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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42330 on: Today at 11:14:41 AM »
Was it his fault that red mist meant playing with 13 men for 40 minutes.A last minute goal in the other game which was a pantomine of errors.
He put on Collie Mc Cullagh in the killyclogher game which at that stage in his career was always going to be a risk.
I can't remember any obvious errors leading up to the omagh goal the previous yesr but I could be wrong about that, but omagh had a man sent off that day
canavan is the man canavan is the man ee aye adi ooh.......

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« Reply #42331 on: Today at 11:56:40 AM »
I don't really mind paid managers but it's the absolute charlatans who aren't any good who keep getting new teams over and over and over again. But I suppose that says more about the clubs that the managers.
Paul rouses' ears will be burning right now

Has he ever won anything?

Vast majority of managers dont win anything

The so called 'good' ones should be winning trophies. whats the saying, the cream always rises'? Few too many gold diggers about

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« Reply #42332 on: Today at 12:12:56 PM »
I don't really mind paid managers but it's the absolute charlatans who aren't any good who keep getting new teams over and over and over again. But I suppose that says more about the clubs that the managers.
Paul rouses' ears will be burning right now

Has he ever won anything?

Vast majority of managers dont win anything

The so called 'good' ones should be winning trophies. whats the saying, the cream always rises'? Few too many gold diggers about

Every team in every division can only win 2 competitions per year. Maybe 3 if you enter the Ulster League.

Tyrone is a minefield, not every team can win.....even good teams on great years still miss out.

The issue is not with managers in any way, if someone is willing to pay you for your time and effort of course you take it. The onus on the clubs is to stop going round and round and search new talent. But.....is it there? How many people in your own club right now are mad looking the senior job? I can tell you in my own it must be external as there is nobody inside who wants it...

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« Reply #42333 on: Today at 03:02:03 PM »
Any Tyrone clubs chance their arm and try to poach Jim Gavin?
Long shot for some maybe
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« Reply #42334 on: Today at 03:06:19 PM »
Any Tyrone clubs chance their arm and try to poach Jim Gavin?
Long shot for some maybe
Just as well Jim Gaviin stepped down Top of the Soil, the connecting of Malachy O'Rorke to every job was proving fruitless, another few months of this ahead no doubt.

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« Reply #42335 on: Today at 03:57:26 PM »
Anyone else confirmed at this stage?
    Aghaloo O'Neills GAC -Micky Donnelly
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    Ardboe O'Donovan Rossa GAC - Fabian Muldoon
    Augher St. Macartan's GAC
    Beragh Red Knights GAC - Ryan McCloskey
    Brackaville Owen Roes GFC - Justin Corr
    Carrickmore St. Colmcille's GAC - Ryan Daly
    Castlederg St. Eugene's GAC
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    Clonoe O'Rahilly's GAC Stephen McDonnell
    Coalisland Na Fianna GAC Damien O'Hagan
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    Derrylaughan Kevin Barrys GAC Kevin Coary
    Derrytresk Fir An Chnoic GAC Paul Hughes
    Donaghmore St. Patrick's GAC
    Dregish Pearse Og GAC
    Dromore St. Dympna's GAC - Colm McCullagh
    Drumquin Wolfe Tones GAC
    Dungannon Thomas Clarkes GAC - Collie Holmes
    Edendork St. Malachy's GAC - Lorcan Martin
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    Errigal Ciarán GAC- Johnny McBride
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    Eskra Emmetts GAC - Gerry Donnelly
    Fintona Pearses GAC
    Galbally Pearses GAC - John Moylan
    Glenelly St. Joseph's GAC - Dermot Corry
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    Greencastle, St Patrick's GAC - Sean Teague
    Kildress Wolfe Tones GAC - Tony Scullion
    Killeeshil St. Mary's GAC
    Killyclogher St. Mary's GAC
    Killyman St. Mary's GAC
    Loughmacrory St. Teresa's GAC
    Moortown St. Malachy's GAC - Stephen McHugh and Stephen Ferguson
    Moy Tír Na nÓg GAC - Sean Cavanagh
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Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« Reply #42336 on: Today at 04:02:50 PM »
Fabian Muldoon training Ardboe.
Noel O’Neill and Gavin Wylie are the managers.

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« Reply #42337 on: Today at 04:46:19 PM »
John Rafferty to Donaghmore. Previously managed St Galls to AI Club final in '06, Rostrevor and Bellaghy of note and was an assistant to Joe Kernan with Armagh too
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« Reply #42338 on: Today at 05:49:04 PM »
Any Tyrone clubs chance their arm and try to poach Jim Gavin?
Long shot for some maybe
Killyclogher put in a big money bid for him, heard they are in talks at the minute.