Gaelic Football Manager
Gaelic Football Manager Mickey Harte is renowned as one of the shrewdest and tactically adept managers in the game today. His motivational skills and management of players has contributed to his vast success as a manager. Considered one of the best tacticians in the game, Harte is admired both by peers and former rivals. Mickey Harte has led his native Tyrone to three All-Ireland titles, five Ulster titles, one National League, and nine Dr. McKenna Cups to date, making him the most successful Tyrone inter-county manager of all time. Since 2020 Harte has managed the Louth Mens’s Senior team.
Harte managed the Tyrone county team from 2002 until his resignation in 2020, at which time he was the longest-serving manager then active with the same team in inter-county competition. He is the most successful senior manager in the county’s history, having led it to its only three All Ireland Senior Football Championships titles, as well as six Ulster Senior Football Championships titles, one National League and twelve Dr McKenna Cups. Considered one of the best tacticians in the game, Harte is admired both by peers and former rivals.
In 2009, Gaelic Football Manager Harte began writing a weekly column for the Northern Irish newspaper, The Irish News. To date his column has focused on hot topics in Gaelic games, referees and other GAA-related topics. In addition to this, in October 2009, Harte published an autobiography, Harte: Presence Is The Only Thing. Harte also makes occasional appearances to offer analysis on the BBC championship coverage.
- Management and Life Philosophies
- Instilling A Winning Mentality
- Building Successful Teams
- Business and Sport
- Thriving in Competitive Environments
“We got an absolutely outstanding talk where he offered his philosophy of life and management leavened with a few cracking jokes. If you ever get the opportunity to hear Mickey Harte talk, take it.”