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Get in the Sin Bin

Jim White, Simon Jordan & Danny Murphy ask whether football will ever find peace with the handball law. Conor Benn vs Chris Eubank Jnr is reportedly set to be finalised this week but how can it still happen in the UK? Robert Smith - General Secretary of the British Boxing Board of Control is a guest. Plus they discuss Sin Bins in football. 

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