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Saturday, May 10, 2008
Surprising insight

Something that i thought was bound to happen has happened. Why this again wasn't considered as part of the decision was a surprise.

Well, maybe not.

In football games (soccer to my US readers), if a referee decided that you've made some misconduct, you might either get a yellow card, or worse, a red card.

I remembered Roy Keane being one of those that were always on a short fuse.

At times, the referee will make the decision based on the notoriety of the player. He would send off the player rather than risking the scenario of retaliation from the player, and risking injuries to other players.

Now, in this case that i'm talking about, i wonder what will happen.

posted by Jonathan at 1:09 AM | Permalink |