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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby dell » Tue May 08, 2018 9:37 am

From the highlights it looks like O'Donnell broke the leg that landed and not the leg that clashed with Arboah. Very innocuous really and while the challange got a yellow it seemed that jarring the landing leg caused the break. The Dundalk lads were looking to play on and the ref had his back to O'Donnell so they didnt expect such a nasty injury until they saw O'Donnell in a lot of distress.



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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby Kezz » Tue May 08, 2018 10:00 am

Johnny Guitar wrote:Cork do



Nope, they don't.

I remember all the media attention this brought to Man Utd in the 90's when they were up to the same thing.

Dundalk should cut it out.

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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby niall_hearty2000 » Tue May 08, 2018 10:02 am

Kezz wrote:What's with this surrounding the referee each time you think you should get a free kick or a man carded. It was the same in Turners Cross. Five and six Dundalk players surrounding the ref each time one of your players get a little tip. Every team foul but don't surround the ref like that.

did you ever watch your own team or does JC that's John Caulfield not Jesus Christ have a team of Saints?
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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby Kezz » Tue May 08, 2018 10:21 am

niall_hearty2000 wrote:
Kezz wrote:What's with this surrounding the referee each time you think you should get a free kick or a man carded. It was the same in Turners Cross. Five and six Dundalk players surrounding the ref each time one of your players get a little tip. Every team foul but don't surround the ref like that.

did you ever watch your own team or does JC that's John Caulfield not Jesus Christ have a team of Saints?



I don't think any team can call themselves saints but I do know that Dundalk are the only team in the league I have ever seen surround the ref throughout a game for every single foul on one of their players.

Every teams fouls, they win frees and get on with it. What are your players looking for? Trying to get players booked, I'd imagine.

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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby White Horse » Tue May 08, 2018 10:39 am

Kezz wrote:
I don't think any team can call themselves saints but I do know that Dundalk are the only team in the league I have ever seen surround the ref throughout a game for every single foul on one of their players.

Every teams fouls, they win frees and get on with it. What are your players looking for? Trying to get players booked, I'd imagine.

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That is a lie.

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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby Louth4sam » Tue May 08, 2018 10:41 am

White Horse wrote:
Kezz wrote:
I don't think any team can call themselves saints but I do know that Dundalk are the only team in the league I have ever seen surround the ref throughout a game for every single foul on one of their players.

Every teams fouls, they win frees and get on with it. What are your players looking for? Trying to get players booked, I'd imagine.

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That is a lie.


The lad is obviously on a wind up as Cork are as bad as anyone. Good to see nobody is biting.
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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby Johnny Guitar » Tue May 08, 2018 11:21 am

Kezz wrote:
Johnny Guitar wrote:Cork do



Nope, they don't.



Yes they do and Cork should cut it out
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Postby Uriel » Tue May 08, 2018 11:27 am

No Cork never surround the ref. First two games I seen them on TV this season two players actually laid hands on the ref and no action taken

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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby Ezeikial » Tue May 08, 2018 12:14 pm

Kezz wrote:What's with this surrounding the referee each time you think you should get a free kick or a man carded. It was the same in Turners Cross. Five and six Dundalk players surrounding the ref each time one of your players get a little tip. Every team foul but don't surround the ref like that.


Like when the Cork players went ballistic around the referee in Oriel Park when Chvedukas fouled Griffin for not putting the ball out of play because of an injury?

Or when several Cork players buffeted the referee in a scrum around the Alan Bennett/David Webster incident in Cork V Shamrock Rovers EA Sports Cup spat last season?

Is it really possible that you are blind to the fact Cork regularly surround the ref?
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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby Ezeikial » Tue May 08, 2018 12:57 pm

Dundalk FC 'boss Kenny harbours hopes of O'Donnell return this season after leg break 'catastrophe'
THE 'SKIPPER IS DUE TO UNDERGO SURGERY IN THE COMING DAYS

Dundalk FC manager Stephen Kenny has called the leg break sustained by captain Stephen O’Donnell during Friday night’s league defeat to Waterford FC “a catastrophe”, but is refusing to rule out the midfielder from returning to action this season.

The 32-year-old sustained a broken tibia in his right leg shortly before half-time in the 2-1 loss at the RSC and is due for surgery in the coming days, once the specialist knee surgeon becomes available.

It is the second major injury that O'Donnell has suffered at the club having damaged the cruciate ligaments in his left knee in April 2014, only to return later in the year and inspire the Lilywhites to the league title.

“It’s a massive blow to Stephen and the team, but especially to Stephen himself,” Kenny told The Dundalk Democrat on Sunday.

“It’s just one of those catastrophes for him to break his leg like that. It’s a really bitter pill to swallow. It was just a freak situation because he hasn’t had a problem with that leg before.

“Everyone’s very disappointed for Stephen personally. I know how hard he works, and how dedicated and focused he is. He’s a terrific footballer. But I still have a strong feeling that he’ll have a big impact on our season.”

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Postby magarnagle » Tue May 08, 2018 2:15 pm

Lads don't feed the troll FFS

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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby Kezz » Tue May 08, 2018 2:35 pm

Ezeikial wrote:
Kezz wrote:What's with this surrounding the referee each time you think you should get a free kick or a man carded. It was the same in Turners Cross. Five and six Dundalk players surrounding the ref each time one of your players get a little tip. Every team foul but don't surround the ref like that.


Like when the Cork players went ballistic around the referee in Oriel Park when Chvedukas fouled Griffin for not putting the ball out of play because of an injury?

Or when several Cork players buffeted the referee in a scrum around the Alan Bennett/David Webster incident in Cork V Shamrock Rovers EA Sports Cup spat last season?

Is it really possible that you are blind to the fact Cork regularly surround the ref?



You mean when Chvedukas tried to end our players career? I think that foul warranted our players surrounding the ref. The player should have got red. Why should City put the ball out of play when a Dundalk player is feigning injury, while we are 1-0 down with only minutes to go.

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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby dundalkfc1903 » Tue May 08, 2018 3:52 pm

Kezz wrote: I think that foul warranted our players surrounding the ref.

That's sums up Cork perfectly. 'it's only OK when we do it'

It is never OK to try to intimidate referees. I assume you are a teenager Kezz. Grow up kid.

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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby Kezz » Tue May 08, 2018 4:22 pm

dundalkfc1903 wrote:
Kezz wrote: I think that foul warranted our players surrounding the ref.

That's sums up Cork perfectly. 'it's only OK when we do it'

It is never OK to try to intimidate referees. I assume you are a teenager Kezz. Grow up kid.



Dundalk do it throughout every game. Why would you presume I'm a teenager? Is it because you don't like hearing the truth?

You must not be reading some of the stuff being posted by your own fans back along. We are all teens then.

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Re: Waterford V Dundalk | Fri 4 May | 7.45pm | RSC

Postby Ezeikial » Tue May 08, 2018 4:38 pm

It's actually possible that this lad could believe his own propaganda. Alternatively we could simply be trolling.
His previous post history indicates the latter.

Either way he is clearly not interested in a discussion, just in a reaction.

As L4S and Magarnagle have already wisely suggested, he is probably best ignored
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