Bruno Fernandes Urges Rule Change on Yellow Cards for Shirt Removal Celebration

Bruno Fernandes yellow card rule change

In a post-match interview following Manchester United’s thrilling FA Cup quarter-final victory over Liverpool, Bruno Fernandes made a passionate plea for a rule change regarding yellow cards for removing shirts during goal celebrations. The call for change comes in the wake of Amad Diallo’s dramatic late winner, which saw the young winger receive a second yellow card for removing his shirt in jubilation.

Fernandes, while praising Diallo for his decisive goal, expressed his belief that players should be allowed to express their emotions freely after scoring, without the fear of being penalized. “This moment has to be enjoyed,” Fernandes emphasized, “and I think it’s one of the rules football has to change because you should be able to celebrate the goal, obviously with respect to other clubs, to enjoy your moment.”

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The Manchester United captain also reflected on the significance of the FA Cup victory, highlighting the importance of the competition and the desire to give fans something to celebrate. Looking ahead, Fernandes stressed the need for focus and determination in the upcoming semi-final clash against Coventry, urging his teammates to respect their opponents and maintain the same winning mentality displayed against Liverpool.

As United prepares to face Coventry in the semi-finals, Fernandes’s words serve as a rallying cry for his team, emphasizing the importance of unity, respect, and unwavering commitment as they strive for success in the competition.

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