Very true! And to add to that, their first game with the Legion was a tie so probably thought that this would be a tougher challenge than it turned out to be. Perhaps it's not their first rodeo and figured that they hadn't been caught in the past so why not do it again?They probably figured they'd get away with it. How many guys off the other team would you recognize? How many would you know are suspended? I wouldn't have a clue
Worth noting that Billy Lane is their top goal scorer on the year, by far, with 8 goals. With respect to how this works? Good question. I can't really think of any sort of evidence you'd be able to muster up aside from the ref identifying a head shot. Not sure if anyone from Legion is on the forum and has any info. Far as how long this will take, I'm going to set the over under at February 15th, and I'm taking the over. All that being said, be prepared this week to have your head shots looked at in detail!so they played Billy Lane who would of been suspneded after the game vs the Harps under a different card?
Apparently when the ref went to do a second check on ID, the player made a run for it, still wearing the full kit. Sounds clear cutYes usually a BoD meeting...which I believe are Mondays. So whenever the next one is (BoD schedule might get jumbled by holiday break).
Presumably if Legion were smart they would have snapped a photo of the player in question while he was playing?? Without that I guess it comes down to what the referee says and I find it difficult to see them overturning the result based on that. Especially considering that the referee apparently did not see any issue with the original ID check as per the account of events relayed he went back to do a second ID check afterwards.
Who knows how the BoD will rule, trying to predict that is like trying to pick lottery numbers. That said, they have historically VERY RELUCTANT to grant protests....