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« Reply #37905 on: June 13, 2018, 12:14:29 PM »
Derrytresk management gone also I'm led to believe.

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« Reply #37906 on: June 13, 2018, 02:11:08 PM »
Rumours of change of management in Galbally

Who is the manager and who is the replacement? That would be 3 division 1 teams that have changed management mid season. Club players think they are premier league players these days.

In fairness coalisland more than vindicated with their decision.  Not only are we undefeated since the change but it's cost us nothing as well....

Coalisland have started playing to the potential of their squad since the change of management. I think they were bottom of the league. Says a lot about their players who hold back depending on the management. I thought you play for the badge.

Obviously a manager can set up the team differently but the radical progress would suggest the Coalisland players were almost on strike.
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« Reply #37907 on: June 13, 2018, 04:22:09 PM »
Rumours of change of management in Galbally

Who is the manager and who is the replacement? That would be 3 division 1 teams that have changed management mid season. Club players think they are premier league players these days.

In fairness coalisland more than vindicated with their decision.  Not only are we undefeated since the change but it's cost us nothing as well....

Coalisland have started playing to the potential of their squad since the change of management. I think they were bottom of the league. Says a lot about their players who hold back depending on the management. I thought you play for the badge.

Obviously a manager can set up the team differently but the radical progress would suggest the Coalisland players were almost on strike.

Uneasy truce in Coalisland. Expect the same problems to creep back - a serious relegation panic is now averted.

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« Reply #37908 on: June 13, 2018, 05:23:58 PM »
Rumours of change of management in Galbally

Who is the manager and who is the replacement? That would be 3 division 1 teams that have changed management mid season. Club players think they are premier league players these days.

In fairness coalisland more than vindicated with their decision.  Not only are we undefeated since the change but it's cost us nothing as well....

Coalisland have started playing to the potential of their squad since the change of management. I think they were bottom of the league. Says a lot about their players who hold back depending on the management. I thought you play for the badge.

Obviously a manager can set up the team differently but the radical progress would suggest the Coalisland players were almost on strike.

Uneasy truce in Coalisland. Expect the same problems to creep back - a serious relegation panic is now averted.


Coalisland still have a good panel of players on there day could beat any team

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« Reply #37909 on: June 13, 2018, 06:53:21 PM »
Rumours of change of management in Galbally

Who is the manager and who is the replacement? That would be 3 division 1 teams that have changed management mid season. Club players think they are premier league players these days.

In fairness coalisland more than vindicated with their decision.  Not only are we undefeated since the change but it's cost us nothing as well....

Coalisland have started playing to the potential of their squad since the change of management. I think they were bottom of the league. Says a lot about their players who hold back depending on the management. I thought you play for the badge.

Obviously a manager can set up the team differently but the radical progress would suggest the Coalisland players were almost on strike.

Uneasy truce in Coalisland. Expect the same problems to creep back - a serious relegation panic is now averted.


Coalisland still have a good panel of players on there day could beat any team

100% agree, Coalisland is full of potential. Which makes me wonder how they were languishing around the bottom of the league. Have they lost since the management change? Did the players force the management out and now decided to play?

If they players put in the same effort they wouldn’t of been bottom. Obviously poor attitudes somewhere. Bound to be at least 11/11 of the same senior players still starting that started under McKeever.
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« Reply #37910 on: June 14, 2018, 10:53:06 AM »
Rumours of change of management in Galbally

Who is the manager and who is the replacement? That would be 3 division 1 teams that have changed management mid season. Club players think they are premier league players these days.

In fairness coalisland more than vindicated with their decision.  Not only are we undefeated since the change but it's cost us nothing as well....

Coalisland have started playing to the potential of their squad since the change of management. I think they were bottom of the league. Says a lot about their players who hold back depending on the management. I thought you play for the badge.

Obviously a manager can set up the team differently but the radical progress would suggest the Coalisland players were almost on strike.

Uneasy truce in Coalisland. Expect the same problems to creep back - a serious relegation panic is now averted.


Coalisland still have a good panel of players on there day could beat any team

100% agree, Coalisland is full of potential. Which makes me wonder how they were languishing around the bottom of the league. Have they lost since the management change? Did the players force the management out and now decided to play?

If they players put in the same effort they wouldn’t of been bottom. Obviously poor attitudes somewhere. Bound to be at least 11/11 of the same senior players still starting that started under McKeever.

I think any team will eventually need a change in voice around the place to freshen things up (something Tyrone also needs but different discussion). 

After 5 loses in a row the players thought a change was needed and since then the new management team have been put in place some of the defensive shackles have been take off.  The training is also considerably tougher but most importantly the team have regained a bit of confidence which sometimes is all you need.

I'd like to know what the uneasy truce is though?

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« Reply #37911 on: June 14, 2018, 12:25:47 PM »
Derrytresk management gone also I'm led to believe.

Thought this a particularly strange one, but asked a reliable source and he confirmed it. Says a few senior players forced the management out

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« Reply #37912 on: June 14, 2018, 12:28:29 PM »
Derrytresk management gone also I'm led to believe.

Thought this a particularly strange one, but asked a reliable source and he confirmed it. Says a few senior players forced the management out

Who was the manager? Emmet Teague?

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« Reply #37913 on: June 14, 2018, 02:01:23 PM »
Derrytresk management gone also I'm led to believe.

Thought this a particularly strange one, but asked a reliable source and he confirmed it. Says a few senior players forced the management out

Who was the manager? Emmet Teague?

Strange from what perspective?

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« Reply #37914 on: June 14, 2018, 02:19:02 PM »
Derrytresk management gone also I'm led to believe.

Thought this a particularly strange one, but asked a reliable source and he confirmed it. Says a few senior players forced the management out

Because a different manager would make them competitive? Not so sure. Did the Hill not finish 6th in Div 3 last year?
Who was the manager? Emmet Teague?

Strange from what perspective?

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« Reply #37915 on: June 14, 2018, 03:32:14 PM »
seems to be a club where players come and go...i believe they've lost a raft of quality players this year..and a few are injured..
not sure where they finished last year, but they came up through the playoffs fairly easily if i recall

looks like their back in junior regardless who takes over...

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« Reply #37916 on: June 14, 2018, 03:54:17 PM »
Derrytresk management gone also I'm led to believe.

Thought this a particularly strange one, but asked a reliable source and he confirmed it. Says a few senior players forced the management out

Who was the manager? Emmet Teague?

Strange from what perspective?

Strange because I dont think they have won a game, they lost their best player to Clonoe and stated by someone else they only came up via the playoffs. I would say they are relegated already so no point changing at this stage. Espicially strange since my man says a few senior players forced them, not the committee

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« Reply #37917 on: June 14, 2018, 04:32:47 PM »
Derrytresk management gone also I'm led to believe.

Thought this a particularly strange one, but asked a reliable source and he confirmed it. Says a few senior players forced the management out

Who was the manager? Emmet Teague?

Strange from what perspective?

Strange because I dont think they have won a game, they lost their best player to Clonoe and stated by someone else they only came up via the playoffs. I would say they are relegated already so no point changing at this stage. Espicially strange since my man says a few senior players forced them, not the committee

Unless actually this is the reason

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« Reply #37918 on: June 15, 2018, 11:34:29 PM »
Clonoe get rid of their man as well?

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« Reply #37919 on: June 16, 2018, 09:43:14 AM »
If Yous are looking for entertainment look no further than u14 football. Some serious scores racked up and omagh v loughmacrory the other night seemed to be a great game. Anyone at it