Case Study: What’s Wrong With This Picture?, Vol 6

The video clip below is from a Premier League match between Sunderland and Manchester United on 5 October 2013.  Without being too specific, there is a problem in the video.  Can you spot it?

Stumped?  Here’s a hint.

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17 thoughts on “Case Study: What’s Wrong With This Picture?, Vol 6

  1. Card procedure is record, then issue (preferably when the player is standing) and a whistle is required for a restart after issuing a card.

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    1. That isn`t always the case. I have given many cards where there could be a retaliation if I take my time. At a certain level, this chance increases.

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  2. The referee was way too far away from the play when the foul happened.
    Also, he yellow carded the blue player, but let them take the kick.

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