Medina Cantalejo denounces threats by Rayo-Betis: the Police watched his house in Seville all night | sports



The president of the Technical Committee of Referees of the Federation, Luis Medina Cantalejo, has denounced threats after last Sunday’s duel between Rayo Vallecano and Real Betis. According to the newspaper ‘Mundo Deportivo’, the former Sevillian referee explained that after the game he had received comments from Verdiblancos fans where “some crossed the limits”, in such a way that the National Police has monitored his residence in the capital throughout the night Andalusian. Likewise, the Integrity department of the Royal Spanish Football Federation has denounced these threats received by the referee president and his family.

The protests of the followers of Betis, and of the club itself, are born from the expulsion of Álex Moreno in that match. The Verdiblancos also requested a penalty not indicated by Catena’s hand and Falcao’s lack of Batra in the same play of the Rayo equalizing goal. The meeting ended 1-1.

Likewise, the RFEF Integrity department could report Betis to the Competition Committee for the message written by the official Twitter account of the Verdiblanco club after the match. The Betics criticized the arbitration of Alejandro Muñiz Ruiz. “Real Betis has been absolutely respectful with the arbitration team for many years, but today’s arbitration is incomprehensible. The function of the referees is to impart justice, not the ignominy that we have experienced today in Vallecas,” they published.

The Sevillian team considered that “a failure is understandable, but the repetition of errors in the same direction and violating the regulations cannot be.” Betis listed as possible arbitration errors in Vallecas the “expulsion of Álex Moreno”, a “hand in the local area” not designated as a penalty, a “foul prior to the goal” of the Rayo draw and a foul called against Portuguese William Carvalho ” when he was left alone “in the local area, to conclude with the following statement:” there is no possible explanation. Given this information, Claudio Bravo himself, Betic goalkeeper, has answered: “Wouldn’t it be better to fine the person and those who make multiple mistakes in the game? What is the fault of others for telling the truth? The fine to silence”.




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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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