There is a complicated scenario in Ecuadorian football. The skilled referees have made the determination to paralyze their participation in Serie A on account of the aggression skilled by the referee of the sport between Macará and Aucas that was performed on Saturday-evening.
In a match legitimate earlier than the seventh date of the second section of the championship, referee Alex Dozen decided the most penalty in favor of the workforce the place the former goalkeeper of the University of Chile, Hernán Galíndez, performs. goalkeeper coach, Héctor Chiriboga was not proud of the determination of the and began with the outrageous claims that was aggression as the minutes handed.
The 56-year-old former football participant was offended with Cajas and attacked him with a punchwhich meant the suspension of the work of Ecuador’s skilled referees in the match.
The Ecuadorian Football Federation rejected the truth and gave all its assist to the attacked decide. In addition, he confirmed the cessation of arbitration in the remainder of the video games to be performed. “Faced with the cowardly and cruel attack on our colleague Alex Cajas, all referees, in rejection and solidarity with what has happened, we have decided not to present ourselves to succeed in the remaining four matches of the seventh date of the second stage‘ they said in an official statement.
In that line, Miguel Ángel Loor, President of the Professional Football Leagueregretted what Cajas went through, but was against the suspension of the rest of the date. “A few hours ago there was an embarrassing act that will of course be punished. The Disciplinary Committee meets on Tuesday Why take this action and actually hurt everyone for it? There must be criteria to decide these things. We already have a problem to solve, now another?
LigaPro was against suspending the day, so the judges who fail to show up for the games will be subject to a series of penalties. Referees who fail to referee their corresponding duels could be given three to six suspension dates and even they can be banned from the FIFA rankings if they return in the same tournament.
Loor, pointed out through his social networks that “the clubs must present themselves at their respective matches. If the umpires decide not to attend, there are both disciplinary and financial penalties. We’re not going to hurt the clubs that have absolutely nothing to do with what happened”.
“The rules must be followed for everyone. Football cannot be locked up in its entire structure by such measures. There are many ways to solve the problem, even worse if not even the Disciplinary Commission has met,” the LigaPro chairman added.