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    Default Re: ENG SCO Farrell again

    Shoulder to head.

    Red card. Everything that happened was within Farrell's control. He does this shit too often for it to be an accident. He's long been a snidey wee ****.
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    I thought the commentators (on ITV) were hopelessly one-eyed, refusing to see even the slightest hint of a PK. If that had been the other way round I felt they would have been pushing for a RC !

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    Commentators on my feed (Rory Lawson and someone) were calling for a card
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    Default Re: ENG SCO Farrell again

    For me - it wasn't late but there was no attempt to wrap and somewhat high (not 100% clear that there was direct contact to head)
    YC and penalty at the place of the infringement

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    Default Re: ENG SCO Farrell again

    First glance out of corner of my eye, my gut reaction was late, I appreciate the referees comments about bracing for impact, but, surely, if he has time to adjust (after all he was going for a fair and legal tackle so he would have had his arms up and ready to wrap?) to protect himself then he either had time to not make contact, or indeed was late.

    I was expecting a card - or play on, don't think there's a middle ground, and agree the end communication was poor

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