Abdel-Fattah: Referees are distracted by “inappropriate words”

Ahmed Sherif

Ahmed Sherif

Sunday 19 September 2021

01:45 AM

Essam Abdel-Fattah, head of the referees committee in the Egyptian Football Association, confirmed that some of the referees in the video assistant technology room are causing distraction to their colleagues who run the Egyptian matches inside the stadium.

Abdel-Fattah indicated, in statements to Ontime Sports, that the assistant video room’s recordings proved the presence of inappropriate words or comments from some referees on matters that occur during the matches.

Abdel-Fattah said: “Some of the referees talk inside the video room in a way that causes a distraction to their colleagues. The video room is for video cases only.”

He concluded: “In many cases, we found referees in the room uttering inappropriate words or commenting on a game, which negatively affects the referee of the arena, and unfortunately all of these conversations are recorded.”

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