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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #9915 on: June 19, 2019, 12:58:58 PM »
I would probably see it from the players point of view. How is sitting on the bench going to improve you as a player when you cant get on for your county and you are not allowed to play for your club.

Forwards especially strive on confidence, but bringing on a forward at say the 50 minute mark who hasn't played much football all season and expecting him to turn the game around is naive at best. Why would a talented player like Lee waste a full year to sit on the tyrone bench when he could be playing for his club every week and getting sharper with each game.

The issue is that Mickey has chopped and changed and neglected the forwards for far too long. Wouldn't listen to Owen talking about staying to fight for a place when him Peter and Steve were guaranteed game time every game. Tyrone need to pick a system and stick with it so players know where they stand.

This does not happen in Mayo, Kerry or Dublin for the simple reason these teams know their system of play inside out and players know they will get a chance. Whereas in Tyrone a forward does not know if they will be playing attacking football one week or 15 men behind the ball the next.

Brennan did really well coming of the bench against Donegal last year under similar circumstances. He will get some extra game time over the summer with his club but a lot of weeks there won't be any games.

You still play 2/3's of the league games plus playoffs plus championship while on the county panel so its not like you get no club football. And he did get game time for Tyrone early in the year and would no doubt have got more over the summer. Training games and skills work would also be a level well above club training over the summer which can be fragmented with breaks and holidays.

Id imagine like most top club teams in Tyrone Trillick will have a host of top drawer challenge games against some of the top teams from other Countys, Brennan could be getting an extra 10 games for his club (5 starred and say for example 5 challenge games) which is far more beneficial to a panel member on the Tyrone team who was getting at most 20 mins in total for a summers County football

To play club challenge games? They are hardly going to do much for your sharpness. I always found training matches more beneficial that challenge games. Nevermind that the training matches Brennan would play with Tyrone would be at an even higher level.

Well that's you opinion, maybe the teams you where playing against wernt up to much, personally I think a competitive challenge games would be more beneficial and im sure every manager in tyrone agree otherwise they wudnt play them

Challenge matches are non competitive games.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #9916 on: June 20, 2019, 09:23:20 AM »
Now that IL bomber destro is back as Angelo, the big question remains, where the f**k is thebigdog?
The bigger question that actually remains is the one from a couple of months ago that you have failed to answer so far, that being do you reciprocate for your wife when she gives you the occasional rim job?  8)
man u need help. Plenty of porn online without coming on here to get off.
It wasn't me boasting on this thread that I got rim jobs from my wife.  ;D ;D
She is aware of you posting that on the internets for all to see, does she?

Me thinks that you protest too much, but I'll keep asking the question to you, when appropriate, until you give a definitive answer.  ;)

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« Reply #9917 on: June 20, 2019, 09:27:09 AM »
...Anyway.

Any danger of Tyrone bottling this thing at the weekend v Longford?

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« Reply #9918 on: June 20, 2019, 09:39:38 AM »
...Anyway.

Any danger of Tyrone bottling this thing at the weekend v Longford?

I would hope Tyrone come out with all guns blazing and be well ahead at half time. Not sure if this will happen or not. I believe it is important to have a comprehensive win in order to get the Donegal game out of their system and to install a bit of belief back in the team.

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« Reply #9919 on: June 20, 2019, 11:31:47 AM »
Now that IL bomber destro is back as Angelo, the big question remains, where the f**k is thebigdog?
The bigger question that actually remains is the one from a couple of months ago that you have failed to answer so far, that being do you reciprocate for your wife when she gives you the occasional rim job?  8)
man u need help. Plenty of porn online without coming on here to get off.
It wasn't me boasting on this thread that I got rim jobs from my wife.  ;D ;D
She is aware of you posting that on the internets for all to see, does she?

Me thinks that you protest too much, but I'll keep asking the question to you, when appropriate, until you give a definitive answer.  ;)
my original comment regarding rimming was tongue in cheek. No pun intended.lol

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« Reply #9920 on: June 20, 2019, 12:39:31 PM »
...Anyway.

Any danger of Tyrone bottling this thing at the weekend v Longford?

yes i think it could happen, but if we get past this game I think we will be OK for the Super 8's.

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« Reply #9921 on: June 20, 2019, 01:52:39 PM »
I would probably see it from the players point of view. How is sitting on the bench going to improve you as a player when you cant get on for your county and you are not allowed to play for your club.

Forwards especially strive on confidence, but bringing on a forward at say the 50 minute mark who hasn't played much football all season and expecting him to turn the game around is naive at best. Why would a talented player like Lee waste a full year to sit on the tyrone bench when he could be playing for his club every week and getting sharper with each game.

The issue is that Mickey has chopped and changed and neglected the forwards for far too long. Wouldn't listen to Owen talking about staying to fight for a place when him Peter and Steve were guaranteed game time every game. Tyrone need to pick a system and stick with it so players know where they stand.

This does not happen in Mayo, Kerry or Dublin for the simple reason these teams know their system of play inside out and players know they will get a chance. Whereas in Tyrone a forward does not know if they will be playing attacking football one week or 15 men behind the ball the next.

Brennan did really well coming of the bench against Donegal last year under similar circumstances. He will get some extra game time over the summer with his club but a lot of weeks there won't be any games.

You still play 2/3's of the league games plus playoffs plus championship while on the county panel so its not like you get no club football. And he did get game time for Tyrone early in the year and would no doubt have got more over the summer. Training games and skills work would also be a level well above club training over the summer which can be fragmented with breaks and holidays.

Id imagine like most top club teams in Tyrone Trillick will have a host of top drawer challenge games against some of the top teams from other Countys, Brennan could be getting an extra 10 games for his club (5 starred and say for example 5 challenge games) which is far more beneficial to a panel member on the Tyrone team who was getting at most 20 mins in total for a summers County football

To play club challenge games? They are hardly going to do much for your sharpness. I always found training matches more beneficial that challenge games. Nevermind that the training matches Brennan would play with Tyrone would be at an even higher level.

Well that's you opinion, maybe the teams you where playing against wernt up to much, personally I think a competitive challenge games would be more beneficial and im sure every manager in tyrone agree otherwise they wudnt play them

Challenge matches are non competitive games.

Your wrong there!!

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« Reply #9922 on: June 20, 2019, 02:03:19 PM »
I would probably see it from the players point of view. How is sitting on the bench going to improve you as a player when you cant get on for your county and you are not allowed to play for your club.

Forwards especially strive on confidence, but bringing on a forward at say the 50 minute mark who hasn't played much football all season and expecting him to turn the game around is naive at best. Why would a talented player like Lee waste a full year to sit on the tyrone bench when he could be playing for his club every week and getting sharper with each game.

The issue is that Mickey has chopped and changed and neglected the forwards for far too long. Wouldn't listen to Owen talking about staying to fight for a place when him Peter and Steve were guaranteed game time every game. Tyrone need to pick a system and stick with it so players know where they stand.

This does not happen in Mayo, Kerry or Dublin for the simple reason these teams know their system of play inside out and players know they will get a chance. Whereas in Tyrone a forward does not know if they will be playing attacking football one week or 15 men behind the ball the next.

Brennan did really well coming of the bench against Donegal last year under similar circumstances. He will get some extra game time over the summer with his club but a lot of weeks there won't be any games.

You still play 2/3's of the league games plus playoffs plus championship while on the county panel so its not like you get no club football. And he did get game time for Tyrone early in the year and would no doubt have got more over the summer. Training games and skills work would also be a level well above club training over the summer which can be fragmented with breaks and holidays.

Id imagine like most top club teams in Tyrone Trillick will have a host of top drawer challenge games against some of the top teams from other Countys, Brennan could be getting an extra 10 games for his club (5 starred and say for example 5 challenge games) which is far more beneficial to a panel member on the Tyrone team who was getting at most 20 mins in total for a summers County football

To play club challenge games? They are hardly going to do much for your sharpness. I always found training matches more beneficial that challenge games. Nevermind that the training matches Brennan would play with Tyrone would be at an even higher level.

Well that's you opinion, maybe the teams you where playing against wernt up to much, personally I think a competitive challenge games would be more beneficial and im sure every manager in tyrone agree otherwise they wudnt play them

Challenge matches are non competitive games.

Your wrong there!!

What competition are they a part of?

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« Reply #9923 on: June 20, 2019, 02:19:52 PM »
I would probably see it from the players point of view. How is sitting on the bench going to improve you as a player when you cant get on for your county and you are not allowed to play for your club.

Forwards especially strive on confidence, but bringing on a forward at say the 50 minute mark who hasn't played much football all season and expecting him to turn the game around is naive at best. Why would a talented player like Lee waste a full year to sit on the tyrone bench when he could be playing for his club every week and getting sharper with each game.

The issue is that Mickey has chopped and changed and neglected the forwards for far too long. Wouldn't listen to Owen talking about staying to fight for a place when him Peter and Steve were guaranteed game time every game. Tyrone need to pick a system and stick with it so players know where they stand.

This does not happen in Mayo, Kerry or Dublin for the simple reason these teams know their system of play inside out and players know they will get a chance. Whereas in Tyrone a forward does not know if they will be playing attacking football one week or 15 men behind the ball the next.

Brennan did really well coming of the bench against Donegal last year under similar circumstances. He will get some extra game time over the summer with his club but a lot of weeks there won't be any games.

You still play 2/3's of the league games plus playoffs plus championship while on the county panel so its not like you get no club football. And he did get game time for Tyrone early in the year and would no doubt have got more over the summer. Training games and skills work would also be a level well above club training over the summer which can be fragmented with breaks and holidays.

Id imagine like most top club teams in Tyrone Trillick will have a host of top drawer challenge games against some of the top teams from other Countys, Brennan could be getting an extra 10 games for his club (5 starred and say for example 5 challenge games) which is far more beneficial to a panel member on the Tyrone team who was getting at most 20 mins in total for a summers County football

To play club challenge games? They are hardly going to do much for your sharpness. I always found training matches more beneficial that challenge games. Nevermind that the training matches Brennan would play with Tyrone would be at an even higher level.

Well that's you opinion, maybe the teams you where playing against wernt up to much, personally I think a competitive challenge games would be more beneficial and im sure every manager in tyrone agree otherwise they wudnt play them

Challenge matches are non competitive games.

Your wrong there!!

What competition are they a part of?

zzz

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« Reply #9924 on: June 20, 2019, 02:27:13 PM »
I would probably see it from the players point of view. How is sitting on the bench going to improve you as a player when you cant get on for your county and you are not allowed to play for your club.

Forwards especially strive on confidence, but bringing on a forward at say the 50 minute mark who hasn't played much football all season and expecting him to turn the game around is naive at best. Why would a talented player like Lee waste a full year to sit on the tyrone bench when he could be playing for his club every week and getting sharper with each game.

The issue is that Mickey has chopped and changed and neglected the forwards for far too long. Wouldn't listen to Owen talking about staying to fight for a place when him Peter and Steve were guaranteed game time every game. Tyrone need to pick a system and stick with it so players know where they stand.

This does not happen in Mayo, Kerry or Dublin for the simple reason these teams know their system of play inside out and players know they will get a chance. Whereas in Tyrone a forward does not know if they will be playing attacking football one week or 15 men behind the ball the next.

Brennan did really well coming of the bench against Donegal last year under similar circumstances. He will get some extra game time over the summer with his club but a lot of weeks there won't be any games.

You still play 2/3's of the league games plus playoffs plus championship while on the county panel so its not like you get no club football. And he did get game time for Tyrone early in the year and would no doubt have got more over the summer. Training games and skills work would also be a level well above club training over the summer which can be fragmented with breaks and holidays.

Id imagine like most top club teams in Tyrone Trillick will have a host of top drawer challenge games against some of the top teams from other Countys, Brennan could be getting an extra 10 games for his club (5 starred and say for example 5 challenge games) which is far more beneficial to a panel member on the Tyrone team who was getting at most 20 mins in total for a summers County football

To play club challenge games? They are hardly going to do much for your sharpness. I always found training matches more beneficial that challenge games. Nevermind that the training matches Brennan would play with Tyrone would be at an even higher level.

Well that's you opinion, maybe the teams you where playing against wernt up to much, personally I think a competitive challenge games would be more beneficial and im sure every manager in tyrone agree otherwise they wudnt play them

Challenge matches are non competitive games.

Your wrong there!!

What competition are they a part of?

zzz

Insightful contribution as always. You've gained quite the obsession with me since you imagined Colm Cavanagh being deployed as a sweeper against Donegal.

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« Reply #9925 on: June 20, 2019, 03:15:17 PM »
What's the team for this weekend?
Will Lee Brennan start? Is Ronan O'Neill going to be a surprise inclusion? Will Mark Bradley be involved?

He should definitely drop Michael Cassidy again, as he's been playing too well and maybe close to nailing down a definite starting birth. We don't want him to become too confident.

Niall Sludden is another who should probably be frozen out completely as he had a great year last year and now needs all his confidence stripped away. A handy outing against Longford is not what he needs to regain some form.



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« Reply #9926 on: June 20, 2019, 04:01:28 PM »
Is Ronan back?.

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« Reply #9927 on: June 20, 2019, 04:52:53 PM »
I would probably see it from the players point of view. How is sitting on the bench going to improve you as a player when you cant get on for your county and you are not allowed to play for your club.

Forwards especially strive on confidence, but bringing on a forward at say the 50 minute mark who hasn't played much football all season and expecting him to turn the game around is naive at best. Why would a talented player like Lee waste a full year to sit on the tyrone bench when he could be playing for his club every week and getting sharper with each game.

The issue is that Mickey has chopped and changed and neglected the forwards for far too long. Wouldn't listen to Owen talking about staying to fight for a place when him Peter and Steve were guaranteed game time every game. Tyrone need to pick a system and stick with it so players know where they stand.

This does not happen in Mayo, Kerry or Dublin for the simple reason these teams know their system of play inside out and players know they will get a chance. Whereas in Tyrone a forward does not know if they will be playing attacking football one week or 15 men behind the ball the next.

Brennan did really well coming of the bench against Donegal last year under similar circumstances. He will get some extra game time over the summer with his club but a lot of weeks there won't be any games.

You still play 2/3's of the league games plus playoffs plus championship while on the county panel so its not like you get no club football. And he did get game time for Tyrone early in the year and would no doubt have got more over the summer. Training games and skills work would also be a level well above club training over the summer which can be fragmented with breaks and holidays.

Id imagine like most top club teams in Tyrone Trillick will have a host of top drawer challenge games against some of the top teams from other Countys, Brennan could be getting an extra 10 games for his club (5 starred and say for example 5 challenge games) which is far more beneficial to a panel member on the Tyrone team who was getting at most 20 mins in total for a summers County football

To play club challenge games? They are hardly going to do much for your sharpness. I always found training matches more beneficial that challenge games. Nevermind that the training matches Brennan would play with Tyrone would be at an even higher level.

Well that's you opinion, maybe the teams you where playing against wernt up to much, personally I think a competitive challenge games would be more beneficial and im sure every manager in tyrone agree otherwise they wudnt play them

Challenge matches are non competitive games.

Your wrong there!!

What competition are they a part of?

zzz

Insightful contribution as always. You've gained quite the obsession with me since you imagined Colm Cavanagh being deployed as a sweeper against Donegal.

Nah I just don't understand why you stopped being bomber

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #9928 on: June 20, 2019, 10:01:30 PM »
Eugene McConnell @TyroneGAALive PRO has confirmed that the Tyrone team to play @LongfordGAA will not be named until Saturday at the earliest.

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« Reply #9929 on: June 20, 2019, 10:07:47 PM »
Does anyone think playing a game at 7.30pm on a sunday night  a bad thing no matter what the age group or gender


Does gaa host many club games on saturday evenings