Tipperary manager Liam Cahill has been suspend for four weeks after his alternation with the match officials on Sunday in the Munster group game at Semple Stadium against John Kiely’s Limerick.
This would mean missing the Waterford game on Sunday and a subsequent Munster Final, if they get there. The ban would see him not allowed any contact with the team on match-day, in any way.
This is a big, big blow for Tipperary, I’d love to know what he actually said to the referee on Sunday that he got hit with such big, big blow.
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If enforced, the suspension would mean he would miss the Waterford game on Sunday and a subsequent Munster Final should Tipperary overcome Waterford on Sunday
— GAA Editz (@Gaa_editz) May 23, 2023
Good to see the GAA coming out strong though, as they have to and make an example that you have to show respect to the referee at all costs.
In the heat of battle words are said. The final few minutes in an intense encounter the heart overtakes the head. I think it’s harsh punishment
I agree with, you I’m a Limerick supporter and the pic of both managers on Sunday after the match, doing the rounds on social media, embodies what the GAA should be about. I hope common sense prevails
The faceless rednosed men are at it again…….time for legal opinion I’d say.