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“Weiners” denounces “arbitral settlement of accounts”

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“Weiners” denounces “arbitral settlement of accounts”

Hespress Sports Image: Wydad Sports Club Hesport page – Mohamed FankarFriday 9 February 2024 – 14:41

“Winners,” the faction supporting the Wydad Sports Club football team, denounced “the arbitration errors that the club suffered during the Al-Fateh Sports Club match,” in the sixteenth round of the professional tournament, which was played last Wednesday.

“Weiners”, in a statement published on his private page on “Facebook”, criticized the decisions of referee Nabil Benrqia in the Al-Fateh match, enumerating the “mistakes” he committed, including “not announcing a penalty kick in favor of Wydad and not returning to video technology in this case, in addition to A goal was awarded to the host team despite the error committed against Wydad’s defender, in addition to not executing a free kick from its place, which resulted in the winning goal for the opponent.”

The “Wydadi faction” said that it denounces “the settling of scores practiced by the arbitration directorate against the team, and the provocative decisions in every match, whether by the field referees or the mouse room.”

The same source considered that “these influential errors directly contributed to awarding undeserved points to the Fath Rabat team,” highlighting that “they are repeated repeatedly and mean that the club is being targeted by the Arbitration Directorate.”

It is noteworthy that Wydad Athletic Club currently occupies fourth place in the professional championship, with 25 points, 11 points away from the leaders, the Royal Army and Raja Athletic Club.

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