The Tipp boss received the red card in the match against Limerick
Tipperary are said to be reviewing the punishment proposed for hurling manager Liam Cahill.
He's set to have no involvement in their next two games after a 4-week ban was suggested by the Central Competitions Control Committee .
Cahill's been punished for comments made towards linesman James Owens in last weekend's drawn game with Limerick.
The Tipp boss received the red card from referee Seán Stack near the end of match last weekend.
If the ban is upheld, Cahill can have no involvement before or during Tipperary's game with Waterford, nor a potential Munster final appearance.