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« Reply #8190 on: August 09, 2018, 01:25:03 PM »
Meyler has chipped a bone in the foot or leg apparently so that'll be him done for the season you'd imagine. Big call as to who replaces him. You could put in McClure around the middle (presumably McClure next in line if McNulty not getting a look in) or alternatively keep in Rory Brennan and push up harte into half forward line. If i was a betting man i think that's what he'll do.
I think it's important to keep mcgeary and lee brennan in reserve, far rather have them coming on for last 20 than mcshane or r donnelly. seems mad to keep your better players on the bench but that's modern football and it's all about game management.

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« Reply #8191 on: August 09, 2018, 05:31:08 PM »
It's definitely not modern football to keep your best players on the bench, can't think of to many teams that do it. Lee has to start. I think Rory Brennan will pick u Karl O'Connell. If Harte sticks with skeet and richy McKernan could be very unfortunate and miss out

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« Reply #8192 on: August 09, 2018, 06:55:22 PM »
It's definitely not modern football to keep your best players on the bench, can't think of to many teams that do it. Lee has to start. I think Rory Brennan will pick u Karl O'Connell. If Harte sticks with skeet and richy McKernan could be very unfortunate and miss out

Itís not about leaving you best players on the bench. Itís about having your best team on the pitch, flying, when the game is in the melting pot. McGearyís all action style may not suit 70 mins, I also think (and could be wrong here) that heís been travelling to uni in England or Scotland so maybe his fitness just isnít at the level of others for the lung bursting role he plays. I know Iíd rather have him coming in with 25 mins to go and emptying the tank rather than blowing up after 50mins. With regards, Lee Brennan, heís just coming back from injury, again, can he last 70 mins? Are you prepared to be subbing him after 55mins with the game there to be won? I just donít think bringing Skeet, McShane or Ritchie D will give us the same boost but they are steady players to ensure the game is tight if started. Itís a tough call for the management but itís not as simple as just picking your best 15 to start and leave them there for 70 mins. Mickey may have stumbled on this tactic rather then by design but if we know we can push on in the final 20 rather than fading then I think thatís a great bonus.
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« Reply #8193 on: August 09, 2018, 07:52:52 PM »
Meyler has chipped a bone in the foot or leg apparently so that'll be him done for the season you'd imagine. Big call as to who replaces him. You could put in McClure around the middle (presumably McClure next in line if McNulty not getting a look in) or alternatively keep in Rory Brennan and push up harte into half forward line. If i was a betting man i think that's what he'll do.
I think it's important to keep mcgeary and lee brennan in reserve, far rather have them coming on for last 20 than mcshane or r donnelly. seems mad to keep your better players on the bench but that's modern football and it's all about game management.
Would like to see Brennan in from the start purely for frees, don't think he is as much an "impact" player as McGeary

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« Reply #8194 on: August 09, 2018, 09:15:01 PM »
It's definitely not modern football to keep your best players on the bench, can't think of to many teams that do it. Lee has to start. I think Rory Brennan will pick u Karl O'Connell. If Harte sticks with skeet and richy McKernan could be very unfortunate and miss out

Itís not about leaving you best players on the bench. Itís about having your best team on the pitch, flying, when the game is in the melting pot. McGearyís all action style may not suit 70 mins, I also think (and could be wrong here) that heís been travelling to uni in England or Scotland so maybe his fitness just isnít at the level of others for the lung bursting role he plays. I know Iíd rather have him coming in with 25 mins to go and emptying the tank rather than blowing up after 50mins. With regards, Lee Brennan, heís just coming back from injury, again, can he last 70 mins? Are you prepared to be subbing him after 55mins with the game there to be won? I just donít think bringing Skeet, McShane or Ritchie D will give us the same boost but they are steady players to ensure the game is tight if started. Itís a tough call for the management but itís not as simple as just picking your best 15 to start and leave them there for 70 mins. Mickey may have stumbled on this tactic rather then by design but if we know we can push on in the final 20 rather than fading then I think thatís a great bonus.
Hard to know what to do that's for sure. If he made the subs at half time then maybe I'd have more belief in what he's doing. If donegal had of got a goal after half time I'd say they would have been damn hard to pull back. There is definitely 70 mins in mcgeary and Brennan. We have one foot in the final (so have Monaghan) and we need to attack the game from the start.

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« Reply #8195 on: August 09, 2018, 10:37:39 PM »
1. Niall Morgan
2. Michael McKernan
3. Ronan McNamee
4. Rory Brennan
5. Tiernan McCann
6. Frank Burns
7. Peter Harte
8. Colm Cavanagh
9. Padraig Hampsey
10. Mattie Donnelly
11. Niall Sludden
12. Cathal McShane
13. Mark Bradley
14. Richie Donnelly
15. Conor McAliskey

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« Reply #8196 on: August 10, 2018, 06:26:53 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!

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« Reply #8197 on: August 10, 2018, 06:45:51 AM »
At least this time we know o Connell won't be left free unlike omagh, so if we can stop him and McManus then that's the danger. Mcanespie caused us a lot of bother as well but whether he can be man marked trains to be seen

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« Reply #8198 on: August 10, 2018, 08:25:17 AM »
At least this time we know o Connell won't be left free unlike omagh, so if we can stop him and McManus then that's the danger. Mcanespie caused us a lot of bother as well but whether he can be man marked trains to be seen

O Connell got a free reign the last day because we were too focused on you know who. That won't happen this time.

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« Reply #8199 on: August 10, 2018, 09:56:17 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!

This goes against your "come on the royalers" post earlier in the season southtyronegael. You jumped back on the bandwagon??

Meyler a big loss, wasnt getting much on the score sheet but his workrate and ball carrying ability will be missed, however a big opportunity for another man to get in there from the off and bring the game to monaghan. Weathers looking like rain, i wud keep richy donnelly in there and try a few long balls in, monaghan suspect under them.

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« Reply #8200 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 #8201 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 #8202 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 #8203 on: August 11, 2018, 09:14:02 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 #8204 on: August 11, 2018, 10:58:41 AM »
Don't be such a p***k Redhand88.  Are you 12?  You and a few others on here have been an absolute embarrassment to real Tyrone people! Some the stuff you have come out with since the Donegal game has been pure horse shit.
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