Three-time coach Mickey Hart ends his 18-year reign as Tyrone’s manager, heralding the end of an era of Gaelic football in the county.
The GAA’s longest serving Inter-District Football Manager has informed his team members that he will step down.
It turns out that the county council rejected his request for a one-year extension.
Hart is the most successful Red Hand County manager of all time, having led Tyrone to win only three titles across Ireland in 2003, 2005 and 2008..
His last three-year term ended in defeat for Ulster SFC in the quarter-finals to Donegal earlier this month.
One possibility was that the Errigal Ciaran Club member would apply for a three-year term, which would have included an interview for the position, but chose not to..
For the first time, other interested parties appear ready to take over the position, with former Tyrone player and 2015 All-Ireland Under-21 Award winning manager Feargal Logan being considered the preferred candidate for the position.
The county council will now call for nominations from clubs for the position of first director, ahead of the annual conference next month.
Hart led the Red Hands to three Irish titles and six Ulster titles, but the Sam Maguire Cup has eluded him since his last win in 2008.
Middlesbrough midfielder George Saville will not play in Northern Ireland’s remaining Nations League matches for personal reasons.
Donegal prepares to meet Armagh after a decade of meeting between the two sides that will shape the next ten years of football in Ulster.
Former Northern Ireland winger Keith Gillespie feels Ian Baraklov’s side are ready for a « difficult few years » after the Euro 2020 play-off defeat to Slovakia on Thursday. .
Mickey Hart, Tyrone GAA, Director of Gaelic Games, All-Ireland Senior Soccer Championship, County Tyrone, Gaelic Football, Gaelic Athletic Association
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