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Walter Cronc

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #5715 on: December 06, 2017, 03:24:15 PM »
Sure you got a penalty in injury time to reduce it to 1 point!

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« Reply #5716 on: December 06, 2017, 03:34:11 PM »
Sure you got a penalty in injury time to reduce it to 1 point!

No I'm talking about the incident where Tyrone player got harshly sent off early in 2nd half - I think that was the turning point. Not saying Tyrone where defo going to win 15 v 15 but I think it would have been competitive to the end and just thought that Tyrone could pip them like in the league final when Tyrone finished strongly.

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« Reply #5717 on: December 06, 2017, 04:05:17 PM »
Also his record would be pretty similar to Larry Strain's. He won a club championship as well with Ballinderry.

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« Reply #5718 on: December 06, 2017, 05:41:30 PM »
Awful appointment. Poor management decisions were the problem over the last couple of Minor Championship games over the last few years.

As he said himself last year, the team they chose to play against Derry in the Championship had NEVER played together before. WTF?

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« Reply #5719 on: December 06, 2017, 06:46:04 PM »
Who is Paul's backroom team?
Was it just Archie Beattie, Larry Strain and Joe McMahon as a team they were up against?
Big call in fairness. Must have been cost that swayed it in Devlin's favour!?

We ll not know his back room team til he lucks up inta the sky and sees them peering down at him

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« Reply #5720 on: December 06, 2017, 06:49:25 PM »
Also his record would be pretty similar to Larry Strain's. He won a club championship as well with Ballinderry.

Didn't know he managed ballinderry
Don't think it's a done deal just yet but both Gallagher and devlin are the preferred candidates with both our chairperson and senior manager but no official announcement yet

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« Reply #5721 on: December 06, 2017, 07:10:28 PM »
Also his record would be pretty similar to Larry Strain's. He won a club championship as well with Ballinderry.

Didn't know he managed ballinderry
Don't think it's a done deal just yet but both Gallagher and devlin are the preferred candidates with both our chairperson and senior manager but no official announcement yet

Devlin managed Ballinderry surely after a fallout but his children then started to kick a bit a ball and he returned to his beloved Moortown and after rising through the ranks at underage he managed back to back minor crowns and then was surplus to requirements and a fallout followed again, his lads were rumored to be transferring to another club

Ardboe management whom managed back to back minor titles suffered the same fate as them were chased last year after 1 year of a 2/3 year term

Derrylaughan won promotion this year to via a sterling performance in the league and were very unlucky not to win the double albeit some poor decisions by the ref cost them dearly , if my source is correct they have also chased their management team

Is there something in the water round the lough or what ?

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #5722 on: December 06, 2017, 07:30:45 PM »
Also his record would be pretty similar to Larry Strain's. He won a club championship as well with Ballinderry.

Didn't know he managed ballinderry
Don't think it's a done deal just yet but both Gallagher and devlin are the preferred candidates with both our chairperson and senior manager but no official announcement yet

Has the senior manager a say in the u17 and u20 management appointments ?
Do you want STG to go mental altogether

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« Reply #5723 on: December 06, 2017, 08:06:13 PM »
Also his record would be pretty similar to Larry Strain's. He won a club championship as well with Ballinderry.

Didn't know he managed ballinderry
Don't think it's a done deal just yet but both Gallagher and devlin are the preferred candidates with both our chairperson and senior manager but no official announcement yet
I'd say your on the windup but sure mickey has to have a say on everything else in Tyrone so why not this too.

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« Reply #5724 on: December 07, 2017, 12:55:17 AM »
Also his record would be pretty similar to Larry Strain's. He won a club championship as well with Ballinderry.

Didn't know he managed ballinderry
Don't think it's a done deal just yet but both Gallagher and devlin are the preferred candidates with both our chairperson and senior manager but no official announcement yet

Devlin managed Ballinderry surely after a fallout but his children then started to kick a bit a ball and he returned to his beloved Moortown and after rising through the ranks at underage he managed back to back minor crowns and then was surplus to requirements and a fallout followed again, his lads were rumored to be transferring to another club

Ardboe management whom managed back to back minor titles suffered the same fate as them were chased last year after 1 year of a 2/3 year term

Derrylaughan won promotion this year to via a sterling performance in the league and were very unlucky not to win the double albeit some poor decisions by the ref cost them dearly , if my source is correct they have also chased their management team

Is there something in the water round the lough or what ?

The lowside around the loughshore has always been a bit mad. If you want to stay in management around there, don't be a successful youth manager.

Devlin was successful and got the road in moortown and as you say, so did the Ardboe management who got one year with the senior squad, although their dismissal was nothing to do with football. Rumour has it that the ginger shop keeper in cahoots with the bookmaker and his skivvies (same family) planned the coup that was to end their managerial careers. But that's another topic for another day.

Devlin will probably get a role within the Ardboe youth structures given the fact that his sons are heading that direction, however, that doesn't interest me either. If he gets the Tyrone job and can produce results I will be happy enough.

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« Reply #5725 on: December 07, 2017, 04:47:41 PM »
Also his record would be pretty similar to Larry Strain's. He won a club championship as well with Ballinderry.

Didn't know he managed ballinderry
Don't think it's a done deal just yet but both Gallagher and devlin are the preferred candidates with both our chairperson and senior manager but no official announcement yet

Devlin managed Ballinderry surely after a fallout but his children then started to kick a bit a ball and he returned to his beloved Moortown and after rising through the ranks at underage he managed back to back minor crowns and then was surplus to requirements and a fallout followed again, his lads were rumored to be transferring to another club

Ardboe management whom managed back to back minor titles suffered the same fate as them were chased last year after 1 year of a 2/3 year term

Derrylaughan won promotion this year to via a sterling performance in the league and were very unlucky not to win the double albeit some poor decisions by the ref cost them dearly , if my source is correct they have also chased their management team

Is there something in the water round the lough or what ?

The lowside around the loughshore has always been a bit mad. If you want to stay in management around there, don't be a successful youth manager.

Devlin was successful and got the road in moortown and as you say, so did the Ardboe management who got one year with the senior squad, although their dismissal was nothing to do with football. Rumour has it that the ginger shop keeper in cahoots with the bookmaker and his skivvies (same family) planned the coup that was to end their managerial careers. But that's another topic for another day.

Devlin will probably get a role within the Ardboe youth structures given the fact that his sons are heading that direction, however, that doesn't interest me either. If he gets the Tyrone job and can produce results I will be happy enough.

I've read some far fetched stuff in my short-lived life on this forum, but this is surely the best. It sounds like an episode of eastenders.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #5726 on: December 07, 2017, 06:04:02 PM »
Also his record would be pretty similar to Larry Strain's. He won a club championship as well with Ballinderry.

Didn't know he managed ballinderry
Don't think it's a done deal just yet but both Gallagher and devlin are the preferred candidates with both our chairperson and senior manager but no official announcement yet

Devlin managed Ballinderry surely after a fallout but his children then started to kick a bit a ball and he returned to his beloved Moortown and after rising through the ranks at underage he managed back to back minor crowns and then was surplus to requirements and a fallout followed again, his lads were rumored to be transferring to another club

Ardboe management whom managed back to back minor titles suffered the same fate as them were chased last year after 1 year of a 2/3 year term

Derrylaughan won promotion this year to via a sterling performance in the league and were very unlucky not to win the double albeit some poor decisions by the ref cost them dearly , if my source is correct they have also chased their management team

Is there something in the water round the lough or what ?

The lowside around the loughshore has always been a bit mad. If you want to stay in management around there, don't be a successful youth manager.

Devlin was successful and got the road in moortown and as you say, so did the Ardboe management who got one year with the senior squad, although their dismissal was nothing to do with football. Rumour has it that the ginger shop keeper in cahoots with the bookmaker and his skivvies (same family) planned the coup that was to end their managerial careers. But that's another topic for another day.

Devlin will probably get a role within the Ardboe youth structures given the fact that his sons are heading that direction, however, that doesn't interest me either. If he gets the Tyrone job and can produce results I will be happy enough.

I've read some far fetched stuff in my short-lived life on this forum, but this is surely the best. It sounds like an episode of eastenders.

Nothing far fetched about it,

Ask anyman in Ardboe that has anything in him and he ll confirm all of the above and more

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #5727 on: December 08, 2017, 10:43:06 AM »
Fuzzman, with all due respect there no point talking about battles with Dublin. We were supposed to have one on 27th august but only one side turned up.

Sorry STG. Dont know what came over me with the positivity. Probably been living here too long now and forgot the doom and gloom.

I've called it all off now and told the local hotels, pubs and restaurants to calm down and go back into their recession mode.

As for the Strabane comment, it just gives us another insight into the person who posted it.


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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #5728 on: December 08, 2017, 12:44:19 PM »
Fuzzman, with all due respect there no point talking about battles with Dublin. We were supposed to have one on 27th august but only one side turned up.

Sorry STG. Dont know what came over me with the positivity. Probably been living here too long now and forgot the doom and gloom.

I've called it all off now and told the local hotels, pubs and restaurants to calm down and go back into their recession mode.

As for the Strabane comment, it just gives us another insight into the person who posted it.

That was me, I also clearly said it was a joke. You know what this is, right? I actually have relatives from Strabane and my family own a business in the area so it's most certainly a bit of banter. But take it how you wish.

Furthermore, 'another' insight? I've made about 100 posts on this forum, none of which have ever been considered controversial nor intended to be. A simple check of my posts would sort that issue.

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« Reply #5729 on: December 08, 2017, 04:07:21 PM »
Is there any place I can get a list of players of Tyrone county minor teams from the early 1970s? Photos would be a bonus.

Thanks for the help.....oh wait.....

Anyone got minor all Ireland winning team and pane namesl from 1973?