The former Mayo footballer David Brady is now managing Meath club side Ratoath and the 48 year old manager was involved in another sideline clash with one of the Rhode players in the Leinster club quarter-final.
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BRADY INVOLVED IN ANOTHER BUST-UP🥊
Just a few weeks after being shown a red card in the Meath SFC which was later rescinded. Mayo man David Brady was involved in yet another scuffle following his Ratoath side win over Rhode😅 pic.twitter.com/Tve99bIehF
— GAA Editz (@Gaa_editz) November 6, 2022
There were two moments in the course of the game where these altercations happened.
The first flashpoint happened deep in stoppage time, with Rhode rushing to take a quick sideline ball in the vicinity of Brady’s technical area.
Even after the full-time whistle, there was still time for an angry sequel, Rhode’s frustration and anger again encapsulated by a second Sullivan push.
You got to love the passion of the GAA, as long as things don’t get too out of hand.. The Ratoath manager will only be delighted to go through to the next round of the football championship.