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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #465 on: August 13, 2019, 05:42:30 PM »
Stephen O'Neill has taken forward coaching to a new level if that story is actually true. Attempted poisoning of an opposition defender is a novel tactic when it comes to attacking coaching. It appeared to work though as Foley was poor on Sunday, if Tyrone had actually won the match then could you imagine the outcry. The only person who can debunk this is Foley himself, he knows what he tasted. 

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #466 on: August 13, 2019, 05:48:41 PM »
if he did something like that he should be prosecuted however not for one second do I believe that nonsense lol. Say the guy was sick then what proves anyway that it was the water. Maybe he had something in him. It's one of the more ludicrous things I have heard of apparently happening on a football pitch ;D

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #467 on: August 13, 2019, 06:00:12 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #468 on: August 13, 2019, 06:14:07 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

Your hole. Tyrone scummy tactics have been there for more than 15 years but blame Pat Spillane. ::)

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« Reply #469 on: August 13, 2019, 06:22:27 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

Your hole. Tyrone scummy tactics have been there for more than 15 years but blame Pat Spillane. ::)

The amount of completely fabricated and unsubstantiated nonsense that hits the news with regard to Tyrone is off the charts. Spillane created a bogey man out of Tyrone in 2003 and it stuck, unjustly. When you consider some of the stuff Kerry have gotten away with over the years with a squeaky clean image in contrast.

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« Reply #470 on: August 13, 2019, 06:26:29 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

Your hole. Tyrone scummy tactics have been there for more than 15 years but blame Pat Spillane. ::)

The amount of completely fabricated and unsubstantiated nonsense that hits the news with regard to Tyrone is off the charts. Spillane created a bogey man out of Tyrone in 2003 and it stuck, unjustly. When you consider some of the stuff Kerry have gotten away with over the years with a squeaky clean image in contrast.

Mickey Harte created a team void of responsibility and no matter how blatant or scummy a player's actions there was always Fegral to get them off.

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #471 on: August 13, 2019, 06:28:58 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

Your hole. Tyrone scummy tactics have been there for more than 15 years but blame Pat Spillane. ::)

The amount of completely fabricated and unsubstantiated nonsense that hits the news with regard to Tyrone is off the charts. Spillane created a bogey man out of Tyrone in 2003 and it stuck, unjustly. When you consider some of the stuff Kerry have gotten away with over the years with a squeaky clean image in contrast.

Mickey Harte created a team void of responsibility and no matter how blatant or scummy a player's actions there was always Fegral to get them off.

Teams appealing bans is not unique to Tyrone, as I'm sure Kerry will show you in the next week.
Do you think your obsession with Tyrone is healthy?

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #472 on: August 13, 2019, 06:29:14 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

Your hole. Tyrone scummy tactics have been there for more than 15 years but blame Pat Spillane. ::)

The amount of completely fabricated and unsubstantiated nonsense that hits the news with regard to Tyrone is off the charts. Spillane created a bogey man out of Tyrone in 2003 and it stuck, unjustly. When you consider some of the stuff Kerry have gotten away with over the years with a squeaky clean image in contrast.

Mickey Harte created a team void of responsibility and no matter how blatant or scummy a player's actions there was always Fegral to get them off.

A Kerry player slapped a notebook out of a referees hand and got treated like a martyr, they had two players fail dope tests after national finals and are treated as upholders of the virtues of the game.

You could not make it up.

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« Reply #473 on: August 13, 2019, 06:30:22 PM »
oh dear what next? drive by shootings

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #474 on: August 13, 2019, 06:30:58 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

Your hole. Tyrone scummy tactics have been there for more than 15 years but blame Pat Spillane. ::)

The amount of completely fabricated and unsubstantiated nonsense that hits the news with regard to Tyrone is off the charts. Spillane created a bogey man out of Tyrone in 2003 and it stuck, unjustly. When you consider some of the stuff Kerry have gotten away with over the years with a squeaky clean image in contrast.

Mickey Harte created a team void of responsibility and no matter how blatant or scummy a player's actions there was always Fegral to get them off.

A Kerry player slapped a notebook out of a referees hand and got treated like a martyr, they had two players fail dope tests after national finals and are treated as upholders of the virtues of the game.

You could not make it up.
Who’s the second one? BO’S and ?

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #475 on: August 13, 2019, 06:32:09 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

Your hole. Tyrone scummy tactics have been there for more than 15 years but blame Pat Spillane. ::)

The amount of completely fabricated and unsubstantiated nonsense that hits the news with regard to Tyrone is off the charts. Spillane created a bogey man out of Tyrone in 2003 and it stuck, unjustly. When you consider some of the stuff Kerry have gotten away with over the years with a squeaky clean image in contrast.

Mickey Harte created a team void of responsibility and no matter how blatant or scummy a player's actions there was always Fegral to get them off.

Teams appealing bans is not unique to Tyrone, as I'm sure Kerry will show you in the next week.
Do you think your obsession with Tyrone is healthy?

Lock the thread sure. ;D

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #476 on: August 13, 2019, 06:35:55 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

Your hole. Tyrone scummy tactics have been there for more than 15 years but blame Pat Spillane. ::)

The amount of completely fabricated and unsubstantiated nonsense that hits the news with regard to Tyrone is off the charts. Spillane created a bogey man out of Tyrone in 2003 and it stuck, unjustly. When you consider some of the stuff Kerry have gotten away with over the years with a squeaky clean image in contrast.

Mickey Harte created a team void of responsibility and no matter how blatant or scummy a player's actions there was always Fegral to get them off.

Teams appealing bans is not unique to Tyrone, as I'm sure Kerry will show you in the next week.
Do you think your obsession with Tyrone is healthy?

Lock the thread sure. ;D

On Peter Canavans right foot, I didn't lock the thread. I was at the match. I was fit to unlock it however when I came out, checked the phone and saw the ruckus it had caused here.

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #477 on: August 13, 2019, 06:36:08 PM »
sorry lads, a new member here and that post was in response to poisongate. what is the general concensus about m hs reign

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #478 on: August 13, 2019, 06:52:22 PM »
Pat Spillane is responsible for this, ever since he tried to devalue a great achievement for Tyrone with sour grapes in 2003, it has given ground for people and media pundits to attribute all sorts of unsubstantiated nonsense against Tyrone. It's a good thing we are very stoic in Tyrone.

Your hole. Tyrone scummy tactics have been there for more than 15 years but blame Pat Spillane. ::)

The amount of completely fabricated and unsubstantiated nonsense that hits the news with regard to Tyrone is off the charts. Spillane created a bogey man out of Tyrone in 2003 and it stuck, unjustly. When you consider some of the stuff Kerry have gotten away with over the years with a squeaky clean image in contrast.

Mickey Harte created a team void of responsibility and no matter how blatant or scummy a player's actions there was always Fegral to get them off.

A Kerry player slapped a notebook out of a referees hand and got treated like a martyr, they had two players fail dope tests after national finals and are treated as upholders of the virtues of the game.

You could not make it up.
Who’s the second one? BO’S and ?

Aidan O’Mahony

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Re: Tyrone v Kerry - All-Ireland Semi-Final, Sunday 11th August 3.30pm
« Reply #479 on: August 13, 2019, 06:58:18 PM »
Interesting fact from an Indo article in which Tomas O'Se wonders about the hold Mickey Harte has over Tyrone football and whether it is good for the county......

In the 11 years since Tyrone last won Sam Maguire, they have played the other big three of Dublin, Mayo and Kerry on 11 occasions.

The fact that they have lost all 11 has raised questions of whether the issue is down to the strength of their panel or their tactical approach.