018, 11:33:48 AM »
Armagh officials attacking players - Armagh subs bench clearing onto the pitch to gang attacked Tyrones active players was absolutely disgusting sc**bag behaviour.

When an Armagh manager attacks and ends the game for an important Tyrone player and then they go on to win the game - its a hollow victory really!

Good Luck to Derry in the final.

loving it
Armagh beating tyrone  and tyrone bleating all good.

How bad was Rafferty shoulder  injury?

Armagh posters and supporters were much more prevalent, and seem to have completely tailed off
Still always log in every day to check whatís happening, and still hate Tyrone
Have been here for a fair while and genuinely for first time ever am ambivalent if Armagh win or not on Saturday.
We need a change of manager .

GAA Discussion / Re: Football qualifier route 2018
« on: May 30, 2018, 04:46:37 PM »
Why have WM got home advantage when they had it last year?

Drawn first out of the hat.

I really want to go to this match, I really do but I'm not sure if I should. Losing my appetite fast...

The season for me finished a couple of weeks back in Enniskillen.
Same for me
Appetite has gone for this year.

Trailer, if guys are used to playing with each other in a clearly defined systempassing is easy, you know the runs, you can anticipate movement etc,when teams chop and change a player can look ponderous as he canít work out when the runner is making the dash, players arenít where they should be etc.

When Armagh were successful the team barely changed and the diagonal ball was the key before the defensive system got into place, it looked easy but it took years to perfect as the two Brianís started it in the late 90s.

Basic skill execution let Armagh down. Passing and shooting. Address this and they might put some sort of respectable look on their years championship run.
I watched Monaghan give a master class in piercing a massed defence, for two years Armagh have been clearly aware of the tactics which the opposition would have going into the game but made no tactical variations to deal with this.
we can talk about basic skills etc but
we played two defenders and a mid fielder in the half forward line. we brought on two subs in the second half who have barely played 20 minutes county football in 2 years.
I am all for coaching basics but we are chopping and changing players every match.
out of last years panel,
Heffron, Morgan, Clarke, Campbell,ONeill,Hughes, McVerry  off the top of my head
that's some turnover for whatever reason.
I watched Fermanagh and they have a consistency in players as do Monaghan as do Tyrone.
we don`t and until we do keep players on board we aren't going anywhere  , players need to know their position and what their role is in the system.
for me the buck starts and end with the manager and we can`t say he has been dealt a horrendous hand given that in three years we played, Cavan, Down and Fermanagh losing all three handily enough.

games wasn't switched because of tv so assuming its on the iplayer

down by 7
nobody  but the diehards and United fans will see it though, the £24 ticket price will be  put to good use buying 5/6 pints watching the champions league

If Armagh had converted half of their wide tally then they could have won. We couldíve achieved that easily with Oisin OíNeill or Jamie Clarke on the pitch, picking off balls laid off by Murnin.
Armagh were never winning that game.
Fermanagh did a number all over the pitch so deserved to win and maybe could have pushed on further.
Have to say no11 for fer managh a tasty player if he could shoot, he was excellent as a link player all evening.
No22 got himself involved in a lot of nasty stuff  in last couple of minutes and actually found myself hoping someone would chin him ,he didnít need to do it as game was over.

Shambles of a performance from Armagh and genuinely I have no appetite to follow them in the back door .
On seeing the team sheet on Friday I couldnít see where the scores were coming from and was proved right, we were ponderous and the shot selection was mind boggling.
Fermanagh had a game plan and stuck to it winning easily in the end.for me 4 years in  under mc geeney and the defeats in the championship are getting harsher.
He has nowhere to go.

Interesting point though I think the game is falling away as a spectacle, was surprised how empty the groubd was but at £24 a ticket to watch what is an amateur game I think the gaa are losing the run of themselves.

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