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02-03-2015, 20:53   #8341
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Is that video from yesterday or last year? Mislabelled I presume, Monaghan were Division 2 last year right?
Yeah, it's mislabeled. new Mayo Jersey, and Mark Ronaldson wearing one would give it away if it really needed forensic examination.
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02-03-2015, 22:09   #8342
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Is that video from yesterday or last year? Mislabelled I presume, Monaghan were Division 2 last year right?
I'd say its just a typo. Didn't spot it till you mentioned it!
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Its actually footage from the famous Mayo v Monaghan challenge game were they knocked seven colors of s**t out of each other.

Or was that 2013 ?
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Its actually footage from the famous Mayo v Monaghan challenge game were they knocked seven colors of s**t out of each other.

Or was that 2013 ?
No, it's definetly a typo.
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02-03-2015, 23:13   #8345
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Black card for Seamus O Shea was deserved as he clearly deliberately tripped the Monaghan player.
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Black card for Seamus O Shea was deserved as he clearly deliberately tripped the Monaghan player.
Look at the footage, SOS collided with his back. Was a crazy black.
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Look at the footage, SOS collided with his back. Was a crazy black.
I did look at the footage and I suggest you should too. He clearly kicks out and trips the Monaghan player. He did run into his back also but the black card was correctly awarded for a deliberate trip.
The only problem I have with the black card is inconsistency. If applied correctly there would have been 4 or 5 given out in every game shown on Sunday evening.
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I did look at the footage and I suggest you should too. He clearly kicks out and trips the Monaghan player. He did run into his back also but the black card was correctly awarded for a deliberate trip.
The only problem I have with the black card is inconsistency. If applied correctly there would have been 4 or 5 given out in every game shown on Sunday evening.
I was sitting about 15 yards from it and saw it Sunday night and on TnaG, plenty of people were bewildered about, a push in the back now warrants a black while AOS was dragged down on 2 occassions but none deserved a black. Farcial stuff.
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I was sitting about 15 yards from it and saw it Sunday night and on TnaG, plenty of people were bewildered about, a push in the back now warrants a black while AOS was dragged down on 2 occassions but none deserved a black. Farcial stuff.
A push in the back does not warrant a black but a deliberate trip does and that is what it was given for.
Dragging down a player does deserve a black and if that is what happened they should have been given.
I am only commenting on the incident that I saw and I looked at it a few times without bias.
You can blame ref all you want for things he got wrong but that was NOT one of them.
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I much prefer a ref who is willing to deal out black cards. It is usually marginal if a black card is in the wrong. The worse case for Mayo is a ref who is slow with the black card.
We have to accept now n then there will be marginal cases n we have to back the refs judgement.
God help us if the black card was scrapped what level of fouling would now be in the game?
The ref sees these incidents in real time with many moving players. Tis very difficult.
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Black card for Seamus O Shea was deserved as he clearly deliberately tripped the Monaghan player.
I was at the Bacon factory end of the stand,missed that.Easy one to miss with the play moving so quickly,subtle trip.Good spot by the referee,highlights the onerous task that referees have in the modern game.Fair black card having watched the TG4 highlights.Having said that I thought Rory Hickey had a very poor day at the office.
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