The referee who committed a ‘major misjudgment’ will not be seen in future Liverpool games… Rematch, dismissal is ‘No’
It is expected that the referee who made a major mistake will not be assigned to the Liverpool game.
According to a report by the British media Telegraph on the 5th (Korean time), the British Professional Football Officials (PGMOL) decided not to assign Darren England, the main character of misjudgments in the 2023-2024 season, to the Liverpool game. England are not expected to appear in any form at Liverpool games for the remainder of the season, either as referees or as VAR referees. As it caused great damage to Liverpool and lost trust, PGMOL decided that it would be better for England not to officiate Liverpool games.토토사이트
England made a crucial error as a VAR referee in the 2023-2024 EPL 7th round match against Tottenham Hotspur held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 1st. In the 34th minute of the first half, Luis Dias received Mohamed Salah’s penetration pass and scored near the right side of the penalty box, but the assistant referee raised an offside flag. It was clearly onside, but right after the score, the VAR referee failed to properly check the offside situation, and the referee declared offside. Liverpool was robbed of a goal and ended up losing 1-2. It was a misjudgment that affected the game.
The inexperience of the VAR referee was once again on the chopping block through a transcript of the communication released after the game.
After the match, PGMOL acknowledged the mistake and suspended the two VAR referees from work. They are not assigned to weekend games. PGMOL said in a statement, “Díaz’s goal was a situation where VAR should have intervened and recognized the goal, but failing to do so was a clear mistake,” adding, “As a result, VAR’s intervention was not carried out properly. “PGMOL plans to completely review the process by which these mistakes occurred,” he added.
However, it is expected that the rematch requested by manager Jurgen Klopp will not take place. This is a realistically impossible request as there has been no case of a rematch due to a misjudgment.
It is expected that there will be no dismissal or dismissal of referees, including England. PGMOL will impose disciplinary action such as excluding them from weekend games, but it is expected that they will retain their positions as referees.