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Mulligan: County Teams Should Learn From Barcelona’s Cynicism

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Owen Mulligan has weighed in on the debate surrounding the controversial red card David Clifford received in Kerry’s Allianz Football League loss to Tyrone last weekend. The Kerry captain was given his marching orders by referee Fergal Kelly after being hauled to the ground by Tyrone substitute Ben McDonnell. The incident was caught on camera, sparking outrage across the country. …

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Peter Harte Cleared To Play In Super 8s Clash With Roscommon

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Peter Harte has been cleared to play in Tyrone’s opening Super 8s game against Roscommon on Saturday after having one of his black card offences overturned. Harte has been the topic of much discussion after receiving three black cards in this season’s Championship, with his dismissal the last day out against Cavan meaning that he must serve a one-match suspension. …

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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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Tyrone Can Show Their All-Ireland Credentials Against Armagh

Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship Semi-Final, Clones, Co. Monaghan 18/6/2017 Tyrone vs Donegal Tyrone's manager Mickey Harte speaks to his team

In 2016, Tyrone won their first Ulster title in six years with late points from Peter Harte and Kieran McGeary sealing the 0-13 to 0-11 victory over Donegal in the provincial final. A quarter-final against Mayo followed and a flat Red Hand performance saw the Connacht side advance to the All-Ireland semi-final. With captain, Sean Cavanagh, off the pitch after receiving …

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National Football League: Team Of The Season So Far

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With promotion and relegation settled after some great football, all that remains in question is to whom the silverware is awarded. The respective divisional finals will be played between, Dublin and Kerry, Kildare and Galway, Louth and Tipperary and Westmeath and Wexford. This spring saw all but the bottom division go right down to the wire in terms of promotion …

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Individual Magic and Instinct Can Kill Any System

System has been the most used word in GAA circles this summer. From defensive systems to sweeper systems, the championships have been marred by over-analysis and almost robotic methods of play. However, on Sunday, Sean Cavanagh and Peter Harte of Tyrone demonstrated that personal pieces of magic can defeat any so-called system. Obviously, it took Tyrone a massive collective effort to come from …

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Five Reasons Why The Ulster Football Final Was Such A Disappointment

Donegal's Colm McFadden dejected Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan

‘The home of Sexy Football’ was how we described Ulster Football on our weekly podcasts over the last few weeks. We talked up yesterday’s Ulster final as ‘The Game Of The Summer So Far?’ and described our reasons for justified optimism. But that optimism soon changed to pessimism. Listening to Bernard Flynn on RTÉ radio after the game, one could …

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PA Gaelic Football Power Rankings: No. 25 – 15

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Following the hurling selection a few weeks back, the GAA people at Pundit Arena decided to put together a selection of the top 25 footballers in Ireland.    The PA Hurling Power Rankings were heavily criticised on social media, not that it bothered us in any way. A team winning an All-Ireland can often be a collective effort as opposed to individual …

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