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The referees' union admits: Hapoel Haifa loses, Maccabi Tel Aviv has a rightly disallowed goal - voila! Sport


The professional committee claims that Foxman should not have accepted the VAR's recommendation to disallow Camara's goal, a special camera did justice to Bloomfield. And what did they think of the four penalties in Haifa?

Summary: Hapoel Haifa - Kiryat Shmona 1:1 (Sport1)

A cycle full of events in the Premier League ended yesterday (Sunday).

During the 27th cycle, there were quite a few successes for the judging teams, but also mistakes.

The referees' union thinks today that Hapoel Haifa lost last night when the refereeing team, led by central referee David Foxman and VAR referee Shanir Levy, made a mistake when they disallowed a goal in favor of Hapoel Haifa on the grounds of a foul by Hatem Abdel Hamid.

The referees' union instructs the screen referees to intervene to disallow a goal only if they have identified with certainty a foul by an attacking player.

Thus, for example, when in the previous round Omer Azili scored against Hapoel Tel Aviv in Bloomfield and the Reds complained that Dolev Haziza had committed a foul on Yahav Gorfinkel seconds earlier, they went along with the referees in the game and claimed that even if Haziza had committed a foul, it was not enough to intervene in the disqualification of Azili's goal.

Therefore, yesterday's event also had to end without intervention from the screen judge and the expectation was that Foxman - who was called to the screen - would not accept Shanir Levy's wrong recommendation.

Got the wrong recommendation.

Foxman disallows the goal (Photo: Maor Alxalsi)

Regarding the incident at Teddy in the match between Beitar Jerusalem and Hapoel Tel Aviv, the referees' union thinks that Beitar Jerusalem goalkeeper Miguel Silva should have been sent off following the foul he committed on Omar Senior.

The screen referee Shlomi ben Avraham and the referee in the game Roi Reinschreiber did not diagnose the need to send off the goalkeeper of Beitar and Shego.

As mentioned, there were also quite a few incidents in this round in which the referees acted impeccably. In the match between Maccabi Haifa and MS Ashdod, in which there were a number of incidents And including four penalties, the central referee Aviad Shiloh performed excellently and so did his assistant Daniel Bar Natan.

Also in the match between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Maccabi Netanya, the screen referee Ziv Adler was right in disallowing Dor Peretz's goal on the grounds that he was in the gap when Enrik Saborit deflected the ball towards him Djorja Jovanovic By the way, in this matter, the screen referees led by Adler were helped by a camera that is inside the goal and fixed on the net and from which it was quite clear that Saborit touched the ball.

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A camera inside the gate led to the justified disqualification.

Peretz and Leibovich (Photo: Barney Ardov)

As for the disqualification of Hapoel Beer Sheva's goal, which could have raised it to 0:2, the club claimed that the incident in which Shafi Suleimanov's goal was disallowed was long before the goal was scored.

This event was sent by the association for an external review in Europe and the conclusion is that there was indeed a reason to disqualify the goal, so the decision was correct.

Oral Greenfeld, who judged yesterday between Bnei Sakhnin and Maccabi Bnei Rayna and whistled for two penalties, was also right in his decisions.

Greenfeld is expected to be assigned to judge in the Euro qualifying match of the national teams this weekend.

  • sport

  • Israeli soccer

  • Super League


  • David Foxman

  • Maccabi Tel Aviv in football

  • Hapoel Haifa

  • Judges Association

Source: walla

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