(Oldest Posts First)
Are we all in agreement that will will have a good league and wont be beaten in Ulster for the foreseeable future?
What do you think?
ulster83 (Tyrone) - Posts: 114 - 24/01/2017 10:43:29 1948352Link 0
With regards to the league there are some things in Tyrone's favour. These include 4 home games, the fact Mickey takes the league seriously and the possibility that Dublin, Kerry and Mayo may not be up to full speed at the start. The Ulster Championship as usual is a big ask. The last time I heard people saying Tyrone would dominate Ulster for quite a while was at the start of 2002 season when Armagh put us out in the first round. Derry away could be anything but if Tyrone win Ulster then they will have had three tough games which should bring them on for the later rounds of the All-Ireland. Tyrone's position at the moment is probably the best of the rest after Dublin, Kerry and Mayo.
Byanthon (Tyrone) - Posts: 1641 - 24/01/2017 12:18:56 1948377Link 0
Would have to agree with most of your last statement however I think we are on a par with Mayo
redbomb (Tyrone) - Posts: 165 - 25/01/2017 13:40:06 1948699Link 0
I see tyrone as potential all ireland winners - the following team could provide just whats required!
hurlingexpert (Clare) - Posts: 1859 - 14/02/2017 14:06:44 1956660Link 0
Agree with most of your selection, i would just make two changes and swap Brennan for McNabb and Mickey O'Neill in for Niall Morgan. McNabb offers more pace and power running forward from half back i believe.
Also be interesting to maybe move McNamee to corner back, move McMahon to full back and have Brennan in instead of McCrory at CHB. Would leave us with a very strong full back line both defensively and offers more going forward.
Just a thought.
TakeyourPoint. (Tyrone) - Posts: 124 - 16/02/2017 14:35:37 1957447Link 0
cjx (Tyrone) - Posts: 270 - 18/02/2017 00:18:38 1957853Link 0
IrishGael3 (USA) - Posts: 1084 - 21/02/2017 10:12:02 1959028Link 0