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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #30 on: July 08, 2018, 12:05:00 PM »
I presume they bet Monaghan out the gate.... ;D

To be fair to Monaghan, they have managed a couple of victories in Championship matches in Croke Park in the past 17 years. Am I correct in saying Mayo are the only side in Connacht to win a Championship match in Croke Park since Sligo beat Tyrone in 2002?

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That's pretty shocking, particularly for Galway. You'd wonder where Seafoid gets his arrogance from when Galway are presiding over a record like that.

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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #31 on: July 08, 2018, 12:13:01 PM »
Tyrone will devour Roscommon.
They didn't get out of 2nd gear yesterday to beat Cork.

6+ points win.
How many gears do Tyrone have other than neutral?
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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #32 on: July 08, 2018, 12:27:31 PM »
Tyrone will devour Roscommon.
They didn't get out of 2nd gear yesterday to beat Cork.

6+ points win.
How many gears do Tyrone have other than neutral?

Enough gears to win a Championship game at Croke Park anyway.

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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #33 on: July 08, 2018, 01:08:41 PM »
 Happy enough to get Roscommon first. Good to have a handy game before the real stuff starts.
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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #34 on: July 08, 2018, 01:12:45 PM »
Jaysus lads stop trying to taunt Syferus with cheap taunts

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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #35 on: July 08, 2018, 01:13:35 PM »
I presume they bet Monaghan out the gate.... ;D

To be fair to Monaghan, they have managed a couple of victories in Championship matches in Croke Park in the past 17 years. Am I correct in saying Mayo are the only side in Connacht to win a Championship match in Croke Park since Sligo beat Tyrone in 2002?

Correct

That's pretty shocking, particularly for Galway. You'd wonder where Seafoid gets his arrogance from when Galway are presiding over a record like that.

Sure we have the hurling to glory in while the footballers prepare for the summit.
17 years of mediocrity is nothing iin the big picture. Galway's. first all Ireland was 1925, 78 years before Tyrone''s first Sam.
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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #36 on: July 08, 2018, 01:19:57 PM »
Jaysus lads stop trying to taunt Syferus with cheap taunts

Taunts?

I've only referenced a body of empirical evidence. If he's taunted by the truth then that's his problem.

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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #37 on: July 08, 2018, 01:23:40 PM »
I presume they bet Monaghan out the gate.... ;D

To be fair to Monaghan, they have managed a couple of victories in Championship matches in Croke Park in the past 17 years. Am I correct in saying Mayo are the only side in Connacht to win a Championship match in Croke Park since Sligo beat Tyrone in 2002?

Correct

That's pretty shocking, particularly for Galway. You'd wonder where Seafoid gets his arrogance from when Galway are presiding over a record like that.

Sure we have the hurling to glory in while the footballers prepare for the summit.
17 years of mediocrity is nothing iin the big picture. Galway's. first all Ireland was 1925, 78 years before Tyrone''s first Sam.

17 years and counting.

You must be confused however as there is a separate hurling forum if you want to discuss hurling. The Galway football side's recent record at Croke Park is embarrassing for a county of their tradition and playing numbers.

1925? There's not many living people that will remember that. You seem to have an obsession with Tyrone that sates your need to deflect from your own county.

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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #38 on: July 08, 2018, 01:39:28 PM »
Baggio, the only question  for Tyrone ovrr the last 9 years is when you run out of road...

You are I no position to slag off other teams who haven't hit the summit yet...

I hope it's next weekend, not sure we are good enough bug it certainly won't be fear of Tyrone  that will hold the Rossies back...... if we're not good enough I'll be first to acknowledge it esp if ye play better football....

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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #39 on: July 08, 2018, 01:45:54 PM »
Paddy Power has Tír Eoghain @ 4-9, and Ros @ 9-4, which isn't too far away I'd say. Sure knock yourselves out Rossies. ;) :D
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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #40 on: July 08, 2018, 02:08:26 PM »
Baggio, the only question  for Tyrone ovrr the last 9 years is when you run out of road...

You are I no position to slag off other teams who haven't hit the summit yet...

I hope it's next weekend, not sure we are good enough bug it certainly won't be fear of Tyrone  that will hold the Rossies back...... if we're not good enough I'll be first to acknowledge it esp if ye play better football....

I'm aware of it.

Seafoid loves to talk about Tyrone and not his own county.

We're a better team than Roscommon so I expect us to win, naturally - that's not arrogance.

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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #41 on: July 08, 2018, 02:19:16 PM »
Baggio, the only question  for Tyrone ovrr the last 9 years is when you run out of road...

You are I no position to slag off other teams who haven't hit the summit yet...

I hope it's next weekend, not sure we are good enough bug it certainly won't be fear of Tyrone  that will hold the Rossies back...... if we're not good enough I'll be first to acknowledge it esp if ye play better football....

I'm aware of it.

Seafoid loves to talk about Tyrone and not his own county.

We're a better team than Roscommon so I expect us to win, naturally - that's not arrogance.
What do you think about young mcInerney at CHB Bombio?

I dunno if Tyrone are better than Ros  McStay is a better manager for a start.
Ros have better forwards.
However Tyrone are better at moving the ball sideways
#Jaysus
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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #42 on: July 08, 2018, 02:26:11 PM »
Baggio, the only question  for Tyrone ovrr the last 9 years is when you run out of road...

You are I no position to slag off other teams who haven't hit the summit yet...

I hope it's next weekend, not sure we are good enough bug it certainly won't be fear of Tyrone  that will hold the Rossies back...... if we're not good enough I'll be first to acknowledge it esp if ye play better football....

I'm aware of it.

Seafoid loves to talk about Tyrone and not his own county.

We're a better team than Roscommon so I expect us to win, naturally - that's not arrogance.
What do you think about young mcInerney at CHB Bombio?

I dunno if Tyrone are better than Ros  McStay is a better manager for a start.
Ros have better forwards.
However Tyrone are better at moving the ball sideways
#Jaysus


I don't think you believe what you type.


Galway seem to be the best team around at moving the ball sideways at the minute. You seem to be projecting a little too much, is it the impending fear of Croke Park that's causing you to lash out?

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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #43 on: July 08, 2018, 02:49:30 PM »


I don't think you believe what you type.


Galway seem to be the best team around at moving the ball sideways at the minute. You seem to be projecting a little too much, is it the impending fear of Croke Park that's causing you to lash out?

nonsense, sorry seafoid (note to self: as Gaeilge, as fecking Gaeilge ;) ), is simply exercising his anti-Tír Eoghain compulsive obsessive disorder (total COD), pay no heed :)
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Re: Tyrone v Roscommon Croke Park 14/15th July
« Reply #44 on: July 08, 2018, 02:57:24 PM »


I don't think you believe what you type.


Galway seem to be the best team around at moving the ball sideways at the minute. You seem to be projecting a little too much, is it the impending fear of Croke Park that's causing you to lash out?

nonsense, sorry seafoid (note to self: as Gaeilge, as fecking Gaeilge ;) ), is simply exercising his anti-Tír Eoghain compulsive obsessive disorder (total COD), pay no heed :)

Bomber is a dose.

Meanwhile

https://m.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/gaelic-football/colm-orourke-this-is-the-end-of-mayo-as-we-have-known-them-37068850.html

"Nobody will want to meet Tyrone but there should be a health warning with their matches.

The standard was not good but it looks as if Tyrone are bound for the Super 8. However, they were quite sloppy and are still a bit behind the top sides. They have not changed from last year when their style was picked apart by Dublin."

Tyrone should do what the Galway hurlers did in 2011. Drop the chokers and start to build a culture of winners.
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