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« Reply #34680 on: April 20, 2017, 04:05:02 PM »
Very surprised that Gortin would be allowed to assault an opposing manager with Roger Keenan in charge not a man who would tolerate that kind of behaviour.

Pity Roger didn't get a slap in the gub! Hateful man.

I concur. hateful man indeed.

How come? Genuinely just curious about why he is hateful, I must have missed goss at some stage lol fill me in :)

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« Reply #34681 on: April 20, 2017, 04:23:22 PM »
What about the dungannon gortin game - heard there was some major boxing done? Heard Paul rouse got jaw broke - is this true. Hope it's not true wouldn't wish that on anyone - him only a mentor too
is this true? if so disgrace..any men sent off?

seen the video of this row, its shows Rouse in the corner of the video shouldering/ shoving someone and then a few Gortin players sprint over to him and give him a bit of a bating, he didn't look to be in much pain/ holding his jaw after this when the video played on but the adrenaline may have numbed the pain at the time....

Video shows Rouse getting battered by several Gortin players and not 1 Dungannon man come to his rescue/back up whatever you wanna call it. Dont start rows with culchie's unless you's can back it up townies lol. You would think with Dungannon players reputation of boxing around the town at the weekends they wouldve been handy enough, no signs of it in the video

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« Reply #34682 on: April 20, 2017, 04:25:47 PM »
Very surprised that Gortin would be allowed to assault an opposing manager with Roger Keenan in charge not a man who would tolerate that kind of behaviour.

Pity Roger didn't get a slap in the gub! Hateful man.

I concur. hateful man indeed.

How come? Genuinely just curious about why he is hateful, I must have missed goss at some stage lol fill me in :)

Was just about to ask the same..played against him hard as the road...dont think i have ever came across him from i stopped playing....

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« Reply #34683 on: April 20, 2017, 04:29:56 PM »
What about the dungannon gortin game - heard there was some major boxing done? Heard Paul rouse got jaw broke - is this true. Hope it's not true wouldn't wish that on anyone - him only a mentor too
is this true? if so disgrace..any men sent off?

seen the video of this row, its shows Rouse in the corner of the video shouldering/ shoving someone and then a few Gortin players sprint over to him and give him a bit of a bating, he didn't look to be in much pain/ holding his jaw after this when the video played on but the adrenaline may have numbed the pain at the time....

Video shows Rouse getting battered by several Gortin players and not 1 Dungannon man come to his rescue/back up whatever you wanna call it. Dont start rows with culchie's unless you's can back it up townies lol. You would think with Dungannon players reputation of boxing around the town at the weekends they wouldve been handy enough, no signs of it in the video

maybe the Dungannon players thought he deserved a bating for getting them all to sign up to the monthly direct debit to pay for him

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« Reply #34684 on: April 20, 2017, 04:34:47 PM »
Apparently Micky Harte has told the county men there not to play in tonight's Pomeroy v Dromore league game.

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« Reply #34685 on: April 20, 2017, 04:49:39 PM »
Apparently Micky Harte has told the county men there not to play in tonight's Pomeroy v Dromore league game.

Can any of you see them playing on Sunday evening either? Could be a case of the bus 'broke down' on the way home, the final team meeting 'running late' or other such 'delays' on the way back or maybe even mysterious injuries picked up over the weekend... But I've a feeling that a lot of county men won't be lining out on Sunday evening...

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« Reply #34686 on: April 20, 2017, 04:50:31 PM »
the video is pretty bad, both teams getting stuck in. Dungannon manager does take a right beating as well. Ref seemed to call the match off at that stage. You would imagine that the video will fall into the hands of the country board at some stage.

Is the video floating about the general population? Wouldn't mind having a look!

Anywhere else this can be seen?

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« Reply #34687 on: April 20, 2017, 04:51:21 PM »
Apparently Micky Harte has told the county men there not to play in tonight's Pomeroy v Dromore league game.

Disgrace if true, surely it cant be.
Harte hasn't given HP McGeary a single minute in the national league and then stopping him from playing a club game.
Its not a starred fixture so all county men should be available!!!
« Last Edit: April 20, 2017, 04:55:28 PM by redhandofgod »

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« Reply #34688 on: April 20, 2017, 05:14:58 PM »
the video is pretty bad, both teams getting stuck in. Dungannon manager does take a right beating as well. Ref seemed to call the match off at that stage. You would imagine that the video will fall into the hands of the country board at some stage.

Is the video floating about the general population? Wouldn't mind having a look!

Anywhere else this can be seen?

Aye send it on there WT4E

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« Reply #34689 on: April 20, 2017, 06:08:59 PM »
Must have been true, Dromore v Pomeroy off! Crazy! :o

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« Reply #34690 on: April 20, 2017, 06:19:04 PM »
Not crazy as 23 other games were fixed for sunday night be unfair on pomeroy and dromore county men to be heading off for a training weekend after an hour of intense football.No doubt the game should have been called off sooner.

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« Reply #34691 on: April 20, 2017, 06:43:45 PM »
Not crazy as 23 other games were fixed for sunday night be unfair on pomeroy and dromore county men to be heading off for a training weekend after an hour of intense football.No doubt the game should have been called off sooner.

Is it not crazier just being home from an intense training weekend and expected to play an intense club game that evening. It suited both Pomeroy and Dromore to have the game played tonight. Let's not forget these games were originally fixed for tonight until the Omagh club disputed the Thursday night fixture. Micky Harte being Micky Harte told the county men they wouldn't be playing for their club tonight. Thick man!

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« Reply #34692 on: April 20, 2017, 06:52:16 PM »
I'd say Tyrone had plans for Friday Saturday and Sunday based on everyone playing Thursday night (or preferably Tuesday night or another week). Then the games got switched to Sunday evening so they put an extra training session in tonight to make up for what's missed with the early finish Sunday.

What doesn't make any sense is how the game got called off at this stage.

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« Reply #34693 on: April 20, 2017, 06:54:18 PM »
Not crazy as 23 other games were fixed for sunday night be unfair on pomeroy and dromore county men to be heading off for a training weekend after an hour of intense football.No doubt the game should have been called off sooner.

Harte has called training for tonight even though they are going to Carlton house in the morning for a training weekend.....what's the difference?

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« Reply #34694 on: April 20, 2017, 07:26:20 PM »
Harte showing the CCC who is boss the whole thing is a sham... Dromore players tweeting there had left for pomeroy before they where even told...