World News – GB – Mickey Hart’s 18-year reign as Tyrone’s manager is over


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The 67-year-old confirmed his departure to Irish News, and has released the curtain on his 18 years at the helm..

He brought Errigal Ciarán’s man to Tyrone to new heights, winning his first ever title nationwide in 2003, and following him up with more Sam Maguire Cup successes in 2005 and 2008.

Although Hart failed to achieve the fourth National Crown, they remained highly competitive in the meantime, reaching number one in 2018..

His last game came with Donegal, where they lost in the quarter-finals of the Ulster Championship two weeks ago. .

Red Hands will have a responsible new voice, and there is no shortage of prominent candidates. Feargal Logan, who led the county to the U21 All-Ireland title in 2015, has worked with many of the current First Teams, and is believed to be the front runner..

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Despite the change in direction the county is taking, there is real hope for the upcoming season. The return of Conor 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.

Tyrone became the fifth county to change managers after they were knocked out of the tournament this season, alongside Sligo, Antrim, Waterford and Louth.

Watch a live double-head broadcast on Sky Sports Mix on Saturday 12th. 15pm, as Donegal play Armagh in the Ulster Football Championship, ahead of the All-Ireland Hurling Championship qualifiers between Cork and Tiberary.

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World News – GB – Mickey Hart’s 18-year reign as manager Tyrone has reached the end


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