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Protest at the friendly game – football sports news

There was a protest from Trabzonspor for the referee’s decisions in the Super League.

Footballers in Trabzonspor, He waited for 30 seconds to protest the referee’s decisions in the friendly match played with sports. Burgundy-Blue players who started the match did not move after leaving the ball to the opponent.

EDDIE NEWTON: “TIRED, USED”

Trabzonspor coach Eddie Newton spoke about the protests after the match.

When Newton said that they decided to take action for the mistakes made, he said, “As the club, we are tired and tired of the decisions taken against us. When we talked to our managers, our players, our president, we decided that we had to do something. I hope this message has reached its place and it is understood how annoying this situation is. ” used the expressions.

The winner of the preparatory match was Erzurumspor, the new team of the league. The match ended with the home team dominating 2-1.

Erzurum’s goals in the match came from Ömer Şişmanoğlu in the 18th minute and Ricardo Gomes at the 34th minute. ‘s only goal came from Bilal Başaçıkoğlu in the 54th minute.

Image (1) courtesy by grist.org

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