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  • Jim McGuinness and Rory Kavanagh aren't on same page when recalling Donegal's story - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    years in McGuinness autobiography and that of Rory Kavanag An example is how McGuinness pictured the squad training together His book says Watching the boys eating up sprints and ball drills and seeing the light in their eyes Seeing how pure and liberating it is for them to be performing and moving like this Almost addicted to it Kavanagh remembers it in simpler terms rather less pure and liberating His book says In small four sided games we learned to thump one another like we intended to thump our opponents the next Sunday THUMP HIM THUMP YOU VE GOT TO F ING THUMP HIM Some nights that is all I heard and driving home from training the same orders would be whirling around in my brain Another example is the treatment and eventual departure of Mark McHugh from the panel in 2014 McGuinness recalled Mark McHugh wasn t with us now He decided in May that he wasn t enjoying the game and was spending the summer in the States Kavanagh s take speaks for itself He said Mark had not started the league final against Monaghan He was clearly not very happy and one evening in Castlefin McGuinness had reared up on him in front of us all over a newspaper interview It was never nice to be on the receiving end They even differ on how a manager should speak to players McGuinness said We were all lucky to have had people who put time into us when we were kids but the idea of how to coach was different then Growing up we would have heard it harsh Don t do this F sake Pass it No No No We didn t operate like that Kavanagh s take reads McGuinness was not looking for me to reply to his question at half time It was not a conversation I told you what to do and you haven t f done it have you HAVE YOU He was mad as hell The trouble is that McGuinness is telling his truth but as he saw it Others are inclined to take different things when they are looking at the same events He never spotted the Invisible Gorilla Follow BelTel Sport Related Content Small clubs can stand tall How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/jim-mcguinness-and-rory-kavanagh-arent-on-same-page-when-recalling-donegals-story-34167756.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Small clubs can stand tall - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    for Coa was and still is is that their players also happen to be accomplished soccer players and hurlers They had to spread their talents and there never seemed to be much coming through As a result men played well into their 40s to field a team The club constantly seemed to be in grave danger of folding One clubman Dermot McCann spent his Saturdays loading waifs and strays into his Austin Maestro in order to fulfil underage fixtures I have played against Coa players wearing runners running spikes and on one occasion Doctor Marten boots But this Sunday the footballers of Coa and Glasdrumman and others just like them get their moment in the sun their chance to unite a county Something special occurs during these months of winter football Most people feel that the GAA season winds down in the autumn It becomes a time as Christy Moore describes as when we become supine on the couches of the nation hypnotised by football X Factor and Downton Abbey Step outside however and into the world of GAA at this level and you soon realise that the day is the whole show What you get are communities experiencing awakenings Big breakfasts and sponsored car washes and all sorts of fundraisers help finance these runs but also add social capital to the villages and towns of Ulster In the meantime clubs themselves recruit new members galvanised and attracted by their own success Before 2004 All Ireland Championships at Junior and Intermediate level did not exist It s a good time to remind ourselves that the establishment of these tournaments remains a triumph of the GAA one of the genuine moves that gives clubs enormous boosts of self esteem Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Down and already out but Burns must be given time By Declan Bogue Excuse us while we perform the knee jerk of all knee jerks but it s not too early to say that Down s season in both league and Championship is a write off Jamie Clarke s decision to exit Armagh benefits all concerned By Declan Bogue So that s

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/declan-bogue/small-clubs-can-stand-tall-34147584.html (2016-02-15)
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  • GAA does not need to muscle in on act - skill still key - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    how players have transmogrified into heat seeking missiles firing themselves into rucks with the intention of wreaking pain injury and withdrawal As popular as rugby has become those findings become the elephant in the room when it comes to increasing participation levels Although it enjoys the largest viewing figures converting that into parents willing to allow their children to take up the game is another matter During the winter months you can pop along to any leisure centre gym and you will not be long spotting the groups of young lads at the squat racks and bench presses going through a routine they watched on YouTube The idea that as a youngster you need to bulk up during the winter before toning up for the following summer is one of common currency in the world of Gaelic football and hurling The GAA has never been short on expertise in any field It may be of utmost importance that they should develop a network of strength and conditioning coaches that can tutor and mentor figures at every club how to approach this area of preparation Because Gaelic football requires a lithe breed of footballer Not wrecking balls Follow BelTel Sport Related Content Trillick deliver knockout blow to land a senior title Players have found their voice and are speaking out against their managers Tyrone s costs sound very high but so are their rivals How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Down and already out but Burns must be given time By Declan Bogue Excuse us while we perform the knee jerk of all knee jerks but it s not too early to say that Down s season in both league and Championship is a write off Jamie Clarke s decision to exit Armagh benefits all concerned By Declan Bogue So that s Rory O Carroll away for a year And Offaly s Brian Carroll has retired And Martin Dunne is unwilling to commit to Cavan Getting fit for a purpose By Declan Bogue Word reaches us this week of one company whose team are commencing strength and conditioning training for the Ulster Inter firms Gaelic football competition in the New

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/declan-bogue/gaa-does-not-need-to-muscle-in-on-act-skill-still-key-34126647.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Trillick deliver knockout blow to land a senior title - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    his father Liam captaining the last team that won in 1986 Mattie s Twitter handle is mattydonn86 by way of coincidence And those Trillick players not so decorated He had words for them too We all know of the generations of Trillick men who didn t get here Well we grew up watching these boys play for Trillick You showed us what it meant to play for Trillick This cup is for youse as well Mattie s brother Richie waited until all the players had raised the cup before taking it down the steps His father Liam was waiting for him at the bottom After an embrace the father turned away with tears blinding him Earlier this year Mattie and Richie were training at The Edge gym in Augher with proprietor Pauric Grimes This reporter popped in one day coinciding with one of their sessions The training regime was nothing short of grisly and gruesome So impressed was Grimes with their attitude and application that he put 20 on Trillick to win the Championship at 25 1 On Monday he cashed that slip in Would such audacity occur with a backdoor or group system in a Championship Difficult to say But hardly Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Down and already out but Burns must be given time By Declan Bogue Excuse us while we perform the knee jerk of all knee jerks but it s not too early to say that Down s season in both league and Championship is a write off Jamie Clarke s decision to exit Armagh benefits all concerned By Declan Bogue So that s Rory O Carroll away for a year And Offaly s Brian Carroll has retired And Martin Dunne is unwilling to commit to Cavan Getting fit for a purpose By Declan Bogue Word reaches us this week of one company whose team are commencing strength and conditioning training for the Ulster Inter firms Gaelic football competition in the New Year A time for teams to gel but not on your hair or in disco trousers By Declan Bogue You are fresh out of the minor set up

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/declan-bogue/trillick-deliver-knockout-blow-to-land-a-senior-title-31607373.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Players have found their voice and are speaking out against their managers - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Joe Kernan took over and won Sam Maguire in his first year It is safe to say that more and more inter county players now go on to third level education than ever before given the range of courses and opportunities available to talented footballers and hurlers At university they are exposed to lecturers and fellows who communicate professionally and soak up the wisdom of cutting edge coaches at third level That experience along with the demands of the modern day game on their lifestyle gives county players a certain integrity Finally as uncomfortable as it is for many who treasure the amateur ethos in this game money matters During the strikes in Cork and Limerick hurling when management dug in and effectively fielded a second string performances dipped drastically Mayo are 10million in debt after the redevelopment of McHale Park with the repayments restructured last February from 50 000 a month to 33 000 In short they need the crowds to continue coming to Castlebar This is the point where bottom line economics meets bottom line ambitions Anything else is just delusion Follow BelTel Sport Related Content Kilcoo boss Paul McIver can see quality emerging in Down How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More St Pat s and St Ronan s book spots in MacRory Cup semi finals By Staff Reporter Only two of the scheduled Danske Bank MacRory Cup quarter finals took place over the weekend and there were wins for St Pat s Maghera and St Ronan s Lurgan over Omagh CBS and St Colman s respectively Rueful Crossmaglen Rangers are no longer the kings of the Castle By Declan Bogue Five points up with only 20 minutes played of this All Ireland club semi final Crossmaglen Rangers can have no complaints about throwing this game away Tyrone show promise but fall to Cork By Staff Reporter There were differing St Valentine Day fortunes for Ulster ladies teams in the round three LIDL National League exchanges Down made to dig deep by rugged Armagh By Staff Reporter Down just managed to hold off the feisty challenge of Armagh to capture an early brace of points in Division

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/players-have-found-their-voice-and-are-speaking-out-against-their-managers-31589133.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Tyrone's costs sound very high but so are their rivals - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    revenue streams Sponsorship brought in 260 903 in 2013 increasing to 282 050 the following season But this is merely one wing of the GAA in Tyrone You have to also factor in coaching and games development with all the materials and salaries that requires administration upkeep of premises and dozens of other necessary expenses Another Ulster county who have big ambitions but work off a very modest backroom team have a monthly expenditure of around 20 000 to keep their panel and backroom team in food and diesel It s almost identical to the Tyrone bill To you and I and all the rest of the mortgage prisoners that sounds like a lot of money But it is actually one of the lower bills to prepare an inter county football team during the season This week the media met with new Derry boss Damian Barton He mentioned that he was looking forward to getting down to the football element of the job as that might be the easiest part The race to win honours costs a lot of money That element alone might account for him admitting to waking at half four the other night Who would want a job like that as their pastime Follow BelTel Sport Related Content Conor Carson on the trail of his father s title haul after Cushendall hurling title win Jarlath Burns Gaa can reach out to Protestants How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More St Pat s and St Ronan s book spots in MacRory Cup semi finals By Staff Reporter Only two of the scheduled Danske Bank MacRory Cup quarter finals took place over the weekend and there were wins for St Pat s Maghera and St Ronan s Lurgan over Omagh CBS and St Colman s respectively Rueful Crossmaglen Rangers are no longer the kings of the Castle By Declan Bogue Five points up with only 20 minutes played of this All Ireland club semi final Crossmaglen Rangers can have no complaints about throwing this game away Tyrone show promise but fall to Cork By Staff Reporter There were differing St Valentine Day fortunes for Ulster ladies teams in the

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/tyrones-costs-sound-very-high-but-so-are-their-rivals-31568993.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Fair play is forgotten and Diarmuid Connolly dismissal case stinks - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    on Saturday Dublin boss Jim Gavin said about the case when quizzed after the replay win We engaged with the process We respect it and that s what we did so I can t say any more Asked if he felt Connolly was wrongly sent off he answered No we just engaged with the process it s there for us it s there for any team to use We took advice from the administrators of the Dublin County Board and they supported us all the way Of course Dublin will feel the ends justified the means But they pursued an avenue not of seeking justice for a player wronged but to merely exploit any possible loophole In the end the DRA rejected all his 11 claims but they gave him an out nonetheless They outline their reasons in the report You can read them if you want Perhaps not on a full stomach On the morning of the All Ireland final the great David Hickey former Dublin player transplant surgeon Cubaphile and currently the Dublin team doctor told the story of becoming a selector under Pat Gilroy in 2009 in an incredible interview They worked and worked and a lot of guys left but he ended up with a core of fellas that bought into it It was Corinthian in the maximum sense you strive you re honest you don t cheat and you congratulate the other guy if he beats you he said Fine words But there is nothing Corinthian in this sordid embarrassment for the GAA When the emphasis of words becomes more important than upholding values of fair play then a moral compass has gone astray Follow BelTel Sport Related Content Barton lands job of bringing glory days back to Derry Players need to realise that it s always good to talk All Ireland final Dublin defender Philly McMahon denies gouging claims Cushendall victory over Loughgiel has proved our quality says Shane McNaughton How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More St Pat s and St Ronan s book spots in MacRory Cup semi finals new By Staff Reporter Only two of the scheduled Danske Bank MacRory Cup

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/fair-play-is-forgotten-and-diarmuid-connolly-dismissal-case-stinks-31550850.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Players need to realise that it's always good to talk - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Ireland winning manager When there was a pause he used it to wrap things up Most of the media coverage afterwards led off with how injury stricken substitute Jackie Tyrrell inspired his team mates with a rousing half time speech We only found that out because the question was asked and even at that Cody played it down It feels like a lifetime since the Brians Dooher and McGuigan sat either side of Mickey Harte Sam Maguire in front of them telling yarns of how they won the All Ireland in 2008 faces beaming still in their kit enjoying the moment Right now as the season bursts into incandescent flame it s not being captured or adequately discussed by the proponents The time has come for the GAA to introduce a mixed zone Because something is always better than nothing and as it happens the Ireland rugby players and their media officer couldn t have been more pleasant to deal with in Rome Recently former Armagh ace Tony McEntee made the point that he was watching a game and he stopped caring because the players to him were all faceless characters In an era where there has never been more GAA coverage we ve never known less about the figures that play the sport And everybody misses out Not just reporters Follow BelTel Sport Related Content Former Derry boss McIver is relishing new challenge Talisman Quigley Pete McGrath can take us even further Harte will stay but changes on way St Gall s will be back McGourty GAA referees incensed at overturning of red card Dubs roar back for final bid How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Down and already out but Burns must be given time By Declan Bogue Excuse us while we perform the knee jerk of all knee jerks but it s not too early to say that Down s season in both league and Championship is a write off Jamie Clarke s decision to exit Armagh benefits all concerned By Declan Bogue So that s Rory O Carroll away for a year And Offaly s Brian Carroll has retired And Martin Dunne is unwilling to

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/declan-bogue/players-need-to-realise-that-its-always-good-to-talk-31511986.html (2016-02-15)
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