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Re: Antrim Football Thread
« Reply #21555 on: November 23, 2020, 10:08:08 PM »
The bare minimum would be expenses. No one should out of pocket
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« Reply #21556 on: November 23, 2020, 10:12:55 PM »
I dunno much about louthís finances but if he was such a mercenary I would expect him to be going to a much bigger county.

Yeah no one could quibble with expenses etc.

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« Reply #21557 on: November 23, 2020, 10:14:46 PM »
To be honest, and I could be wrong on this, but I wouldnít be too sure Harte is a mercenary at all. Also reading this thread I would expect Damien Cassidy and those mcnulty boys to be driving ferraris based on what I read but I am not sure on the accuracy on the money managers are being paid at all!

Iím certain Harte is

Iím certain you are wrong.

Just did it for the love of it ?

I didnít say he did. But he wasnít getting anywhere near the sort of money you are implying. Nowhere near the figures suggested. Antrim are paying big bucks for their new set up for sure

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« Reply #21558 on: November 23, 2020, 10:15:19 PM »
I dunno much about louthís finances but if he was such a mercenary I would expect him to be going to a much bigger county.

Yeah no one could quibble with expenses etc.
Morgan Fuels.


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« Reply #21559 on: November 23, 2020, 10:18:48 PM »
I dunno much about louthís finances but if he was such a mercenary I would expect him to be going to a much bigger county.

Yeah no one could quibble with expenses etc.
Morgan Fuels.

Statsports is the money man behind it apparently. Mickey Harte was on big money in Tyrone, Antrim couldnít afford him. But itís a big risk for his legacy going to the Louth. What can he actually achieve with them. At least with the likes of antirm the only way is up.

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« Reply #21560 on: November 23, 2020, 10:21:03 PM »
I dunno much about louthís finances but if he was such a mercenary I would expect him to be going to a much bigger county.

Yeah no one could quibble with expenses etc.
Morgan Fuels.

Statsports is the money man behind it apparently. Mickey Harte was on big money in Tyrone, Antrim couldnít afford him. But itís a big risk for his legacy going to the Louth. What can he actually achieve with them. At least with the likes of antirm the only way is up.

You got a link to that info  ;D
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« Reply #21561 on: November 23, 2020, 11:37:04 PM »
I dunno much about louthís finances but if he was such a mercenary I would expect him to be going to a much bigger county.

Yeah no one could quibble with expenses etc.
Morgan Fuels.

Statsports is the money man behind it apparently. Mickey Harte was on big money in Tyrone, Antrim couldnít afford him. But itís a big risk for his legacy going to the Louth. What can he actually achieve with them. At least with the likes of antirm the only way is up.

You got a link to that info  ;D

The link wouldnít want me to disclose that

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« Reply #21562 on: Today at 09:55:13 AM »
I dunno much about louthís finances but if he was such a mercenary I would expect him to be going to a much bigger county.

Yeah no one could quibble with expenses etc.
Morgan Fuels.

Statsports is the money man behind it apparently. Mickey Harte was on big money in Tyrone, Antrim couldnít afford him. But itís a big risk for his legacy going to the Louth. What can he actually achieve with them. At least with the likes of antirm the only way is up.

You got a link to that info  ;D

The link wouldnít want me to disclose that

This is true, the Statsports are men from Gilesquay and by all accounts with their backing the Louth job is one of the most attractive in terms of finances

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« Reply #21563 on: Today at 11:08:04 AM »
Late to the Party Guys, Great appointment last week. Hope we can build on from here on in.
we really need to improve the standard of the schools football and put a real emphasis on this in the coming years. probably sound like a broken record., but the population of St.Mary's CBS and St.Louis should be more than capable of competing at a MacRory Cup level. These are what we have to build for in the coming years and getting youngsters exposure to this high level football and getting more guys exposure to Sigerson level football when they reach that age. 
A goal should be an u17 Ulster within 4 years and maybe an u20 in five years.

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« Reply #21564 on: Today at 11:46:15 AM »
Who is in charge of the U17s and U20s in 2021? I see Mickey Harte has taken on Louth U20s along with the seniors

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« Reply #21565 on: Today at 11:55:10 AM »
Iíd say itís the same as last year. Hugh McG with 20ís and Donal Laverty & Paddy Kelly with U-17s.
Both seemed like good setups.