'Sin bin' trials underway in UK soccer leagues

The World

In soccer, you either get a yellow or red card for penalties. But trials are underway in lower-level soccer leagues in the UK to introduce blue cards that could land players in a "sin bin" for dissenting too much with officials. Host Carolyn Beeler speaks with Paul MacInnes, a sports reporter with The Guardian, about the possibility of "sin bins" being adopted in soccer leagues across the globe.

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