Newry City FC thank IFA following appeal success

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Tuesday, March 20th, 2012
Newry City FC have thanked the Irish Football Association following their decision to reinstate the club into the Irish Cup. Newry Times reported last night that City were to face Linfield in the semi-finals of the cup following a sensational u-turn from the Football Association, who initially rejected Newry’s appeal on the eligibility of Ballymena United’s Alan Davidson. In a club statement, Newry City said, “Newry City Football Club would like to thank the IFA’s Appeals Board for hearing and upholding our Appeal this evening (March 19) against the Irish FA Challenge Cup Committee’s decision to dismiss the clubs protest over the eligibility of Ballymena United FC’s Alan Davidson in the JJB Sports Irish Cup Quarter-Final game on Saturday March 3, 2012.” “We believe that this is the correct decision not only for football and the Challenge Cup, but also to uphold the integrity of the game. The club would like to thank our Chairman, Management Committee and John Turley of Tughans Solicitors for all their hard work in stating our case to the Appeals Board and we now look forward to facing Linfield in the Semi-Final of the JJB Sports Irish Cup on Saturday March 31.” What are your thoughts on the success of the appeal? Will you be attending the semi-final on the 31st of March? Get in touch with Newry Times by commenting below. Related Articles: Newry City FC reinstated to Irish Cup following successful appeal to IFA Newry board confirm Irish Cup appeal City to make Irish Cup appeal following IFA decision
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2 Comments for “Newry City FC thank IFA following appeal success”

  1. Paul

    The only thing Newry is going to get from this game is a percentage of the gate money. Linfield are going to hammer them.

  2. Fuk up hack of Linfield more like shitfield, mon the brook nd mon th newry boys woop woop

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