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Major League Soccer

Around The Forest: Orlando City SC release statement on Kaka’s red card

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It's Rose City Road trip time, transfer window reform, Weston Mckennie impresses on debut and more!

Portland:

Rose City Road Trip 2017 Journal | Portland Timbers
For Miller, Olum and Nagbe, the caravan ended at Warrenton Field, where the Timbers met up with a group of over 100 youth players for a soccer clinic.

Nine-Man Orlando Keep Fire in Check

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The Chicago Fire had a superb opportunity to grab three very valuable away points on Sunday night, but failed to find a way to break down a closely packed Orlando City defense and had to settle for a share of the spoils after a 0:0 draw. The home side went down to ten men when Rafael Ramos was sent off in the 26th minute after a clash with Brandon Vincent.

Waston, Rivero handed suspensions by Disciplinary Committee

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MLS action is currently on hiatus with international matches in full swing, but the league's Disciplinary Committee handed down a series of suspensions and fines on Tuesday, while also rescinding an existing red card.

Vancouver Whitecaps duo Kendall Waston and Octavio Riverohave each been suspended one match and received an undisclosed fine for violent conduct during the team's matches against the Portland Timbers and Houston Dynamo, respectively.

Ben Olsen: "I don't know what to tell players" regarding red card tackles

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D.C. United's manager isn't sure what message to send to his players regarding the rash of red cards this season because of the inconsistency from the referees

With red cards seen as on the rise in Major League Soccer, there has been plenty of confusion as to which tackles now constitute ejections, and which ones don't.

Videos

MLS: Video Assistant Referee Decision Sees Kaka Sent Off For Playfully Fondling Ex-Orlando Teammate’s Face (Video)

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Adding more fuel to the argument that Video Assistant Refereeing (VAR) is an unnecessary nonsense that we really don't need, Kaka the most saintly footballer in existence was shown a farcical red card in Orlando City's 3-1 defeat against New York Red Bulls on Saturday evening.

The Brazilian veteran was sent off deep into second-half injury time for the heinous crime of playfully grasping the face of Red Bulls defender Aurelin Collin as the two sides disputed a late foul.

Friendly: Romelu Lukaku Gets Off The Mark For Man Utd In Routine 2-1 Win Over Real Salt Lake (Photos & Video)

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After pasting LA Galaxy at the weekend, Manchester United maintained their 100% pre-season tour record with a routine 2-1 victory over Real Salt Lake on Monday evening.

United actually fell behind in the 20th minute, only for Henrikh Mikhitaryan to restore parity eight minutes later following a burst of snappy interplay between Jesse Lingard and Romelu Lukaka on the edge of the box.

‘It’s An Unfathomable Mystery’ – Vojvodina Captain Nikola Antic Leaves Pitch In Tears After Being Sent-Off For No Apparent Reason (Video)

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There were baffling scenes in the Serbian top flight over the weekend, specifically during the latter stages of FK Vojvodina's 2-0 defeat against Red Star Belgrade.

Indeed, as the game ticked over into the 70th minute, Vojvodina were relieved of their captain when left-back Nikola Antic was shown a straight red card for no immediatelyapparent reason.

Retro Thuggery: Velez Sarsfield Keeper Gaston Sessa Plants Studs In Rodrigo Palacio’s Face, Can’t Fathom Why He’s Been Sent Off, 2007 (Video)

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In the grandest tradition of South American goalkeepers, former Velez Sarsfield stopper Gaston Sessa was laced with just a soupçon of thinly-concealed lunacy.

On a related note, he's also the man responsible for one of the worst fouls ever seen on a football pitch, having once almost reduced Rodrigo Palacio's face to a plate of blood-spattered mince.

Tottenham: Dele Alli Shown First Red Card Of Career For Disgusting Knee-High Lunge On Gent’s Brecht Dejaegere (Video)

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In action at Wembley against Gent in the last-32 of the Europa League, Tottenham's nightbecameall the more challenging in the 39th minute when they suddenly found themselves reduced to tenmen.

Trailing 2-1 on aggregate at the time, Dele Alli was shown the first ever red card of his career for a despicable, petulant lunge on Brecht Dejaegere.

A-League: Tim Cahill Shown Red Card Before Setting Foot On Pitch During Melbourne Derby (Video)

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The warm-up was about as close as Tim Cahill got to last night's A-League Melbourne derby after managing the impressive feat of getting himself sent-off before setting foot on the pitch.

About to enter the fray in the 87th minute with his Melbourne City side trailing 2-1 to bitter rivals Victory, Cahill gave the assistant referee anearful and promptly got himself red-carded before the substitution was made.

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Conte admits red cards could prompt Chelsea re-think

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London (AFP) – Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has accepted he may have to embed a new formation in his team if they continue to have players sent off.

After being reduced to 10 men in both the FA Cup final and the Community Shield, Conte’s men finished the opening game of their Premier League title defence with just nine players after Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were both dismissed in a pulsating 3-2 defeat by Burnley at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Conte admits red cards could prompt Chelsea re-think

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London (AFP) – Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has accepted he may have to embed a new formation in his team if they continue to have players sent off.

After being reduced to 10 men in both the FA Cup final and the Community Shield, Conte’s men finished the opening game of their Premier League title defence with just nine players after Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were both dismissed in a pulsating 3-2 defeat by Burnley at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Spurs’ Dele Alli hit with three match UEFA ban for horror tackle

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London (AFP) – Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli was banned for three European club matches by UEFA on Friday for his sending off against Gent last month.

Alli received a straight red card in the 2-2 draw at Wembley for his horror tackle on Gent’s Brecht Dejaegere, which saw the Premier League club knocked out of the Europa League with a 3-2 aggregate loss.

Bale banned for two games over red card

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Madrid (AFP) – The Spanish football federation on Friday banned Real Madrid star Gareth Bale for two matches for his red card against Las Palmas this week.

Bale was also fined 600 euros ($634) after he was ordered off for twice kicking out at Jonathan Viera and then pushing the Las Palmas midfielder to the ground during the 3-3 draw on Wednesday.

Incredible Hulk blasts Shanghai to victory

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Seoul (AFP) – Brazilian forward Hulk blasted Shanghai SIPG to a 1-0 victory over FC Seoul but the big-spending Chinese giants needed to survive a penalty and a red card before winning their AFC Champions League opener on Tuesday.

Hulk’s rocket of a strike on 53 minutes got Andre Villas-Boas’s team off to a winning start in Group F, where they lie second on goal difference after Urawa Red Diamonds’ 4-0 demolition of Western Sydney Wanderers.

Incredible Hulk blasts Shanghai to victory

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Seoul (AFP) – Brazilian forward Hulk blasted Shanghai SIPG to a 1-0 victory over FC Seoul but the big-spending Chinese giants needed to survive a penalty and a red card before winning their AFC Champions League opener on Tuesday.

Hulk’s rocket of a strike on 53 minutes got Andre Villas-Boas’s team off to a winning start in Group F, where they lie second on goal difference after Urawa Red Diamonds’ 4-0 demolition of Western Sydney Wanderers.

Spurs’ Wanyama lucky to avoid red card: Wenger

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London (AFP) Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama had been "very lucky" to avoid a red card during Sunday's 1-1 draw between the teams.

The Kenyan midfielder proved his usual bustling presence at the base of Spurs' midfield and despite a flare-up with Theo Walcott late in the first half, he avoided a booking.

Spurs’ Wanyama lucky to avoid red card: Wenger

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London (AFP) Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama had been "very lucky" to avoid a red card during Sunday's 1-1 draw between the teams.

The Kenyan midfielder proved his usual bustling presence at the base of Spurs' midfield and despite a flare-up with Theo Walcott late in the first half, he avoided a booking.

US attempt to overturn Jones red card in Copa

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Los Angeles (AFP) The United States on Friday lodged a protest against the red card issued to Jermaine Jones that looks set to rule the key midfielder out of their Copa America Centenario semi-final.

US Soccer announced the protest against Jones' red, and a yellow card against striker Bobby Wood which also leaves him suspended for the semi-final, in a posting on Twitter.

US attempt to overturn Jones red card in Copa

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Los Angeles (AFP) The United States on Friday lodged a protest against the red card issued to Jermaine Jones that looks set to rule the key midfielder out of their Copa America Centenario semi-final.

US Soccer announced the protest against Jones' red, and a yellow card against striker Bobby Wood which also leaves him suspended for the semi-final, in a posting on Twitter.

Philadelphia Union

D.C. United embarrassed in 4-0 loss to Philadelphia Union

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Luciano Acosta received a straight red card in the second half

Saturday night was one to forget for D.C. United, as the Black-and-Red were smashed 4-0 by the Philadelphia Union. Luciano Acosta was shown a red card in the second half, as United trailed 1-0 thanks to a first half goal from Haris Medunjanin.

Philadelphia Union U16s fall to Tigres in GA Cup semifinal

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Tigres got a goal in each half and kept the Union offense in check in the Premier Division semifinal on Thursday

Miguel Rodríguez had a goal in each half and the Philadelphia Union offense couldn't take advantage of a red card in a 2-0 loss to Tigres UANL in the Premier Division semifinal of the Generation adidas Cup at Toyota Stadium on Thursday.

Espinoza Suspension Rescinded, Dwyer Has Fun on Deadline Day

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Sporting Kansas City got some good news today as an independent review panel rescinded the fine and suspension that was given to Roger Espinoza for his red card that he received in the 87th minute of KC's 2-0 loss to the Philadelphia Union. On the play Espinoza was trying to control a ball near the top of Kansas City's box, to do so he put up his arm to shield off the oncoming Roland Alberg from getting to the ball.

Philadelphia Union Week 6 MVP

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This week's Philadelphia Union MVP is the first repeat winner!

The Philadelphia Union didn't win, but they also weren't terrible in defeat either. Roland Alberg's red card aside, the Union had some pretty solid performances from their players. But who was the most valuable player this week?

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‘No Broken Nose, His Face Is Nice As Always’ – Jose Mourinho Claims Sergio Aguero’s Feigned Injury Got Marouane Fellaini Sent Off

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Jose Mourinho has chastised Sergio Aguero for over-egging the headbutt that saw Marouane Fellaini sent off in the latter stages of Thursday night's borderline-unwatchable Manchester derby.

The clumsyBelgian was shown a straight red card in the 84th minute for nuzzling headswith Aguero, though the slow motion replays appeared to show that the City striker certainly made sure of it.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic And Tyrone Mings Both Charged With ‘Violent Conduct’ After Repeatedly Clouting Each Other At Old Trafford

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The FA have levelled violent conduct charges at both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Tyrone Mings after their pair spent Saturday afternoon knocking lumps out of each other.

Ibrahimovic and Mings tangled on several occasions during the 1-1 draw between Manchester United and Bournemouth at Old Trafford, with faces being scrawkedand elbows being chucked about with gay abandon.

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‘Jamie Vardy Is A Cheat’ – Samir Nasri Not Happy Bunny After Attempted Mind-Meld With Leicester Striker Backfires Horribly

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Samir Nasri has flat-out accused Jamie Vardy of cheating after the Sevilla midfielder was sent off for attempting an unsolicited mind-meld with the Leicester City striker during Tuesday night's Champions League clash.

Both playerswere shown yellow cards after the intense static discharge caused by rubbing their foreheads together caused Vardyto half-topple backwards.

Jamie Vardy charged after red card row

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Jamie Vardy has been charged with improper conduct following the Leicester striker's angry reaction to his red card against West Ham, the Football Association announced on Monday.

Vardy was sent off by referee Jonathan Moss after earning a second booking for diving in an unsuccessful attempt to win a penalty in the second half of Sunday's 2-2 draw at the King Power Stadium.

Jamie Vardy charged after red card row

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Jamie Vardy has been charged with improper conduct following the Leicester striker's angry reaction to his red card against West Ham, the Football Association announced on Monday.

Vardy was sent off by referee Jonathan Moss after earning a second booking for diving in an unsuccessful attempt to win a penalty in the second half of Sunday's 2-2 draw at the King Power Stadium.

Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo Player Ratings VS. Columbus Crew SC

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The Dynamo responded well to being down a goal and a man against Crew SC, but they weren't able to come out of Columbus with a valuable road point.

Quick Thoughts:

1) Owen Coyle unveiled a new look lineup and formation which featured the return of Deric and Williams and included new faces in Agus and Collen Warner in a 4-1-4-1.

Houston Dynamo vs Columbus Crew Final Score: Early red card, PK doom Dynamo in Columbus

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Tyler Deric took down Kei Kamara inside the box in the 18th minute, earning a red card and awarding the Crew a successful PK. The goal was all the Crew needed for the 1-0 win.

A late tackle inside the box by Dynamo goalkeeper Tyler Deric earned him a red card – and a penalty kick for the Columbus Crew.

The Rest

RBNY 1, New England 0: Late BWP Goal Outs Revs from USOC Quarterfinals

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A second half red card to Benjamin Angoua combined with a late Bradley Wright-Phillips goal is enough to eliminate the Revs at home.

For seventy-five minutes the New England Revolution and New York Red Bulls seemed destined for extra time or even penalties in their US Open Cup quarterfinal match.

Fire 0 Orlando City 0 - recap and ratings

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The Fire wasted an opportunity to pick up three points on the road against a direct Eastern Conference playoff rival. Thanks to a questionable straight red card shown to Rafael Ramos in the 26th minute and another straight red to Antonio Nocerino in the 66th, Chicago played with an advantage for much of the game but couldn't capitalize or break down Orlando's packed-in defense.

U-20 WC Rewind: England edges Mexico, Italy tops Zambia

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The quarterfinals have officially ended at the U-20 World Cup, and after many goals and a couple of red cards, two more nations booked their spots in the semifinals.

Italy played with ten men for a majority of the match, yet still beat Zambia thanks to a winner in extra time. In the other quarterfinal, England's one goal was enough to see off Mexico, despite also picking up a red card.

El Clasico: Lionel Messi Scores 500th Barcelona Goal To Secure Injury-Time Victory Over Real Madrid (Photos & Video)

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As was foretold in the prophecy, Lionel Messi's 500th goal for Barcelona was enough to sink Real Madrid in the final minute of Sunday night's El Clasico fixture and send the Catalans back to the top of La Liga, if only by the slimmest of margins.

Casemiro put Real ahead in the 28th minute before Messi scored No.

Bethlehem Steel FC clinical in win against FC Cincinnati

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Seku Conneh delivers as Steel coasts to 2-0 win

Bethlehem Steel FC finally had a game go their way. Sure, FC Cincinnati was unlucky with a non-contact injury ending Justin Hoyte's night after 15 minutes and a red card shown to Paul Nicholson. That being said, seeing Steel FC finally play out a win with some professional possession and burying two chances for the first time since JULY 14th was a pleasure.

Nothern Ireland: Ballymena United Ball-Boy Sent Off For Celebrating Too Raucously In Front Of Opposition Dugout (Photo)

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Tuesday night saw Ballymena United take on rivals Coleraine in an eventful derby clash over in theNorthern Ireland Premiership.

As always, it fellto the official Ballymena United Twitter account to keep their fansabreast of the action in live-text form.

Newcastle In Surprise Move On Red Cards

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The Chronicle is reporting it is their understanding that Newcastle will appeal both red cards picked up on Friday night at Nottingham Forest in a bizarre game and a very poor refereeing performance. We ended up losing that game 1-0, but it's hard to win when you are down to 9 men at half time. [...]

Red Card, Own Goals Prove Costly in Boston City’s Debut

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MALDEN, Mass. – Boston City FC put on an impressive display in their inaugural match, but ultimately were responsible for their own demise, with a red card and two own goals proving costly as they fell 3-1 to defending NPSL Champions New York Cosmos B in front of 927 at Gilbert Stadium at Malden Catholic High School in Malden, Mass.

Harrisburg City Islanders appeal Bobby Warshaw's red card

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If the red card is repealed, the City Islanders FC captain will be available for Harrisburg's trip to Rochester.

On Monday night, Harrisburg City Islanders FC captain Bobby Warshaw received a red card in the 83rd minute for a dangerous play.

Warshaw attempted an overhead kick but missed the ball and connected with Orlando City B defender Keegan Smith's face.