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« Reply #42135 on: November 15, 2019, 09:48:37 PM »
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

Didn't know that, must be a thing up there as o hagan is a massive mouth piece too

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« Reply #42136 on: November 15, 2019, 10:08:14 PM »
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

Didn't know that, must be a thing up there as o hagan is a massive mouth piece too

Didnít know OíNeill is a menace? If you've seen Clonoe play under his management itís hard to miss. Iím sure the refereeís of Tyrone will be delighted. I couldnít imagine Stevie McDonnell looking anyone like that about him.
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« Reply #42137 on: November 15, 2019, 10:12:43 PM »
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

Didn't know that, must be a thing up there as o hagan is a massive mouth piece too

Didnít know OíNeill is a menace? If you've seen Clonoe play under his management itís hard to miss. Iím sure the refereeís of Tyrone will be delighted. I couldnít imagine Stevie McDonnell looking anyone like that about him.

Have to agree with that !!!

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« Reply #42138 on: November 15, 2019, 10:44:58 PM »
Stevie McDonnell taking over Clonoe for 2020.

Another outside manager.   Canít native Clonoe people manage anything beyond a good shite?

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« Reply #42139 on: November 15, 2019, 10:53:57 PM »
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

Didn't know that, must be a thing up there as o hagan is a massive mouth piece too

Didnít know OíNeill is a menace? If you've seen Clonoe play under his management itís hard to miss. Iím sure the refereeís of Tyrone will be delighted. I couldnít imagine Stevie McDonnell looking anyone like that about him.

Have to agree with that !!!
Seen them this year but I was over at the far side.
I've seen mcdonnell being mouthy too with Armagh u21s against Tyrone one night. But he wasn't long managing that time.

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« Reply #42140 on: November 16, 2019, 12:50:41 PM »
Stevie McDonnell taking over Clonoe for 2020.

Another outside manager.   Canít native Clonoe people manage anything beyond a good shite?

Weíve had an inside manager the past two, on the subject of shite, have u looked in the mirror 🖕

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« Reply #42141 on: November 17, 2019, 09:04:31 AM »
Stevie McDonnell taking over Clonoe for 2020.

Another outside manager.   Canít native Clonoe people manage anything beyond a good shite?

Weíve had an inside manager the past two, on the subject of shite, have u looked in the mirror 🖕

What's McDonnell's management background? Has he managed any sides in Armagh?

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« Reply #42142 on: November 17, 2019, 09:31:34 AM »
Quote from: redzone
[quote author=Tyrone Gaa link=topic=12.msg1939690#msg1939690 date=1573853100
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

Didn't know that, must be a thing up there as o hagan is a massive mouth piece too

Didnít know OíNeill is a menace? If you've seen Clonoe play under his management itís hard to miss. Iím sure the refereeís of Tyrone will be delighted. I couldnít imagine Stevie McDonnell looking anyone like that about him.
[/quote]

Menace? Catch yourself on! Niall is well respected in clonoe as a player and as manager as well. Hes passionate and loses his temper sometimes what's the problem?

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« Reply #42143 on: November 17, 2019, 11:14:15 AM »
Quote from: redzone
[quote author=Tyrone Gaa link=topic=12.msg1939690#msg1939690 date=1573853100
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

Didn't know that, must be a thing up there as o hagan is a massive mouth piece too

Didnít know OíNeill is a menace? If you've seen Clonoe play under his management itís hard to miss. Iím sure the refereeís of Tyrone will be delighted. I couldnít imagine Stevie McDonnell looking anyone like that about him.

Menace? Catch yourself on! Niall is well respected in clonoe as a player and as manager as well. Hes passionate and loses his temper sometimes what's the problem?
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Sorry to upset you Niall, but you lose your temper all the time. Ignorance cannot be substituted as passion!! An absolute disgrace, clonoe people stand back and laugh. Clown
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« Reply #42144 on: November 17, 2019, 11:19:34 AM »
Quote from: redzone
[quote author=Tyrone Gaa link=topic=12.msg1939690#msg1939690 date=1573853100
Did niall oneill step down, thought he done a great job last year with them.

Iíd imagine even the Clonoe support couldnít listen to him. Never seen worse!! The man canít handle himself.

Didn't know that, must be a thing up there as o hagan is a massive mouth piece too

Didnít know OíNeill is a menace? If you've seen Clonoe play under his management itís hard to miss. Iím sure the refereeís of Tyrone will be delighted. I couldnít imagine Stevie McDonnell looking anyone like that about him.

Menace? Catch yourself on! Niall is well respected in clonoe as a player and as manager as well. Hes passionate and loses his temper sometimes what's the problem?

Sorry to upset you Niall, but you lose your temper all the time. Ignorance cannot be substituted as passion!! An absolute disgrace, clonoe people stand back and laugh. Clown
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😂😂 your a sensitive little soul arent you? What club are you from?

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« Reply #42145 on: November 17, 2019, 03:08:13 PM »
Dungannon hurling lose on penalties!! Tyrone clubs are the English of penalty shootouts!! Rather depressing  :-[

Dungannon played exceptional
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« Reply #42146 on: November 17, 2019, 04:07:59 PM »
Dungannon hurling lose on penalties!! Tyrone clubs are the English of penalty shootouts!! Rather depressing  :-[

Dungannon played exceptional

No way to decide an Ulster Final..Hard luck to Dungannon.

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« Reply #42147 on: November 17, 2019, 06:57:44 PM »
Townies are junior. Well it hasn't been a bad year after all.

Did I hear they even wheeled out Mugsy for the day?

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« Reply #42148 on: November 17, 2019, 07:40:22 PM »
Townies are junior. Well it hasn't been a bad year after all.

Did I hear they even wheeled out Mugsy for the day?

Excellent news, perhaps they can take time and reflect and bounce back a better club. All Ireland Junior will be the target now 😂
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« Reply #42149 on: November 17, 2019, 08:32:22 PM »
Townies are junior. Well it hasn't been a bad year after all.

Did I hear they even wheeled out Mugsy for the day?
He got 15 minutes. Clutching at straws at that stage.