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This one was sent to me by Joe Woddy on the Instagrams in the very next passage of play. Card shorty flick. Oh, okay. First of all, this account is disqualified for using two terms that do not apply in hockey. There’s no such thing as a shorty and there’s no such thing as a flick. Just shutting that one down. Okay. Oh, that should be looping here. Let me just loop it, loop this thing around and no, it doesn’t seem to be playing at all. Let’s try this and try that. Let’s see if it whoops, this time. Okay. Uh, let me know what you think. I’ll just, I’ll just wait. Oh, this is a really weird, it is looping, but it won’t replay every time. I dunno how many times you have to see it. Cause it’s pretty clear.
It’s, it’s a, it’s a penalty stroke and a five minute yellow, at least. Depends on what’s, what else has happened in the game, but yeah, it’s just, that’s not hard. Anybody disagree with me? Nope. Okay. Let’s go to the next one. I’m just kidding. I’ll just wait for some more comments. Yes, definitely. Penalty stroke Lou and, and okay.
And a yellow card. Absolutely. Yep. Stroke and a yellow says Gideon. Correct sir. Correct. Correct, and okay. Always be thinking about how, okay. I’m going to try to, eh, there you go. He’s like I got it. I got it. I’m in there. Um, where did I put it? Okay.
So remember this part from the FIH international briefing, which is going to be updated very soon, but they have to meet first, is that a five minute yellow card offense is a physical foul with body or stick, including off the ball incidents.
Okay. So that’s. And that is distinguished from a green card offense. And why you wouldn’t give a green card for that? Because a green card is just off the ball, minor physical offenses, like pushing or holding at a free hit, breakdown of play with low impact or by deliberate use of feet, body or stick. So it a green card offense lacks that physical, dangerous element. As soon as you’re wiping somebody out that is a yellow card offence.
AJ: a yellow card for not wearing a smock, a Smick a smock that is a significantly different color to the field players. Okay. I mean, you’re right, but that’s a technical issue that for which no foul or personal penalty can be applied, you simply have to prevent that from happening. Okay.
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