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« Reply #10530 on: August 15, 2019, 10:29:06 AM »
It's ironic that this tyrone team are labelled as cycnical and nasty when in actual fact they are too nice. The Tyrone team of old would not have allowed peter harte to be treated that way.

Aside from the questions around skill level and side line tactics I think this tyrone team are too nice and soft. They need a bit more venom in them to stand up to teams when all this off the  ball stuff goes on.

My big concern is that majority of players bar a few care  more about their image and tan rather than getting stuck in when a game is in the balance. The physical strength is certainly there just a lack of will to use it.

You could never imagine caveman,mulgrew, O'Neill or any member of the old tyrone team being bullied all day off the ball like peter was.

No amount of silky skill or tactics will cover that up.

Freudian slip?? :P

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« Reply #10531 on: August 15, 2019, 11:00:38 AM »
It's ironic that this tyrone team are labelled as cycnical and nasty when in actual fact they are too nice. The Tyrone team of old would not have allowed peter harte to be treated that way.

Aside from the questions around skill level and side line tactics I think this tyrone team are too nice and soft. They need a bit more venom in them to stand up to teams when all this off the  ball stuff goes on.

My big concern is that majority of players bar a few care  more about their image and tan rather than getting stuck in when a game is in the balance. The physical strength is certainly there just a lack of will to use it.

You could never imagine caveman,mulgrew, O'Neill or any member of the old tyrone team being bullied all day off the ball like peter was.

No amount of silky skill or tactics will cover that up.

Freudian slip?? :P

Lol more like autocorrect changing peter canavans name.

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« Reply #10532 on: August 15, 2019, 12:53:06 PM »
It's ironic that this tyrone team are labelled as cycnical and nasty when in actual fact they are too nice. The Tyrone team of old would not have allowed peter harte to be treated that way.

Aside from the questions around skill level and side line tactics I think this tyrone team are too nice and soft. They need a bit more venom in them to stand up to teams when all this off the  ball stuff goes on.

My big concern is that majority of players bar a few care  more about their image and tan rather than getting stuck in when a game is in the balance. The physical strength is certainly there just a lack of will to use it.

You could never imagine caveman,mulgrew, O'Neill or any member of the old tyrone team being bullied all day off the ball like peter was.

No amount of silky skill or tactics will cover that up.

Freudian slip?? :P

Lol more like autocorrect changing peter canavans name.
I suppose youl blame that on deegan too.

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« Reply #10533 on: August 15, 2019, 12:55:55 PM »
Its always Deegans fault for everything now for the Tymonies.

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« Reply #10534 on: August 15, 2019, 01:58:57 PM »
Its always Deegans fault for everything now for the Tymonies.

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« Reply #10535 on: August 16, 2019, 12:21:01 PM »
Its always Deegans fault for everything now for the Tymonies.

Why is Deegan even still refereeing? Hasn't he reffed 2 or 3 All Irelands? Time he fucked off and he could take Coldrick and Dublin Joe with him. 3 absolute w**kers.

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« Reply #10536 on: August 17, 2019, 11:47:09 PM »
O'neill is gone! Wise move. Knows next year will end in tears.

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« Reply #10537 on: August 18, 2019, 07:26:20 AM »
O'neill is gone! Wise move. Knows next year will end in tears.
he walked himself or was pushed?

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« Reply #10538 on: August 18, 2019, 07:30:23 AM »
O'neill is gone! Wise move. Knows next year will end in tears.

Has this been confirmed. Always wondered what his input really was. Was he allowed to train the forwards as he wanted or as Mickey said?


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« Reply #10539 on: August 18, 2019, 07:54:27 AM »
Its always Deegans fault for everything now for the Tymonies.

All 12 posts about Tyrone since you registered. Are you a bit obsessed pal?

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« Reply #10540 on: August 18, 2019, 08:51:37 AM »
Just ignore these new WUMs

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« Reply #10541 on: August 18, 2019, 12:42:34 PM »
O'neill is gone! Wise move. Knows next year will end in tears.

Has this been confirmed. Always wondered what his input really was. Was he allowed to train the forwards as he wanted or as Mickey said?

Ah come on, his influence on McShane was clear to see. That ability to turn the defender and receive the ball at the same time, the directness and the confidence shoot to on sight had OíNeillís finger prints all over it.
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« Reply #10542 on: August 18, 2019, 12:49:59 PM »
O'neill is gone! Wise move. Knows next year will end in tears.

Has this been confirmed. Always wondered what his input really was. Was he allowed to train the forwards as he wanted or as Mickey said?

Ah come on, his influence on McShane was clear to see. That ability to turn the defender and receive the ball at the same time, the directness and the confidence shoot to on sight had OíNeillís finger prints all over it.

No I agree with you but I wonder if his impact has been limited due to the system we play. A forward coach will have limited impact if they only play 1 forward up front. Thought lee brennan would have been a star under o'Neil as he had the natural forward ability.

Seen an interview recently describing what it's like in dublin dressing room at half time.  Seems abit like American football where the defensive and forward coaches speak to their respective players with Jim saying little. Cant imagine it's like that in the tyrone set up

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #10543 on: August 18, 2019, 10:30:48 PM »
O'neill is gone! Wise move. Knows next year will end in tears.

Has this been confirmed. Always wondered what his input really was. Was he allowed to train the forwards as he wanted or as Mickey said?

Ah come on, his influence on McShane was clear to see. That ability to turn the defender and receive the ball at the same time, the directness and the confidence shoot to on sight had OíNeillís finger prints all over it.

No I agree with you but I wonder if his impact has been limited due to the system we play. A forward coach will have limited impact if they only play 1 forward up front. Thought lee brennan would have been a star under o'Neil as he had the natural forward ability.

Seen an interview recently describing what it's like in dublin dressing room at half time.  Seems abit like American football where the defensive and forward coaches speak to their respective players with Jim saying little. Cant imagine it's like that in the tyrone set up

It'd be the Mickey Harte show. All about him. Always was. O'Neill and co are only there for a bit of cover. Harte now runs Tyrone gaa from the top to the bottom. Has installed his men in the top county jobs. Has disappeared any media scrutiny from the largest media broadcaster in Ireland. He runs the town, like it's his own personal country. Stalinesque.

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« Reply #10544 on: August 19, 2019, 11:14:12 AM »
Stevie o Neill officially gone.