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Ethan Tremblay

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« Reply #8715 on: September 14, 2018, 12:52:54 PM »
Donít see what people can complain about.  He has released a book and giving his version/opinion of events.  I wouldnít have looked at before, but so far it seems to give more of an insight behind the scenes than most other sports books probably would. 
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« Reply #8716 on: September 15, 2018, 10:13:39 AM »
Sean Cavanagh is a frustrated figure and why wouldn't he be? Since 2010 Harte has Tyrone playing this short kick out, blanket defence, slow build up rubbish and it has definitely affected Sean s game. Sean Cavanagh will go down as a Tyrone great up there with the best. Harte and his pet pig Gavin Devlin most certainly won't.

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« Reply #8717 on: September 15, 2018, 10:21:46 AM »
Sean Cavanagh is a frustrated figure and why wouldn't he be? Since 2010 Harte has Tyrone playing this short kick out, blanket defence, slow build up rubbish and it has definitely affected Sean s game. Sean Cavanagh will go down as a Tyrone great up there with the best. Harte and his pet pig Gavin Devlin most certainly won't.

A man that has overseen a counties only 3 all Ireland wins will not go down as a Tyrone great. Catch yourself on!

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« Reply #8718 on: September 15, 2018, 03:39:45 PM »
Sean Cavanagh is a frustrated figure and why wouldn't he be? Since 2010 Harte has Tyrone playing this short kick out, blanket defence, slow build up rubbish and it has definitely affected Sean s game. Sean Cavanagh will go down as a Tyrone great up there with the best. Harte and his pet pig Gavin Devlin most certainly won't.

A man that has overseen a counties only 3 all Ireland wins will not go down as a Tyrone great. Catch yourself on!

He will be remembered as a good manager who got lucky with a group of great players. His record since the great players retired has been poor.

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« Reply #8719 on: September 15, 2018, 03:46:48 PM »
I donít even think you believe that Lenny.  ;D
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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #8720 on: September 15, 2018, 10:26:53 PM »
Sean Cavanagh is a frustrated figure and why wouldn't he be? Since 2010 Harte has Tyrone playing this short kick out, blanket defence, slow build up rubbish and it has definitely affected Sean s game. Sean Cavanagh will go down as a Tyrone great up there with the best. Harte and his pet pig Gavin Devlin most certainly won't.

A man that has overseen a counties only 3 all Ireland wins will not go down as a Tyrone great. Catch yourself on!

He will be remembered as a good manager who got lucky with a group of great players. His record since the great players retired has been poor.

He's won literally everything he could have won as a manager across every age level. He will go down as one of the greatest managers to ever manage the game.

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« Reply #8721 on: September 15, 2018, 10:48:09 PM »
Sean Cavanagh is a frustrated figure and why wouldn't he be? Since 2010 Harte has Tyrone playing this short kick out, blanket defence, slow build up rubbish and it has definitely affected Sean s game. Sean Cavanagh will go down as a Tyrone great up there with the best. Harte and his pet pig Gavin Devlin most certainly won't.

A man that has overseen a counties only 3 all Ireland wins will not go down as a Tyrone great. Catch yourself on!

He will be remembered as a good manager who got lucky with a group of great players. His record since the great players retired has been poor.

He's won literally everything he could have won as a manager across every age level. He will go down as one of the greatest managers to ever manage the game.
Your definition of greatness is different from mine. I may have tipped my hat pre-2010 but his legacy and reputation as a manager/coach has went down since.

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« Reply #8722 on: September 16, 2018, 06:18:50 PM »
Well done the Tyrone girls today. Very ruthless from the start and the fourth goal was a brilliant bit of team play. Also big shout out to manager Gerry Moan who not so long ago was getting death threats( so he said)  from the red hand defenders but today ran on the pitch to embrace them at the final whistle.

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« Reply #8723 on: September 16, 2018, 11:49:03 PM »
Sean Cavanagh is a frustrated figure and why wouldn't he be? Since 2010 Harte has Tyrone playing this short kick out, blanket defence, slow build up rubbish and it has definitely affected Sean s game. Sean Cavanagh will go down as a Tyrone great up there with the best. Harte and his pet pig Gavin Devlin most certainly won't.

Back in August, 'therealdonald' asked someone to name southtyronegael. The next post was from 'thebigdog' saying he didn't care if someone named him. http://gaaboard.com/board/index.php?topic=2312.msg1836863#msg1836863

In other words, the idiot replied to someone under the wrong one of his two accounts. And he still is too yellow to even admit having set up two anonymous accounts for abusing named GAA people.

He has not just abused people online, but been PMing totally unproven accusations about a named Tyrone player for allegedly making sectarian comments at a Monaghan player.

A while back I posted a facebook screengrab of a facebook comment (with the name blanked out) of what I believed to be his own facebook profile. He actually confirmed in a reply that it was his comment, so his identity is known.

If you are going to repeatedly anonymously abuse named people, it's only fair that you should have the balls to use your own name to do so.

Will the admins finally deal with STG/thebigdog or will his name have to be posted here? If the former doesn't happen very soon, the latter will.

Southtyronegael/thebigdog making that schoolboy error and proving it is just one idiotic buffoon (rather than two) remains the funniest own goal on this board. Wonít be long til he does something as stupid again. Thick as shite. Just look at his grammar.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #8724 on: September 17, 2018, 11:54:19 AM »
quote author=Snapchap link=topic=28297.msg1762205#msg1762205 date=1513352242]
No matter what you think of Geldof his actions and subsequent publicity have brought the issue of ethnic cleansing in Myanmar to the Board.

In case you haven't noticed, this thread is named 'Bob Geldof' and absolutely no discussion anywhere in the last few days has been about the Myanmar situation. It has all been about Bob Geldof. Which is exactly what Bob Geldof was aiming to do with this whole stunt.

An egotistical, hypocritical lowlife. He is just beneath contempt. Full credit to DCC for showing him a well deserved middle finger.
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Hopefully Bob Geldolfs family aren't easily offended

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« Reply #8725 on: September 17, 2018, 11:55:33 AM »
quote author=Snapchap link=topic=28297.msg1762205#msg1762205 date=1513352242]
No matter what you think of Geldof his actions and subsequent publicity have brought the issue of ethnic cleansing in Myanmar to the Board.

In case you haven't noticed, this thread is named 'Bob Geldof' and absolutely no discussion anywhere in the last few days has been about the Myanmar situation. It has all been about Bob Geldof. Which is exactly what Bob Geldof was aiming to do with this whole stunt.

An egotistical, hypocritical lowlife. He is just beneath contempt. Full credit to DCC for showing him a well deserved middle finger.

Hopefully Bob Geldolfs family aren't easily offended
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Do you think Bob Geldof or his family reads gaaboard? Jesus wept.

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« Reply #8726 on: September 17, 2018, 12:00:26 PM »
quote author=Snapchap link=topic=28297.msg1762205#msg1762205 date=1513352242]
No matter what you think of Geldof his actions and subsequent publicity have brought the issue of ethnic cleansing in Myanmar to the Board.

In case you haven't noticed, this thread is named 'Bob Geldof' and absolutely no discussion anywhere in the last few days has been about the Myanmar situation. It has all been about Bob Geldof. Which is exactly what Bob Geldof was aiming to do with this whole stunt.

An egotistical, hypocritical lowlife. He is just beneath contempt. Full credit to DCC for showing him a well deserved middle finger.

Hopefully Bob Geldolfs family aren't easily offended

Do you think Bob Geldof or his family reads gaaboard? Jesus wept.
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Ah now lad, surely that's not the point. For someone who is a staunch opponent of faceless people criticising others on the internet, you actually seem to be a bit of a hypocrite

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« Reply #8727 on: September 17, 2018, 12:14:20 PM »
quote author=Snapchap link=topic=28297.msg1762205#msg1762205 date=1513352242]
No matter what you think of Geldof his actions and subsequent publicity have brought the issue of ethnic cleansing in Myanmar to the Board.

In case you haven't noticed, this thread is named 'Bob Geldof' and absolutely no discussion anywhere in the last few days has been about the Myanmar situation. It has all been about Bob Geldof. Which is exactly what Bob Geldof was aiming to do with this whole stunt.

An egotistical, hypocritical lowlife. He is just beneath contempt. Full credit to DCC for showing him a well deserved middle finger.

Hopefully Bob Geldolfs family aren't easily offended

Do you think Bob Geldof or his family reads gaaboard? Jesus wept.

Ah now lad, surely that's not the point. For someone who is a staunch opponent of faceless people criticising others on the internet, you actually seem to be a bit of a hypocrite
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A poor effort. I've repeatedly stated that I resent "named GAA people". Again, do you think Bob Geldoff reads gaaboard? Away and cop yourself on.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #8728 on: September 17, 2018, 01:16:25 PM »
Moving on....I see Conor McAliskey broke his ankle at the weekend. The lad has had his fair share of injuries of late - hopefully he can make a full recovery again.
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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #8729 on: September 17, 2018, 01:23:54 PM »
Moving on....I see Conor McAliskey broke his ankle at the weekend. The lad has had his fair share of injuries of late - hopefully he can make a full recovery again.

Gutting for the lad. Seen the photo. Boke.  Hope he has speedy recovery. Must be very strong minded.