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Will The Yellow Card Be Rescinded?

 



splodge
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May 6, 2010, 11:48 AM

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Player booked for diving had suffered heart attack
Wed May 05 10:44AM
A Croatian footballer booked for diving had actually dropped dead of a heart attack.
Goran Tunjic, a 32-year-old defender playing for the Mladost FC, collapsed in the 35th minute of the County League match against Hrvatski Sokola, prompting the referee to approach the player with yellow card in his hand.
Tragically, however, the player had suffered a fatal heart attack.
The official quickly realised what had happened and called for medical aid, but Tunjic died despite being rushed to a nearby hospital.
"Doctors tried to help him but there was nothing they could do," a club spokesman said of the player, who had no previous medical problems.
"He just fell dead on the spot."



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buncranaboy
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May 6, 2010, 12:32 PM

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Player booked for diving had suffered heart attack
Wed May 05 10:44AM
A Croatian footballer booked for diving had actually dropped dead of a heart attack.
Goran Tunjic, a 32-year-old defender playing for the Mladost FC, collapsed in the 35th minute of the County League match against Hrvatski Sokola, prompting the referee to approach the player with yellow card in his hand.
Tragically, however, the player had suffered a fatal heart attack.
The official quickly realised what had happened and called for medical aid, but Tunjic died despite being rushed to a nearby hospital.
"Doctors tried to help him but there was nothing they could do," a club spokesman said of the player, who had no previous medical problems.
"He just fell dead on the spot."



You sod - I was going to keep that for the 20Q's !


paulh66
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May 6, 2010, 12:34 PM

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You sod - I was going to keep that for the 20Q's !



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acmold
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May 6, 2010, 1:40 PM

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Will The Yellow Card Be Rescinded ?

Only if the player appeals and then turns up on the day of the appeal to plead his case that he is now in fact dead.


sandhurstbee
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May 6, 2010, 9:28 PM

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Will The Yellow Card Be Rescinded ?

Only if the player appeals and then turns up on the day of the appeal to plead his case that he is now in fact dead.


Otherwise No! Frown



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Richard Rundle
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May 10, 2010, 2:44 PM

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Goran Tunjic, a 32-year-old defender playing for the Mladost FC, collapsed in the 35th minute of the County League match against Hrvatski Sokola, prompting the referee to approach the player with yellow card in his hand.


Weren't Mladost one of the teams involved in a very high scoring game (and I mean very high) a few years back when two teams were level on points and needed to boost their Goal Difference on the last day?

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