According to the Jury Committee, the judge was right yesterday when he waved a second yellow to Lababidi and left Hapoel Hadera on ten players. • Complaint against Hadera coach Sharon Mimer following his statements at the end of the match.
Naal Ode leaves her room with ten actors
The Judicial Union Professional Committee backs Judge Naal Odeh for his decision at the second yellow card event waved to Hapoel Hadera player, Dia Lavabidi, in a match yesterday (Saturday) against Maccabi Haifa.
According to the commission's statement: "In the 27th minute, the referee was right when he swung a second yellow card at a room player for an irresponsible play offense. Of the opponent. There is no need for actual harm in the circumstances described, but sufficient irresponsible and dangerous conduct for the purpose of issuing a yellow card. If a direct physical injury occurred, it could have required a direct red card issue. "
The Jury also filed a formal complaint with the Association Plaintiff, Attorney Nir Reshef, demanding that Hapoel Hadera coach Sharon Mimar be disciplinary for his statements at the end of the game. It is a club, on the issue of jurisdiction and to act to its fullest endeavor as they try to rationalize personal and / or group failure at the expense of the judging team. For the avoidance of doubt and for those who still use the club size definitions, we have made it clear that this is the union's policy for each club, small and large, with no distinction between them. "