Tyrone players and fans are waiting for a management decision

Tyrone players and fans are waiting for a management decision

Tuesday

Uncertainty revolved around the location as there was no official official communication after the meeting.

It remains to be seen whether current senior boss Mickey Hart, the longest-serving manager in inter-county football, will continue in the position he has been in charge of since 2003.

It is understood that the request for an extension of one year will not be forthcoming and that reports indicate that nominations will be accepted from county board clubs ahead of next month’s annual convention for the Tyrone manager position.

A member of the current manager setup left the WhatsApp group of Tyrone players last night, which added to the uncertainty surrounding the position.

Tyrone players and clubs are waiting for some communication from the county board who are outlining their plans.

With four management positions to consider, there has been a lot of activity behind the scenes in recent days.

The senior hurling position, along with the senior, U20 and minor football posts, will be renewed for a period of three years at the end of 2017 and will expire at the end of this season.

But all attention to the senior football role evaluates his future with one of the most successful managers in the history of the game.

Harte, whose three-year term ended after being re-appointed in 2017, has nothing to say about his future following the recent exit of the championship to Donegal. “I have not considered anything about it now,” he said.

This week’s meeting of the Kandy Board of Management and consultation with various parties awaits the supporters of the development in Kandy for the next developments.

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Hart Tyrone has been in charge of the team since their first All-Ireland victory in 2003.

Mickey Hart promoted Sam Maguire in 2003

During that time, he led his team to six Ulster Senior Championship titles and three All-Irelands. This made Tyrone work successfully with underage teams.

The last All-Ireland victory was 12 years ago, however their latest All-Ireland final match at Croke Park was lost to Dublin in 2018.

Mattie Donnelly, Cathal McCain, Connor McKenna, Darag Canavan, Darren McCurry and Mark Bradley are all available for selection in 2021. There is a desire among some in the country to see what a new manager with a different approach can achieve. .

Still, there are those who have strong support for Harte, who thinks he can push them back.

For the past 10 years, Hart has not always had such a standard of attack, but instead has developed a team that specializes in counterattack with strike runners who are capable of scoring across the pitch.

The position of Matti Donnelly and Cattle McCain has been cut short by the team over the past two seasons, but Hart has been ruled out of this year’s championship with a hamstring injury and suffered a defeat to Donegal.

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