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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #240 on: August 04, 2019, 09:56:03 PM »
I have great time for Connolly, probably the best footballer I’ve ever seen. It was great seeing him back and I thought he did quite well. However, I’m not sure if he’ll be up to the intensity Mayo will bring next week. That said, I would be shocked if he wasn’t on the 26 I would be shocked and I’d certainly be worried to see him appear against Mayo.
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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #241 on: August 04, 2019, 10:09:33 PM »
Will Sunday Game show the nasty elbow by Niall Sludden on Brogan? Hopefully will be flagged and he not playing against us next weekend. Surprised Dublin Joe didn't flash the card.

Eh? You serious? That was an accidental clash

Watch it again. He knew what he was doing. If Paul Murphy or Peter Crowley done that we wouldn't hear the end of it

Christ and they say Tyronies have a persecution complex.

Can’t believe this is happening but I’m an Armagh man defending a Tyrone player. Well done kerrydorsam

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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #242 on: August 04, 2019, 10:10:28 PM »
I have great time for Connolly, probably the best footballer I’ve ever seen. It was great seeing him back and I thought he did quite well. However, I’m not sure if he’ll be up to the intensity Mayo will bring next week. That said, I would be shocked if he wasn’t on the 26 I would be shocked and I’d certainly be worried to see him appear against Mayo.

I imagine today was all about bringing him into the 26 for next week and, more than likely, the final

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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #243 on: August 04, 2019, 10:15:16 PM »
I have great time for Connolly, probably the best footballer I’ve ever seen. It was great seeing him back and I thought he did quite well. However, I’m not sure if he’ll be up to the intensity Mayo will bring next week. That said, I would be shocked if he wasn’t on the 26 I would be shocked and I’d certainly be worried to see him appear against Mayo.

I imagine today was all about bringing him into the 26 for next week and, more than likely, the final

I was surprised he didn’t get a run against Roscommon, it would be a big game to throw him into after so long out
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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #244 on: August 04, 2019, 10:18:29 PM »
I might be reading too much into this but hear me out...
The Connolly situation reads a bit like complacency from Gavin, getting Connolly’s game time in today and next week so he can play a key role in the final, but they’ve made no final yet!
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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #245 on: August 04, 2019, 10:33:36 PM »
Mickey Harte masterclass.  Sold Gavin a dummy and the smug twat fell for it hook, line and sinker.   ;) ;D

Comedy gold. He will be walking on water next.

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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #246 on: August 04, 2019, 10:42:21 PM »
What's the capacity of Omagh?

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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #247 on: August 04, 2019, 10:43:24 PM »
If Dublin win this year it would be 5 years without a single championship loss?

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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #248 on: August 04, 2019, 10:53:31 PM »
If Dublin win this year it would be 5 years without a single championship loss?

Of course yes . They have only lost two games in nine years 11-19 . Mayo in 12 and Donegal in 14 , it's incredible .
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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #249 on: August 05, 2019, 01:12:52 PM »
I have great time for Connolly, probably the best footballer I’ve ever seen. It was great seeing him back and I thought he did quite well. However, I’m not sure if he’ll be up to the intensity Mayo will bring next week. That said, I would be shocked if he wasn’t on the 26 I would be shocked and I’d certainly be worried to see him appear against Mayo.
Firmly believe Connolly was brought in because Gavin thought we’d a lack of depth at 10/12 after Howard and Scully. But Bugler’s return from injury, and man of the match performance, might keep Connolly out of the 26.
Although on balance, I would expect that Connolly’s fielding ability in particular should see him get on the bench.

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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #250 on: August 05, 2019, 01:27:50 PM »
I still think it was the height of stupidity by Tyrone . Why not force a Kerry v Dublin semi final whilst getting a handy semi yourself . Mickey Harte is an idiot for approaching it the way he did. The secret to spoiling five was to pit them against the kingdom in a semi.
When was the last time Dublin won handy against Mayo in the championship? I’d expect Saturday to be every bit as much of a war as the last 3 AI finals they’ve met in.

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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #251 on: August 06, 2019, 11:43:36 AM »
I have great time for Connolly, probably the best footballer I’ve ever seen. It was great seeing him back and I thought he did quite well. However, I’m not sure if he’ll be up to the intensity Mayo will bring next week. That said, I would be shocked if he wasn’t on the 26 I would be shocked and I’d certainly be worried to see him appear against Mayo.
Firmly believe Connolly was brought in because Gavin thought we’d a lack of depth at 10/12 after Howard and Scully. But Bugler’s return from injury, and man of the match performance, might keep Connolly out of the 26.
Although on balance, I would expect that Connolly’s fielding ability in particular should see him get on the bench.

Or, What Jim Gavin was saying for the last couple of years is true, he was always welcome back. Fair play to Jim Gavin, i would say plenty of managers would say no at the tail end of they season.

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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #252 on: August 12, 2019, 04:44:39 PM »
I still think it was the height of stupidity by Tyrone . Why not force a Kerry v Dublin semi final whilst getting a handy semi yourself . Mickey Harte is an idiot for approaching it the way he did. The secret to spoiling five was to pit them against the kingdom in a semi.
When was the last time Dublin won handy against Mayo in the championship? I’d expect Saturday to be every bit as much of a war as the last 3 AI finals they’ve met in.

Tyrone could of easily beat Dublin in this game and would now be most likely looking forward to a final
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Re: Tír Eoghain vs Átha Cliath, An Omaigh, Sunday 4th August @ 4pm
« Reply #253 on: August 12, 2019, 05:42:21 PM »
I still think it was the height of stupidity by Tyrone . Why not force a Kerry v Dublin semi final whilst getting a handy semi yourself . Mickey Harte is an idiot for approaching it the way he did. The secret to spoiling five was to pit them against the kingdom in a semi.
When was the last time Dublin won handy against Mayo in the championship? I’d expect Saturday to be every bit as much of a war as the last 3 AI finals they’ve met in.

Tyrone could of easily beat Dublin in this game and would now be most likely looking forward to a final

Mickey Harte masterclass.  Sold Gavin a dummy and the smug twat fell for it hook, line and sinker.   ;) ;D

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