# Michael Ryan

Last year
# End of an era
'Everything Michael has done for the club is why we're where we're at' - 40 in-a-row and out
Michael Ryan has stepped down as Ballymacarbry ladies football manager.
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# Michael Ryan
WHO warns virus death toll could surpass two million without collective action
The number of cases worldwide has soared past 32 million,
# Coronavirus
WHO urges countries hit by serious Covid-19 outbreaks to 'wake up' and 'take control'
The coronavirus has hit at least 10.8 million people and killed 521,000 worldwide.
# Leaving lockdown
Without contact tracing, countries are 'driving blind' warns WHO official
WHO emergencies chief Michael Ryan made the comments today.
# new man in charge
Former captain replaces ex-Tipp boss as manager of 2016 All-Ireland club champions
Kieran Bermingham is now at the helm with Limerick’s Na Piarsaigh.
# Limerick SHC
Former Tipp boss Ryan starts life as Na Piarsaigh manager with a win in Limerick SHC
Elsewhere, Patrickswell edged last year’s finalists, Doon.
# air accident investigation
Black box from Ethiopian Airlines crash shows 'clear similarities' to Boeing 737 Max crash last year
A preliminary report into last Sunday’s crash will be released in 30 days.
# Michael Ryan
'He wanted to save the world': Mother leads tributes to Irish aid worker who died in air crash
He was killed in an Ethiopian Airlines crash over the weekend.
# UN worker
Irishman who died in Ethiopian Airlines plane crash 'helped the most vulnerable people on our planet'
Michael Ryan, originally from Lahinch in Clare, worked with the World Food Programme.
# good appointment
Ex-Tipp boss Michael Ryan gets back into management with 2016 All-Ireland club champions
The former All-Ireland winning player and manager will take charge of Na Piarsaigh in 2019.
# Reeling In The Years
Flogging players at the first session, a ladies final in a 'farmer's field' and winning 10 All-Ireland club titles
Michael Ryan recalls managing the Ballymacarbry Ladies, who are taking on Mourneabbey in the Munster final.
# Hats in the ring
Who'll be in the frame to become the next Tipperary senior hurling boss?
Michael Ryan stepped down this evening.
# Time to go
Tipperary's All-Ireland winning management team step down after three seasons in charge
Tipperary’s 2018 championship campaign had ended in June.
# exit door
After a four-year stint, Michael Ryan steps down as Westmeath hurling boss
‘My journey is at an end now but we’ve had some fantastic days .’
# statement
Tipperary county board back Michael Ryan following early championship exit
The management team have their ‘full backing and support,’ they say.
# Ryan Return
'We’ve been hit by a train, it wasn’t in the plan' - Tipp boss to take time to assess after 2018 exit
Michael Ryan ‘gutted’ for his players after loss to Clare.
# Pride In The Premier
Michael Ryan - 'We won't give in. Look if that's just thickness fair enough, we're just thick.'
The Tipperary manager was in a defiant mood after they grabbed a second draw in the space of a week.
# Comeback King
'It was a horrible first half for us. Cork were all over us and we were literally chasing shadows.'
A contrast in dressing-room moods for the Tipperary manager yesterday in Thurles.
# short lived
Michael Ryan ends ban and confirms he'll speak to the media going forward
The Tipperary boss has explained the pre-planned media blackout and shared his regret.
# Comment
'I think he’ll regret not talking to them' - Eoin Kelly on Michael Ryan's refusal to speak to media
The Tipperary manager did not engage with the media after his side’s opening Munster SHC defeat to Limerick.
# Munster Madness
Tipperary boss - 'I think survival will be the key word that we will all be thinking about'
Michael Ryan is bracing himself for the revamped Munster championship.
# Premier Project
How will Tipperary rebound for the summer after hurling league final loss?
A familiar challenge awaits Michael Ryan after yesterday’s defeat to Kilkenny.
# Treatment Table
5 forwards set for Tipperary championship return in wake of league final loss
Michael Ryan has delivered positive news on the fitness of his absent attackers.
# progression
'They're a great bunch of young fellas and we don't praise them enough'
Michael Ryan was thrilled with his Tipperary players after they progressed to the league final last night.
Dublin vs Tipperary, Allianz Hurling League Quarter-Final
Dublin took on Tipperary in the Allianz National Hurling League quarter-final in part one of a double-header at Croke Park.
# Premier Cats
6 changes for Kilkenny and 7 for Tipperary ahead of Sunday's Nowlan Park clash
Brian Cody and Michael Ryan both shake up their starting sides.
# Premier Panel
New faces - Tipp hand out auditions with football defender shining and goalkeeper spot up for grabs
Manager Michael Ryan is searching for squad options this spring.
# Semple Showdowns
6 changes for Tipp hurlers for Waterford game as footballers hand out debut at full-back
Both Premier sides are at home this weekend.
# big miss
Tipperary star Callanan set to miss most of league campaign
The Drom-Inch club man is suffering from back problems.
# Number One
'It was car-crash stuff' - Tipp great on need for patience with the next man between the posts
Brendan Cummins on Tipp’s goalkeeping challenge in 2018.
# Thanks but no thanks
Pre-season withdrawals continue as Tipperary hurlers drop of out Munster league
“It was going to bring us right up to the start of the National Hurling League with five games. It’s too much.”
# The Game Is Up
After 30 years of voluntary service, Tipperary ditch hurling team kit man Hotpoint Hayes
It’s believed to be part of backroom shake-up by manager Michael Ryan.
Michael Ryan agrees new 3-year term as Tipperary manager
Meanwhile, it was also this evening confirmed that Liam Kearns would remain in charge of the Tipperary footballers.
# One More Year
Tipp county board set to reappoint hurling and football managers for 2018
Michael Ryan and Liam Kearns are set to remain in the position of hurling and football managers respectively.
# close but no cigar
Michael Ryan says Tipp tried their 'absolute best' and salutes 'heart-breaker' Joe Canning
For a third year in succession, only a point separated Galway and the Premier in an All-Ireland semi-final.
# end of discussion
Tipp manager Ryan officially closes door on Cathal Barrett return in 2017
‘There will be no more changes to the panel in 2017. That’s it and that’s the last I will say on that.’
# Talking Points
Regrets for Clare, momentum for Tipperary and McGrath brothers on fire
Tipperary are putting together another strong run through the backdoor.
# Noel Gets The Nod
McGrath, Mooney and Kennedy return as All-Ireland champs Tipp gear up for quarter-final
Michael Ryan’s side take on Clare on Saturday.
# clear message
'When performances are below-par, you open the door' - Tipp boss Ryan lays down gauntlet
Michael Ryan wasn’t happy with his All-Ireland champions on Saturday
# shape up or ship out
Shirkers need not apply as Tipperary boss Ryan eyes back-door All-Ireland hurling title defence
Right from the start, we earmarked Michael Ryan as a man who wouldn’t shy away from hard calls as Tipperary senior hurling manager.