Warrenpoint Town FC ‘shocked’ at IFA decision on Carrick Rangers

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Thursday, May 19th, 2016
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Warrenpoint Town FC has released a statement stating that the club is ‘shocked’ that the IFA has decided in a hearing into Carrick Rangers, to ‘let them off’. wpointThe IFA Disciplinary Committee decided not to enforce any sanction on Carrick following a hearing into their manager’s touchline ban. Carrick could have faced a three point deduction. A statement today from Warrenpoint Town read; “The board of Warrenpoint Town FC have read the IFA Disciplinary Committee determination regarding the breach of Article 23.1 of the IFA Disciplinary Code by the Carrick Rangers FC Manager. “We are shocked that the IFA having found Carrick guilty fail to implement the requisite admonishment as per established rules and deciding to let them off, despite being guilty, seems to contradict the IFA’s obligation to apply objectivity
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May June 2016 updatedThe statement added, “The board will be meeting soon to discuss further this mater and the complaint we formally raised surrounding eligibility which is in abeyance.”

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  1. Colman Rooney

    Somethings never change why do we bother. Because we love the game from retired newry city chairman Colman Rooney

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