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Tevor

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the var has change multiple card decisions .
surely this comes under that . in that broxson committed a yellow card foul, his second .that should of seen him get a red card .
i'd put a red bill ($20) on the table anyday of the week on. if it was a mariner .this is precisely what would of happened .
Pretty sure VAR can only be involved in red cards and not yellow, therefore there is no way this could have been changed during the match and they very rarely change yellows after the match unless it is the wrong person recorded etc. Totally agree this should have been Broxham's second yellow but that grub always gets away with cheap shots.
 

true believer

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Pretty sure VAR can only be involved in red cards and not yellow, therefore there is no way this could have been changed during the match and they very rarely change yellows after the match unless it is the wrong person recorded etc. Totally agree this should have been Broxham's second yellow but that grub always gets away with cheap shots.
tonyik had a yellow rescinded v the piss ants
and in broxhams case it becomes a red card fowl .
clearly it involves a red card incident
 

turbo

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tonyik had a yellow rescinded v the piss ants
and in broxhams case it becomes a red card fowl .
clearly it involves a red card incident
Second yellow to red is not a VAR area to get involved, it just doesn’t work like that. Straight red only plus some other things like mistaken identity. VAR can’t do anything about the Silvera one, it could be appealed after but not a sure thing.
 

true believer

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Second yellow to red is not a VAR area to get involved, it just doesn’t work like that. Straight red only plus some other things like mistaken identity. VAR can’t do anything about the Silvera one, it could be appealed after but not a sure thing.
whats the letter of the law ? as ,as you say it's a red card incident involving mistaken identity.
 

Kilsin

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Second yellow to red is not a VAR area to get involved, it just doesn’t work like that. Straight red only plus some other things like mistaken identity. VAR can’t do anything about the Silvera one, it could be appealed after but not a sure thing.
Isn't issuing a yellow to a player that gets his ankle stomped on with studs by an opposing team's player a mistaken identity?

I'm failing to see in what universe he could have been booked for anything when he was the one fouled. Imagine he received a broken ankle from that and a card, and nothing can be done about it!? lol
 

turbo

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whats the letter of the law ? as ,as you say it's a red card incident involving mistaken identity.
Isn't issuing a yellow to a player that gets his ankle stomped on with studs by an opposing team's player a mistaken identity?
Mistaken identity isn’t getting the call wrong it’s giving the wrong player on the offending team the caution or send off. Like pointing out the wrong player if someone gives the ref a spray or a dangerous tackle in a congested area.
 

Kilsin

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Mistaken identity isn’t getting the call wrong it’s giving the wrong player on the offending team the caution or send off. Like pointing out the wrong player if someone gives the ref a spray or a dangerous tackle in a congested area.
Ok, thanks for clearing it up, mate. Still shit, though...
 

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