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Jim Bob

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« Reply #8190 on: August 10, 2018, 12:56:36 PM »
Team as expected and rightly so. Conor McCalliskey and Peter Harte have to step it up from last week these two are the more experienced two along with the others who are do ing their bit Donnelly, Cavanagh, McCann, McNamee. I don't think some of these Monaghan players will have experienced or be ready for the intensity that an All Ireland semi final brings. Tyrone by 6-8 points. Come on!

Lol. SouthtyroneGael trying to claw back some respectability with a proper post after making a tit if himself. Funniest thing I have come across on this board

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« Reply #8191 on: August 10, 2018, 01:03:31 PM »
Team as expected and rightly so. Conor McCalliskey and Peter Harte have to step it up from last week these two are the more experienced two along with the others who are do ing their bit Donnelly, Cavanagh, McCann, McNamee. I don't think some of these Monaghan players will have experienced or be ready for the intensity that an All Ireland semi final brings. Tyrone by 6-8 points. Come on!

Lol. SouthtyroneGael trying to claw back some respectability with a proper post after making a tit if himself. Funniest thing I have come across on this board

And when assessing it as a serious post, STG just can't avoid his anti Harte bias. Admittedly by some of the standards Skeet has set this year,  he has been quiet of late. However I'd be firmly of the belief that Harte was hugely influential in Ballybofey. Himself and a few others really stepped it up when a championship exit was looming large.

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« Reply #8192 on: August 11, 2018, 04:53:31 AM »
Team as expected and rightly so. Conor McCalliskey and Peter Harte have to step it up from last week these two are the more experienced two along with the others who are do ing their bit Donnelly, Cavanagh, McCann, McNamee. I don't think some of these Monaghan players will have experienced or be ready for the intensity that an All Ireland semi final brings. Tyrone by 6-8 points. Come on!

Lol. SouthtyroneGael trying to claw back some respectability with a proper post after making a tit if himself. Funniest thing I have come across on this board

And when assessing it as a serious post, STG just can't avoid his anti Harte bias. Admittedly by some of the standards Skeet has set this year,  he has been quiet of late. However I'd be firmly of the belief that Harte was hugely influential in Ballybofey. Himself and a few others really stepped it up when a championship exit was looming large.
Idiots on here gonna continue to say myself and south Tyrone Gael are the same person? Do We know each other? Well that's a different question lol. Harte out then, now and next year.

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« Reply #8193 on: August 12, 2018, 10:58:27 PM »
Mickey has fairly shut a few mouths up around the county.
Keeping us at the top table, back in another final.
No doubt the mouths who are so critical and call for his head, won’t bother looking a ticket for the big one!


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« Reply #8194 on: August 12, 2018, 11:09:19 PM »
Ciaran whelean give Harte some praise on the Sunday game. Tactical masterclass and it was.

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« Reply #8195 on: August 12, 2018, 11:17:36 PM »
Great feeling to be in a final. Realised on the way out that for so many young people this will be the first final they see tyrone play in, which is an incredible thought.

Well done Mickey Harte and the players, they've given us so many great days this year and hopefully the last one is the best.

Thank God we got his contract extended.

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« Reply #8196 on: August 13, 2018, 10:45:37 AM »
Clearly the most important decision taken this year which is probably the key reason why we are sitting in an All Ireland final, was the decision to return to red shorts.
That was never a square ball!!

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« Reply #8197 on: August 13, 2018, 10:51:40 AM »
Clearly the most important decision taken this year which is probably the key reason why we are sitting in an All Ireland final, was the decision to return to red shorts.

Absolutely, was thinking that earlier.

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« Reply #8198 on: August 13, 2018, 11:50:59 AM »
Bursting with pride this morning, Back in an All Ireland final...... Can we win it i don't know .... we will be closer than last year i am confident of that!!

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« Reply #8199 on: August 13, 2018, 12:00:06 PM »
Gonna need everything to go right for us,  not impossible but unlikely to be honest. Could get to within a couple of points

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« Reply #8200 on: August 13, 2018, 12:07:30 PM »
We won't beat Dublin simply because we should have been playing this football 5 years ago. Decision making and shooting in the final third erratic. Harte has left it too late to putting more of emphasis on attack. Better late than never I suppose. Need to get Canavan s cub in there for next year.

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« Reply #8201 on: August 13, 2018, 12:13:06 PM »
But we had the next best thing in today ( don't think Brennan should have started by the way) and it wasn't much of a benefit

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« Reply #8202 on: August 13, 2018, 12:29:25 PM »
We won't beat Dublin simply because we should have been playing this football 5 years ago. Decision making and shooting in the final third erratic. Harte has left it too late to putting more of emphasis on attack. Better late than never I suppose. Need to get Canavan s cub in there for next year.

You are putting a lot of faith in a lad who hasn't played senior club football.

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« Reply #8203 on: August 13, 2018, 01:06:41 PM »
But we had the next best thing in today ( don't think Brennan should have started by the way) and it wasn't much of a benefit
Agree with that. Lee should have came on. Starting him automatically put pressure on him to deliver. Mc Caliskey played very well yesterday but again needs to settle himself down and maybe look for a better option. Get the ball to Lee in the scoring zone. Harte needs to get more scoring forwards into the panel. This will encourage competition for places.

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« Reply #8204 on: August 13, 2018, 01:32:53 PM »
But we had the next best thing in today ( don't think Brennan should have started by the way) and it wasn't much of a benefit
Agree with that. Lee should have came on. Starting him automatically put pressure on him to deliver. Mc Caliskey played very well yesterday but again needs to settle himself down and maybe look for a better option. Get the ball to Lee in the scoring zone. Harte needs to get more scoring forwards into the panel. This will encourage competition for places.
Missed Meylers runs yesterday.
Not sure we have the scoring forwards required, either on the pitch or the bench, for against the Dubs you'd need to be converting 90% of your chances