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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42105 on: November 13, 2019, 10:42:06 AM »
Big appointments incoming in ballygawley and east Tyrone by the weekend. Former Monaghan crew touted to be signed up. Think we will see a lot of movement in coming weeks as clubs try to get house in order long before Christmas! Gone were the days when clubs would meet mid jan and start to look at things

Ive been tipping O'Rourke for a Tyrone club for a lifetime. Hopefully a few of you posters start listening to me

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« Reply #42106 on: November 13, 2019, 10:46:49 AM »
Big appointments incoming in ballygawley and east Tyrone by the weekend. Former Monaghan crew touted to be signed up. Think we will see a lot of movement in coming weeks as clubs try to get house in order long before Christmas! Gone were the days when clubs would meet mid jan and start to look at things

Ive been tipping O'Rourke for a Tyrone club for a lifetime. Hopefully a few of you posters start listening to me
Quite simply a case of throwing enough dung at the gable and something will stick in your case.

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« Reply #42107 on: November 13, 2019, 10:58:04 AM »
Big appointments incoming in ballygawley and east Tyrone by the weekend. Former Monaghan crew touted to be signed up. Think we will see a lot of movement in coming weeks as clubs try to get house in order long before Christmas! Gone were the days when clubs would meet mid jan and start to look at things

Ive been tipping O'Rourke for a Tyrone club for a lifetime. Hopefully a few of you posters start listening to me
Quite simply a case of throwing enough dung at the gable and something will stick in your case.

I must have been throwing the same dung over and over again, as thats the only manager ive mentioned going to a Tyrone club fella.

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« Reply #42108 on: November 13, 2019, 11:07:08 AM »
Big appointments incoming in ballygawley and east Tyrone by the weekend. Former Monaghan crew touted to be signed up. Think we will see a lot of movement in coming weeks as clubs try to get house in order long before Christmas! Gone were the days when clubs would meet mid jan and start to look at things

Thought O'Rourke was nailed on at Slaughtneil

That's Aidan O'Rourke for Slaughtneil

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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42109 on: November 13, 2019, 04:40:44 PM »
Essodon not happy Conor Mc Kenna helped his club at the weekend.

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« Reply #42110 on: November 13, 2019, 10:08:32 PM »
Essodon not happy Conor Mc Kenna helped his club at the weekend.

The obvious question is will he then play in the final playoff game. Eglish are probably lucky Pomeroy got an automatic place they should be able to see off any of the other 4 in my opinion even without McKenna.
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« Reply #42111 on: November 13, 2019, 11:10:08 PM »
Eglish still have a couple of weeks to wait to find out who they play which is far from ideal for them.
Some strange tweets following the last round of intermediate fixtures especially the Fermanagh man giving out about teams conceding fixtures - who was his dig aimed at as Beragh weren't effected?

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« Reply #42112 on: November 14, 2019, 07:44:55 AM »
Eglish still have a couple of weeks to wait to find out who they play which is far from ideal for them.
Some strange tweets following the last round of intermediate fixtures especially the Fermanagh man giving out about teams conceding fixtures - who was his dig aimed at as Beragh weren't effected?

Wasn’t aimed at anyone in particular but more the integrity of the league when teams are giving points to other teams. There was an expectation in some quarters that because Beragh were safe and couldn’t make the playoff they had nothing to play for against Loughmacrory and should have basically not put up a proper game and allowed then to be promoted automatically. This is ridiculous as there is always pride in the club, but we also had to make amends for the championship when many people will agree Beragh were the better team for long periods but couldn’t finish out the game

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« Reply #42113 on: November 14, 2019, 09:57:29 AM »
Sympathy in short supply for the lads at Loughmacrory anyway.

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« Reply #42114 on: November 14, 2019, 09:57:50 AM »
League's finish up a mess every year. Untill we get them played in summer and finished up before championship starts then it's just the way it's going to be.

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« Reply #42115 on: November 14, 2019, 12:03:01 PM »
Eglish still have a couple of weeks to wait to find out who they play which is far from ideal for them.
Some strange tweets following the last round of intermediate fixtures especially the Fermanagh man giving out about teams conceding fixtures - who was his dig aimed at as Beragh weren't effected?

Wasn’t aimed at anyone in particular but more the integrity of the league when teams are giving points to other teams. There was an expectation in some quarters that because Beragh were safe and couldn’t make the playoff they had nothing to play for against Loughmacrory and should have basically not put up a proper game and allowed then to be promoted automatically. This is ridiculous as there is always pride in the club, but we also had to make amends for the championship when many people will agree Beragh were the better team for long periods but couldn’t finish out the game


In that case I fully agree with him and its the proper way to conduct themselves as a club fighting for every point available.  Fair play to Beragh on maintaining their intermediate status having been in junior for a good number of years

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« Reply #42116 on: November 14, 2019, 01:53:54 PM »
Sympathy in short supply for the lads at Loughmacrory anyway.

Its only a matter of delaying the inevitable regardless.
Why no sympathy? 

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« Reply #42117 on: November 14, 2019, 01:58:56 PM »
Sympathy in short supply for the lads at Loughmacrory anyway.

Its only a matter of delaying the inevitable regardless.
Why no sympathy?

Their players have been behaving poorly about two years now - IF they go up, we'll see if that continues...D1 teams will not stand for that type of caper.

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« Reply #42118 on: November 14, 2019, 04:14:49 PM »
Sympathy in short supply for the lads at Loughmacrory anyway.

Its only a matter of delaying the inevitable regardless.
Why no sympathy?

Their players have been behaving poorly about two years now - IF they go up, we'll see if that continues...D1 teams will not stand for that type of caper.
What are the D1 teams going to do in terms of not putting up with it? Can't exactly retaliate and get the line? That's playing into what they want..

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« Reply #42119 on: November 14, 2019, 04:23:38 PM »
Sympathy in short supply for the lads at Loughmacrory anyway.

Its only a matter of delaying the inevitable regardless.
Why no sympathy?

Their players have been behaving poorly about two years now - IF they go up, we'll see if that continues...D1 teams will not stand for that type of caper.
What are the D1 teams going to do in terms of not putting up with it? Can't exactly retaliate and get the line? That's playing into what they want..


Let's just say I would be hugely surprised if any team in D1 let Loughmacrory get away with some of the shite they (apparently) have been at over the past year. They'll not go to Dromore, Ardboe, Coalisland, Clonoe and the likes and get away with that nonsense.

Cookstown tried that behaviour in D1 awhile ago too. Very few teams in senior football will let a newly promoted team bully them or attempt to.