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QPR v Leeds

RustyRef

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Staff member
Without VAR that is extremely difficult to give. The referee might be able to see the first touch but it happened so quickly he can be forgiven for not seeing it, and has no chance of seeing the second touch as he's looking through Wells's body. Active assistant has even less chance as he has an attacking and defending player blocking his view.

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alexv

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Level 7 Referee
The 🙄 emoji wasn’t directed at the ref (I agree it’s VERY hard to spot in real time), it was aimed at the cheeky tweet
 

PinnerPaul

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Level 7 Referee
And? Are you suggesting that warrants some sort of 'black' card? On the field of play, there is nothing a referee can do beyond a red card.
?????? - No not all - I was replying to those who wondered why Cameron was so upset - none of us know what he said so hardly in a position to criticise or not his yellow card. Interesting that another Leeds player was also shown yellow card before play restarted - also presumably because of something he said.
 

PinnerPaul

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Level 7 Referee
Lovely letter from an R's fan to Jack Harrison!!
Dear Mr Hernandes,

I have always admired you as a player but given your great interest in refereeing matters displayed during the recent match with QPR, may I suggest you consider hanging up your boots and taking up the whistle!;)
 
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