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Questions Are Going To Be Asked Following A Worrying Collision Between Lee Keegan And Eoin Cadogan

Questions Are Going To Be Asked Following A Worrying Collision Between Lee Keegan And Eoin Cadogan
By PJ Browne Updated

It's January. You're 13 points behind in your first league game of the season. Why take a risk with a player - clearly dazed by a collision - when a substition was obviously the most appropriate action?

With 21 minutes remaining between Mayo and Cork, and the Connacht side with virutually zero chance of winning the game, Lee Keegan was allowed to remain on the pitch following a worrying clash with Cork's Eoin Cadogan.

The Cork player was substituted immeditely.

 

A little over 10 minutes after the collision with Cadogan, where it appeared he had sustained a possible concussion, a groggy looking Keegan left the field, escorted by two members of the Mayo backroom team.

 

 
The incident left pretty much everyone watching asking the same question.

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According to Newstalk's Dave McIntyre, who was at the game for the broadcaster, Keegan also had to be helped to the dressing room following the final whistle.


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