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Hurling's Hipsters Have Proposed The Idea Of A Black Card With A Difference

Hurling's Hipsters Have Proposed The Idea Of A Black Card With A Difference
By Mark Farrelly

Eddie Brennan and Donal Óg Cusack looked like they may have signed their own death warrants last night when the introduced the idea of black card in hurling.

However, before Eddie Keher an co. get their knickers in a twist, the lads seemed to be arguing for its introduction as a means of allowing a player to be substituted instead of being sent off after two yellow cards, rather than as a way of quelling cynical play.

Their debate came in the wake of Jack Browne's sending off against Wexford on Saturday evening.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtfWg17_lWo

 

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