FANS were all left saying the same thing after the referee sent off a Shrewsbury player in hilarious fashion.
The Shrews lost 1-0 to opponents Accrington in both sides' second game of the season in League 1.
But it is a match that will likely only be remembered for the viral moment when Shrewsbury's Tom Flanagan was dismissed in the 57th minute.
He was caught up in a penalty box melee and could be seen chucking Accrington's Sean McConville to the ground in the dust-up.
Eventually the referee calls him over and dismisses him by showing him two yellows.
What the referee said as he delivered the bookings has left many fans amused.
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In a viral video, the ref Andy Haines can be seen to say: "One yellow for the push, second yellow for dissent, and that one’s a red, see ya later."
Fans were left praising the ref for his flamboyant sending off.
One said on Twitter: "We need MORE of these refs imo."
Another fan tweeted: "Love the way he has a little look up at the red, just to check."
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Another person replied: "The see ya later got me in stitches. What a guy."
Others enjoyed the authority the ref demonstrated.
One wrote: "Good. Footballers need to respect officials more."
After the sending off, super sub Tommy Leigh leapt highest for a cross to head home from 12 yards out.
It wrapped up Accrington's first three points of the season and continued their unbeaten start, despite the loss of star strike Colby Bishop to Portsmouth.
Steve Cotterill's Shrewsbury only a have a single point to show for their efforts over two games.
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