Leeds star Jaidon Anthony brutally given yellow card for tribute to mum who died days ago | Football | Sport

“It’s a difficult one, I think,” said Bournemouth boss Andoni Iraola after the game. “It’s difficult to put the limit and to draw the line. It’s very difficult. I understand that for the ones who put in the rules it is something really, really difficult. But at the end, I understand Dom.

“I think he wanted just to say to his friend, ‘Here we are, we support you.’ Okay, we will take the yellow card, because in the end, the important thing is the message, to let Jaidon know that we are with him now.”

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