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AI club final controversy

Yes - Typical Dubs up to no good as usual
30 (19.1%)
No - Typical Nordies causing mischief as usual
21 (13.4%)
Should not have to. GAA HQ should already have called a replay
106 (67.5%)

Total Members Voted: 157

Voting closed: January 26, 2023, 11:37:12 AM

Author Topic: Should An Glenn object?  (Read 13610 times)

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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #450 on: Today at 07:46:56 AM »
I was at the Mageean Cup final this year, SLG and St Killians. SLG were three ahead and St Killians had a free or a 65 on the blow, SLG made a sub and the player never went off. Came to nothing, whistle blew, SLG fans ran on the field and then the ref had to clear the field as he was blowing because he wanted it retaken. Retake happened and again came to nothing and SLG won.

Malachy O Rourke said he realised at the time and asked for a retake but the officials ignored it. That's inexcusable.

Also, Dara Mullin, I'm not buying he didn't know he was to come off. He stayed on and Kilmacud had 16 on so it's a clear breach.
That decision to ignore Malachy O'Rourke was a huge mistake. The GAA has been in crisis mode and all over the media all week as a result of it.
The irony is is that a replayed 45 with 15 versus 15 might have resulted in nothing. The whole situation is insane.

Malachy also said that Glen would accept the result and I’m pretty certain they still will. I think they just want the moral high ground and to be told they’re entitled to a replay. I still think the rules are ambiguous and crokes could be given a fine. Despite what people have said here a fine is still an option for this minor transgression particularly since the main fault is unfortunately with the officials.
Disgraceful if O’Rourke said that to officials and was ignored, absolute disgrace. I don’t see what good a fine does Glen ( who were wrong) or why punish Crokes in that way if they’ve done nothing wrong.

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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #451 on: Today at 08:10:07 AM »
I was at the Mageean Cup final this year, SLG and St Killians. SLG were three ahead and St Killians had a free or a 65 on the blow, SLG made a sub and the player never went off. Came to nothing, whistle blew, SLG fans ran on the field and then the ref had to clear the field as he was blowing because he wanted it retaken. Retake happened and again came to nothing and SLG won.

Malachy O Rourke said he realised at the time and asked for a retake but the officials ignored it. That's inexcusable.

Also, Dara Mullin, I'm not buying he didn't know he was to come off. He stayed on and Kilmacud had 16 on so it's a clear breach.
That decision to ignore Malachy O'Rourke was a huge mistake. The GAA has been in crisis mode and all over the media all week as a result of it.
The irony is is that a replayed 45 with 15 versus 15 might have resulted in nothing. The whole situation is insane.

Malachy also said that Glen would accept the result and I’m pretty certain they still will. I think they just want the moral high ground and to be told they’re entitled to a replay. I still think the rules are ambiguous and crokes could be given a fine. Despite what people have said here a fine is still an option for this minor transgression particularly since the main fault is unfortunately with the officials.
Of course they will, especially given they have objected to it.
And of course it's a minor transgression according to the rules. Why did they only have 17 on the pitch if it was only for 2 seconds ? They could have had 40. It's inversely proportional to the time it takes to kick a ball.
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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #452 on: Today at 08:34:43 AM »
I was at the Mageean Cup final this year, SLG and St Killians. SLG were three ahead and St Killians had a free or a 65 on the blow, SLG made a sub and the player never went off. Came to nothing, whistle blew, SLG fans ran on the field and then the ref had to clear the field as he was blowing because he wanted it retaken. Retake happened and again came to nothing and SLG won.

Malachy O Rourke said he realised at the time and asked for a retake but the officials ignored it. That's inexcusable.

Also, Dara Mullin, I'm not buying he didn't know he was to come off. He stayed on and Kilmacud had 16 on so it's a clear breach.
That decision to ignore Malachy O'Rourke was a huge mistake. The GAA has been in crisis mode and all over the media all week as a result of it.
The irony is is that a replayed 45 with 15 versus 15 might have resulted in nothing. The whole situation is insane.

Malachy also said that Glen would accept the result and I’m pretty certain they still will. I think they just want the moral high ground and to be told they’re entitled to a replay. I still think the rules are ambiguous and crokes could be given a fine. Despite what people have said here a fine is still an option for this minor transgression particularly since the main fault is unfortunately with the officials.

He said that immediately after, with all the details still not known at that time. And he is an outside manager. I'm not sure he speaks for the whole Glen club. I'd be very surprised if they went with this. Seeing as they lodged an objection 3 days ago suggest they do not agree with his response, which is fair enough since the details became known after.

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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #453 on: Today at 08:59:36 AM »
Is this not we’re Brollys point was relevant that O’Rourke isn’t a Glen man and could potentially manage KC in the future?

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« Reply #454 on: Today at 09:08:44 AM »
Is this not we’re Brollys point was relevant that O’Rourke isn’t a Glen man and could potentially manage KC in the future?
I think that's overthinking it. He was asked in the spur of the moment and he couldn't speak on behalf of the club given what had happened.
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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #455 on: Today at 09:16:42 AM »
Is this not we’re Brollys point was relevant that O’Rourke isn’t a Glen man and could potentially manage KC in the future?
I think that's overthinking it. He was asked in the spur of the moment and he couldn't speak on behalf of the club given what had happened.

You've been over thinking a lot recently  ;D
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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #456 on: Today at 09:37:00 AM »
So McEntee got two yellows and stayed on the pitch and Cross won the final.. but I suppose that was before Twitter

No its because Cross won comfortably, Crokes didn't and no one will ever know the outcome in that last period without that extra player they had, who was standing on the goal line.
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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #457 on: Today at 09:42:37 AM »
I was at the Mageean Cup final this year, SLG and St Killians. SLG were three ahead and St Killians had a free or a 65 on the blow, SLG made a sub and the player never went off. Came to nothing, whistle blew, SLG fans ran on the field and then the ref had to clear the field as he was blowing because he wanted it retaken. Retake happened and again came to nothing and SLG won.

Malachy O Rourke said he realised at the time and asked for a retake but the officials ignored it. That's inexcusable.

Also, Dara Mullin, I'm not buying he didn't know he was to come off. He stayed on and Kilmacud had 16 on so it's a clear breach.
That decision to ignore Malachy O'Rourke was a huge mistake. The GAA has been in crisis mode and all over the media all week as a result of it.
The irony is is that a replayed 45 with 15 versus 15 might have resulted in nothing. The whole situation is insane.

Malachy also said that Glen would accept the result and I’m pretty certain they still will. I think they just want the moral high ground and to be told they’re entitled to a replay. I still think the rules are ambiguous and crokes could be given a fine. Despite what people have said here a fine is still an option for this minor transgression particularly since the main fault is unfortunately with the officials.

Malachy O Rouke was just giving an opinion. The players and committee hardly had time to delegate with him straight after the final whistle.

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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #458 on: Today at 10:14:26 AM »
Former ref Maurice Deegan on the mess and what sort of changes may ne necessary

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b15gLkEs7eE&t=3420s
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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #459 on: Today at 10:24:17 AM »
So McEntee got two yellows and stayed on the pitch and Cross won the final.. but I suppose that was before Twitter

No its because Cross won comfortably, Crokes didn't and no one will ever know the outcome in that last period without that extra player they had, who was standing on the goal line.

It was a draw at the time of the sending off - no one will ever know the outcome in that last 10 minutes without the extra player Cross had, who was arguably their best forward.

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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #460 on: Today at 10:38:27 AM »
So McEntee got two yellows and stayed on the pitch and Cross won the final.. but I suppose that was before Twitter

No its because Cross won comfortably, Crokes didn't and no one will ever know the outcome in that last period without that extra player they had, who was standing on the goal line.

It was a draw at the time of the sending off - no one will ever know the outcome in that last 10 minutes without the extra player Cross had, who was arguably their best forward.

Not sure why people are comparing this.
The referee didnt send the player off - this is down to one individual error.

KC had 16 players on the field due to a number of errors. Referee, linesman, KC officials, player entering the field, player not leaving the field (if indeed he knew he was to be taken off)

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Re: Should An Glenn object?
« Reply #461 on: Today at 11:10:18 AM »
So McEntee got two yellows and stayed on the pitch and Cross won the final.. but I suppose that was before Twitter

No its because Cross won comfortably, Crokes didn't and no one will ever know the outcome in that last period without that extra player they had, who was standing on the goal line.

It was a draw at the time of the sending off - no one will ever know the outcome in that last 10 minutes without the extra player Cross had, who was arguably their best forward.

Not sure why people are comparing this.
The referee didnt send the player off - this is down to one individual error.

KC had 16 players on the field due to a number of errors. Referee, linesman, KC officials, player entering the field, player not leaving the field (if indeed he knew he was to be taken off)

An extra man for 10 minutes in a game that was level at the time due to a refereeing error, I can only imagine the outrage and fury that would result if that happened now. Social media has a lot to answer for.