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Normally an edit requires two people to approve or to reject, or the original poster or a single moderator to make a decision The edit had one approval vote at the time of writing. In lieu of waiting for someone else to check the review queue, I have approved the edit. I think it would have been better posted separately, so I earlier chose not to approve ...


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In my opinion (which matters quite a lot as it's my answer - we're a lot more tolerant of radical edits to questions than to answers), I was happy with the example that's there. In particular, as far as I can see from the clip you've linked to, I don't see the player receive a second yellow card, only a red. (And for what it's worth, I'm not a moderator).


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