Santiago Morales, general manager of Sangolquilinho, doubted that the Chamber of Commerce had not lifted the penalty for goalkeeper Moises Ramirez.
In a preview of one of the most important matches that will have a date on the sixth of the second phase of the Ecuadorian professional league (LigaPro), in which Independiente del Valle will host FC Barcelona At Banco Guayaquil Stadium on Sunday, the general manager of Sangolquilino, Picture of Santiago Morales, was harshly criticized after Guayaquil Chamber of Commerce The appeal to lift the penalty for the main goalkeeper was not accepted Moses Ramirez.
‘Spider’ was expelled by Central Judge Rudy Zambrano After the final whistle in a goalless draw with Delphine, in Gukkai. According to the referee’s report, the goalkeeper questioned the Ecuadorean referee’s handling of the match by using vulgar language. But for the planned director, they “were looking to find something” that would lower Independiente in the face of that obligation.
This match will show the presence of Video Arbitration (VAR) As part of Hawk-Eye’s compensation for poor service provided at the Clásico del Astillero, on July 10. Although according to Morales, Independiente had to pay “extra expenses that Barcelona had to pay”.
“Since Tuesday, VAR technology has been implemented at Banco Guayaquil, we have even paid for additional expenses that Barcelona had to pay, but we are happy to do it in order to do it justice.. Morales said in an interview with sports area.
“It’s clear what the referee (Rudy Zambrano) is saying in his report. At the end of the match, the guy (Ramirez) insults me with the following words:. At what point did you insult him? This is what caught our attention. They were looking for something and that Independiente is going with one less important player in Sunday’s gamequestion.
Regarding the appeal to the Chamber of Commerce of Guayaquil, the entity outside LigaPro responsible for imposing sanctions, the leader noted that it was “futile” to make the claim and that the body “responded with articles that do not correspond to what we have shown”. In addition to his criteria “there was no reason” for the goalkeeper to see a red card.
“I hope that one day this will change in the interest of Ecuadorean football, to grow as people and as professionals. He concluded that the regulation is very clear.” (Dr)
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