Not that I can be bothered. Any EPL game I've seen this season with any off the ball incident = red card. Sure we'll see the same in europa and champions league this season. No way Morellas gets away with kicking someone off the ball in the europa league.
I'm ok with us interpreting rules differently and don't want to see reds dished out for minor petulance, but encouraging violence off the ball, while punishing players like dicker genuinely trying to play football is idiotic. We are in the ridiculous position that had dicker did the exact same thing off the ball its a yellow, yet you bring the ball into it and it's a red?
Broadfoot's not just stating why the panel decided what they did, he's also saying they are right! Which is mental. He's also wrong in the point he makes re precedent. As somebody else says - it's encouraging the wrong behaviours and leading to ridiculous scenarios.
Think it was broadfoot defending the Aberdeen red card at the weekend for the 'last man' foul on Brophy at the weekend. Which is ridiculous as well. We was miles away from the goal and not even sure it was foul!
Hea got some interesting things to say from time to time, but the man's an apologist for some outrageousness SFA decisions.