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Manager Merry Go-round - tis the time

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Replying To TotalGAA1:  "Too be fair in 2017 they got to a championship final where Carrick walk across them but they had to go to the last day to avoid dropping to junoir so in my eyes this year was a better year for them"
Yeah that's true but they came up against prob the best intermediate team in years who now looks like there going to win a senior league.
Any word is magheracloone management staying on?

stvictor (Monaghan) - Posts: 57 - 13/11/2018 05:43:11    2150886

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Alan O'Neill (ex Armagh and culloville) new Killanny Manager.
Buggy Malone has left Blayney hes taking over Ballybay.
Aughnamullen going local with , McGeough, Hamill and Hughes
Magheracloone Dudley Farrell is gone, Damian Freeman in.
David Lennon gone from Latton.

latefortraining (Monaghan) - Posts: 21 - 13/11/2018 12:05:18    2150932

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Replying To latefortraining:  "Alan O'Neill (ex Armagh and culloville) new Killanny Manager.
Buggy Malone has left Blayney hes taking over Ballybay.
Aughnamullen going local with , McGeough, Hamill and Hughes
Magheracloone Dudley Farrell is gone, Damian Freeman in.
David Lennon gone from Latton."
All lies

SuperNova_2 (Monaghan) - Posts: 30 - 13/11/2018 12:27:49    2150937

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I heard Lennon is gone and o neill is with Killanny

TotalGAA1 (Monaghan) - Posts: 15 - 13/11/2018 13:01:32    2150942

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Replying To latefortraining:  "Alan O'Neill (ex Armagh and culloville) new Killanny Manager.
Buggy Malone has left Blayney hes taking over Ballybay.
Aughnamullen going local with , McGeough, Hamill and Hughes
Magheracloone Dudley Farrell is gone, Damian Freeman in.
David Lennon gone from Latton."
Buggy staying on, was the talk after the hurling game Sunday

stvictor (Monaghan) - Posts: 35 - 13/11/2018 13:53:19    2150952

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Replying To JohnnyCowMan:  "Buggy staying on, was the talk after the hurling game Sunday"
Buggy has left Blayney officially

HB245 (Monaghan) - Posts: 54 - 13/11/2018 18:40:32    2150997

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Replying To SuperNova_2:  "All lies"
you were saying ?

latefortraining (Monaghan) - Posts: 21 - 13/11/2018 21:09:38    2151025

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Outside managers has now become the norm in relation to club football

Is it the fact that club men dont want to contribute the time voluntarily or clubs believe an outside man can get more out of teams.

Clubs must be paying out a fortune at this stage in the search for success.

The going rate for a manager in junior/intermediate would be 60 to 80 euro a night? so each club must be paying between 7 and 10 grand a year. How many outside managers was there in Monaghan last year. Thats not taking into account senior clubs who are probably paying out a lot more cash.

Managers never get paid in the gaa they say.

Thoughts

footyfan1 (Monaghan) - Posts: 37 - 14/11/2018 12:24:37    2151106

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Replying To HB245:  "Buggy has left Blayney officially"
It's a bit like when Bam Bam rejoined the Dogs D'Amour after touring with the Wildhearts.

FootblockREF (Monaghan) - Posts: 287 - 14/11/2018 18:23:21    2151154

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Replying To footyfan1:  "Outside managers has now become the norm in relation to club football

Is it the fact that club men dont want to contribute the time voluntarily or clubs believe an outside man can get more out of teams.

Clubs must be paying out a fortune at this stage in the search for success.

The going rate for a manager in junior/intermediate would be 60 to 80 euro a night? so each club must be paying between 7 and 10 grand a year. How many outside managers was there in Monaghan last year. Thats not taking into account senior clubs who are probably paying out a lot more cash.

Managers never get paid in the gaa they say.

Thoughts"
Managers deserve what they get. The prep work that goes in to each training session and game is emence. You have to consume a lot of your days in advance - not just the 60-90minutes you spend on the pitch.

GerryD (Monaghan) - Posts: 286 - 14/11/2018 23:14:54    2151176

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Replying To GerryD:  "Managers deserve what they get. The prep work that goes in to each training session and game is emence. You have to consume a lot of your days in advance - not just the 60-90minutes you spend on the pitch."
Totally agree, it's not just about shouting in the dressing room and picking 15, most clubs have a club man somewhere within the setup anyway, and from what you hear from players, good training sessions and management is a vital key to success no matter what team you have

stvictor (Monaghan) - Posts: 35 - 15/11/2018 12:02:18    2151210

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Any word who's over Blackhill.

stvictor (Monaghan) - Posts: 57 - 19/11/2018 16:01:57    2151664

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Replying To latefortraining:  "Alan O'Neill (ex Armagh and culloville) new Killanny Manager.
Buggy Malone has left Blayney hes taking over Ballybay.
Aughnamullen going local with , McGeough, Hamill and Hughes
Magheracloone Dudley Farrell is gone, Damian Freeman in.
David Lennon gone from Latton."
Junoir : Eire og blackhill oram

Intermediate: Sean's corduff toome donaghmoyne aughnamullen Cremartin monaghan harps

Senior: maybe latton Currin

From what I heard all theses teams are searching for managers intermediate seems too have a good clean out

TotalGAA1 (Monaghan) - Posts: 15 - 21/11/2018 11:43:32    2151969

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Replying To TotalGAA1:  "Junoir : Eire og blackhill oram

Intermediate: Sean's corduff toome donaghmoyne aughnamullen Cremartin monaghan harps

Senior: maybe latton Currin

From what I heard all theses teams are searching for managers intermediate seems too have a good clean out"
Magheracloone - James Kiernan s in
Damien Freeman pulled out

MONAGHAN1985 (Monaghan) - Posts: 55 - 21/11/2018 14:20:20    2152005

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Replying To TotalGAA1:  "Junoir : Eire og blackhill oram

Intermediate: Sean's corduff toome donaghmoyne aughnamullen Cremartin monaghan harps

Senior: maybe latton Currin

From what I heard all theses teams are searching for managers intermediate seems too have a good clean out"
Eamon Mc eneaney favourite for the Blayney Job

farneyexile_1971 (UK) - Posts: 26 - 21/11/2018 14:26:09    2152007

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Replying To farneyexile_1971:  "Eamon Mc eneaney favourite for the Blayney Job"
I hear Colm Donnelly has the blayney job.

CB1989 (Monaghan) - Posts: 13 - 22/11/2018 11:38:34    2152091

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