Referee who did not enroll Devich’s goal will no longer be refereeing the Euro 2012 matches

20 June 2012 17:57  44815059 015538
Referee who did not enroll Devich’s goal will no longer be refereeing the Euro 2012 matches

England-Ukraine match referee, Hungarian Viktor Kashshai will not work on the European Football Championship play-off matches. Pierluiidzhi Kolina sent him home.

The senior UEFA officer in refereeing cases Pierluiidzhi Kolina named 4 from 12 referees who leave the tournament after the group stage at the press conference on Wednesday in Warsaw.

In addition to Kashshai, this list includes Dutchman Biorn Keipers, who judged the Ukraine-France match, Spanish Carlos Velasco Carballo, who worked on the Euro 2012 match opening Poland –Greece and German referee Wolfgang Shtark.

The President of the International Football Federation Joseph Blatter believes that non-registered goal by the referee of Ukraine-England match, confirmed the need to implement technologies that automatically detects the moment when the ball crosses the goal line. ‘After the yesterday’s match GLT (goal line technology) is no longer an alternative, now it is necessity’, - wrote Blatter.

We want to remind you that referee did not enroll the goal of Ukraine in the England’s team gate in the match Ukraine-England. As a result, the national Ukrainian team has lost with a score 0:1 and left Euro 2012.

On materials of Interfax-Ukraina

Tags: national football team of Ukraine, Kashshai, Euro 2012

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