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Four-match ban for Tim Clancy

Story by Conall Collier

Thursday, 6th September, 2018 7:07pm

Four-match ban for Tim Clancy

Drogheda United manager Tim Clancy has been handed a four-match ban by the FAI is was revealed today when the 
suspension notices were issued.

There is no information available about what the sever penalty was issued for but Clancy did express his dissatisfaction about some refereeing decisions in a post-match interview following Drogheda's FAI Cup game against waterford two weeks ago.#

That game was in drogheda and the Louth side lost narrowly (0-1).

At the moment Drogheda have two games remaining this season unless they make it into the play-offs so it is possible that Clancy 
could be suspended until next season starts in March.

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