Infantino gets it, not FA yet

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Infantino gets it, not FA yet

Postby john@staustell » Tue Feb 13, 2018 12:18 pm

Maybe he's become a convert to a City fan? No more FFP????? Target debtor clubs only????????

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43042092

Referees have been reminded by Uefa to protect players by punishing serious fouls in European club competitions.

It comes after Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola urged English officials to take care of the game's "artists" when Leroy Sane was injured in the FA Cup win at Cardiff in January.

Uefa has told referees they have a duty to "protect football's image".

"We need players playing, so they must be protected," said Uefa's chief refereeing officer Pierluigi Collina.

"We do not want situations where a player's future is put in doubt because of serious injury caused by a challenge, whether it is intentional, or is unintentional and the player making the challenge is taking a risk of causing injury.

"Players must understand that they have to respect their opponents and show the same positive behaviour to them that they would want to receive themselves."

Manchester City have asked to meet the body responsible for Premier League referees to discuss their concern at tackles being made against them.

The Premier League leaders have cited nine challenges this term which they say have not been suitably sanctioned, while City forward Raheem Sterling says his team-mates are being "butchered" by bad tackles.

Europe's governing body has also reminded referees not to tolerate being pressured into making decisions by groups of players.

Collina added: "When I see mobbing of a referee, it's something that is not acceptable - this is not the message that we want the game to convey."

Manchester City are at Basel and Tottenham go to Juventus in the first legs of their Champions League last-16 ties on Tuesday, while Liverpool go to Porto on Wednesday.

Chelsea and Manchester United play Barcelona and Sevilla respectively in their Champions League first legs next week.

Meanwhile, in the Europa League, Arsenal travel to Ostersunds while Celtic are at home to Zenit St Petersburg on Thursday.
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Re: Infantino gets it, not FA yet

Postby Sideshow Bob » Tue Feb 13, 2018 12:55 pm

Referees have been reminded by Uefa to protect players by punishing serious fouls in European club competitions.


so red card for fernandinho tonight?
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