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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: September 10, 2019, 05:38:23 PM »
Junior:
Eskra V Errigal 3rds
Drumragh V Kildress
Kileeshil V Brockagh
Glenelly V Rock

Intermediate:
Pomeroy V Loughmacrory
Galbally V Aghyaran
Urney V Owen Roes

Moortown V Gortin
Winners V Greencastle

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: September 02, 2019, 06:39:18 PM »
This Weekends games then.

Clogher V Greencastle - Greencastle
Beragh V Loughmacrory - Loughmacrory
Aghyaran V Augher - Augher
Moortown V Gortin - Gortin

Trillick V Dromore - Trillick
Killyclogher V Donaghmore - Killyclogher
Moy V Clonoe - Clonoe
Ardboe V Coalisland - Ardboe

6/9 last weekend

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: August 30, 2019, 05:08:57 PM »
Stewartstown v Owen Roes - Owen Roes by 3
Eglish v Errigal - Errigal by 7
Tattyreagh vs Edendork - Draw
Omagh v Dungannon - Omagh by 2
Rock v Aghaloo - Aghaloo by 3
Cookstown v Urney - Draw
Carrickmore v Derrylaughan - Carrickmore by 6
Pomeroy v NTS - Pomeroy by 10
Galbally v Strabane - Galbally by 10

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 19, 2019, 07:21:08 PM »
Peter harte opted off the panel before the Kerry game.

OOhhhhhhhh well played

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 14, 2019, 09:57:28 PM »
Still can't believe either that we pi$$ed that one away. Haven't felt as bad after a game since Mayo 2016.

I like many many others dont feel bad at all, because when you do the same thing over and over, you get the same results

Should get a boy like you in next to manage the team then as you clearly know best. If you can’t see the tactics evolving in recent years it’s a worrying start though.

"Evolving" ?? Tyrone have been playing 13/14 men back for years since Jimmy started it and MH copied. At least in the league they tried new attacking tactics and they were good to watch but then reverted back to style and got beat AGAIN by a big team

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 13, 2019, 08:38:06 PM »
Still can't believe either that we pi$$ed that one away. Haven't felt as bad after a game since Mayo 2016.

I like many many others dont feel bad at all, because when you do the same thing over and over, you get the same results

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 13, 2019, 03:31:02 PM »
completely agree...I watched the Meyler - OShea matchup the whole first half and Meyler gave him some abuse...Oshea seemed able to handle it..and give it back and even blocked some of meylers runs up the field...Peter unfortunately has been too easily taken out of most of Tyrones big games now.....

Meyler done to O'Shea what was being done to PH all game. Difference being O'Shea (younger) has a bigger set than PH and is up for the fight. Too many times now PH goes missing in these big games and management have to take some flack for that

In reference to the time Deegan watched PH being manhandled, all Harte had to do was show some fight back and get both men a yellow card. Kerry man darnt put the hands on him at that stage

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: August 12, 2019, 05:57:13 PM »
Do southtyronegael and his mates only comment on here during or after defeats? All very quiet this last few weeks.

We’re now at important junction in the year where we enter the business end. I think the players deserve praise for putting in a huge amount of work this year again. They started the championship slowly but have put in very good performances in recent weeks.

Harte also deserves praise for leading us to the last 8 of the all Ireland in 14 out of his 17 seasons in charge, an incredible statistic. We have also got to 8 semi finals since he took over and hopefully we’ll get back there and further again this year.

Next week looks like a huge game in deciding that. Hopefully a large support travel and give the team the support they deserve, Roscommon will be up for it big time.

Quiet - Tyrone have beaten nobody of note
Huge work - Is this not required every year??
Performances - Against lower opposition
Harte - Credit were due, just feel it time he moved on while he still gets the plaudits for these stats and not ruine his legacy

I will heap praise when we finally beat Kerry/Mayo or Dublin when it counts


No Praise. Beaten again
Nothing will change
Same again next year
Repeat

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: July 16, 2019, 02:59:50 PM »
It is becoming clear that Club football cannot co-exist with inter-county football in counties that regularly make the QF stage (especially through the back door).

A solution is to follow the Mayo approach (where county players hardly play club) and flip the Tyrone league as it currently stands. 10 games to be played without county players and 5 with (which I suppose we could define as "starred games" seeing as the county men are actually playing). To make up for the loss of county players, the rounds with county players could play would count for double points (4pts for a win; 2 for a draw), therefore giving county players the chance to help their teams gain 20pts, whilst leaving their teammates to collect the rest whilst the county season continues.

This approach would allow football to continue all summer, and the CCC could clearly pick 5 weekends where County Players would be available e.g. rounds 1-3 and rounds 14-15. If Tyrone are elimated earlier that QF/SF, then all games become "starred" games going forward.

A proposal went around a year or two ago suggesting 11 games with and 11 without, but that required a total overhaul of how Tyrone leagues look and play i.e. reduction from 16 to 12 teams per league. The above would undoubtedly dilute the league's standing slightly, but something seriously needs done before the floor collapses and we ruin football for the 99% to cater for the 1%.

+1

Been saying for years GAA is in danger of following Irish Rugby and killing the club game completly, just tocater to the "elite" and county players become paid

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: July 08, 2019, 11:26:40 AM »
Do southtyronegael and his mates only comment on here during or after defeats? All very quiet this last few weeks.

We’re now at important junction in the year where we enter the business end. I think the players deserve praise for putting in a huge amount of work this year again. They started the championship slowly but have put in very good performances in recent weeks.

Harte also deserves praise for leading us to the last 8 of the all Ireland in 14 out of his 17 seasons in charge, an incredible statistic. We have also got to 8 semi finals since he took over and hopefully we’ll get back there and further again this year.

Next week looks like a huge game in deciding that. Hopefully a large support travel and give the team the support they deserve, Roscommon will be up for it big time.

Quiet - Tyrone have beaten nobody of note
Huge work - Is this not required every year??
Performances - Against lower opposition
Harte - Credit were due, just feel it time he moved on while he still gets the plaudits for these stats and not ruine his legacy

I will heap praise when we finally beat Kerry/Mayo or Dublin when it counts

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: June 30, 2019, 10:38:24 AM »
Good result from Tyrone. Plenty of good performances especially McShane and Harte. Matty Donnelly showed well too. Very good management also. Well done Mickey and team.

Ok horse

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: June 12, 2019, 11:47:43 AM »
Tyrone players went on some rip in Monaghan on Saturday night!

Maybe that is what they needed.....

Hampsey has a back problem(pelvis) that needs a op....That would maybe explain his form....never trained last week due to this problem....

Heard he was injured and shouldnt have been playing. I withdraw my roasting comment from a page back. Would that of been Hartes call or himselfs??

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: June 11, 2019, 04:12:43 PM »
OK then. One final question..

Who was cavanagh marking in his battle in the middle of the pitch

If you look back at the first goal you can see Cavanagh chasing Paddy McGrath back from the Donegal 45. Now what sort of sweeper is up in the opponents half pressing the ball. What sort of sweeper is running up into the opponents 6 yard box?

A sweeper sits, he plays in front of the full back line. The problem today with Tyrone was they were all charging around like headless chickens after the ball.

Cavanagh was bombing forward all first half, if he was doing his job as a sweeper he doesn't do that. We didn't deploy a sweeper, it was clear as day and to say we did is cloud cuckoo stuff.

Thanks for answering my question

Sober up and have a look back at it as you seemed to have had a vivid imagination if you actually watched that game.

Don't change the subject just answer the fcukin question...

Who did colm cavanagh mark in his conventional role as an orthodox midfielder.

To jump in on "In Hidings" (Hartes Cub) and "Angelos" love in -

2nd half Tyrone took colm cavanagh off, pushed up on Donegal kickouts and won the second half by a score of 8 points to 5.

But sure you twist it whatever way you want


I cant believe you actually tried to argue that winning the 2nd half the other night was a positive you clown. Harte 100% to blame for that shambles. Wouldnt blame a few players for walking after seeing some excuse of players both starting and coming on. That Mc Donnell lad cant fist pass to a man 10 yards away, got PH his black card (which was a trip by leading with his foot)

I repeat, this Tyrone team are hugely over rated. I dont think I ever saw Hampshey ever roasted as bad in my life either. Suppose Murphy was due 1 against him as Hampshey as regularly won that battle

If you think I'm hartes cub then you haven't read too many of my posts.
Was winning the second half a negative for you?

The 70+ minutes were all negative, 2nd best all over the park

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« on: June 10, 2019, 04:44:47 PM »
OK then. One final question..

Who was cavanagh marking in his battle in the middle of the pitch

If you look back at the first goal you can see Cavanagh chasing Paddy McGrath back from the Donegal 45. Now what sort of sweeper is up in the opponents half pressing the ball. What sort of sweeper is running up into the opponents 6 yard box?

A sweeper sits, he plays in front of the full back line. The problem today with Tyrone was they were all charging around like headless chickens after the ball.

Cavanagh was bombing forward all first half, if he was doing his job as a sweeper he doesn't do that. We didn't deploy a sweeper, it was clear as day and to say we did is cloud cuckoo stuff.

Thanks for answering my question

Sober up and have a look back at it as you seemed to have had a vivid imagination if you actually watched that game.

Don't change the subject just answer the fcukin question...

Who did colm cavanagh mark in his conventional role as an orthodox midfielder.

To jump in on "In Hidings" (Hartes Cub) and "Angelos" love in -

2nd half Tyrone took colm cavanagh off, pushed up on Donegal kickouts and won the second half by a score of 8 points to 5.

But sure you twist it whatever way you want


I cant believe you actually tried to argue that winning the 2nd half the other night was a positive you clown. Harte 100% to blame for that shambles. Wouldnt blame a few players for walking after seeing some excuse of players both starting and coming on. That Mc Donnell lad cant fist pass to a man 10 yards away, got PH his black card (which was a trip by leading with his foot)

I repeat, this Tyrone team are hugely over rated. I dont think I ever saw Hampshey ever roasted as bad in my life either. Suppose Murphy was due 1 against him as Hampshey as regularly won that battle

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: May 24, 2019, 11:51:18 AM »
Everyone to their own I guess, what I know if I got hit in the way it has been described on this discussion board, yip I would have returned the compliment. I have no qualm in saying that. What if he had of retaliated and got sent off, big deal, one game suspension. Its called self defence. I appreciate everyone sees these things differently and everyone is different, I think its called ‘fight or flight’ in relation to how people instinctively react.

You'll search long and hard to find ANYONE who will agree with you on your opinion here

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