Ben O’Keeffe Shares Instagram Crime After Ireland In Australia | Tech Reddy

Ben O’Keeffe Shares Instagram Crime After Ireland In Australia

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Ben O’Keeffe, the referee for yesterday’s Autumn Nations Series match between Ireland and Australia, took to Instagram to share the many hateful messages he received after the game.

“You have no idea that everyone thinks you’re funny,” one user began. “Take a moment to sit back and think about it … you destroyed people’s dreams last night … players and fans … I really hope you stop … it’s a challenge you know you have it. ….shame on the game.”

“You kill me,” wrote another user.

“I’m so embarrassed to have you represent my game, you don’t know what the rules are,” added another.

It appears to be a regular practice for officials, and O’Keeffe is celebrating at a time when there is a lot of talk about the treatment of referees in the game, especially after Rassie Erasmus’ critical tweets.

Many have argued that Erasmus’s tweets helped to poison the referees, and his last tweet on the matter, in which he said that his tweets did not target the officials, seemed to be negative after O’Keeffe’s Instagram stories.

Ben O’Keeffe Damage After Ireland – Australia

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The most controversial part of the Ireland – Australia game focused on Nic White, who was allowed to return to the field after his HIA assessment, despite tripping on the field several times.

However, the Wallaby scrumhalf insisted the doctors’ call was correct.

“The physio took me to do HIA, I loved it.

“I passed my HIA and I’m back. I remember everything, the day is clear, I’m fine. I’m fine.

“I passed my HIA and I’m good to go.

“Being very confident, I did the HIA and I passed it.

“Like, I’m 78kg – running with these guys, guys I’m fine now. You can show it.
“The process, I did the HIA and passed. I’m good.

“How many times have I run in the corner from the line and I’ve been beaten by three teams.

“I’m small, I’m good mate.”

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