# Mickey Harte

Last week
17th September 2023 - 23rd September 2023
'Who knows Ulster football better than Mickey Harte?' - Excitement in Derry for new era
Mickey Harte emerged as the shock appointment to be the new Derry manager this week.
Derry confirm Mickey Harte as new senior football manager
The multiple All-Ireland winning boss has been appointed on a three-year term.
Mickey Harte's move to Derry one of the most jaw-dropping the GAA has seen
Move that has shocked the GAA world shows how Harte, at 69, is still a born competitor who wants the top honours.
Mickey Harte left Louth for Derry to 'win one more All-Ireland'
Louth chairman says move is a ‘real kick in the teeth’.
Manager Mickey Harte quits Louth and is set for shock move to Derry
Louth GAA confirmed the news in a statement this evening.
Louth announce Harte departing to take over as Derry manager
Louth GAA confirmed the news in a statement this evening.
This year
'A harsh lesson, but not the end of the world' - Louth manager Mickey Harte
The Wee county were ‘battered’ by Dublin in yesterday’s Leinster final.
Ulster success to Leinster challenger: how does Mickey Harte's win rate stack up?
Louth manager’s managerial record stands up to other giants of world sport.
Time for the Wee County to dream big, says Louth ace Mulroy
With two finals in 63 years, Louth are eyeing up a giant-killing of Dublin.
'Massive excitement and buzz. It's a really good time for Louth football'
Mickey Harte’s side have enjoyed an impressive rise to what is effectively a Division 2 promotion play-off against Dublin.
Louth's rise: Mickey Harte's team overcome the odds to shine in second tier
Last year’s Division 3 champions have all but preserved their league status for 2024.
Harte defends O'Byrne Cup position: 'People who don't know what they're talking about'
The Louth manager addressed the recent controversy over withdrawals from the pre-season competition.
Last year
Louth GAA respond to 'certain rumours' regarding Mickey Harte's future
The county’s manager has been linked with Derry club Slaughtneil.
Mickey Harte extends his spell as Louth manager until end of 2025
The Tyrone All-Ireland winner was first appointed in November 2020.
'Each morning, I pause here beside Michaela and pray'
Read an extract from Mickey Harte’s book ‘Devotion’.
All time
Louth's championship ending in June after one game is 'a bit sad really' - Mickey Harte
‘That’s not fair for the effort and work that people put in and I think it’s really hurting the less developed counties.’
New Tyrone bosses 'hope to espouse a lot of Mickey's values' and highly-rated coach returns
Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher have paid tributes to outgoing Tyrone boss Mickey Harte.
Tyrone appoint Feargal Logan and Brian Dooher to take charge of senior side
The pair will succeed Mickey Harte for a three-year term.
'Were we thinking we had a good chance? Probably not' - Inside Louth's shock move for Harte
Mickey Harte was announced as the new Louth manager last night.
Mickey Harte takes on role as Louth manager
The Tyrone legend has been confirmed in the role on a three-year term.
'A lot of those Tyrone players had been through tragedies. Unfortunately it was at his own door this time’
Former Tyrone players Cathal McCarron and PJ Quinn give an insight into Mickey Harte the man.
Red Hand great Canavan rules himself out of Tyrone job and pays tribute to Mickey Harte
Harte’s 18-year reign as Tyrone football boss has come to an end.
'This man did it all' and 'one of the all-time greatest managers' - tributes paid to departing Mickey Harte
The Tyrone football manager’s 18-year reign has come to an end.
Mickey Harte's 18-year reign as Tyrone manager has come to an end
The Red Hand won three All-Ireland titles under his watch.
Mickey Harte's request to extend reign as Tyrone manager rejected – reports
After 18 seasons at the helm, the 68-year-old is currently the longest-serving manager in inter-county football.
'I don’t understand why people who don’t play the game, get to make the decisions'
Mickey Harte, Dessie Farrell and Niall Morgan offer contrasting views on the GAA’s new backpass rule.
Mickey Harte rings the Tyrone changes for visit of Kerry to Omagh
Cathal McShane is held in reserve, though.
The game-changer - saying no to Oz causes sudden shift in Tyrone's outlook for 2020
Cathal McShane’s move is a major lift for Mickey Harte’s side.
'Sick of it' and 'comical' - Kennelly and Clarke respond to Mickey Harte's AFL criticism
‘We’ve got [recruiters] for the AFL within our own ranks of the GAA, and that’s sad,’ the Tyrone boss said.
Mickey Harte adds former Antrim star to Tyrone backroom team for 2020 season
‘Broad-based coach’ Kevin Madden joins the Red Hand set-up.
'Huge loss' of Tyrone S&C coach, Harte's future and watching back Kerry defeat
Red Hand midfielder Richie Donnelly has backed Mickey Harte to remain in charge.
Tyrone legend O'Neill steps down from Mickey Harte's backroom team
O’Neill had been Tyrone forwards coach for the past two seasons.
'That baton has to be passed on' - Time for Mickey Harte to go, says Sean Cavanagh
The former Tyrone star reckons his one-time boss should make way for a new manager.
Mickey Harte: 'So one day that will be put to bed, so don't worry about that'
The Tyrone boss feels there is still more to come from his side after their loss to Kerry.
Mickey Harte: Sky's introduction to GAA has resulted in 'more insightful analysis'
The Tyrone boss dismisses the common refrain that all big games should be free-to-air.
Tyrone boss on Super 8s format, turnaround for semi-final and Kerry challenge
After yesterday’s loss to Dublin, a clash with Kerry awaits next Sunday.
All-Ireland minor final defeat to Cork 47 years ago created a burning desire inside Mickey Harte
The counties face-off in the Super 8s this weekend.
Tyrone boss issues apology over video of players singing rebel song during parade
The Tyrone squad were returning from their win over Cavan in Clones.
McCurry goal seals impressive Tyrone win over 14-man Kildare
St Conleth’s Park hosted today’s game.
Two changes as Tyrone get set for heavyweight clash against Donegal
Michael McKernan and Connor McAliskey are both named to start in Breffni Park.