Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 3 Nov 2019.
Well it's hanging somewhere within his sock...
beginning of the thread
yes just noticed myself
The ref had a yellow out VAR changed to red the official statement released , they say: “The red card for Son was for endangering the safety of a player which happened as a consequence of his initial challenge. The tackle did not break the leg it got stuck in turf and he fell awkward which caused break ..the red was harsh in my opinion
Just found a replacement, I'll see if there's better footage out there
I correct the part sayin VAR made decision it was not sent to VAR the ref changed to red when he seen the extent of the damage
Was it a red?
Rate agree for yes..
disagree for no..
I don't think it was a red myself..
no but he would have been subbed straight away the state he was in
Unfortunately these things sometimes happen in football.
No player at that level sets out to commit a tackle that results in an injury like that.
Technically the ref is right to send him off because, even though it’s not a typical horror challenge, he still deliberately fouls the player and the injury was caused as a result of Son’s tackle.
Either way, who cares? All that matters is that hopefully the young man will recover and one day resume his career.
no one sets out to really hurt anyone except
He’s exempt though due to the following criteria:
1. Small man syndrome.
Been over ruled on apoeal .It was never a red for me. Replays show he dislocated his ankle between the 2 challenges. He's had surgery and is back home. Good news for him.
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