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johnnycool

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Re: Hurling Championship 2019
« Reply #465 on: August 22, 2019, 09:33:45 AM »
With all thisKilkenny talk about manliness in hurling,  Kilkenny are still whining like hungry piglets about the red card decision. Can't they lose a game in a manly fashion?

Tipp already demonstrated they could win after going a man down and overturn a 5 point deficet in the doing.

I'm not sure what grounds they can appeal on.

We all know an infraction occurred, they can't deny that it didn't and it was to the head area.

A bit like Caolan Mooney earlier in the year.
 

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Re: Hurling Championship 2019
« Reply #466 on: August 22, 2019, 12:14:02 PM »
With all thisKilkenny talk about manliness in hurling,  Kilkenny are still whining like hungry piglets about the red card decision. Can't they lose a game in a manly fashion?

Tipp already demonstrated they could win after going a man down and overturn a 5 point deficet in the doing.

I'm not sure what grounds they can appeal on.

We all know an infraction occurred, they can't deny that it didn't and it was to the head area.

A bit like Caolan Mooney earlier in the year.

AFAIK you can appeal any red card, just smacks of really poor form for them to do so. Knowing that in all likelihood Hogan wont be back for championship next year so therefore any ban would be pointless anyway.

Just let it slide and use it for internal motivation for next year, but for them do so is a bit of a reflection of Cody himself.

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Re: Hurling Championship 2019
« Reply #467 on: August 22, 2019, 12:28:34 PM »
It's poor form but KK have form in this area with Eddie Keher a few years ago talking about cards being a soccer invention and embarrassing players in front of their families
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Re: Hurling Championship 2019
« Reply #468 on: August 23, 2019, 11:28:25 AM »
Kilkenny set to appeal Hogan red card
August 22, 2019

Kilkenny's Richie Hogan is sent off by referee James Owens
Kilkenny county board are set to launch an appeal against the red card picked up by Richie Hogan in last Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC final.
The Irish Independent reports today that the board are “believed to be lining up an appeal” against the red card that Hogan received on the eve of half-time after a challenge on Tipperary’s Cathal Barrett.
The sending-off carries a one-match suspension which would see the 31-year-old missing the Cats’ 2020 Leinster championship opener.
Manager Brian Cody said after Sunday’s final defeat to the Premier men that he was “amazed” by referee James Owens’ decision to issue a red card for the challenge and it understood that the Kilkenny board and Hogan have discussed the matter informally.


Like wtf, appalling