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Just now, Denzel Zanzibar said:

Nah, yellow at best. Don't think it was malicious

Maybe. Just feel that foot was really quite high. Probably just being biased though

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Just now, Denzel Zanzibar said:

Nah, yellow at best. Don't think it was malicious

Aye, he just lost the ball and stretched to pass it. Definite yellow as he's caught him pretty bad but I think that's as much as it is.

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Pack kicked round with his left leg to leave a bit on Sporar's leg after playing for the ball with his right, deliberately endangering an opponent for me he should have gone.

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