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« Reply #37860 on: June 11, 2018, 12:54:54 PM »
See another clip of a box from behind doing the rounds from a division 3 game. Only a matter of time before tragedy strikes with footballers getting bigger and stronger

Heard last night that the fella that struck is studying to be a doctor.

Saw it - dirty enough dig - lad never saw him coming!
Seen the video myself. Lad looks to be going in to get men out and gets walloped for nothing. Regardless of whatever was going on beforehand or behind the scenes it is a scummy action. Different story if hands were being thrown but the lad got hit cold when not expecting it. Iíd be doing all I could to put an end to his doctoring career if it were me. Blatant assault and the evidence is there to back it up

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« Reply #37861 on: June 11, 2018, 01:36:58 PM »
Can the CCC use these videos doing the rounds to punish players? For example whatever happened to the man that hit mark carson?

Player was suspended for 8 weeks.
Light sentence compared with the sentence Mark Carson is having to go through.
How is he?   What was the injury to the eye?

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« Reply #37862 on: June 11, 2018, 02:42:29 PM »
See another clip of a box from behind doing the rounds from a division 3 game. Only a matter of time before tragedy strikes with footballers getting bigger and stronger

Heard last night that the fella that struck is studying to be a doctor.

Saw it - dirty enough dig - lad never saw him coming!

What teams were involved?

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« Reply #37863 on: June 11, 2018, 03:00:56 PM »
Castlederg number 5 blinsides a Clogher player.

The CCC could have set down a marker by suspending Gallagher from Loughmacrory for at least 12 months If not longer. If young Carson's injury was served as a warning it's been soon forgotten. If players knew that they were going to get lengthy & meaningful suspensions this type of cowardice would soon fizzle out. Do the crime - serve the time!

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« Reply #37864 on: June 11, 2018, 03:04:55 PM »
In no way trying to downplay Carson's injury but to clarify he wasn't hit off the ball or from behind without warning. He had the ball and the Lough play tackled/punched with close fist and caught him when Carson was full on sprinting with the ball.

Again not condoning it but wasn't in the same vein as the Castlederg incident.

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« Reply #37865 on: June 11, 2018, 03:12:11 PM »
See another clip of a box from behind doing the rounds from a division 3 game. Only a matter of time before tragedy strikes with footballers getting bigger and stronger

Heard last night that the fella that struck is studying to be a doctor.

Saw it - dirty enough dig - lad never saw him coming!
Seen the video myself. Lad looks to be going in to get men out and gets walloped for nothing. Regardless of whatever was going on beforehand or behind the scenes it is a scummy action. Different story if hands were being thrown but the lad got hit cold when not expecting it. Iíd be doing all I could to put an end to his doctoring career if it were me. Blatant assault and the evidence is there to back it up

Id be asking for 10% of his doctor salary for the resta his working career maybe and have it signed :-$
Take it or leave :-$

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« Reply #37866 on: June 11, 2018, 03:16:27 PM »
Just saw the clip, what a coward. Hits from behind and then bounces away like a hard man. This is endemic now and needs to be stamped out before someone is killed.
It is what it is. Presumably.

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« Reply #37867 on: June 11, 2018, 03:45:30 PM »
That punch should cost that Castlederg soon to be Dr a few £££££££££££££££'s

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« Reply #37868 on: June 11, 2018, 03:50:16 PM »
Slightly off topic - but what ever happened the young fella from Carrickmore that got hit by the bouncer in Belfast a few months back.

Did he get back to playing football?

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« Reply #37869 on: June 11, 2018, 04:15:25 PM »
Seen the clip, cowardly act by the no.5, shouldnít kick a ball the rest of the year.

In reality an incident like that could of happened on 5/6 games this weekend that went unrecorded or off the ball. League matches in particular the stuff that goes on when the referee isnít looking. A lot of the time players are encouraged to target men, itís clear as day. Refereeís do need extra support at games, I know that wonít happen but it is required to stamp this out.
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« Reply #37870 on: June 11, 2018, 04:33:45 PM »
Slightly off topic - but what ever happened the young fella from Carrickmore that got hit by the bouncer in Belfast a few months back.

Did he get back to playing football?
Yeah he did thankfully with no long term injuries. Heís the current captain of our minor team and has featured in a few senior games this year. Certainly one to watch out for

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« Reply #37871 on: June 11, 2018, 10:49:45 PM »
Slightly off topic - but what ever happened the young fella from Carrickmore that got hit by the bouncer in Belfast a few months back.

Did he get back to playing football?
Yeah he did thankfully with no long term injuries. Heís the current captain of our minor team and has featured in a few senior games this year. Certainly one to watch out for

Was that bouncer ever charged for that ?

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« Reply #37872 on: June 12, 2018, 08:29:07 AM »
In no way trying to downplay Carson's injury but to clarify he wasn't hit off the ball or from behind without warning. He had the ball and the Lough play tackled/punched with close fist and caught him when Carson was full on sprinting with the ball.

Again not condoning it but wasn't in the same vein as the Castlederg incident.

Omagh Gael, Carson was hit off the ball! he had played the ball whenever the punch came in and it was from behind/side late. Young carson turned into the punch, I was there and have seen the video. Both acts the same in my eyes

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« Reply #37873 on: June 12, 2018, 08:40:18 AM »
It would be interesting to hear peoples thoughts on the punishment for striking.  Is a month enough or too much?

Personally, I think anybody who strikes should get at least 6 months to try and stamp this out.  I know a lot of people with an old school mentality will think this draconian but we have seen a number of high profile cases in the courts in recent times regarding one punch attacks so everybody should be aware of the potential consequences of striking.

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« Reply #37874 on: June 12, 2018, 08:55:45 AM »
It would be interesting to hear peoples thoughts on the punishment for striking.  Is a month enough or too much?

Personally, I think anybody who strikes should get at least 6 months to try and stamp this out.  I know a lot of people with an old school mentality will think this draconian but we have seen a number of high profile cases in the courts in recent times regarding one punch attacks so everybody should be aware of the potential consequences of striking.

Striking is a one game ban now, and has been for the last few seasons.
We had a lad sent off for striking in the senior game two weeks ago. Was able to play for reserves last weekend (but suspended for senior game). So yeah, maybe things should be reviewed.