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Tyrone Vs Monaghan Final

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Tyrone will be a force in next 2/3 years in transition at moment

Dellboypolecat (Tyrone) - Posts: 15069 - 31/07/2021 23:02:19    2366269

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Gutted but can't really complain. Tyrone just about deserved it. The first half didn't really feel like an ulster final. We seemed over coached or something there was no intensity to our game and tyrone could been further ahead at half Time. Second half we were excellent in 3rd quarter however turning point was tyrone shuffling out mccarthy trying to go through for goal. Tyrone settled after that got back into 3 pt lead and despite beggans efforts along with Boyle and Duffy points never really looked like getting level. Poor decision making at vital times cost us and to be fair tyrone defending similar to 2018 won it for them totally closed out our inside line. They had just that wee bit more composure and got their scores a little easier and vitally for them were never behind. It's a familiar tale whenever we play them.

seanie08 (Monaghan) - Posts: 1694 - 31/07/2021 23:28:36    2366273

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Replying To dickie10:  "hopefully kerry hammer tyrone in semi final"
Good to see you living up to your name.... Kerry won't like facing Tyrone, this Kerry team haven't got over the line to an all Ireland yet, until they do they are overhyped, this year may be the year they do it, but it's hard to look past dubs

totalrecall (Leitrim) - Posts: 674 - 01/08/2021 01:16:21    2366292

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That great Monaghan team of the mid 1980,s overcame Tyrone in two bruising encounters 1985 nfl semi final reply and 1988 Ulster final and they also stole 1985 ulster semi final against Armagh after a replay. They just had that little extra then. Tyrone have come out on the right side over the last few years because they have a better panel of players. The first half of the 2019 all Ireland semifinal would be a great encouragement to Tyrone moving forward. They give Kerry plenty of problems.

Byanthon (Tyrone) - Posts: 1730 - 01/08/2021 08:24:36    2366302

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Replying To dickie10:  "hopefully kerry hammer tyrone in semi final"
As I said before , your name suits you.

Saynothing (Tyrone) - Posts: 1395 - 01/08/2021 09:25:08    2366306

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Replying To seanie08:  "Gutted but can't really complain. Tyrone just about deserved it. The first half didn't really feel like an ulster final. We seemed over coached or something there was no intensity to our game and tyrone could been further ahead at half Time. Second half we were excellent in 3rd quarter however turning point was tyrone shuffling out mccarthy trying to go through for goal. Tyrone settled after that got back into 3 pt lead and despite beggans efforts along with Boyle and Duffy points never really looked like getting level. Poor decision making at vital times cost us and to be fair tyrone defending similar to 2018 won it for them totally closed out our inside line. They had just that wee bit more composure and got their scores a little easier and vitally for them were never behind. It's a familiar tale whenever we play them."
Sums up the game well, I was half looking forward to an extra 20 minutes.

Saynothing (Tyrone) - Posts: 1395 - 01/08/2021 09:27:55    2366307

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Replying To dickie10:  "hopefully kerry hammer tyrone in semi final"
Your obviously not a supporter of Ulster football. Well that was a great football match by two very good teams. Whoever wins in Ulster always gets my support as they progress.

border Gael (Monaghan) - Posts: 869 - 01/08/2021 10:32:46    2366317

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I don't think it was a great game quality wise., but exciting finish. A few good individual performance from McCurry,McCarron, Mattie Donnelly..but a lot of poor handling and shooting too.
Tyrone a bit more composed

FoolsGold (Cavan) - Posts: 2582 - 01/08/2021 11:20:54    2366335

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good game, really enjoyed it, had 50e on monaghan, they have good forwards but it was the scores they missed cost them

Stmunnsriver (Wexford) - Posts: 2470 - 01/08/2021 11:36:23    2366340

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Replying To FoolsGold:  "I don't think it was a great game quality wise., but exciting finish. A few good individual performance from McCurry,McCarron, Mattie Donnelly..but a lot of poor handling and shooting too.
Tyrone a bit more composed"
Begrudgery alive and well.

essmac (Tyrone) - Posts: 1141 - 01/08/2021 11:49:42    2366343

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Replying To border Gael:  "Where was Fergal Logan today? Dooher more than capable of handling any threat situation."
Out with covid as were a few players

essmac (Tyrone) - Posts: 1141 - 01/08/2021 11:54:35    2366346

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Replying To border Gael:  "Your obviously not a supporter of Ulster football. Well that was a great football match by two very good teams. Whoever wins in Ulster always gets my support as they progress."
Correct. Had Monaghan won yesterday, and they easily could have, I'd have been shouting for Monaghan til I was hoarse. I have always supported every Ulster team once out of Ulster. Whatever happens in Ulster stays in Ulster! Incidentally, a poster spoke about Beggan's "antics" , that's nonsense, both goalies contributed on the field yesterday, and are well capable (with a fly goalie). Beggan is top class. V interesting development and increasingly could be a feature of the game.

essmac (Tyrone) - Posts: 1141 - 01/08/2021 12:03:12    2366352

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Well done Tyrone and I will defiantly be cheering you on in the Semi final and hopefully final.
we made a great comeback but could not get our noses in front. Tyrone deserved there win especially with the few key lads you were missing.
Best of luck in the semi final lads.

farneygael (Monaghan) - Posts: 206 - 01/08/2021 13:20:24    2366384

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Replying To essmac:  "Begrudgery alive and well."
As if. It wasn't a top class game,it was exiting in parts.

FoolsGold (Cavan) - Posts: 2582 - 01/08/2021 13:31:13    2366390

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Replying To essmac:  "Correct. Had Monaghan won yesterday, and they easily could have, I'd have been shouting for Monaghan til I was hoarse. I have always supported every Ulster team once out of Ulster. Whatever happens in Ulster stays in Ulster! Incidentally, a poster spoke about Beggan's "antics" , that's nonsense, both goalies contributed on the field yesterday, and are well capable (with a fly goalie). Beggan is top class. V interesting development and increasingly could be a feature of the game."
Nonsense! Morgan got embarrassed by Kerry in the League humiliation and when a keeper gets badly caught out in a Championship game then coaches will put a stop to nonsensical 'fly' keepers.

sam2008 (Tyrone) - Posts: 794 - 01/08/2021 14:16:46    2366415

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Will McManus hang up the boots now? He seems to get a head injury every game it may be time to pack it it in head injuries are a big talking point in other sports at the moment and the long term health effects.

RHF (Cavan) - Posts: 774 - 02/08/2021 09:03:01    2366737

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Replying To RHF:  "Will McManus hang up the boots now? He seems to get a head injury every game it may be time to pack it it in head injuries are a big talking point in other sports at the moment and the long term health effects."
There will be at least 3 or 4 to go from the Monaghan panel but McManus will not be one of them.
One more year with no league games and that will be it.

Eddie the Exile (Monaghan) - Posts: 910 - 02/08/2021 09:45:13    2366745

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Replying To RHF:  "Will McManus hang up the boots now? He seems to get a head injury every game it may be time to pack it it in head injuries are a big talking point in other sports at the moment and the long term health effects."
he doesn't really, he gets fouled and holds his head. He did it against Armagh & Tyrone. Some call it "buying a free" others call it cheating.

He will be fine for next year. And good luck to him.

The_Fridge (Tyrone) - Posts: 2033 - 02/08/2021 10:43:09    2366770

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Replying To RHF:  "Will McManus hang up the boots now? He seems to get a head injury every game it may be time to pack it it in head injuries are a big talking point in other sports at the moment and the long term health effects."
Lol I had a laugh at that. But you are spot on he constantly goes down holding his head when tackled. I counted 4 monaghan players all hit on the arm or chest but went down holding their heads. Never called out on any of the analysis.

TYE08 (Tyrone) - Posts: 93 - 02/08/2021 13:37:17    2366859

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Replying To TYE08:  "Lol I had a laugh at that. But you are spot on he constantly goes down holding his head when tackled. I counted 4 monaghan players all hit on the arm or chest but went down holding their heads. Never called out on any of the analysis."
Lol I had a laugh at that. But you are spot on he constantly goes down holding his head when tackled. I counted 4 monaghan players all hit on the arm or chest but went down holding their heads. Never called out on any of the analysis.
TYE08 (Tyrone) - Posts: 39 - 02/08/2021 13:37:17

He is at it every game its a wonder he has a head on his shoulders.

RHF (Cavan) - Posts: 774 - 02/08/2021 17:59:48    2366960

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