Blame the Dutch for gooning it up
JOHANNESBURG -- Howard Webb, the English referee responsible for Sunday night's World Cup final, went into his pocket for yellow cards 14 times -- more than doubling the previous record of six set during the tumultuous 1986 final between West Germany and Argentina.
The scary thing is, Webb's only mistake was that he didn't give out more.
After a tournament marred by poor officiating, Webb will undoubtedly catch his share of grief in the coming days, particularly from ...
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