Gaelic Football News
It could be that Mickey Hart’s 18-year-old stint at the helm of the Tyrone squad may end
Mystery surrounds Hart’s future at the helm, in the aftermath of the Ulster Championship defeat to Donegal two weeks ago.
Hart’s three-year term, announced in late 2017, is now over. It is not clear whether he will ask for another year in power, or whether such a request will actually be granted
Feargal Logan, Tyrone U21 All-Ireland Winning Manager in 2015, is thought to be among the first contenders to replace Harte and former Scottstown and Kavan boss Mattie McGlinan may also be a candidate
Hart led the Red Hands to unprecedented success, winning their first nationwide title in 2003, followed by further successes at the Sam Maguire Cup in 2005 and 2008
Although Tyrone remained competitive in the meantime, winning the Ulster titles in 2009, 2010, 2016 and 2017, as well as reaching the 2018 All-Ireland Final, the biggest prize ever eluded them
Huge talent is bursting with provincial ranks The return of Connor McKenna from Australia with the rise of Dara Canavan and the rise of Kathal McShane leaves a great deal of hope for years to come
If Hart’s reign ends, that would make Claire’s coach Colm Collins the current longest-serving coach in the country.
Watch a live double-head broadcast on Sky Sports Mix on Saturday from 1215 pm, as Donegal face Armagh at the Ulster Soccer Championship, ahead of the All-Ireland Hurling Championship qualifiers between Cork and Tiberary
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