Articles tagged with: Eamonn McEneaney

RACE TO FIND NEW MONAGHAN COUNTY TEAM MANAGER IS UP AND RUNNING

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24 Aug 2012 Comments Off on RACE TO FIND NEW MONAGHAN COUNTY TEAM MANAGER IS UP AND RUNNING
RACE TO FIND NEW MONAGHAN COUNTY TEAM MANAGER IS UP AND RUNNING

In the wake of Eamonn McEneaney’s resignation Monaghan football is on the hunt for a new manager. by KEVIN CARNEY. The business of recruiting a man to become the public face of Monaghan football in 2013 was kick-started in earnest on Monday night last when the county committee met to rubber stamp the setting up of a four-man selection committee. The identity of the quartet charged with expediting the process of finding a successor to erstwhile county boss Eamonn McEneaney has been formally revealed and comes in the wake of the ...

“HUNGER AND DESIRE” HELPS MANAGER MCENEANEY PLOT A DOWNFALL

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22 Jun 2012 Comments Off on “HUNGER AND DESIRE” HELPS MANAGER MCENEANEY PLOT A DOWNFALL
“HUNGER AND DESIRE” HELPS MANAGER MCENEANEY PLOT A DOWNFALL

Monaghan manager Eamonn McEneaney is confident that if Monaghan produces the football they are capable of they can advance to the Ulster Final. by JOHN GRAHAM Preparations have gone well and a number of injury worries have cleared up, all of which strengthens Eamonn McEneaney’s hand as he approaches Sunday’s Ulster Semi Final but he agreed immediately that Down would be a totally different proposition than Antrim and that Monaghan would have to step up their performance. “This is an Ulster semi-final and we will have to step up our performance ...

MONAGHAN SUFFER DEFEAT TO DERRY IN CHAMPIONSHIP

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30 Mar 2012 Comments Off on MONAGHAN SUFFER DEFEAT TO DERRY IN CHAMPIONSHIP
MONAGHAN SUFFER   DEFEAT TO DERRY IN CHAMPIONSHIP

DERRY 3-12 MONAGHAN 1-03 by JOHN GRAHAM MONAGHAN crashed out of the Cadbury’s Under-21 Football Championship at Celtic Park last Wednesday and Oriel Boss Eamonn McEneaney was,understandably, very disappointed. “When you lose by that amount it’s disappointing and very disheartening for all concerned because we had put in a lot of work and especially when you win midfield 21 to 11- those were the statistics there- but against that we gave the ball away 33 times, so that was poor. “Our preparations I have to say were very good and things looked good. ...

FREEMAN’S RETURN JUST THE TICKET AHEAD OF ROLLERCOASTER JOURNEY

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2 Mar 2012 Comments Off on FREEMAN’S RETURN JUST THE TICKET AHEAD OF ROLLERCOASTER JOURNEY
FREEMAN’S RETURN JUST THE TICKET AHEAD OF ROLLERCOASTER JOURNEY

KEVIN CARNEY writes for the standard. Ulster – the most testing and unnerving province. One thing’s sure, as Football gets a spring in its step, if Eamonn McEneaney manages to steer Monaghan to provincial glory this year, it’ll be the ultimate vindication of county board’s trust in one of their own. McEneaney has been there, done that and worn the jersey and is regarded by the powerbrokers of football locally as a safe pair of hands, hence his appointment to succeed another native, Seamus McEnaney. The ‘blayney man was cool, calm and collected ...

THE MONAGHAN THAT EAMONN IS BUILDING…

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8 Jul 2011 Comments Off on THE MONAGHAN THAT EAMONN IS BUILDING…
THE MONAGHAN THAT EAMONN IS BUILDING…

2011 was an annus horribilus for Monaghan senior footballers but team-manager Eamonn McEneaney is confident that next year will see a more resourceful,stronger squad in place, writes KEVIN CARNEY Senior county football manager Eamonn McEneaney is optimistic that he will have the bulk of the 12 players he was missing last time out when the new season kicks in next spring. The Castleblayney native believes that Monaghan will be a stronger outfit in 12 months time than they showed in 2011. As the post-mortems continue into Monaghan’s hugely disappointing All-Ireland SFC Qualifier ...

WIN ISN’T ENOUGH!

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15 Apr 2011 Comments Off on WIN ISN’T ENOUGH!
WIN ISN’T ENOUGH!

MONAGHAN 1-18 MAYO 2-13 JOHN GRAHAM reports Despite recording a dramatic victory over Mayo, their first in the league since 1986, Monaghan are still relegated to division 2 for next season based on the result of their head-to-head meeting with Armagh who also lost last Sunday but whose one-point victory over Monaghan earlier keeps them in the top flight. That left the aftermath of this high scoring and hugely entertaining encounter in sun-kissed Inniskeen giving something of a bittersweet taste in that ultimately it was something of a pyrrhic ...

MONAGHAN’S MISSION

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8 Apr 2011 Comments Off on MONAGHAN’S MISSION
MONAGHAN’S MISSION

Monaghan go back to Inniskeen this Sunday with one simple fact on their minds, they must beat Mayo to have any chance of surviving in Division 1 for next season, writes JOHN GRAHAM There are a list of permutations as to what the outcome of division 1 can be should so and so do this or so and so do that but the simple truth is that irrespective of what happens at any other venue next Sunday Monaghan have to win to be involved in any discussions when the action is all ...

Monaghan needs to take the scalp of Kerry on Sunday in their fight to avoid relegation

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1 Apr 2011 One Comment
Monaghan needs to take the scalp of Kerry on Sunday in their fight to avoid relegation

Eamonn McEneaney agreed that Monaghan were going into Sunday’s Division 1 clash with Kerry needing a result as the points in their two final matches are vital in their fight to avoid relegation. “We definitely need two points on Sunday but we also need a couple of other results going our way as well because if Mayo beat Cork then we are almost certainly down. However if Cork beat Mayo we would still have to beat them (Mayo) but the main thing is we have to try ...

Freeman’s return to the panel fires up Monaghan

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18 Feb 2011 Comments Off on Freeman’s return to the panel fires up Monaghan
Freeman’s return to the panel fires up Monaghan

Monaghan have received a timely boost ahead of Sunday’s NFL showdown against Armagh with the return to the panel of a number of regulars. Manager Eamonn McEneaney, speaking to The Northern Standard this week, said: “Vincent Corey and Owen Lennon are back in training but it’s a matter of how far on they are. Damien and Tomas Freeman have been with us now for three or four sessions but again it’s a matter of how much they have done and how much they have to do. Darren Hughes is ...

McEneaney is taking it one game at a time

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11 Feb 2011 Comments Off on McEneaney is taking it one game at a time
McEneaney is taking it one game at a time

Eamonn McEneaney was obviously delighted with his side’s victory in Clones on Sunday last but he wasn’t going to get too carried away as it is the first game in what will be a very demanding league programme. His counterpart Galway manager Tomas O’Flatharta was in somewhat different mood and was not only disappointed at the defeat but somewhat shell shocked by the manner in which his side completely capitulated in the second-half. Eamonn McEneaney was adopting the approach that they were taking it one game at a time and he did ...