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« Reply #12225 on: September 11, 2020, 08:59:04 AM »
Is Paudie McNulty worth another go at county level?

I think he's better than some of the options we have there presently and looked in great shape the other night against Errigal.
That relationship has sailed I think

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« Reply #12226 on: September 14, 2020, 01:12:41 PM »
Is it from today that county teams can train together again collectively?

Any word on any additions to the panel since the break?

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« Reply #12227 on: September 14, 2020, 01:30:38 PM »
Every county panel from today are insured to restart training. I don't think they are insured for indoor, gym work.

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« Reply #12228 on: September 17, 2020, 11:08:34 AM »
D-Day confirmed as Sunday 1st November 1.30 in Ballybofey

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« Reply #12229 on: September 17, 2020, 01:51:56 PM »
Gonna be a massive ask without McShane

Is he likely to be 100% for next season?

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« Reply #12230 on: September 17, 2020, 05:04:40 PM »
Gonna be a massive ask without McShane

Is he likely to be 100% for next season?

I'd imagine so by Championship time at least.

He did his ankle in February and it was a 5-8 month recovery timeframe. I'm not sure if the additional surgery he had was in relation to the ankle or a different issue but he underwent surgery on that about a month back so I'd say he should be around at some point in the national league.

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« Reply #12231 on: September 17, 2020, 05:07:11 PM »
Think he said in an Irish News or Gaelic Life interview that's why he took the op, so he could be back for the following year.

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« Reply #12232 on: September 20, 2020, 09:57:10 PM »
Maybe 1 player that is worth another  look would be quinn from Dungannon. He's a great ball winner. Paul Donaghey wouldnt have the strength for county football I doubt, although he prob deserves his chance

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« Reply #12233 on: September 20, 2020, 10:30:36 PM »
Maybe 1 player that is worth another  look would be quinn from Dungannon. He's a great ball winner. Paul Donaghey wouldnt have the strength for county football I doubt, although he prob deserves his chance

Donaghy is young though and has the frame and years on his side to build that power up. He should be on the panel and allow him to progress and develop because he has a lot of qualities that we don't have in the squad.

Quinn must be nearly 30 now, think he was on the McKenna Cup panel 4 or 5 years back, good club player but can't see him making the difference at county level. He hasn't even been starting for Dungannon.


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« Reply #12234 on: September 20, 2020, 10:52:19 PM »
Maybe 1 player that is worth another  look would be quinn from Dungannon. He's a great ball winner. Paul Donaghey wouldnt have the strength for county football I doubt, although he prob deserves his chance

Donaghy is young though and has the frame and years on his side to build that power up. He should be on the panel and allow him to progress and develop because he has a lot of qualities that we don't have in the squad.

Quinn must be nearly 30 now, think he was on the McKenna Cup panel 4 or 5 years back, good club player but can't see him making the difference at county level. He hasn't even been starting for Dungannon.


Trust me, quinn is twice the player. Whether he would be willing to have another go with Tyrone is another thing. Harte isn't going to keep a player for a few years and build him up physically. Your either fit for it or you not on the squad. At the minute he's nowhere near it. Although he has 3 months now to work hard. Hopefully he does

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #12235 on: September 21, 2020, 12:05:29 AM »
Maybe 1 player that is worth another  look would be quinn from Dungannon. He's a great ball winner. Paul Donaghey wouldnt have the strength for county football I doubt, although he prob deserves his chance

Donaghy is young though and has the frame and years on his side to build that power up. He should be on the panel and allow him to progress and develop because he has a lot of qualities that we don't have in the squad.

Quinn must be nearly 30 now, think he was on the McKenna Cup panel 4 or 5 years back, good club player but can't see him making the difference at county level. He hasn't even been starting for Dungannon.


Trust me, quinn is twice the player. Whether he would be willing to have another go with Tyrone is another thing. Harte isn't going to keep a player for a few years and build him up physically. Your either fit for it or you not on the squad. At the minute he's nowhere near it. Although he has 3 months now to work hard. Hopefully he does

Donaghy just finished the top scorer in the Championship by a huge distance. The lad has great potential. If Quinn was as good as you're saying I don't see why Dungannon would be leaving him on the bench and it's not a slight on Quinn who is a good player.

There's a few guys in there already on that remit.

Murnaghan, Darragh Canavan, Quinn from Galbally, Grimes, Mulgrew - all lads who were brought in at an early age to get them ready.

Donaghy is a big lad, he's 6ft2 or thereabouts and he's going to grow into himself in time.

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« Reply #12237 on: September 22, 2020, 08:51:29 PM »
One of our very few leaders. Can retire with great pride. If only we could bottle his character and give it to some of the other Tyrone players. Thanks big Colm!

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« Reply #12238 on: September 22, 2020, 09:15:41 PM »
One of our very few leaders. Can retire with great pride. If only we could bottle his character and give it to some of the other Tyrone players. Thanks big Colm!

Im sure you’ll be one of the first to give credit to Mickey Harte as well STG. Developed him into an all star footballer when most were calling for him to be dropped off the squad years ago.

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« Reply #12239 on: September 22, 2020, 09:17:05 PM »
An absolute warrior, a shame for him to have to call it a day in those circumstances.

We'll be looking at the likes of Kennedy or Kilpatrick to step up now. I know the Harte bashers will love this but I really don't see what Ben McDonnell brings ahead of some of our other midfield options.