• The head of the judicial Department of the RFU dubbed video replays feces from football

  • The head of the Department of refereeing and inspection of the Russian football Union (RFU) Andrey Budogossky criticized the idea of introduction of video replays in matches of the championship of the country. About it reports "R-Sport".

    "I practice video replays look absolutely negative. It will kill football. There is only one system that, in my opinion, can be used — the system of definition of a goal, and everything else, sorry, excrement from football," said Budogossky.

    Earlier on Tuesday, 1 November, the head of the Russian football Premier League (RFPL) Sergey Pryadkin said, that from next season teams can provide the opportunity for 2-3 times for the game to demand viewing by the judges of the controversial moments of the meeting.

    Budogossky was appointed head of Department of refereeing and inspection RFU October 31.


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