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perfecta
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Just having this debate with someone.

Urs Meier I thought was correct in giving Portugal the free-kick and stop play when Rooney was playing without his boot. According to p.15 of the FIFA rules, it seems he "need" not stop the game though for this type of offence. If he does, he's supposed to caution the player - which I think shouldn't equate to a yellow card. However, the other guy is arguing that he shouldn't have stopped play unless it was to give him a yellow card or send him off. [Confused]

Who's right then?

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Fact of the day: India withdrew from the 1950 world cup after FIFA prohibited playing barefoot.
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