I get why a manager might ask his players to get in the faces off their opponents, force them into errrors, lay a mark etc…but that’s usually to a weaker team about to play the much better opponents.
In Mayo’s case - unless there’s a genuine bad blood with Galway - it’s just bringing unwanted attention and suspensions.
And the media have a habit of turning. All it takes is for an incident to be flagged up on TSG, and you’re under the microscope.
If Mayo get into a scrape with Dublin, I imagine they’ll get the rap.