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« Reply #13125 on: December 02, 2020, 08:27:43 PM »
Johnny Davis got £10,000 for one month.
Not £100000 a year.
The split personality user on here who is dragging this conversation along obviously has some kind of Agenda.
Those of you who are saying that this figure is bullshit are wrong.
And yes it is very embarrassing I'd imagine for those who agreed the rates.

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« Reply #13126 on: December 03, 2020, 08:07:34 AM »
What is his own business? PT?

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« Reply #13127 on: December 07, 2020, 01:19:10 PM »
Very quiet on here since new men appointed. Very happy with the group of men at the helm and expect them to keep us at the top end and push us on a bit if possible. Looking at the Dubs over the weekend, they are going to be hard to topple. They are going to be the team to beat for the next 5 years for certain. Tyrone are one of the few teams who have the capacity to topple them in 1 of the years.

Any word on the panel, is it similar or are there trials upcoming? Are they back out training yet or even in the gym? I assume all lads are doing their own work but if the NFL is due to start in early Feb then pitch work would need to start very soon.

Good luck to all involved for 2021 and beyond

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« Reply #13128 on: December 07, 2020, 02:43:02 PM »
Gilroy spoke very favourably of Tyrone last night on the Sunday Game as being at the top table for the past 20 years without the funding Dubs have got, as an argument against the anti-Dublin brigade..

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« Reply #13129 on: December 07, 2020, 03:00:19 PM »
Very quiet on here since new men appointed. Very happy with the group of men at the helm and expect them to keep us at the top end and push us on a bit if possible. Looking at the Dubs over the weekend, they are going to be hard to topple. They are going to be the team to beat for the next 5 years for certain. Tyrone are one of the few teams who have the capacity to topple them in 1 of the years.

Any word on the panel, is it similar or are there trials upcoming? Are they back out training yet or even in the gym? I assume all lads are doing their own work but if the NFL is due to start in early Feb then pitch work would need to start very soon.

Good luck to all involved for 2021 and beyond

Is there not still a lot of uncertainty over when and how the 2021 season will start? Has a decision being made on the calendar and club and county yet?
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« Reply #13130 on: December 07, 2020, 04:56:03 PM »
Very quiet on here since new men appointed. Very happy with the group of men at the helm and expect them to keep us at the top end and push us on a bit if possible. Looking at the Dubs over the weekend, they are going to be hard to topple. They are going to be the team to beat for the next 5 years for certain. Tyrone are one of the few teams who have the capacity to topple them in 1 of the years.

Any word on the panel, is it similar or are there trials upcoming? Are they back out training yet or even in the gym? I assume all lads are doing their own work but if the NFL is due to start in early Feb then pitch work would need to start very soon.

Good luck to all involved for 2021 and beyond

Is there not still a lot of uncertainty over when and how the 2021 season will start? Has a decision being made on the calendar and club and county yet?
Think it's still up in the air regarding the 2021 calendar. Last I heard they were considering club going first so Inter County could get fans in during the second half of the season.

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Re: Tyrone County Football and Hurling
« Reply #13131 on: December 08, 2020, 06:27:39 PM »
Gilroy spoke very favourably of Tyrone last night on the Sunday Game as being at the top table for the past 20 years without the funding Dubs have got, as an argument against the anti-Dublin brigade..

As far as I'm aware, Gilroy's granny was a burnt-out-of-Belfast refugee to Dublin in the 1920s, which might explain his relative lack of antipathy towards nordies like us over the years.
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« Reply #13132 on: December 13, 2020, 01:50:32 PM »
A lot of cars round Garvaghy yesterday. Senior team running trials. Anyone any info on who was there? How many men got trials, any new men stand out?

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« Reply #13133 on: December 13, 2020, 06:02:24 PM »
Aidan McRory held Lee Brennan scoreless apparently...say what you want about him but he's a solid enough man marker. Just not the most gifted footballer.

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« Reply #13134 on: December 13, 2020, 07:40:19 PM »
Was Tyrone minor training

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« Reply #13135 on: December 14, 2020, 10:15:27 AM »
Aidan McRory held Lee Brennan scoreless apparently...say what you want about him but he's a solid enough man marker. Just not the most gifted footballer.

McCrory got an awful lot of unwarranted stick with Tyrone simply due to his club, he was always a very solid player whenever given the chance.

He must be 32/33 now though and he's fell way down the pecking order in recent seasons so I'd be really surprised if Logan and Dooher were having a look at him.
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« Reply #13136 on: December 15, 2020, 11:16:43 PM »
Aidan McRory held Lee Brennan scoreless apparently...say what you want about him but he's a solid enough man marker. Just not the most gifted footballer.
it was a cardboard cut out of Lee Brennan.

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« Reply #13137 on: December 15, 2020, 11:21:23 PM »
Anyone hear one on Teamtalk mag men got suspended for 96 weeks??? and is taking up a lot of debate in Garvaghy..

Who? And what exactly would you have to do to earn a 96 week suspension? :o


I heard Damian Harvey got suspended for 96 weeks...something to do with leaking emails that's all i heard, its under appeal....

Suspended from what exactly? Setting foot in Garvaghey? Attending Tyrone matches ?

I would presume he would be suspended from any position he holds in County Board or club ... he cant be suspended from going to watch a game......

He has just been re-elected to serve as coaching officer...so much for the 18 month suspension

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« Reply #13138 on: December 15, 2020, 11:40:45 PM »
Anyone hear one on Teamtalk mag men got suspended for 96 weeks??? and is taking up a lot of debate in Garvaghy..

Who? And what exactly would you have to do to earn a 96 week suspension? :o


I heard Damian Harvey got suspended for 96 weeks...something to do with leaking emails that's all i heard, its under appeal....

Suspended from what exactly? Setting foot in Garvaghey? Attending Tyrone matches ?

I would presume he would be suspended from any position he holds in County Board or club ... he cant be suspended from going to watch a game......

He has just been re-elected to serve as coaching officer...so much for the 18 month suspension

He's appealing his suspension as far as I know. It was mentioned tonight. He can continue to hold the post while the appeal is underway.

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« Reply #13139 on: December 17, 2020, 10:37:36 AM »
What exactly was the suspension for?