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« Reply #9225 on: February 08, 2019, 03:31:41 PM »
The last 2 years have been very misleading. Yes we reached the semi final and then a final but we had easy runs. I dont recall tyrone beating Kerry, Mayo or Dublin in the later stages of an AI for a long time now. Point is we are way behind the top teams.

Theres no shame in losing but its the manner of our losses that bother me. Consistently trying to defend while we are getting beat by 3-4points. Would rather tyrone go all out and playing attacking football and get beat by 10 points than watch them defend a 3 point loss.

This is why i have for years said its time for mickey to go. Hes far too stubborn to change, watching tyrone year after year with the same issues at fault is like ground hog day.

Common question is who will replace him? My answer is who cares. So we dont win the mckenna cup big deal. With monaghan, armagh and donegal improving Tyrone wont win ulster with thr current style of play

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« Reply #9226 on: February 08, 2019, 05:23:15 PM »
The last 2 years have been very misleading. Yes we reached the semi final and then a final but we had easy runs. I dont recall tyrone beating Kerry, Mayo or Dublin in the later stages of an AI for a long time now. Point is we are way behind the top teams.

Theres no shame in losing but its the manner of our losses that bother me. Consistently trying to defend while we are getting beat by 3-4points. Would rather tyrone go all out and playing attacking football and get beat by 10 points than watch them defend a 3 point loss.

This is why i have for years said its time for mickey to go. Hes far too stubborn to change, watching tyrone year after year with the same issues at fault is like ground hog day.

Common question is who will replace him? My answer is who cares. So we dont win the mckenna cup big deal. With monaghan, armagh and donegal improving Tyrone wont win ulster with thr current style of play

Honestly think this post sums it up for me. I am just tired watching Tyrone play in the robotic way of the last few years and people wanting to keep a failed system of play because Mickey wants to stay on in his job.

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« Reply #9227 on: February 10, 2019, 07:19:21 PM »
What is going on? Are we this bad?

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« Reply #9228 on: February 10, 2019, 07:22:06 PM »
What is going on? Are we this bad?

Would give you the scower looking at it but was a good point all the same,all looked lost at one stage....everything just too slow simple as that,did i see Mickey taking a verbal go at Mattie Donnelly at final whistle??

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« Reply #9229 on: February 10, 2019, 07:25:22 PM »
What is going on? Are we this bad?

Would give you the scower looking at it but was a good point all the same,all looked lost at one stage....everything just too slow simple as that,did i see Mickey taking a verbal go at Mattie Donnelly at final whistle??

Yeah a good point in what realistically now is about staying in Div 1. But we were in an AIF last year. I honestly thought they'd kick on from that starting with a serious league campaign.

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« Reply #9230 on: February 10, 2019, 08:59:43 PM »
I see a lot of talk on Twitter about this Thailand holiday... has it came down to people slagging players now outside of football as well as what happens on the field? Maybe I’m naive to something that happened on the holiday was there a falling out between players?

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« Reply #9231 on: February 10, 2019, 09:20:34 PM »
I see a lot of talk on Twitter about this Thailand holiday... has it came down to people slagging players now outside of football as well as what happens on the field? Maybe I’m naive to something that happened on the holiday was there a falling out between players?

Not that i know of...or to be honest do i care.... lads will be lads....big game v Monaghan coming up in 2 weeks...give 2 weeks to get things sorted....

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« Reply #9232 on: February 10, 2019, 09:49:11 PM »
Bit of a split in the camp and it shows. Rows carrying on from the holiday, clearly affecting performances.

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« Reply #9233 on: February 10, 2019, 09:57:47 PM »
Does anyone know what the supposed row was about? Must havebeen serious enough to still affect the team

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« Reply #9234 on: February 10, 2019, 10:03:33 PM »
One point from play from outfield players in second half with that gale force wind is pathetic.

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« Reply #9235 on: February 10, 2019, 10:37:35 PM »
One point from play from outfield players in second half with that gale force wind is pathetic.

And the goal ;)
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« Reply #9236 on: February 10, 2019, 11:23:05 PM »
Does anyone know what the supposed row was about? Must havebeen serious enough to still affect the team

No idea what has happened in this case but there's usually only one reason why lads will fall out among themselves.

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« Reply #9237 on: February 10, 2019, 11:44:26 PM »
One point from play from outfield players in second half with that gale force wind is pathetic.

And the goal ;)

And it was a fecking point attempt that dropped short! Ros scored 10 from play in first half! Something not right in the setup.

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« Reply #9238 on: February 11, 2019, 12:44:47 AM »
One point from play from outfield players in second half with that gale force wind is pathetic.

And the goal ;)

And it was a fecking point attempt that dropped short! Ros scored 10 from play in first half! Something not right in the setup.

The wind was a HUGE factor I thought, Ros couldn't miss in the first half, but couldn't score in the second.

And yes, we didn't exploit that advantage to the same degree in the second half.
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« Reply #9239 on: February 11, 2019, 04:00:08 AM »
Does anyone know what the supposed row was about? Must havebeen serious enough to still affect the team

No idea what has happened in this case but there's usually only one reason why lads will fall out among themselves.

Well Dont leave us hanging then ffs.
I can think of 100 or so reasons but in my experience it's usually beer fueled slagging that got out of hand and then lads fall in behind who they're closest with.

Is there any a actual truth to this whole thing at all?