Tiggs Every yellow card is 10 mins of gametime on the clock, irrespective of when it is.
If the clock is stopped by the ref, then the yellow 10 min clock also stops.
Quite, so overtime does count for the totting up procedure .. however .. does it make any difference after 80 minutes as it can only be one phase of play before the end of the game [excepting penalties] so no matter how much time has elapsed surely the offender cannot return?
OK but I beg to differ. More than once, have seen players get a yellow on, say, 37 minutes of first half which then over runs by several minutes. 4 or 5 even. The player will still have 7 minutes on their yellow when the 2nd half starts.
But that misses the point. Shouldn't the clock have been stopped (and so for the yellow too) whilst all the discussion was going on? Wales player would never have managed to serve his 10 minutes then.
But you have to take into account the WB show. If he had given a pt after the 2nd penalty, none of the future quiz questions would have happened. He tried to involve the 4th off. at one time but he was having none of it
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