The National Rugby Referees Association (ANAR) considers that “there are no conditions to referee any match at any level of CR Técnico, in whatever field this team plays,” according to a note from the direction A BOLA had access.
The subject of controversy is the events in the match with Belenenses, in the 11th round of the Honors Division, on December 17, in which “there were physical and verbal assaults on match officials by two CR do Technician coaches”. .
Although ANAR does not block the referees’ whistle, A BOLA knows, confirms that the basis for the decision is “the communication from the Técnico manager, who does not recognize the seriousness of the facts and ignores any responsibility, noting that the responsibility for the events lies with the match officials”.
Pedro Lucas, president of Técnico, denied that the club’s management had sent a “statement”, but rather an “internal email to the members, without any reference to the referees”, he said, although a few days ago, to the contact management body, after placing the blame in The events of the match with Belenenses on the shoulders of the trio of referees. “Don’t you want to rule our games? I would say we don’t want whoever writes these things to rule our games,” he says.
In the meantime, the engineers have already appealed a 10-game away penalty (more than 50 km from Olaias Square, Lisbon), two of them behind closed doors, subtracting one point and many 3,800 euros. “TAD has entered [Tribunal Arbitral do Desporto]‘,” the head of the badge who won yesterday (14-10) at Evora told CDUL, postponing the 14th round departure of the Honors Division.
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