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Mark McHugh and Conor McManus think cynical fouling should result in a red card

The duo believe players won’t mind taking a black card if it’s near the end of the game.

THERE IS NO doubt that one of the main talking points in GAA over the past few weeks has been cynical fouling, with Tyrone’s Sean Cavanagh in particular coming under the spotlight.

In the video below, Mark McHugh and Conor McManus suggest that the plan to give a black card to players who engage in cynical fouling “won’t stop it,” adding that a red card would be a far more effective punishment.

Check out the clip below and let us know your thoughts on the issue.

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