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Card a black day for rules of GAA

THE GAA is making the referees' job impossible. I would not ref a match now for love nor money.

The rules need to be simplified, not multiplied. The black card is the last nail in the coffin. Worse still, every new regulation inexorably demands another and so on, ad infinitum.

Why not just make holding a foul, as in the old days, and let the referee be the judge?

SEAN McELGUNN

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