Mr. Albany suggests "no cards at all".
DA, can you elaborate further - your philosophy, reasoning, etc.? I did
not see the UEFA final scenario and what/why the ref (apparently)
But had the ref waited and allowed the score AND then ejected the
keeper, he likely would have been excoriated by the likes of Blatter,
even though that is the correct response. The ref himself even stated
that had he waited, he would have awarded the goal and given a caution,
just as Mr Albany states.
> [If no other misconduct took place] If a goal is scored (by same
> his/her team mate) do not
> use cards at all. Your cards will backfire on you.
> The UEFA final case is a classic example of "NO CARDS" necessary.
> Herr Sepp Blatter was mad at the referee ... he blasted him in public.
> The ref (apparently) did acknowledge hius error.