Author Topic: Can we now expect 40 pages on Brian Cody's altercation with the linesman?  (Read 1169 times)

Lar Naparka

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Have any of the Dubs blamed Pat Spillane yet? Or Lee Keegan?

The Gaa's pet project complaining about how they are being treated. Well they know how the rest of us feel with financial doping, home games etc etc.

So you're speaking for the rest of the country?

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That's like asking is the pope a bachelor?

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Have any of the Dubs blamed Pat Spillane yet? Or Lee Keegan?

The Gaa's pet project complaining about how they are being treated. Well they know how the rest of us feel with financial doping, home games etc etc.

So you're speaking for the rest of the country?

Yeah, he is on that count.
No. He certainly isn't.
As for Cody. Got in an altercation with an official on the sideline and put his hands on him. Deserves a ban. His previous record should not come into it

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Have any of the Dubs blamed Pat Spillane yet? Or Lee Keegan?

The Gaa's pet project complaining about how they are being treated. Well they know how the rest of us feel with financial doping, home games etc etc.

So you're speaking for the rest of the country?

Yeah, he is on that count.
No. He certainly isn't.
As for Cody. Got in an altercation with an official on the sideline and put his hands on him. Deserves a ban. His previous record should not come into it

Not sure I agree with that.

Cody was certainly in foul form with the Waterford sideline and was about to transgress his area ( I never knew such a thing existed in GAA) when the fourth official stepped across and ushered Cody backwards. Yes there was contact, moreso by the fourth official and Cody stopped in his tracks once the arms went out. There was no aggression at all from Cody towards the fourth official. If Cody had of barged on regardless then yes, 12 weeks would have been warranted.
Entirely different to Connolly's actions as his aggression was directed to an official.

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Awful whingers altogether.

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Have any of the Dubs blamed Pat Spillane yet? Or Lee Keegan?

The Gaa's pet project complaining about how they are being treated. Well they know how the rest of us feel with financial doping, home games etc etc.

So you're speaking for the rest of the country?

Yeah, he is on that count.
No. He certainly isn't.
As for Cody. Got in an altercation with an official on the sideline and put his hands on him. Deserves a ban. His previous record should not come into it

Not sure I agree with that.

Cody was certainly in foul form with the Waterford sideline and was about to transgress his area ( I never knew such a thing existed in GAA) when the fourth official stepped across and ushered Cody backwards. Yes there was contact, moreso by the fourth official and Cody stopped in his tracks once the arms went out. There was no aggression at all from Cody towards the fourth official. If Cody had of barged on regardless then yes, 12 weeks would have been warranted.
Entirely different to Connolly's actions as his aggression was directed to an official.


100% right.

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Can we now expect 40 pages on Brian Cody's altercation with the linesman?

I expect not.

Can we expect 40 more whataboutery threads? Possibly

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Have any of the Dubs blamed Pat Spillane yet? Or Lee Keegan?

The Gaa's pet project complaining about how they are being treated. Well they know how the rest of us feel with financial doping, home games etc etc.

So you're speaking for the rest of the country?

Pretty much, yeah. The Man City of the GAA are a marketing ploy, created by Croke Park. Now, I'm not so sure that they have an exit plan. They've created a monster that could win 6, 7 in a row. Whoopdeedoo. You've bought every single one of them, with central funds.

The Dubs are light years ahead of the rest of the country and it's all sponsored by Croker.

Get rid of AIG from your jerseys. Next year, you'll have GAA on them. Financial doping of the orcs and we have to listen to youse, as if you'd done it all on your own?

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Have any of the Dubs blamed Pat Spillane yet? Or Lee Keegan?

The Gaa's pet project complaining about how they are being treated. Well they know how the rest of us feel with financial doping, home games etc etc.

So you're speaking for the rest of the country?

Yeah, he is on that count.
No. He certainly isn't.
As for Cody. Got in an altercation with an official on the sideline and put his hands on him. Deserves a ban. His previous record should not come into it

Not sure I agree with that.

Cody was certainly in foul form with the Waterford sideline and was about to transgress his area ( I never knew such a thing existed in GAA) when the fourth official stepped across and ushered Cody backwards. Yes there was contact, moreso by the fourth official and Cody stopped in his tracks once the arms went out. There was no aggression at all from Cody towards the fourth official. If Cody had of barged on regardless then yes, 12 weeks would have been warranted.
Entirely different to Connolly's actions as his aggression was directed to an official.

youre not entirely wrong. However, the rule doesn't mention aggression