Drogheda United manager, Tim Clancy, has received an addtional two match ban, to go along with his automatic one game suspension after being red carded in the Drogs game against Sligo.
The extra two matches came because Clancy criticised refereeing standards in the League Of Ireland in a post match with LMFM following the scoreless draw with Sligo.
During the interview, Clancy was highly critical of the refereeing standards within the League, and even suggested he felt like ‘walking away’
He also spoke about particular issues with 4th official Derek Tomney after previous encounters earlier this season.
League officials responded by calling Clancy to a midweek disciplinary hearing, at which it is understood the manager was legally represente
The Trim man has just
recently returned after completing a 3 game ban..
But now, he must sit in the stands for the forthcoming matches against Waterford, St Pats and Finn Harps. However Friday night’s game against Bohs is not covered by the ban.