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Soccer player shown four red cards in one game

Sunday, January 31, 2010

An amateur soccer player faces a lifetime ban from the pitch after collecting record four red cards in one game.

According to The Sun, Ricky Broadley got his first red for stamping on an opponent and second for then arguing with referee John Owen.

The third came when he threw the official with water and fourth for abusing the referee in the clubhouse later.

Now the striker will face a North Wales Coast Football Association (NWCFA) disciplinary panel for his part in a violence-marred match at Rhosgadfan, near Caernarfon.

The 29-year-old, who has previously been banned for life from playing Sunday League football, now faces yet another ban.

Broadley's team Mountain Rangers were losing 2-0 to Penrhyndeudraeth in a cup game when a scuffle broke out in the 64th minute.

The incident eventually resulted in four players, two from each side, being sent off for fighting

Rangers in the end lost the match 3-0.

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