After the irritation had steadily increased in recent weeks, dissatisfaction with the arbitration peaked after game day seven. Here and there there was a lot of criticism on the Belgian game management, as well as the entire framework around it. Bee The newspapaer Frank De Bleeckere reacted to the whole commotion.
The former top ref and spokesman for the Referee Department mainly addressed the comments of his former colleague Johan Verbist. In the same newspaper, he mainly complained about the poor communication of the referee body, as well as the arbitrariness in the weekly discussion of the most questionable phases of the weekend. After all, this often does not even cover half of the VAR interventions, the ex-referee’s boss noted.
However, De Bleeckere says that the intention was never to discuss all cases, but merely to inform the fans on the basis of a few ‘educational situations’. Naturally, all phases are discussed internally, he further clarifies, to indicate that the Referee Department is aware that the operation of the video ref and refs on the field can still be optimized. That is why evaluation sessions are also planned soon.
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