‘Misjudgments are routine’, Football Association apologizes again… ‘서정원 감독’ 피해자는

“I don’t understand why this is a goal disallowed” (no) and a real apology would have been less offensive. Chengdu was furious, but the only response was an ‘apology’.

On April 4, Chengdu Rongcheng head coach Seo Won-jeong spoke out in an interview after the game against Qingdao Hainew.

“Many fans and children were watching the game live. The players also played their best. I don’t want to say too much about today’s game,” he said.

The incident occurred when Chengdu Rongcheng, trailing 2-3, had a goal by striker Lee Wuquezong (Elkesson) in the third minute of second-half stoppage time called off for an “unclear” handball. The referee was ‘Manning’ (a FIFA international referee), who is already known for his officiating in China.

At the level of the Chinese Super League, this was a ‘no-brainer’, but it was a mistake. A later review by the Chinese Super League concluded that it was not a handball foul.

Chengdu Rongcheng (33 points at the time) were hoping to rekindle their championship hopes.

The Chinese Football Association immediately apologized to Chengdu. The Super League did the same, but they couldn’t make up for the lost point.

It should be emphasized that the referee in charge of the game, Manning, is a FIFA international referee who also oversees the Chinese Super League. He is also the referee for the Korean national team at the 2023 Asian Games in Hangzhou.바카라사이트

In addition, the Chinese Super League has VAR equipment that makes it difficult to determine whether a handball foul is committed on the field. If there is even the slightest doubt, the referee tries to dismiss it by apologizing after the fact.

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