Former RPL referee Yegorov explained why referees don’t explain their decisions immediately after games

Former RPL referee Yegorov explained why referees don’t explain their decisions immediately after games

Former FIFA and RPL referee Igor Egorov explained why referees don’t give feedback in the hot pursuit after their work in games.

On Wednesday, a team of referees headed by Yevgeny Kukulyak officiated the match of the second leg of the quarter-finals of the Path of the Regions of the Russian Cup between Zenit Saint Petersburg and Dynamo (1-1, 4-5 on penalties). In the second half, in the Zenit penalty area, Claudinho kicked Konstantin Tyukavin in the leg. Kukulyak watched the episode after the VAR prompt, but did not register a rule violation. After the ESC RFU meeting on Thursday, Pavel Kamantsev, head of the RFU arbitration department, told that the committee’s decision on the episode was unanimous: a penalty should have been awarded without a card YELLOW. As a result, it was decided to remove Kukulyak from work for a while.

– Understand, you argue from the outside, as you want. You had the idea of ​​making comments, but did you try to judge and then go somewhere to comment? ! Especially these matches. You haven’t tried? But I tried and I’ll tell you the emotions go over the scale and you can say something at that moment. Therefore, business time is an hour of pleasure. Leave those who should comment. In my opinion, the judge should prosecute and not see or hear from anyone for a few days. Go to nirvana, as they say. Be with yourself, with your family, with someone else. But this advertising, believe me, it does not bring anything good, because it is very difficult, – quotes the words of Egorov “Sport Day after Day”.

Watch live broadcasts of FONBET matches of the Russian Cup on the federal channel and thematic channels of the holding, as well as on the sites matchtv.ru and sportbox.ru. On Thursday, the and MATCH PREMIER channels will broadcast the match between PARI NN and Rostov. The broadcast starts at 5:45 p.m., the match starts at 6:00 p.m. Moscow time.

“Day to Day Sports”

Source : MatchTV

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