It has been a strong start to the season for Waterford who've recently been discussed as potential title challengers in the Airtricity League. Having won the First Division last year, Alan Reynolds side have been brilliant so far and currently sit in third, four points off Cork City.
Waterford are currently in action against Dundalk, a game that sees them without Stanley Aborah. Aborah was sent off during Waterford's shock 6-3 defeat against Limerick last week which saw his suspended once again. It comes after Aborah was suspended for six games, reduced to four on appeal, for his part in the brawl against Cork City earlier this year.
Already this year Gavan Holohan, Sander Puri, Bastian Hery and Stanley Aborah (twice) have been sent off for Waterford.
You can see the two-footed challenge that resulted in Aborah's latest red card below at the 0.50-second mark.
Limerick win a madcap game in the RSC against Waterford to lift briefly lift themselves out of the relegation zone pic.twitter.com/6NXpbTPkLi
— Soccer Republic (@SoccRepublic) May 21, 2018
— Soccer Republic (@SoccRepublic) May 18, 2018
What in the good name has happened?? Aborah should easily get jail time for his tackle there, both feet easily a metre off the ground
— Owen Mackey (@Owen_Mac99) May 18, 2018
That's a pathetic tackle from Aborah there. I hope he gets another nice ban for it. #SoccerRepublic
— Johnny Keegan (@JohnnyKeegan) May 21, 2018
Speaking on tonight's Soccer Republic, Stuey Byrne said it is time Alan Reynolds take steps to address the problem, suggesting Aborah could have broken the player's leg.