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« Reply #5025 on: September 22, 2017, 12:29:49 PM »
Il Bomber Destro - You slate Mc Carron -

"I thought defensively we were hugely exposed against Dublin - McNamee, McCrory and McCarron in particular. McCarron looks like his legs are gone"

An then you name him in your team!!!!!!!! Strange

Hardly strange when there's little better options. I also concluded that we need to be wiser in who we match him up against and signed it off with a horses for courses analogy. Try paying more attention next time around.

You wrote that much I got bored. But you did state Mc Carron should -

"marking bigger and more static men"

How many Countys now line out with big non mobile full forwards you want him to mark??

Well Dublin started one on the edge of the square last weekend. Donegal may decide to move Murphy back in there this year. Monaghan use Jack McCarron there, he picked up Aidan O'Shea inside last year - so to answer your question - quite a few.

Kerry - Donaghy

Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Derry - Carlos McWilliams
Down - Connaire Harrison

Harrison would skin McCarron every time and I've never seen McWilliams ever play full forward for derry or even for his club.

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« Reply #5026 on: September 22, 2017, 01:19:59 PM »
Il Bomber Destro - You slate Mc Carron -

"I thought defensively we were hugely exposed against Dublin - McNamee, McCrory and McCarron in particular. McCarron looks like his legs are gone"

An then you name him in your team!!!!!!!! Strange

Hardly strange when there's little better options. I also concluded that we need to be wiser in who we match him up against and signed it off with a horses for courses analogy. Try paying more attention next time around.

You wrote that much I got bored. But you did state Mc Carron should -

"marking bigger and more static men"

How many Countys now line out with big non mobile full forwards you want him to mark??

Well Dublin started one on the edge of the square last weekend. Donegal may decide to move Murphy back in there this year. Monaghan use Jack McCarron there, he picked up Aidan O'Shea inside last year - so to answer your question - quite a few.

Kerry - Donaghy

Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Derry - Carlos McWilliams
Down - Connaire Harrison

Harrison would skin McCarron every time and I've never seen McWilliams ever play full forward for derry or even for his club.
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« Reply #5027 on: September 22, 2017, 01:28:42 PM »
Il Bomber Destro - You slate Mc Carron -

"I thought defensively we were hugely exposed against Dublin - McNamee, McCrory and McCarron in particular. McCarron looks like his legs are gone"

An then you name him in your team!!!!!!!! Strange

Hardly strange when there's little better options. I also concluded that we need to be wiser in who we match him up against and signed it off with a horses for courses analogy. Try paying more attention next time around.

You wrote that much I got bored. But you did state Mc Carron should -

"marking bigger and more static men"

How many Countys now line out with big non mobile full forwards you want him to mark??

Well Dublin started one on the edge of the square last weekend. Donegal may decide to move Murphy back in there this year. Monaghan use Jack McCarron there, he picked up Aidan O'Shea inside last year - so to answer your question - quite a few.

Kerry - Donaghy

Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Derry - Carlos McWilliams
Down - Connaire Harrison

Harrison would skin McCarron every time and I've never seen McWilliams ever play full forward for derry or even for his club.
Well you haven't lived.

Can back lenny up. The closest you will have seen Carlos Playing full forward for Derry is wearing number 15 playing a sweeping role. If people are calling him Derry's full forward they haven't a clue or else have made a mistake.

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« Reply #5028 on: September 22, 2017, 04:04:13 PM »
Il Bomber Destro - You slate Mc Carron -

"I thought defensively we were hugely exposed against Dublin - McNamee, McCrory and McCarron in particular. McCarron looks like his legs are gone"

An then you name him in your team!!!!!!!! Strange

Hardly strange when there's little better options. I also concluded that we need to be wiser in who we match him up against and signed it off with a horses for courses analogy. Try paying more attention next time around.

You wrote that much I got bored. But you did state Mc Carron should -

"marking bigger and more static men"

How many Countys now line out with big non mobile full forwards you want him to mark??

Well Dublin started one on the edge of the square last weekend. Donegal may decide to move Murphy back in there this year. Monaghan use Jack McCarron there, he picked up Aidan O'Shea inside last year - so to answer your question - quite a few.

Right so hang on, O'Gara yes I'll give you that 1 but was it his 1st start of the year?? Whats happens if he doesnt start?? Mc Carron benched??

Donegal "May decide" to move Murphy ha ha

Jack McCarron was badly found out when Cahmpionship came around. Didint touch leather after the league

And as for -

Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Derry - Carlos McWilliams
Down - Connaire Harrison

Laughable. Any of our defenders could mark these 3rd grade footballers in Cahmpionship football

Your point is invalid and thin

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« Reply #5029 on: September 22, 2017, 10:15:14 PM »
Il Bomber Destro - You slate Mc Carron -

"I thought defensively we were hugely exposed against Dublin - McNamee, McCrory and McCarron in particular. McCarron looks like his legs are gone"

An then you name him in your team!!!!!!!! Strange

Hardly strange when there's little better options. I also concluded that we need to be wiser in who we match him up against and signed it off with a horses for courses analogy. Try paying more attention next time around.

You wrote that much I got bored. But you did state Mc Carron should -

"marking bigger and more static men"

How many Countys now line out with big non mobile full forwards you want him to mark??

Well Dublin started one on the edge of the square last weekend. Donegal may decide to move Murphy back in there this year. Monaghan use Jack McCarron there, he picked up Aidan O'Shea inside last year - so to answer your question - quite a few.

Right so hang on, O'Gara yes I'll give you that 1 but was it his 1st start of the year?? Whats happens if he doesnt start?? Mc Carron benched??

Donegal "May decide" to move Murphy ha ha

Jack McCarron was badly found out when Cahmpionship came around. Didint touch leather after the league

And as for -

Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Derry - Carlos McWilliams
Down - Connaire Harrison

Laughable. Any of our defenders could mark these 3rd grade footballers in Cahmpionship football

Your point is invalid and thin

You asked what counties play big static men on the edge of the square, I've given you a few examples there off the top of my head if you want more I can give you an endless list. In the past year I think you will find that the following will have played full forward for their counties:

Kerry - Donaghy
Monaghan - McCarron
Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Armagh - Ethan Rafferty
Derry - Mark Lynch, Emmet McGuckin
Dublin - Eoghan O'Gara
Meath - Mickey Newman
Laois - Donie Kingston
Sligo - Pat Hughes
Cavan - Michael Argue
Cork - Peter Kelleher
Galway - Sean Armstrong
Dublin - Eoghan O'Gara
Mayo - Aidan O'Shea, Danny Kirby
Donegal - Hugh McFadden


So you are talking out of your hole, it matters not a jot if the player was found out or not, you claimed teams don't play big static men on the edge of the square - they do, ergo McCarron can still have a role to play despite it being obvious his legs are gone. I appreciate there might be too much logic there for you to comprehend though.


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« Reply #5030 on: September 23, 2017, 06:40:54 AM »
what role has mccarron to play if his legs are gone. please explain.

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« Reply #5031 on: September 23, 2017, 06:58:46 AM »
what role has mccarron to play if his legs are gone. please explain.

His logic makes no sense whatsoever. His legs have gone so he can't mark players with speed. He's not particularly tall and isn't brilliant in the air so he's not really suited to marking very tall players like donaghy or o'shea but bomber still wants him on the team instead of trying to develop a younger player. He'll come back on now saying we're just too stupid to understand.

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« Reply #5032 on: September 23, 2017, 08:23:49 AM »
what role has mccarron to play if his legs are gone. please explain.

Clearly you seem to have comprehensions problems. I'll use bullet points this time as mild activity seems to put too much strain on your brain:

  • McCarron has lost a yard of pace this year
  • Therefore it would be unwise to match him up against guys who are going to move him about and get away from him
  • He is still one of our stickiest markers and the most physically imposing of our full back options
  • Therefore he is best suited being matched up against big static players who play in the inside line, which most counties still persist with - contrary to your views

I really can't make it much more simpler than that for you.

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« Reply #5033 on: September 23, 2017, 08:29:09 AM »
what role has mccarron to play if his legs are gone. please explain.

His logic makes no sense whatsoever. His legs have gone so he can't mark players with speed. He's not particularly tall and isn't brilliant in the air so he's not really suited to marking very tall players like donaghy or o'shea but bomber still wants him on the team instead of trying to develop a younger player. He'll come back on now saying we're just too stupid to understand.

My logic makes sense, McCarron has handled guys like Kieran Hughes, Murphy, McGuckin etc with little bother in previous years. So he has shown he is suited to marking those type of players.

I see you are still maintaining your bitter fixation with Tyrone GAA matters, very strange behaviour.

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« Reply #5034 on: September 23, 2017, 10:10:36 AM »
Il Bomber Destro - You slate Mc Carron -

"I thought defensively we were hugely exposed against Dublin - McNamee, McCrory and McCarron in particular. McCarron looks like his legs are gone"

An then you name him in your team!!!!!!!! Strange

Hardly strange when there's little better options. I also concluded that we need to be wiser in who we match him up against and signed it off with a horses for courses analogy. Try paying more attention next time around.

You wrote that much I got bored. But you did state Mc Carron should -

"marking bigger and more static men"

How many Countys now line out with big non mobile full forwards you want him to mark??

Well Dublin started one on the edge of the square last weekend. Donegal may decide to move Murphy back in there this year. Monaghan use Jack McCarron there, he picked up Aidan O'Shea inside last year - so to answer your question - quite a few.

Right so hang on, O'Gara yes I'll give you that 1 but was it his 1st start of the year?? Whats happens if he doesnt start?? Mc Carron benched??

Donegal "May decide" to move Murphy ha ha

Jack McCarron was badly found out when Cahmpionship came around. Didint touch leather after the league

And as for -

Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Derry - Carlos McWilliams
Down - Connaire Harrison

Laughable. Any of our defenders could mark these 3rd grade footballers in Cahmpionship football

Your point is invalid and thin

You asked what counties play big static men on the edge of the square, I've given you a few examples there off the top of my head if you want more I can give you an endless list. In the past year I think you will find that the following will have played full forward for their counties:

Kerry - Donaghy
Monaghan - McCarron
Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Armagh - Ethan Rafferty
Derry - Mark Lynch, Emmet McGuckin
Dublin - Eoghan O'Gara
Meath - Mickey Newman

Laois - Donie Kingston
Sligo - Pat Hughes
Cavan - Michael Argue
Cork - Peter Kelleher
Galway - Sean Armstrong
Dublin - Eoghan O'Gara
Mayo - Aidan O'Shea, Danny Kirby
Donegal - Hugh McFadden



So you are talking out of your hole, it matters not a jot if the player was found out or not, you claimed teams don't play big static men on the edge of the square - they do, ergo McCarron can still have a role to play despite it being obvious his legs are gone. I appreciate there might be too much logic there for you to comprehend though.

Apart from the 2 x O’Gara’s from Dublin, and possibly Donaghy, how many others of that list will be challenging for honours in Croke Park??

And don’t say O’Shea, never seen him in full Forward once this year, in fact he played more in full back

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« Reply #5035 on: September 23, 2017, 10:11:57 AM »
Big static men -  Sean Armstrong   ;D ;D ;D ;D

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« Reply #5036 on: September 23, 2017, 11:00:55 AM »
Il Bomber Destro - You slate Mc Carron -

"I thought defensively we were hugely exposed against Dublin - McNamee, McCrory and McCarron in particular. McCarron looks like his legs are gone"

An then you name him in your team!!!!!!!! Strange

Hardly strange when there's little better options. I also concluded that we need to be wiser in who we match him up against and signed it off with a horses for courses analogy. Try paying more attention next time around.

You wrote that much I got bored. But you did state Mc Carron should -

"marking bigger and more static men"

How many Countys now line out with big non mobile full forwards you want him to mark??

Well Dublin started one on the edge of the square last weekend. Donegal may decide to move Murphy back in there this year. Monaghan use Jack McCarron there, he picked up Aidan O'Shea inside last year - so to answer your question - quite a few.

Right so hang on, O'Gara yes I'll give you that 1 but was it his 1st start of the year?? Whats happens if he doesnt start?? Mc Carron benched??

Donegal "May decide" to move Murphy ha ha

Jack McCarron was badly found out when Cahmpionship came around. Didint touch leather after the league

And as for -

Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Derry - Carlos McWilliams
Down - Connaire Harrison

Laughable. Any of our defenders could mark these 3rd grade footballers in Cahmpionship football

Your point is invalid and thin

You asked what counties play big static men on the edge of the square, I've given you a few examples there off the top of my head if you want more I can give you an endless list. In the past year I think you will find that the following will have played full forward for their counties:

Kerry - Donaghy
Monaghan - McCarron
Fermanagh - Sean Quigley
Armagh - Ethan Rafferty
Derry - Mark Lynch, Emmet McGuckin
Dublin - Eoghan O'Gara
Meath - Mickey Newman

Laois - Donie Kingston
Sligo - Pat Hughes
Cavan - Michael Argue
Cork - Peter Kelleher
Galway - Sean Armstrong
Dublin - Eoghan O'Gara
Mayo - Aidan O'Shea, Danny Kirby
Donegal - Hugh McFadden



So you are talking out of your hole, it matters not a jot if the player was found out or not, you claimed teams don't play big static men on the edge of the square - they do, ergo McCarron can still have a role to play despite it being obvious his legs are gone. I appreciate there might be too much logic there for you to comprehend though.

Apart from the 2 x O’Gara’s from Dublin, and possibly Donaghy, how many others of that list will be challenging for honours in Croke Park??

And don’t say O’Shea, never seen him in full Forward once this year, in fact he played more in full back

How many counties will be challenging for honours at Croke Park?

At the moment? 3, 4 at a push.

Out of those counties how many played a big static player at full forward during the year? 2.

If this is the case you're making, it's not one bit convincing.

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« Reply #5037 on: September 23, 2017, 05:03:10 PM »
Big static men -  Sean Armstrong   ;D ;D ;D ;D

Exactly, lol, but sure bomber is an expert and the rest of us are all stupid. Has he evr seen some of these boys playing?

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« Reply #5038 on: September 23, 2017, 08:55:53 PM »
Big static men -  Sean Armstrong   ;D ;D ;D ;D

Exactly, lol, but sure bomber is an expert and the rest of us are all stupid. Has he evr seen some of these boys playing?

You certainly seem to be somewhat dim either as you keep coming onto another's county's forum.

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« Reply #5039 on: September 24, 2017, 08:21:12 PM »
Big static men -  Sean Armstrong   ;D ;D ;D ;D

Exactly, lol, but sure bomber is an expert and the rest of us are all stupid. Has he evr seen some of these boys playing?

You certainly seem to be somewhat dim either as you keep coming onto another's county's forum.

Lenny is obsessed with all things Tyrone. I think I can safely say, that I have never and will never even open a Derry county team thread never mind post on it. I find it odd that people like Lenny so regularly read and post on this thread. Each to their own I suppose.
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