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    Doidge red card appealed

    Per the official website.

    Although I thought it was an accident at the time, and still do, I also can't see enough for the panel to overturn it.

    Might be a tactic to have Doidge available for Saturday as there's little time for the appeal to be heard. We'd then get Boyle back so would only be down one player in each of our next three games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyrie View Post
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    Per the official website.

    Although I thought it was an accident at the time, and still do, I also can't see enough for the panel to overturn it.

    Might be a tactic to have Doidge available for Saturday as there's little time for the appeal to be heard. We'd then get Boyle back so would only be down one player in each of our next three games.
    Think it's definitely just so he is available for Saturday.

    I'm the same, don't think it was deliberate at all. But no chance it's getting overturned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyrie View Post
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    Per the official website.

    Although I thought it was an accident at the time, and still do, I also can't see enough for the panel to overturn it.

    Might be a tactic to have Doidge available for Saturday as there's little time for the appeal to be heard. We'd then get Boyle back so would only be down one player in each of our next three games.
    Would say thatís 100% the reason, Saturdays game suits Doidge more than Boyle, and vice-versa next Wednesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnM1875 View Post
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    Think it's definitely just so he is available for Saturday.

    I'm the same, don't think it was deliberate at all. But no chance it's getting overturned.
    Seems to be saying if appeal upheld he will miss Saints game so assume it will be held tomorrow

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    No problem with the appeal from the club, the system is what it is so **** it, if we win and he scores itís well worth it.
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    No chance it's getting over turned.

    Ridiculous behaviour from him

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    I think the appeal will rest the initial challenge being fine and then the push with the studs being as much the Ross County player advancing as Christian kicking out. Perhaps say it was a natural reaction to avoid being push over and particularly if that was his injured leg

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    Itís was a clear red card, Iím struggling to see how we can get this overturned.

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    If the appeal was on the basis that it might not be heard till next week, fine. If not it is a waste of money.
    Thereís no way it wasnít a red.

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    Was a red card should accept it and move on unless makes him available for Saturday then good idea with Boyle back the following week

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimBHibees View Post
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    Seems to be saying if appeal upheld he will miss Saints game so assume it will be held tomorrow
    Yeah, looks like you're right. In that case strange appeal if you ask me.

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    No chance of winning this, I take it there are no additional penalties for frivolous appeals?

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    No chance of winning it but it's a smart move so he can play on Saturday.

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    There's absolutely no danger of this being overturned, it was a blatant red card.

    I'd be interested to hear Hibs' basis for the appeal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakedmanoncrack View Post
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    No chance of winning this, I take it there are no additional penalties for frivolous appeals?
    I think there can be.

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    I think the appeal will rest the initial challenge being fine and then the push with the studs being as much the Ross County player advancing as Christian kicking out. Perhaps say it was a natural reaction to avoid being push over and particularly if that was his injured leg
    Ross County player advancing doesnít cause Doidge to straighten his leg and try to take the boy. It was a ridiculous kick-out and itís a ridiculous appeal.

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    Ross County player advancing doesnít cause Doidge to straighten his leg and try to take the boy. It was a ridiculous kick-out and itís a ridiculous appeal.
    Ridiculous is rather exaggerated - it costs £1k, next to nothing. Just about anything can be argued with decent lawyers as weíve seen in the past. If it means he can play this weekend (no idea if itís fast tracked or not) then even enter.

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    Ridiculous is rather exaggerated - it costs £1k, next to nothing. Just about anything can be argued with decent lawyers as weíve seen in the past. If it means he can play this weekend (no idea if itís fast tracked or not) then even enter.
    You have to assume that Hibs have been told that any appeal hearing would take place next week and he'll be free to play against St Johnstone.

    Otherwise it is a ridiculous appeal in my opinion as there's no chance this is being overturned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnM1875 View Post
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    Think it's definitely just so he is available for Saturday.

    I'm the same, don't think it was deliberate at all. But no chance it's getting overturned.
    Waste of time and money

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibbysam View Post
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    Ridiculous is rather exaggerated - it costs £1k, next to nothing. Just about anything can be argued with decent lawyers as weíve seen in the past. If it means he can play this weekend (no idea if itís fast tracked or not) then even enter.
    Itís not exaggerated but it is only my opinion - itís ridiculous because everyone knows he deserved to be sent off. Iíd rather we just admitted both players acted stupidly and moved on from an awful night.

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    I see Aberdeen failed in the Ojo appeal. Only ground is for mistaken identity.
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    I see Aberdeen failed in the Ojo appeal. Only ground is for mistaken identity.
    They were trying to appeal a yellow card as opposed to a red card.

    A yellow card can only be appealed on the grounds of simulation or mistaken identity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    Itís not exaggerated but it is only my opinion - itís ridiculous because everyone knows he deserved to be sent off. Iíd rather we just admitted both players acted stupidly and moved on from an awful night.
    For £1k Iíd appeal absolutely every single red card in the off chance the ref has made an arse of the process, the panel have an off day, anything really. Itís never going to be added to, itís only ever £1k and for me that makes it worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    I see Aberdeen failed in the Ojo appeal. Only ground is for mistaken identity.
    Aberdeen never appealed, they were advised that they had no grounds to appeal as there was no mistaken identity, which would have meant they would need to put forward the correct player.

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    Itís a blatant red unfortunately IMO. The initial challenge no, but the kick out afterwards is a red.

    Hopefully the appeal ensures he can play on Saturday.

    Does the losing of an appeal mean he misses an extra game?

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    Itís a blatant red unfortunately IMO. The initial challenge no, but the kick out afterwards is a red.

    Hopefully the appeal ensures he can play on Saturday.

    Does the losing of an appeal mean he misses an extra game?
    Nah - no games added for losing appeal.

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    Was there not a point in the 90ís when a Hibs player was sent off
    Iím sure it was Yogi Hunter or Willie Miller
    We appealed as we were down to the bare bones of a team over the Xmas period
    Iím pretty sure the appeal panel went and sat on the Friday and the appeal was thrown out

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    Quote Originally Posted by darwenhibby View Post
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    Was there not a point in the 90ís when a Hibs player was sent off
    Iím sure it was Yogi Hunter or Willie Miller
    We appealed as we were down to the bare bones of a team over the Xmas period
    Iím pretty sure the appeal panel went and sat on the Friday and the appeal was thrown out
    I never ever knew you got appeal panels back in those days 😃

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzVF...b_channel=SPFL

    I have a sympathy for Doidge on this one.
    He is not expecting the defenders presence as he turns.
    Look at his body position at 3:01 in the above clip.
    Both feet are off the ground and he is leaning back and the defenders body movement is forward.
    I think Hibs will be arguing some sort of natural body mechanics defence i.e. with both feet off the ground and leaning back his body naturally and involuntarily kicks out in an attempt to gain traction as it feels it is falling backwards.
    Watch it and see what you think.
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