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Pablo Lunati, after the VAR scandal: “All Barracas matches should end like this”

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Pablo Lunati, after the VAR scandal: “All Barracas matches should end like this”

Pablo Lunati, after the VAR scandal:

Pablo Lunati, in a friendly after his withdrawal from arbitration. Photo: Marcelo Carroll

Pablo Lunati, former professional referee of Argentine football, has expressed strong criticism of arbitration in general and of Claudio Tapia’s Alfa: “All Barracas (Central) matches should end like this“, launched the former man in black in reference to the scandal that arose in the match that ended with the victory of El Guapo over the Patronato de Paraná (2-1), due to the poor performance of Jorge Baliño at the request of the VAR.

“All the games of Barracas (Central) should end like this. What happens is that everyone closes the queue, but this time those of the Board have not won it”, Lunati, who is now 55 years old and has already retired from the activities.

Colombian Sebastián Rincón’s goal per hour for Barracas sparked scandal on the All Boys pitch after VAR canceled two goals for Facundo Sava’s side. One of these even resulted in a (non-existent) sanction for those led by Berti that Iván Tapia was unable to convert, otherwise the embezzlement would have been even greater. It is worth mentioning that Baliño had not charged the foul and ended up sanctioning the maximum penalty due to the call of the VAR commanded by Diego Abal and Diego Ceballos.

“In the All Boys’ field game, the VAR was not in Ezeiza (in reference to the AFA property located there) but in a small truck near the field. Do you know who the VAR was? Diego Abbal. And do you know who else it was? Yes folks, Diego Ceballos “, wrote Lunati on his social media.

The participation of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) is increasingly being questioned in Argentine football since its implementation, on the basis, at least, of suggestive designations by the Referee Training Directorate for each of the matches, charged to Federico Beligoy.

Gradually, Tapia and Beligoy’s impunity will end“Lunati said in relation to the relationship between the current AFA executive and Barracas Central (the club he chaired before taking office in the body that governs local football destinations), in addition to the alleged” conflict of interest “representing that Beligoy is also general secretary of the Argentine Association of Referees (AAA).

With information from Telam

Source: Clarin

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