Shouldn’t it have been the opposite?
Scottish folklore just took it a step further that it would have been nice. Saturday’s game between Dundee United and Aberdeen went on quietly until a defensive intervention by Funo Ojo. Proceeding at his own pace, the Belgian continued his run to the back of the goal exit, near the barrier separating the ground from the stands. This is the moment when a supporter, undoubtedly very courageous, decided to push the player and attack.
Clearly out of his hinges, the player stares at him and then exchanges a few words with him before a steward intervenes. Everything could have been fine if the referee of the match didn’t have the threads touching each other. Already warned in the meeting, the Aberdeen player receives a second yellow card for the incident, which is synonymous with expulsion and defeat for his team. Shocked and disappointed his coach asked for more security for the players on the field after the match. An activist who shouldn’t be really interested in Dundee United coach Tam Courts, who admitted that hasn’t been “Surprised to see him in red” ,
So what is it to be a dandy?
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