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« Reply #39750 on: January 10, 2019, 01:41:55 PM »
Any truth that Loughmacrory have a new recruit in from Killyclogher?

Heard this aswel, massive addition for on and off the field!!!

Explain what you mean by off the field?  Leo's best days are well and truly over.

Yes best days are over him but to bring a man like this into a young Lough team is massive, experience and guidance from him and attitude is second to none
As for how they will benefit off the field?
Firstly im sure Leos children will now play for Loughmarory?
Secondly the work and history that the Mennagh family have brought to KC for years with the running of the club/coaching of youngsters/fund raising, there one of those familys that every club has and you need etc etc etc
This now id imagine is gone and buried with KC and Loughmacrory will now benefit from this!!

Is this all to do with the mess from last year that was mentioned on twitter?

He has been one of the top club forwards since 2001. Multiple club championship and all Ireland winner. Senior League winning captain. The brother was the first captain in the club's history to lift the ONeill Cup. Absolute joke the way his family have been treated by the club. A family that owe the club nothing and have been responsible for making the club enjoy its best days both on and off the field in recent years.  The current committee have a lot to answer for running the whole facade. The recent AGM was a total embarrassment for the club members both old and new. This has really split the club the past number of years to the point where people donít goto matches or get involved with teams otherwise would be accused of taking sides. Travesty that a player of this quality and stature feels forced to play his football elsewhere when really should be continuing to wear lesbleues jersey he gave many special days in. Wouldnít blame the siblings, cousins and next generation throwing their lot in elsewhere given how shamefully the club executive handled this in ostracizing the family. Perhaps the chosen few can discuss this at tonight's meeting!!!!

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #39751 on: January 10, 2019, 04:29:34 PM »
Still got to the county final last year TBF.


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« Reply #39752 on: January 10, 2019, 06:11:26 PM »
Any truth that Loughmacrory have a new recruit in from Killyclogher?

Heard this aswel, massive addition for on and off the field!!!

Explain what you mean by off the field?  Leo's best days are well and truly over.

Yes best days are over him but to bring a man like this into a young Lough team is massive, experience and guidance from him and attitude is second to none
As for how they will benefit off the field?
Firstly im sure Leos children will now play for Loughmarory?
Secondly the work and history that the Mennagh family have brought to KC for years with the running of the club/coaching of youngsters/fund raising, there one of those familys that every club has and you need etc etc etc
This now id imagine is gone and buried with KC and Loughmacrory will now benefit from this!!

Is this all to do with the mess from last year that was mentioned on twitter?

He has been one of the top club forwards since 2001. Multiple club championship and all Ireland winner. Senior League winning captain. The brother was the first captain in the club's history to lift the ONeill Cup. Absolute joke the way his family have been treated by the club. A family that owe the club nothing and have been responsible for making the club enjoy its best days both on and off the field in recent years.  The current committee have a lot to answer for running the whole facade. The recent AGM was a total embarrassment for the club members both old and new. This has really split the club the past number of years to the point where people donít goto matches or get involved with teams otherwise would be accused of taking sides. Travesty that a player of this quality and stature feels forced to play his football elsewhere when really should be continuing to wear lesbleues jersey he gave many special days in. Wouldnít blame the siblings, cousins and next generation throwing their lot in elsewhere given how shamefully the club executive handled this in ostracizing the family. Perhaps the chosen few can discuss this at tonight's meeting!!!!

That's saying alot without saying anything.

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« Reply #39753 on: January 10, 2019, 08:19:50 PM »
Folks, does anybody have any idea of when club fixtures etc are going to be released? Even just a timetable? Trying to plan a few weekends for the summer and it isn't easy!!! ;D

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« Reply #39754 on: January 10, 2019, 10:55:09 PM »
Folks, does anybody have any idea of when club fixtures etc are going to be released? Even just a timetable? Trying to plan a few weekends for the summer and it isn't easy!!! ;D

Officially there's no CCC in place yet to deal with that. Subcommittees to be ratified at County Committee on Tuesday night.

We might have a plan by the start of February??

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« Reply #39755 on: January 11, 2019, 09:27:39 AM »
is the club u21 comp starting soon?

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« Reply #39756 on: January 11, 2019, 01:58:38 PM »
is the club u21 comp starting soon?
The U21ís are due to start on the last weekend of January

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« Reply #39757 on: January 11, 2019, 02:45:57 PM »
Are many clubs out training yet? Considering the length of the season and falling playing numbers February would be time enough to get to the pitch. Still leaves a full 8 weeks plus for pre season and challenge games. Division 2 will be a tougher task this year with the addition of Pomeroy, Galbally and Aghyarn. All will be expecting a quick return to senior football especially the two neighbours who have relatively young squads with a good sprinkling of talent.



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« Reply #39758 on: January 11, 2019, 03:25:52 PM »
I'd assume all clubs are training at this stage. Some might be just in gym for now. But I'd be very surprised if any club had not started training yet.

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« Reply #39759 on: January 11, 2019, 06:41:00 PM »
I'd assume all clubs are training at this stage. Some might be just in gym for now. But I'd be very surprised if any club had not started training yet.

Donít think all clubs have management appointed yet.

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« Reply #39760 on: January 11, 2019, 09:38:59 PM »
Tatts are hard at it they had a good session under a current Tyrone player recently.Plenty of optimism in the camp.

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« Reply #39761 on: January 12, 2019, 09:22:33 AM »
I'd assume all clubs are training at this stage. Some might be just in gym for now. But I'd be very surprised if any club had not started training yet.

Donít think all clubs have management appointed yet.

Any manager coming in will be impressed if the players can drive themselves. You don't need a manager to get the lads out and at it.

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« Reply #39762 on: January 15, 2019, 04:11:37 PM »
Any update on club managers/coaches?
Will be interesting to see how many go 'in house'

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #39763 on: January 15, 2019, 04:13:24 PM »
I'd assume all clubs are training at this stage. Some might be just in gym for now. But I'd be very surprised if any club had not started training yet.

Donít think all clubs have management appointed yet.

Any manager coming in will be impressed if the players can drive themselves. You don't need a manager to get the lads out and at it.

Any player that's doing a bit more than few squats or bench presses over Xmas or in January, needs a good hard kick in the penile region.

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #39764 on: January 15, 2019, 04:39:36 PM »
Eskra have new manager be interesting when they play Fintona.