Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez charged for comments about referee of Preston game

4 total views, 1 views today

DEOGO >>>>

 

Rafael Benitez has been charged with misconduct in relation to comments he made about the referee prior to Newcastle’s game against Preston. It is alleged his comments, made about match official Andrew Madley, were improper and/or brought the game into disrepute contrary to FA Rule E3(1). Benitez has until 6pm on Tuesday May 9 to respond to the charge. Newcastle won the game 4-1, a result which secured their promotion back to the Premier League at the first attempt. Benitez had questioned why Madley, who was born in Huddersfield, had been selected to take charge of such a crucial fixture. In his media conference to preview the game, he said: “I was really surprised with that situation. “In Spain this thing doesn’t happen. “So when you have a referee from a city or a team that are more or less close in the table, normally they don’t referee those games. “We don’t have any problem, but we just want to avoid a situation that maybe nobody will understand. “We are not normally complaining about the referees in press conferences or interviews.” SHARE THIS POST NOW.

READ MORE AND SHARE
Jose Mourinho insists he has faith in Anthony Martial and has backed the young Frenchman
Conor McGregor has requested that an international judge is one of the three-man panel of
The Sunday Supplement panel questioned Antonio Conte after Chelsea's shock opening defeat to Burnley. But
Real Madrid lifted a second successive UEFA Super Cup after a 2-1 victory over Manchester
Cristiano Ronaldo is in Real Madrid's squad to face Manchester United on Tuesday, days after
sir_yommy

sir_yommy

A Student of the University of Ibadan.
I could be a geek sometimes and a Social person another time, it depends on the Circumstance.
To Contact me
BBM Pin: 5604CFE2
IG $ Twitter :Sir_yommy .

For Advert Placement email
Feralgang@gmail.com
sir_yommy

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *