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Kaka gets red card for putting hands on opponent’s face

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24 thoughts on “Kaka gets red card for putting hands on opponent’s face

  1. Video review is not agood idea at all. İt will kill the football. First, you pay lots of money for players, goalkeepers and they can make mistake sometimes. You don't pay much money for refs, but you want them to not make any mistake! The fefs'smistakes the parts of the game naturally. And video review will kill this game.

  2. I think the Imperiale yellow was a great call. You see how Andrew Tarbell came out to claim the ball and would've gotten there ahead of Erick "Cubo" Torres or would've closed down his angle enough to not score. DOGSO yellow.

  3. At 5:30 the foul was before the attacking phase begun, the attacking phase doesn't start until "a team starts the attacking move toward the opposition's penalty area", until Dallas got the ball in the center circle it wasn't the attacking phase because it was a back pass from Columbus.

  4. That penalty in the Columbus Chicago game was a bad call. Simon goes "it's not a 50/50 ball and the keeper goes through him to win the ball" the keeper gets more than finger tips to the ball he gets a full hand to it! And there is no way for the keeper to stop his forward momentum to not go through the striker after getting a full hand on the ball

  5. Refereeing question: if a player commits a foul which the ref would give him a second yellow but calls advantage, and before there is a chance to give the second yellow that player scores a goal then does the goal count? How do u proceed

  6. omfg in all of sports video review is ruining the game. the point of video review is to end the controversy yet it sparks even more controversy! the only time video review is ever useful is to see if the clock expired before the shot or if the ball was snapped before the end of the quarter (which is irrelevant to soccer) not to see if something is offsides (hockey fans can relate) or a foul! you're literally looking at the contact ref can't not call it then go review and say well lookie here, now you're just being an ass. If you have that big of an issue calling things in real time then maybe you should consider changing rules…

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