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Random football question. 12:11 - Oct 6 with 297 viewsMattinLondon

After watching the Spurs V Man U match. If a player obviously feigns injury after a slight push on him, can he still be booked whilst still sending the perpetrator off straight for violent conduct?
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Random football question. on 12:18 - Oct 6 with 269 viewsSuperblue95

That’s exactly what happened in that match isn’t it? Or am I misunderstanding your post?

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Random football question. on 12:18 - Oct 6 with 271 viewsuefacup81

I suppose the problem there is that it becomes a very subjective arena.

How does one judge what an appropriate reaction is, or how much any sort of physical contact hurt?

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Random football question. on 12:20 - Oct 6 with 261 viewsMattinLondon

Random football question. on 12:18 - Oct 6 by Superblue95

That’s exactly what happened in that match isn’t it? Or am I misunderstanding your post?


Was he booked as well? I didn’t realise...thought the Spurs player was sent off and that was all.

Or was the Man Utd player booked as he also sort of lashed out first.
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Random football question. on 12:22 - Oct 6 with 254 viewsuefacup81

Random football question. on 12:20 - Oct 6 by MattinLondon

Was he booked as well? I didn’t realise...thought the Spurs player was sent off and that was all.

Or was the Man Utd player booked as he also sort of lashed out first.


My understanding was that Lamela was booked for his part in the scuffle, rather than his reaction?

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Random football question. on 12:28 - Oct 6 with 245 viewsMattinLondon

Random football question. on 12:18 - Oct 6 by uefacup81

I suppose the problem there is that it becomes a very subjective arena.

How does one judge what an appropriate reaction is, or how much any sort of physical contact hurt?


I suppose in super slow-mo everything always looks worse or intentional. But often, it’s easy to spot overreaction just like it is to spot an obvious dive.
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Random football question. on 13:33 - Oct 6 with 172 viewsGarv

Random football question. on 12:18 - Oct 6 by uefacup81

I suppose the problem there is that it becomes a very subjective arena.

How does one judge what an appropriate reaction is, or how much any sort of physical contact hurt?


There's very little that is likely to be done on a football pitch that will provoke a reaction like Lamela's, in my opinion.

For me, once a referee sees a player rolling around like that you should pretty much know he's trying to have you on, especially when it's someone like Lamela.

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