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    Last edited by Christy; 3 Weeks Ago at 20:12.

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    Not buying it .

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    Default Re: Red card or not

    Quote Originally Posted by Christy View Post
    Not buying it .
    Why is that?

    How is Dublin this time of the year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    Why is that?

    How is Dublin this time of the year?

    Not sure , hardly ever go there ..
    Putting that aside .
    Not many munster supporters buying it either .

    Yes there was a collision .
    But that happens when a player jumps in the air & into on coming traffic ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christy View Post
    Not sure , hardly ever go there ..
    Putting that aside .
    Not many munster supporters buying it either .

    Yes there was a collision .
    But that happens when a player jumps in the air & into on coming traffic ..
    Or alternatively oncoming traffic runs into man in the air!

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    I think it was a fair call.....
    But other 'calls', I feel, needed to be made earlier in the game.
    Sexton needed a 'chill out period '.
    Last edited by Decorily; 3 Weeks Ago at 22:12.

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    The ball is approx 20 meters in air & falling pretty much above both players .
    Before conway jumps into directional path of opposition .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Decorily View Post
    I think it was a fair call.....
    But other 'calls', I feel, needed to be made earlier in the game.
    Sexton needed a 'chill out period '.
    Following foul play , if a player lands on head / shoulder .
    Guide lines say red card ...
    But there is intentional foul play & reckless play .

    I dont see either here ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christy View Post
    The ball is approx 20 meters in air & falling pretty much above both players .
    Before conway jumps into directional path of opposition .
    That's one way of looking at it alright.
    But was blue really in a viable position to challenge for the ball?

    Maybe if blue had turned his back at the last moment to 'face' the ball the outcome may have been more favourable ( towards blue)!

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