Warrenpoint Town FC to pursue arbitration

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Saturday, May 28th, 2016
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Warrenpoint Town FC have released a statement stating their intention to pusue Sports Arbitration. wpointThe ‘Point spoke to Newry Times about the club’s shock that the IFA decided in a hearing last week into Carrick Rangers, to ‘let them off’. The 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. This weekend’s statement read, “This morning Warrenpoint Town Football Club received the decision of the Irish Football Association Appeals Committee which is dated the 26th May. “We are disappointed that they refused to hear our appeal even though they acknowledge in their press statement (18th May) that their decision had wider implications.
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May June 2016 updatedThe statement added, “The board have agreed to go to the next stage which is to pursue Sports Arbitration.” More on this story: Warrenpoint Town FC ‘shocked’ at IFA decision on Carrick Rangers

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