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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #45 on: July 25, 2021, 05:32:35 PM »
Cork won an All-Ireland U-20 title recently enough, is there anyone who was on that team playing today at all?

Sean Meehan i think.

The bridge between U20 is a lot bigger to senior than it was at U21 level.
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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #46 on: July 25, 2021, 05:33:40 PM »
Where Cork not the team caught training on a beach during lock down.

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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #47 on: July 25, 2021, 05:40:04 PM »
Cake walk. FT Kerry 4-22 Cork 1-9.
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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #48 on: July 25, 2021, 05:41:42 PM »
Cork won an All-Ireland U-20 title recently enough, is there anyone who was on that team playing today at all?

Kerry's best players don't get the opportunity to play under 20. So there is an asterisks after that title. 

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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #49 on: July 25, 2021, 05:46:35 PM »
Where Cork not the team caught training on a beach during lock down.

There's a gag about training on the beach and the weather conditions today waiting to be made that I can almost taste it's so close.


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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #50 on: July 25, 2021, 07:09:44 PM »
Should that not be a black card and a penalty under the new rules?

Do you mean the Cork player taken clean out of it with a body check in the first half? Def black card. Cork were running through Kerry down the left side. Had the ref correctly issued a black card Cork would prob have pushed their dominance hard up until half time and who knows?   The ref instead chose to bottle it in Killarney.

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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #51 on: July 25, 2021, 07:30:25 PM »
Jases that was an awful hammering in the last 3 quarters.
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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #52 on: July 25, 2021, 07:32:09 PM »
Should that not be a black card and a penalty under the new rules?

Do you mean the Cork player taken clean out of it with a body check in the first half? Def black card. Cork were running through Kerry down the left side. Had the ref correctly issued a black card Cork would prob have pushed their dominance hard up until half time and who knows?   The ref instead chose to bottle it in Killarney.

I was actually talking about the time in the second half when Clifford was clearly dragged back just outside the penalty box, and a free was given. Under these new rules surely that's a perfect example of a black card and penalty. Now, the game was long over at that point so it makes no difference, it's just another example of there being no consistency in how this rule is applied. And of course Dessie the gombeen has no notion of it either, as he called that " a perfect decision by the ref".

Missed parts of the first half so I can't remember the incident you're referring to, does sound like a similar case from that description.

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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #53 on: July 25, 2021, 07:38:47 PM »
Where Cork not the team caught training on a beach during lock down.

And naked too...  8)

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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #54 on: July 25, 2021, 09:57:24 PM »
That win for Kerry today was the biggest Munster SFC final win since Kerry beat Clare by 23 points in 1919.
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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #55 on: July 25, 2021, 09:59:37 PM »
Should that not be a black card and a penalty under the new rules?

Do you mean the Cork player taken clean out of it with a body check in the first half? Def black card. Cork were running through Kerry down the left side. Had the ref correctly issued a black card Cork would prob have pushed their dominance hard up until half time and who knows?   The ref instead chose to bottle it in Killarney.

I was actually talking about the time in the second half when Clifford was clearly dragged back just outside the penalty box, and a free was given. Under these new rules surely that's a perfect example of a black card and penalty. Now, the game was long over at that point so it makes no difference, it's just another example of there being no consistency in how this rule is applied. And of course Dessie the gombeen has no notion of it either, as he called that " a perfect decision by the ref".

Missed parts of the first half so I can't remember the incident you're referring to, does sound like a similar case from that description.
Slagging Dessie off about not knowing the rule, but not knowing the rule yourself?
Drag back is not a black card. You have to deliberately bring someone to the ground without playing the ball to warrant the black card.

Not talking about Schtike, but itís often the ones who give out most about the black card who are the ones calling for more black cards to be given. The way the rule is written, the black card is hard to get. Or should be hard to get if reffed correctly.

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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #56 on: July 25, 2021, 10:31:33 PM »
Should that not be a black card and a penalty under the new rules?

Do you mean the Cork player taken clean out of it with a body check in the first half? Def black card. Cork were running through Kerry down the left side. Had the ref correctly issued a black card Cork would prob have pushed their dominance hard up until half time and who knows?   The ref instead chose to bottle it in Killarney.

I was actually talking about the time in the second half when Clifford was clearly dragged back just outside the penalty box, and a free was given. Under these new rules surely that's a perfect example of a black card and penalty. Now, the game was long over at that point so it makes no difference, it's just another example of there being no consistency in how this rule is applied. And of course Dessie the gombeen has no notion of it either, as he called that " a perfect decision by the ref".

Missed parts of the first half so I can't remember the incident you're referring to, does sound like a similar case from that description.

Yes I thought that incident was a black card, not sure it was a penalty as there was plenty around him in fairness, he gave a yellow I think so possibly interpreted it as a foul as he tried to play ball?

As for the other one, he didnít see it and thatís the call of the linesman
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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #57 on: July 26, 2021, 01:30:07 AM »
Should that not be a black card and a penalty under the new rules?

Do you mean the Cork player taken clean out of it with a body check in the first half? Def black card. Cork were running through Kerry down the left side. Had the ref correctly issued a black card Cork would prob have pushed their dominance hard up until half time and who knows?   The ref instead chose to bottle it in Killarney.

I was actually talking about the time in the second half when Clifford was clearly dragged back just outside the penalty box, and a free was given. Under these new rules surely that's a perfect example of a black card and penalty. Now, the game was long over at that point so it makes no difference, it's just another example of there being no consistency in how this rule is applied. And of course Dessie the gombeen has no notion of it either, as he called that " a perfect decision by the ref".

Missed parts of the first half so I can't remember the incident you're referring to, does sound like a similar case from that description.
Slagging Dessie off about not knowing the rule, but not knowing the rule yourself?
Drag back is not a black card. You have to deliberately bring someone to the ground without playing the ball to warrant the black card.

Not talking about Schtike, but itís often the ones who give out most about the black card who are the ones calling for more black cards to be given. The way the rule is written, the black card is hard to get. Or should be hard to get if reffed correctly.
I think you are mistaken Hound,
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ďIf a cynical foul is committed on an attacking player with a goal-scoring opportunity inside the 20-metre line or the semi-circular arc, then a penalty will be awarded to the team affected.Ē A black card and 10-minute sin-bin will also be given.

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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #58 on: July 26, 2021, 06:20:37 AM »
That win for Kerry today was the biggest Munster SFC final win since Kerry beat Clare by 23 points in 1919.

Cork shouldn't be in the championship. Tier 2 or 3 for them.
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Re: Munster Football Championships 2021
« Reply #59 on: July 26, 2021, 09:25:28 AM »
Cork won an All-Ireland U-20 title recently enough, is there anyone who was on that team playing today at all?

Kerry's best players don't get the opportunity to play under 20. So there is an asterisks after that title.

Why would there be an asterisk after that title, all counties play by the same rules they can choose what players they wish.