A rising talent and one of our most experienced referees made it to sea in yesterday's match between Olympiacos and the Union.
At the end of the match, the ball is in the open hand of the Union player but neither the referee Kyriakos Christodoulou, nor the VAR Timotheos Christofi indicated the violation. That is, how much more extension did the player's hand have to have in order to suggest a penalty in favor of the black and greens?
And instead of accepting that the former did not see the phase, what did the latter do in the VAR? But as usual we will see both of them running games at the weekend.
We brought the VAR. We accept that there will be mistakes with the system as well, since in football the difficult phases abound. But is this a difficult phase for the VAR?
If this was not a clear mistake that the VAR had to make, then what is it and what does it mean? We would like to know a lot what Timotheos Christofis said to Kyriakos Christodoulou. What did they say to each other at this stage?
The KOP replaced Lajek with Mazic, but what about that? We have Kolina left. Bring him too, to confirm our suspicions that no chief referee is to blame for our crap.
For ten years now, the KOP has been hiring and expelling chief referees in order to take the straight path, but the problem of arbitration is obviously elsewhere. If not, then what is happening gentlemen in the federation and even with the VAR we can not calm down? At least in the obvious blunders. Like yesterday…