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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #6630 on: March 14, 2018, 10:19:20 AM »
Big call from McCurry, been on the panel now since he's be 18 years of age, been a great servant..
It will be interesting to see if any other players do follow suit but I don't think anyone else will to be fair.
A year playing club football for McCurry could bring him on again and gain that confidence that he seems to be missing, lets not forget he's never had a full season of playing constant football as he's been on the panel from such a young age so I wont be surprised if McCurry finishes the season now as top scorer, gets the confidence up and is back in again next year!!
The only worry that Edendork should have now about McCurry is that he is going to have to avoid the temptations of the American dollar now as surely the clubs in the States will come poaching!

Don't think Edendork need to worry about the American dollar, does McCurry not have a young family?
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« Reply #6631 on: March 14, 2018, 11:13:39 AM »
wouldn't be surprised if likes of Ronan ONeill follows suit, doesn't appear to be getting any game time now...

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« Reply #6632 on: March 14, 2018, 11:55:28 AM »
Big call from McCurry, been on the panel now since he's be 18 years of age, been a great servant..
It will be interesting to see if any other players do follow suit but I don't think anyone else will to be fair.
A year playing club football for McCurry could bring him on again and gain that confidence that he seems to be missing, lets not forget he's never had a full season of playing constant football as he's been on the panel from such a young age so I wont be surprised if McCurry finishes the season now as top scorer, gets the confidence up and is back in again next year!!
The only worry that Edendork should have now about McCurry is that he is going to have to avoid the temptations of the American dollar now as surely the clubs in the States will come poaching!

There is a reason he didn't get a consistent run.

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« Reply #6633 on: March 14, 2018, 11:56:06 AM »
Feel sorry for mc curry. When u think back to the confident, quick thinking, free scoring forward he was in the early years and see what Harte has reduced him to its a real shame. Hope he enjoys his club football this year. Best of luck to him.

Aye, he looked deadly in division 2 that year!

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« Reply #6634 on: March 14, 2018, 05:26:39 PM »
Big call from McCurry, been on the panel now since he's be 18 years of age, been a great servant..
It will be interesting to see if any other players do follow suit but I don't think anyone else will to be fair.
A year playing club football for McCurry could bring him on again and gain that confidence that he seems to be missing, lets not forget he's never had a full season of playing constant football as he's been on the panel from such a young age so I wont be surprised if McCurry finishes the season now as top scorer, gets the confidence up and is back in again next year!!
The only worry that Edendork should have now about McCurry is that he is going to have to avoid the temptations of the American dollar now as surely the clubs in the States will come poaching!

Don't think Edendork need to worry about the American dollar, does McCurry not have a young family?

No, America could be an option. Especially if Senior Championship isn't going to be played off to the end of August...

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« Reply #6635 on: March 14, 2018, 10:20:02 PM »
Big call from McCurry, been on the panel now since he's be 18 years of age, been a great servant..
It will be interesting to see if any other players do follow suit but I don't think anyone else will to be fair.
A year playing club football for McCurry could bring him on again and gain that confidence that he seems to be missing, lets not forget he's never had a full season of playing constant football as he's been on the panel from such a young age so I wont be surprised if McCurry finishes the season now as top scorer, gets the confidence up and is back in again next year!!
The only worry that Edendork should have now about McCurry is that he is going to have to avoid the temptations of the American dollar now as surely the clubs in the States will come poaching!

Don't think Edendork need to worry about the American dollar, does McCurry not have a young family?

No, America could be an option. Especially if Senior Championship isn't going to be played off to the end of August...
Rumour has it Conor Mallon and Conn Kilpatrick already leaving the Dork to go stateside. I'd well believe that McCurry would follow suit.

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« Reply #6636 on: March 14, 2018, 11:50:03 PM »
Feel sorry for mc curry. When u think back to the confident, quick thinking, free scoring forward he was in the early years and see what Harte has reduced him to its a real shame. Hope he enjoys his club football this year. Best of luck to him.

Aye, he looked deadly in division 2 that year!

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« Reply #6637 on: March 14, 2018, 11:57:58 PM »
i hope ur referring to redhand, in hiding?

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« Reply #6638 on: March 15, 2018, 07:14:28 AM »
Why does this surprise anyone? Darren McCurry sitting on the bench watching Mickey's nephew start and finish every game for the last SIX years and continually underperforming(just overrated more like). The resentment would have surely grown. He came on against Dublin last August and was the only one apart from Colly to show a bit of fire in the belly. A sad day for Tyrone football when another player walks away but a good day for Darren because he will be happy in his life now. Who's next?

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« Reply #6639 on: March 15, 2018, 07:57:33 AM »
Why does this surprise anyone? Darren McCurry sitting on the bench watching Mickey's nephew start and finish every game for the last SIX years and continually underperforming(just overrated more like). The resentment would have surely grown. He came on against Dublin last August and was the only one apart from Colly to show a bit of fire in the belly. A sad day for Tyrone football when another player walks away but a good day for Darren because he will be happy in his life now. Who's next?

A bit harsh in a way as Peter Harte has been one of Tyrone's best performers in the past 6 years, Esp when he won the All Star a couple of Seasons ago!!
I will agree that yes this season he has been poor and should have been taken off in a few of the games but then any number of players could have been and some where taken off with no complaints and I know Id always rather Petey Harte was on as he can produce that explosiveness at any moment of the game and make something happen!!

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« Reply #6640 on: March 15, 2018, 08:13:52 AM »
Why does this surprise anyone? Darren McCurry sitting on the bench watching Mickey's nephew start and finish every game for the last SIX years and continually underperforming(just overrated more like). The resentment would have surely grown. He came on against Dublin last August and was the only one apart from Colly to show a bit of fire in the belly. A sad day for Tyrone football when another player walks away but a good day for Darren because he will be happy in his life now. Who's next?

A bit harsh in a way as Peter Harte has been one of Tyrone's best performers in the past 6 years, Esp when he won the All Star a couple of Seasons ago!!
I will agree that yes this season he has been poor and should have been taken off in a few of the games but then any number of players could have been and some where taken off with no complaints and I know Id always rather Petey Harte was on as he can produce that explosiveness at any moment of the game and make something happen!!

Agreed, bit of a silly statement to say Peter Harte was undeserving of a place ahead of McCurry. One of Tyrone’s best and most consistent players. McCurry himself shows glimpses of ability but lacked the consistency. This was a club vs county decision he made. Sees himself getting 5 extra games with the club when he wouldn’t of got those minutes with Tyrone.
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« Reply #6641 on: March 15, 2018, 09:53:50 AM »
Feel sorry for mc curry. When u think back to the confident, quick thinking, free scoring forward he was in the early years and see what Harte has reduced him to its a real shame. Hope he enjoys his club football this year. Best of luck to him.

Aye, he looked deadly in division 2 that year!

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« Reply #6642 on: March 15, 2018, 01:18:46 PM »
Big call from McCurry, been on the panel now since he's be 18 years of age, been a great servant..
It will be interesting to see if any other players do follow suit but I don't think anyone else will to be fair.
A year playing club football for McCurry could bring him on again and gain that confidence that he seems to be missing, lets not forget he's never had a full season of playing constant football as he's been on the panel from such a young age so I wont be surprised if McCurry finishes the season now as top scorer, gets the confidence up and is back in again next year!!
The only worry that Edendork should have now about McCurry is that he is going to have to avoid the temptations of the American dollar now as surely the clubs in the States will come poaching!

Don't think Edendork need to worry about the American dollar, does McCurry not have a young family?

No, America could be an option. Especially if Senior Championship isn't going to be played off to the end of August...
Rumour has it Conor Mallon and Conn Kilpatrick already leaving the Dork to go stateside. I'd well believe that McCurry would follow suit.

If anywhere, you'd imagine it'll be Sydney with a brother still out that direction.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #6643 on: March 15, 2018, 01:53:37 PM »
Big call from McCurry, been on the panel now since he's be 18 years of age, been a great servant..
It will be interesting to see if any other players do follow suit but I don't think anyone else will to be fair.
A year playing club football for McCurry could bring him on again and gain that confidence that he seems to be missing, lets not forget he's never had a full season of playing constant football as he's been on the panel from such a young age so I wont be surprised if McCurry finishes the season now as top scorer, gets the confidence up and is back in again next year!!
The only worry that Edendork should have now about McCurry is that he is going to have to avoid the temptations of the American dollar now as surely the clubs in the States will come poaching!

Don't think Edendork need to worry about the American dollar, does McCurry not have a young family?

No, America could be an option. Especially if Senior Championship isn't going to be played off to the end of August...
Rumour has it Conor Mallon and Conn Kilpatrick already leaving the Dork to go stateside. I'd well believe that McCurry would follow suit.

If anywhere, you'd imagine it'll be Sydney with a brother still out that direction.

Yeah was thinkn that but much easier to accept $20,000 and a free flight the states!

Time will tell, I heard The Dork are flyin in pre season so maybe he just wants to have a full season with the club!

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« Reply #6644 on: March 15, 2018, 04:59:25 PM »
Feel sorry for mc curry. When u think back to the confident, quick thinking, free scoring forward he was in the early years and see what Harte has reduced him to its a real shame. Hope he enjoys his club football this year. Best of luck to him.

Aye, he looked deadly in division 2 that year!

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Say what? Dry your eyes petal

Mc Curry is a fine footballer. Didn't progress the way some other lads have but the way Tyrone play over the last 3 or 4 years has done him absolutely no favours.