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Owen Mulligan: “Shrewd” Harte Will Relish Chance To Beat Monaghan

Former Tyrone sharpshooter Owen Mulligan believes that his “shrewd” former manager, Mickey Harte will have a plan up his sleeve to rectify the mistakes his team made in their last outing against Monaghan. The reigning champions were knocked out of the Ulster championship by Malachy O’Rourke’s side in May, in a game that saw Peter Harte receive a straight red …

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Tyrone Draw First Blood In Super 8s As They Ease Past Roscommon

Roscommon 2-12 Tyrone 4-24 Tyrone got their Super 8’s campaign off to the best possible start as they overcame Roscommon in a one-sided affair in front of a muted crowed in Croke Park this afternoon.  Fintan Cregg opened the scoring for Roscommon, pinging a lovely score over from the 45 metre line to counter the swarming Tyrone defence. They were afforded plenty of space …

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Super 8 Preview: Tyrone’s Experience To Tell Against Roscommon

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifiers Round 4, O'Moore Park, Co. Laois 7/7/2018 Cork vs Tyrone Tyrone's Connor McAliskey celebrates after scoring his sides opening goal

What: All Ireland Championship Football Quarter Finals – Phase 1 (Group 2) Who: Tyrone v Roscommon Where: Croke Park, Dublin When: Saturday, July 14th at 5pm Odds: Tyrone 2/5    Draw 8/1    Roscommon 11/4   The three-year trial that is the Super 8s will begin in earnest at Croke Park on Saturday evening with the meeting of Tyrone and Roscommon. Mickey Harte’s Tyrone side have become the …

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Tyrone Name Starting XV To Face Cavan In Round 3 Qualifier

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Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has named his starting side for this weekend’s All-Ireland SFC Round 3 qualifier. Ahead of the clash in Enniskillen (having previously been slated for a Croke Park double-header with Kildare v Mayo),  the big news is that there is no news – Harte has named the same starting fifteen to that which took care of Carlow …

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Mickey Harte Has Added A Tyrone Legend To His Backroom Team

Ahead of the 2018 season, Mickey Harte is putting the final preparations to his backroom team before Tyrone’s Dr McKenna Cup campaign. The Red Hand experienced a heartbreaking end to what looked a hugely promising 2017 season. After a dominant march to an Ulster title, they saw off Armagh with ease to set up an All-Ireland semi-final with Dublin. The hammering …

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Tyrone Have Launched Their New Jersey Ahead Of The 2018 Season

Tyrone have launched their new jersey ahead of the 2018 season. 2017 provided a mixed bag of fortunes for Tyrone on the field. They successfully defended their Ulster championship title and comfortably overcame Armagh at the All-Ireland quarter-final stage. It appeared as though the Red Hand outfit were primed and more equipped than anyone else in the country to test …

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Is Mickey Harte Quickly Becoming Gaelic Football’s Arsene Wenger?

Allianz Football League Division 1, Healy Park, Omagh, Co. Tyrone 12/3/2017 Tyrone vs Cavan Tyrone manager Mickey Harte Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Presseye/Lorcan Doherty

The All-Ireland semi-final which took place between Dublin and Tyrone was a travesty for Gaelic football. It displayed the gulf in class between Dublin and the rest of the country in stark terms. Dublin dismantled a hapless Tyrone team which were beaten into submission by a team brimming with attacking inventiveness married with a ravenous hunger when out of possession of …

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Mickey Harte To Stay On As Tyrone Manager

Ulster , Ireland - 28 May 2017; Tyrone manager Mickey Harte during the Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship Quarter-Final match between Derry and Tyrone at Celtic Park in Derry. (Photo By Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

Mickey Harte is to stay on as Tyrone boss for the next three years it has been revealed on Tuesday night.  The Errigal Ciarán club man will now stay on after speculation around his future at the helm following Tyrone’s exit from this year’s championship. Big vote of confidence. Mickey Harte will continue to manage Tyrone for next 3 years. Big statement. pic.twitter.com/vGIObE1euT …

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Sean Cavanagh Officially Announces Tyrone Retirement

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 27/8/2017 Dublin vs Tyrone Tyrone's Sean Cavanagh dejected after the game

After 16 seasons, Tyrone captain Sean Cavanagh has announced his retirement from inter-county football. The 34-year-old took to Twitter soon after the Red Hand’s All Ireland SFC semi-final defeat to Dublin in Croke Park to confirm the news, reflecting on his “incredible journey” and thanking the GAA for all they have done for him. My incredible journey ends. Blessed to …

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Peter Harte Puts Emphasis On Tyrone’s Attacking Play

Peter Harte is regarded as Tyrone’s main man to many GAA followers. Despite wearing number seven, Harte is seen as the fulcrum of the Red Hand attack. They are a side that has often been criticised for their defensive mindset but their attacking play has most definitely moved on another level in 2017. So far this season, Tyrone have amassed …

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A Win On Sunday Would Be Mickey Harte’s Greatest Achievement

When Mickey Harte became manager of the Tyrone minor football team in 1991, no-one could have anticipated the journey ahead. Twenty-six years later he is now into his 15th season in charge of the Red Hand county. And only another seventy minutes stand between his side and the fourth All-Ireland final appearance of his tenure. At each of his managerial …

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Mickey Harte Names Tyrone Team To Face Dublin In Sunday’s Semi-Final

Tyrone have named their starting fifteen for this Sunday’s All Ireland Senior Football Championship semi-final against Dublin at Croke Park. In all, manager Mickey Harte makes just one change from the comprehensive 3-17 to 0-8 win against Armagh in the quarter-final earlier this month with David Mulgrew, who gave a fine performance from the bench in that match, coming in from …

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Why Tyrone Can End Dublin’s Unbeaten Run

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 5/8/2017 Tyrone vs Armagh Tyrone manager Mickey Harte speaks to his team after the game Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Dublin have lost one championship game in the last four seasons. In fact, that can be stretched to the Boys in Blue losing two championship games in the last six seasons and they are currently undefeated in the 2017 championship. Of the last nine national titles that have been on offer at senior level, Dublin have won seven of them. …

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Jim McGuinness Spots A Weakness In Dublin Tactics That Tyrone Could Exploit

Former Donegal manager Jim McGuinness has had his say ahead of the highly-anticipated clash of Dublin and Tyrone on August 27. Writing for the Irish Times, McGuinness looked at how important it is that Tyrone give themselves the opportunity to compete while also outlining the necessary components when it comes to masterminding a victory over Dublin. McGuinness picked out what …

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