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« Reply #11100 on: November 27, 2019, 09:15:34 AM »
Are the new rules for next year also applicable for club?

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« Reply #11101 on: November 27, 2019, 11:19:58 AM »
Are the new rules for next year also applicable for club?

No more draws allowed in the league, 2 points settled by a last man standing match

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« Reply #11102 on: November 27, 2019, 12:10:17 PM »
Are the new rules for next year also applicable for club?

No more draws allowed in the league, 2 points settled by a last man standing match

Invaluable as always. Thanks.

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« Reply #11103 on: November 27, 2019, 01:22:45 PM »
Are the new rules for next year also applicable for club?

No more draws allowed in the league, 2 points settled by a last man standing match

Invaluable as always. Thanks.
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« Reply #11104 on: November 27, 2019, 02:21:12 PM »
Are the new rules for next year also applicable for club?

No more draws allowed in the league, 2 points settled by a last man standing match

Invaluable as always. Thanks.
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« Reply #11105 on: November 30, 2019, 09:25:07 PM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

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« Reply #11106 on: December 01, 2019, 12:33:52 AM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

When Mickey goes he will likely pass the torch onto Mark, so he will not really be gone anyway.

It’s depressing as fcuk to be a Tyrone supporter especially when you know the potential of what could be otherwise.

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« Reply #11107 on: December 01, 2019, 07:46:20 AM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

When Mickey goes he will likely pass the torch onto Mark, so he will not really be gone anyway.

It’s depressing as fcuk to be a Tyrone supporter especially when you know the potential of what could be otherwise.

We’re currently a top 4/5 team in Ireland. What is this potential that suggests we’re better than the counties above us? U20/U21 is the grade to me that suggests what players are coming through. Ignoring last years u20 Ulster win as players not through yet we’ve only won one Ulster and all Ireland in the last 13 years. Dublin have dominated Leinster and picked up 4 all Ireland’s.

How many Tyrone players would currently make the Dublin team?

Even at club level our champions consistently struggle outside Tyrone. Where is the evidence that Harte should be doing better than he is?

We’re also spending less money than the other top counties on the county team which is another disadvantage.

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« Reply #11108 on: December 01, 2019, 10:18:25 AM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

When Mickey goes he will likely pass the torch onto Mark, so he will not really be gone anyway.

It’s depressing as fcuk to be a Tyrone supporter especially when you know the potential of what could be otherwise.

We’re currently a top 4/5 team in Ireland. What is this potential that suggests we’re better than the counties above us? U20/U21 is the grade to me that suggests what players are coming through. Ignoring last years u20 Ulster win as players not through yet we’ve only won one Ulster and all Ireland in the last 13 years. Dublin have dominated Leinster and picked up 4 all Ireland’s.

How many Tyrone players would currently make the Dublin team?

Even at club level our champions consistently struggle outside Tyrone. Where is the evidence that Harte should be doing better than he is?

We’re also spending less money than the other top counties on the county team which is another disadvantage.

Harte raised the bar for Tyrone football and is now judged under that (unfairly so).

If you look at teams that have won All Ireland's since Tyrone last won one.

Kerry (09 and 14)
Cork (10)
Donegal (12)
Dublin (11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19)

2 All Irelands in 11 years would be deemed a very poor return down in Kerry as they are the traditional powerhouses of the game along with Dublin.
Cork have fallen away to ridicule and embarrassment since they last won an AI.
Donegal are more or less at the same level as Tyrone are currently and managed to stay at the top but Tyrone have maintained that over a decade and a complete overhaul of their glory years.

You take a look at counties like Derry, Down, Armagh, Galway, Meath etc and how far they have fallen from grace after their glory days of the 90s/00s and I think Tyrone can be grateful that they have remained relevant.

The defeat for Galbally means that we will now have a full pack for the McKenna Cup so Quinn and Kerr will get their chance to impress before the league.


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« Reply #11109 on: December 01, 2019, 10:20:22 PM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

When Mickey goes he will likely pass the torch onto Mark, so he will not really be gone anyway.

It’s depressing as fcuk to be a Tyrone supporter especially when you know the potential of what could be otherwise.

We’re currently a top 4/5 team in Ireland. What is this potential that suggests we’re better than the counties above us? U20/U21 is the grade to me that suggests what players are coming through. Ignoring last years u20 Ulster win as players not through yet we’ve only won one Ulster and all Ireland in the last 13 years. Dublin have dominated Leinster and picked up 4 all Ireland’s.

How many Tyrone players would currently make the Dublin team?

Even at club level our champions consistently struggle outside Tyrone. Where is the evidence that Harte should be doing better than he is?

We’re also spending less money than the other top counties on the county team which is another disadvantage.

Harte raised the bar for Tyrone football and is now judged under that (unfairly so).

If you look at teams that have won All Ireland's since Tyrone last won one.

Kerry (09 and 14)
Cork (10)
Donegal (12)
Dublin (11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19)

2 All Irelands in 11 years would be deemed a very poor return down in Kerry as they are the traditional powerhouses of the game along with Dublin.
Cork have fallen away to ridicule and embarrassment since they last won an AI.
Donegal are more or less at the same level as Tyrone are currently and managed to stay at the top but Tyrone have maintained that over a decade and a complete overhaul of their glory years.

You take a look at counties like Derry, Down, Armagh, Galway, Meath etc and how far they have fallen from grace after their glory days of the 90s/00s and I think Tyrone can be grateful that they have remained relevant.

The defeat for Galbally means that we will now have a full pack for the McKenna Cup so Quinn and Kerr will get their chance to impress before the league.

2 x All Irelands for Kerry and how many times have they changed manager since 09??
While Tyrone stick to a dinosaur of the game

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« Reply #11110 on: December 01, 2019, 11:09:41 PM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

When Mickey goes he will likely pass the torch onto Mark, so he will not really be gone anyway.

It’s depressing as fcuk to be a Tyrone supporter especially when you know the potential of what could be otherwise.

We’re currently a top 4/5 team in Ireland. What is this potential that suggests we’re better than the counties above us? U20/U21 is the grade to me that suggests what players are coming through. Ignoring last years u20 Ulster win as players not through yet we’ve only won one Ulster and all Ireland in the last 13 years. Dublin have dominated Leinster and picked up 4 all Ireland’s.

How many Tyrone players would currently make the Dublin team?

Even at club level our champions consistently struggle outside Tyrone. Where is the evidence that Harte should be doing better than he is?

We’re also spending less money than the other top counties on the county team which is another disadvantage.

Harte raised the bar for Tyrone football and is now judged under that (unfairly so).

If you look at teams that have won All Ireland's since Tyrone last won one.

Kerry (09 and 14)
Cork (10)
Donegal (12)
Dublin (11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19)

2 All Irelands in 11 years would be deemed a very poor return down in Kerry as they are the traditional powerhouses of the game along with Dublin.
Cork have fallen away to ridicule and embarrassment since they last won an AI.
Donegal are more or less at the same level as Tyrone are currently and managed to stay at the top but Tyrone have maintained that over a decade and a complete overhaul of their glory years.

You take a look at counties like Derry, Down, Armagh, Galway, Meath etc and how far they have fallen from grace after their glory days of the 90s/00s and I think Tyrone can be grateful that they have remained relevant.

The defeat for Galbally means that we will now have a full pack for the McKenna Cup so Quinn and Kerr will get their chance to impress before the league.

2 x All Irelands for Kerry and how many times have they changed manager since 09??
While Tyrone stick to a dinosaur of the game

You are comparing Kerry with Tyrone, there is a seismic gap in terms of tradition.

Mickey Harte is the only manager who was able to bridge that gap. Changing managers did not do much good for the likes of Galway, Armagh, Meath, Down or Derry now did it? It didn't bring Mayo any closer. I think the bottom line is that for the past decade we just haven't had the players, simple as that.

The team of the decade has cropped up in recent years, I can't think of a single Tyrone player who would be close to getting on it.

But blame the manager.

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« Reply #11111 on: December 02, 2019, 12:35:40 PM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

When Mickey goes he will likely pass the torch onto Mark, so he will not really be gone anyway.

It’s depressing as fcuk to be a Tyrone supporter especially when you know the potential of what could be otherwise.

We’re currently a top 4/5 team in Ireland. What is this potential that suggests we’re better than the counties above us? U20/U21 is the grade to me that suggests what players are coming through. Ignoring last years u20 Ulster win as players not through yet we’ve only won one Ulster and all Ireland in the last 13 years. Dublin have dominated Leinster and picked up 4 all Ireland’s.

How many Tyrone players would currently make the Dublin team?

Even at club level our champions consistently struggle outside Tyrone. Where is the evidence that Harte should be doing better than he is?

We’re also spending less money than the other top counties on the county team which is another disadvantage.

Harte raised the bar for Tyrone football and is now judged under that (unfairly so).

If you look at teams that have won All Ireland's since Tyrone last won one.

Kerry (09 and 14)
Cork (10)
Donegal (12)
Dublin (11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19)

2 All Irelands in 11 years would be deemed a very poor return down in Kerry as they are the traditional powerhouses of the game along with Dublin.
Cork have fallen away to ridicule and embarrassment since they last won an AI.
Donegal are more or less at the same level as Tyrone are currently and managed to stay at the top but Tyrone have maintained that over a decade and a complete overhaul of their glory years.

You take a look at counties like Derry, Down, Armagh, Galway, Meath etc and how far they have fallen from grace after their glory days of the 90s/00s and I think Tyrone can be grateful that they have remained relevant.

The defeat for Galbally means that we will now have a full pack for the McKenna Cup so Quinn and Kerr will get their chance to impress before the league.

2 x All Irelands for Kerry and how many times have they changed manager since 09??
While Tyrone stick to a dinosaur of the game

You are comparing Kerry with Tyrone, there is a seismic gap in terms of tradition.

Mickey Harte is the only manager who was able to bridge that gap. Changing managers did not do much good for the likes of Galway, Armagh, Meath, Down or Derry now did it? It didn't bring Mayo any closer. I think the bottom line is that for the past decade we just haven't had the players, simple as that.

The team of the decade has cropped up in recent years, I can't think of a single Tyrone player who would be close to getting on it.

But blame the manager.

We've lost All Irelands with Harte in charge. Certainly the losses in 06 and 07 and quite possibly against Cork in 2010.
I'd say he has cost us more than he has won.

Although the 46 McKenna cups is certainly unrivalled. Beating the likes of Queen's University and Monaghan 4ths is to be commended. Showing a real ruthless streak by not allowing the Universities best players to play against Tyrone by threatening them with being axed from the Tyrone panel. A leader. A visionary. 20 more years please!!

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« Reply #11112 on: December 02, 2019, 01:47:44 PM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

When Mickey goes he will likely pass the torch onto Mark, so he will not really be gone anyway.

It’s depressing as fcuk to be a Tyrone supporter especially when you know the potential of what could be otherwise.

We’re currently a top 4/5 team in Ireland. What is this potential that suggests we’re better than the counties above us? U20/U21 is the grade to me that suggests what players are coming through. Ignoring last years u20 Ulster win as players not through yet we’ve only won one Ulster and all Ireland in the last 13 years. Dublin have dominated Leinster and picked up 4 all Ireland’s.

How many Tyrone players would currently make the Dublin team?

Even at club level our champions consistently struggle outside Tyrone. Where is the evidence that Harte should be doing better than he is?

We’re also spending less money than the other top counties on the county team which is another disadvantage.

Harte raised the bar for Tyrone football and is now judged under that (unfairly so).

If you look at teams that have won All Ireland's since Tyrone last won one.

Kerry (09 and 14)
Cork (10)
Donegal (12)
Dublin (11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19)

2 All Irelands in 11 years would be deemed a very poor return down in Kerry as they are the traditional powerhouses of the game along with Dublin.
Cork have fallen away to ridicule and embarrassment since they last won an AI.
Donegal are more or less at the same level as Tyrone are currently and managed to stay at the top but Tyrone have maintained that over a decade and a complete overhaul of their glory years.

You take a look at counties like Derry, Down, Armagh, Galway, Meath etc and how far they have fallen from grace after their glory days of the 90s/00s and I think Tyrone can be grateful that they have remained relevant.

The defeat for Galbally means that we will now have a full pack for the McKenna Cup so Quinn and Kerr will get their chance to impress before the league.

2 x All Irelands for Kerry and how many times have they changed manager since 09??
While Tyrone stick to a dinosaur of the game

You are comparing Kerry with Tyrone, there is a seismic gap in terms of tradition.

Mickey Harte is the only manager who was able to bridge that gap. Changing managers did not do much good for the likes of Galway, Armagh, Meath, Down or Derry now did it? It didn't bring Mayo any closer. I think the bottom line is that for the past decade we just haven't had the players, simple as that.

The team of the decade has cropped up in recent years, I can't think of a single Tyrone player who would be close to getting on it.

But blame the manager.

We've lost All Irelands with Harte in charge. Certainly the losses in 06 and 07 and quite possibly against Cork in 2010.
I'd say he has cost us more than he has won.


Although the 46 McKenna cups is certainly unrivalled. Beating the likes of Queen's University and Monaghan 4ths is to be commended. Showing a real ruthless streak by not allowing the Universities best players to play against Tyrone by threatening them with being axed from the Tyrone panel. A leader. A visionary. 20 more years please!!


That's the problem there with so many Tyrone fans. Unrealistic expectations. There was an excellent Kerry team in the 00's and Tyrone stood toe to toe with them for the majority of the decade.   
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« Reply #11113 on: December 02, 2019, 01:56:43 PM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

When Mickey goes he will likely pass the torch onto Mark, so he will not really be gone anyway.

It’s depressing as fcuk to be a Tyrone supporter especially when you know the potential of what could be otherwise.

We’re currently a top 4/5 team in Ireland. What is this potential that suggests we’re better than the counties above us? U20/U21 is the grade to me that suggests what players are coming through. Ignoring last years u20 Ulster win as players not through yet we’ve only won one Ulster and all Ireland in the last 13 years. Dublin have dominated Leinster and picked up 4 all Ireland’s.

How many Tyrone players would currently make the Dublin team?

Even at club level our champions consistently struggle outside Tyrone. Where is the evidence that Harte should be doing better than he is?

We’re also spending less money than the other top counties on the county team which is another disadvantage.

Harte raised the bar for Tyrone football and is now judged under that (unfairly so).

If you look at teams that have won All Ireland's since Tyrone last won one.

Kerry (09 and 14)
Cork (10)
Donegal (12)
Dublin (11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19)

2 All Irelands in 11 years would be deemed a very poor return down in Kerry as they are the traditional powerhouses of the game along with Dublin.
Cork have fallen away to ridicule and embarrassment since they last won an AI.
Donegal are more or less at the same level as Tyrone are currently and managed to stay at the top but Tyrone have maintained that over a decade and a complete overhaul of their glory years.

You take a look at counties like Derry, Down, Armagh, Galway, Meath etc and how far they have fallen from grace after their glory days of the 90s/00s and I think Tyrone can be grateful that they have remained relevant.

The defeat for Galbally means that we will now have a full pack for the McKenna Cup so Quinn and Kerr will get their chance to impress before the league.

2 x All Irelands for Kerry and how many times have they changed manager since 09??
While Tyrone stick to a dinosaur of the game

You are comparing Kerry with Tyrone, there is a seismic gap in terms of tradition.

Mickey Harte is the only manager who was able to bridge that gap. Changing managers did not do much good for the likes of Galway, Armagh, Meath, Down or Derry now did it? It didn't bring Mayo any closer. I think the bottom line is that for the past decade we just haven't had the players, simple as that.

The team of the decade has cropped up in recent years, I can't think of a single Tyrone player who would be close to getting on it.

But blame the manager.

We've lost All Irelands with Harte in charge. Certainly the losses in 06 and 07 and quite possibly against Cork in 2010.
I'd say he has cost us more than he has won.


Although the 46 McKenna cups is certainly unrivalled. Beating the likes of Queen's University and Monaghan 4ths is to be commended. Showing a real ruthless streak by not allowing the Universities best players to play against Tyrone by threatening them with being axed from the Tyrone panel. A leader. A visionary. 20 more years please!!


That's the problem there with so many Tyrone fans. Unrealistic expectations. There was an excellent Kerry team in the 00's and Tyrone stood toe to toe with them for the majority of the decade.

Yes. Beating Kerry an achievement, but why overlook easy losses to Derry, Laois, Donegal, Cork, Meath?
He's cost Tyrone more than he has won. He has done nothing of note in 11 years. We haven't beaten any team of note since 2008.

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« Reply #11114 on: December 02, 2019, 02:10:25 PM »
In Dublin manager wins 6 all Ireland's in 7 seasons steps aside

Meanwhile in Tyrone..........  :o

When Mickey goes he will likely pass the torch onto Mark, so he will not really be gone anyway.

It’s depressing as fcuk to be a Tyrone supporter especially when you know the potential of what could be otherwise.

We’re currently a top 4/5 team in Ireland. What is this potential that suggests we’re better than the counties above us? U20/U21 is the grade to me that suggests what players are coming through. Ignoring last years u20 Ulster win as players not through yet we’ve only won one Ulster and all Ireland in the last 13 years. Dublin have dominated Leinster and picked up 4 all Ireland’s.

How many Tyrone players would currently make the Dublin team?

Even at club level our champions consistently struggle outside Tyrone. Where is the evidence that Harte should be doing better than he is?

We’re also spending less money than the other top counties on the county team which is another disadvantage.

Harte raised the bar for Tyrone football and is now judged under that (unfairly so).

If you look at teams that have won All Ireland's since Tyrone last won one.

Kerry (09 and 14)
Cork (10)
Donegal (12)
Dublin (11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19)

2 All Irelands in 11 years would be deemed a very poor return down in Kerry as they are the traditional powerhouses of the game along with Dublin.
Cork have fallen away to ridicule and embarrassment since they last won an AI.
Donegal are more or less at the same level as Tyrone are currently and managed to stay at the top but Tyrone have maintained that over a decade and a complete overhaul of their glory years.

You take a look at counties like Derry, Down, Armagh, Galway, Meath etc and how far they have fallen from grace after their glory days of the 90s/00s and I think Tyrone can be grateful that they have remained relevant.

The defeat for Galbally means that we will now have a full pack for the McKenna Cup so Quinn and Kerr will get their chance to impress before the league.

2 x All Irelands for Kerry and how many times have they changed manager since 09??
While Tyrone stick to a dinosaur of the game

You are comparing Kerry with Tyrone, there is a seismic gap in terms of tradition.

Mickey Harte is the only manager who was able to bridge that gap. Changing managers did not do much good for the likes of Galway, Armagh, Meath, Down or Derry now did it? It didn't bring Mayo any closer. I think the bottom line is that for the past decade we just haven't had the players, simple as that.

The team of the decade has cropped up in recent years, I can't think of a single Tyrone player who would be close to getting on it.

But blame the manager.

We've lost All Irelands with Harte in charge. Certainly the losses in 06 and 07 and quite possibly against Cork in 2010.
I'd say he has cost us more than he has won.


Although the 46 McKenna cups is certainly unrivalled. Beating the likes of Queen's University and Monaghan 4ths is to be commended. Showing a real ruthless streak by not allowing the Universities best players to play against Tyrone by threatening them with being axed from the Tyrone panel. A leader. A visionary. 20 more years please!!


That's the problem there with so many Tyrone fans. Unrealistic expectations. There was an excellent Kerry team in the 00's and Tyrone stood toe to toe with them for the majority of the decade.

Yes. Beating Kerry an achievement, but why overlook easy losses to Derry, Laois, Donegal, Cork, Meath?
He's cost Tyrone more than he has won. He has done nothing of note in 11 years. We haven't beaten any team of note since 2008.
It's a pointless argument. There's no way of gauging what he has cost us and what he has won for Tyrone. We might not have got the three we did get without him. There's a lot of other teams who haven't beaten anyone of note since 2008. From 2010 to 2017 we didn't have a top squad. I actually think MH overachieved those years by keeping us competitive. Might be time to go now, but I believe we'll go backwards when he does go. But at least that might realign some supporters expectations.
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