This will be the second time in four years that the 68-year-old’s extension application has been denied.
There is growing speculation in Tyrone this evening that Mickey Hart received an application to remain as manager that was rejected by the County Board.
Hart’s last three-year term ended last Sunday when his team lost to Donegal in the Ulster quarter-finals. This came a week after Tyrone secured their Division 1 status.
This will be the second time in four years that the 68-year-old man’s extension application has been rejected.
In September 2016, in the middle of a two-year period and after winning the Ulster title in six years, the CEO said no to his proposal for an additional year however, he secured an intense deal 12 months later
The three-time winning coach across Ireland is the longest-serving coach in inter-county football after taking charge of the first team in November 2002
Since then, he has led Tyrone to the All-Irelands in 2003, ’05 and ’08, six titles for Jackets and two Division I titles. Tyrone also finished second place once in All-Ireland (2018), Division 1 (’13) ) And Ulster (’05)
Several former and current players such as Joe McMahon and Frank Burns have argued that Hart should decide his future for himself.
Last month, Hart’s colleague, Erigal Kiaran, demanded Enda McGinley to treat his future with respect
« Talk to Mickey and say: » We feel like you are the best man, but if that doesn’t work we want to make a second plan and then maybe in a year, we move on It was done on a friendly basis, it was done well
« What we don’t want is Mickey leaving in controversial circumstances. I don’t think you’ll get the best managers to get their hands on in this situation and that would be detrimental to the boycott and it’s not the way you want Mickey Hart to leave too »
One possibility is that Harte will now apply for a three-year term, but for the first time, it appears that other interested parties are ready to go for the position.
It is likely that the provincial council will invite nominations from clubs for the position of senior manager.
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