Referee brandished round pink card in FA Cup


The match referee in yesterday’s FA Cup conflict confused followers after he brandished a round pink card.

It was proven to Sheffield United’s Daniel Jebbison within the 71st minute after he dedicated violent conduct throughout the fourth-round conflict with Wrexham AFC at The Racecourse Floor.

The highly-anticipated conflict was emphatic from begin to end, with the opening objective coming within the second minute and the ultimate objective within the fifth minute of harm time. It ended 3-3 between the in-form Championship facet and Nationwide League high-flyers.

Why was the pink card round?

The round card was later flashed to Jebbison for an off-the-ball incident. There was no VAR within the stadium, so supporters had been bewildered on the incident that led to the sending-off.

Match referee Dean Whitestone pulled out an oval-shaped card and it was later confirmed why – it helps “help” gamers who can not differentiate between the 2 colors, and helped Whitestone distinguish which card he was about to point out.

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