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Keith Hackett's verdict
1) Show two yellows, then a red. But it's poor game management, really. It's always a risk to play advantage after a cautionable offence – I'd suggest that you should only ever do it when the next kick of the ball would either go into the net, or would set up a clear goalscoring chance. But whenever you play advantage in these circumstances, you should always make every effort to shout to the player concerned that he has committed a yellow card offence as play continues, to avoid this sort of dispute. Thanks to Telichko Asreniy.
2) Snug-fitting tops are increasingly common – and there's no reason to intervene here. The law on equipment says that players cannot wear anything that is dangerous, and stipulates the basic kit as a jersey or shirt with sleeves, plus shorts, socks, shinguards and footwear. This kit does not contravene any obvious section of the law, so you should let them wear it. Thanks to Neil Denton.
3) A tough one, this. The player's ponytail has to be considered part of his person – there's nothing in the laws about how long hair should or should not be, just so long as it does not represent a danger to opponents. So, in this case, the indirect free-kick has touched a player on its way into the net, and no outside agent has been involved. It's a goal. Dr Mike Lambert wins the shirt
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