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GingerNut 8:04 Thu Jan 24
Getting booked twice?
Last night's Burton V City game, one of the City youngsters went steaming into a Burton player, using his right leg to tackle from behind, then he brought his left leg round to kick the bloke, just to make sure he was fouled good and proper. Amazingly, the ref did not issue a card, but it got me thinking that both of those actions should have been a yellow, and combined a straight red. Have we even seen a ref brandish 2 yellows for a 2 phase foul. No nor me.

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arsene york-hunt 12:04 Fri Jan 25
Re: Getting booked twice?
Carlos Tevez V 4X2s took off his shirt (Yellow) and went into the crowd (Yellow) should he have been sent off.

Long Lost 12:00 Fri Jan 25
Re: Getting booked twice?
Didn’t Repka get booked twice in a minute for dissent without the ball being in play?

Sven Roeder 8:53 Thu Jan 24
Re: Getting booked twice?
Tackle from behind - RED
Kicking the bloke - RED

Should have been sent off twice
6 game ban

Must have borrowed Vincent KOMPANY’s immunity card that means he can never be sent off no matter how reckless he tackles

twoleftfeet 8:48 Thu Jan 24
Re: Getting booked twice?
I sent a player off this season for deliberately handling the ball and then kicking the ball away when I blew my whistle for the initial offence. He said you can’t do that, I said I can 👍

gph 8:43 Thu Jan 24
Re: Getting booked twice?
Closest is booking for foul, followed by booking for dissent.

Like Ray Stewart after Paul Walsh's penalty-winning* dive at Anfield in 1986...

*And probably Championship-winning

Far Cough 8:11 Thu Jan 24
Re: Getting booked twice?
You mean like Everton's cunt McCarthy tackle on Payet?

mallard 8:06 Thu Jan 24
Re: Getting booked twice?
Don’t think it’s possible in a single incident





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