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12 minutes ago, Paul01 said:

Here is section from IFAB 

CAUTIONS FOR UNSPORTING BEHAVIOUR

There are different circumstances when a player must be cautioned for unsporting behaviour including if a player:

attempts to deceive the referee e.g. by feigning injury or pretending to have been fouled (simulation)

changes places with the goalkeeper during play or without the referee’s permission

commits in a reckless manner a direct free kick offence

handles the ball to interfere with or stop a promising attackcommits a foul which interferes with or stops a promising attack except where the referee awards a penalty kick for an offence which was an attempt to play the ball

denies an opponent an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by an offence which was an attempt to play the ball and the referee awards a penalty kick

handles the ball in an attempt to score a goal (whether or not the attempt is successful) or in an unsuccessful attempt to prevent a goal

makes unauthorised marks on the field of play

plays the ball when leaving the field of play after being given permission to leave

shows a lack of respect for the game

uses a deliberate trick to pass the ball (including from a free kick) to the goalkeeper with the head, chest, knee etc. to circumvent the Law, whether or not the goalkeeper touches the ball with the hands

verbally distracts an opponent during play or at a restart

Based on that, Roux should have got a yellow for inspiring behavior.

 Really!? Doesn't this happen every match?

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1 minute ago, Edinburgh said:

 Really!? Doesn't this happen every match?

No, in the context of yellow cards, it means like if you flick it up in the air yourself then head it to keeper, or you get the ball at your feet, then chip it to a team-mate who then heads it back to the keeper.

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9 minutes ago, mack said:

No, in the context of yellow cards, it means like if you flick it up in the air yourself then head it to keeper, or you get the ball at your feet, then chip it to a team-mate who then heads it back to the keeper.

Ludicrous.

I recall when the rule first came in, one of the players at my club got a card for that (red?). He had a poor disciplinary record and we had impressed on him the need to change his ways.  We didn't understand why he was carded and appealed on his behalf on the basis of using skill and entertaining,  and we succeeded. After that he sorted himself out and never got in trouble again.

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Just now, Edinburgh said:

Ludicrous.

I recall when the rule first came in, one of the players at my club got a card for that (red?). He had a poor disciplinary record and we had impressed on him the need to change his ways.  We didn't understand why he was carded and appealed on his behalf on the basis of using skill and entertaining,  and we succeeded. After that he sorted himself out and never got in trouble again.

The rule you are talking about was more about a player who gets on hands and knees and heads it back to the keeper. This was the example shown from a game played in France at a grassroots refs meeting I attended.  

The bigger point is that Roux was was guilty of unsportsmanlike conduct and should have got a second yellow.

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9 hours ago, hughsey said:

I swear they do that just to piss people off. Last season they had the canteen behind the rbb closed so they were checking people through the little gate set up to divide the different areas of the stadium, to get to the main one. As I walked through the gate I told the bloke I’d be coming back with drinks and food and asked if he could remember me, to which he said sure thing. 10 mins later I walk back and he plays dumb and asks to see my card. Wouldn’t hold anything for me either, just watched as I struggled to put everything down on the ground and get my pass out and then he didn’t even look at it properly. 

That is one thing I dont get, so they have a ton of tables outside while they check your bags, so why not after everyone is in put one of those tables near the entrances to each concourse so you can put your expensive **** tasting food and drink down to get your pass out if they have to see it, it isnt rocket science is it, it would take 1 minute if they did one each. 

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10 hours ago, lloydy136 said:

Was a much better performance.

Mistakes were still made but effort to win the ball straight back was much much better.

We created enough chances to win 3 games and frustratingly only managed to score the pen. Riera just HAS to put that header away.

Thought ABJ ran the game- created 3-4 clear excellent chances and buried the pen. I know others disagree but i think he is the player we should be building around for next year.

Great to see Tate Russell do so well. As i posted on match thread - as a young fella on the hill at win stadium i watched his old man play for the steelers. He was a great player and a great guy (met him a couple of times back then). Great to see those pics of dad congratulating  Tate's after the game. Sell risdon and play him every game for the rest of the year!

Who in their right mind is anti-Baumjohann? Our most consistent player this season & one that is certainly worth retaining as you say Lloydy as a base to build on next season.

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45 minutes ago, ManfredSchaefer said:

Who in their right mind is anti-Baumjohann? Our most consistent player this season & one that is certainly worth retaining as you say Lloydy as a base to build on next season.

Everyone agrees he's a good player, not sure he's a certain foundation to build around. 

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