21 April 2024

The suspension of the assignment of “KFA’s tearful refereeing” is just a tool to avoid controversy for a while

By pestfood.com

Nischcatch. It is a variant combination of the English words nice, issue, and catch inspired by nice catch, which means “well caught.” It can be interpreted as “I captured a good issue.” It focuses on issues that are in the spotlight and takes a closer look. [Editor’s note]

The Korea Football Association’s taking care of referees is tearful.

Jeonbuk Hyundai and FC Seoul played the eighth round of Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at 4:30 p.m. on the 20th at Seoul World Cup Stadium.

It was a slugfest. Jeonbuk dominated Seoul 3-2 after a battle, securing three points and recording its second consecutive win.

In particular, Jeonbuk has once again imprinted itself as a strong player as it has been undefeated against Seoul with 16 wins and five draws since July 2017.

The part that caught the eye of the game was the referee. Referee Kim Hee-gon was assigned.

Referee Kim Hee-gon caused controversy over the decision in the K League 16 round match between Incheon United and Jeju United on the 6th.

At that time, Incheon’s Mugosa scored Min Kyung-heon’s cross in the 27th minute of the first half, but referee Kim Hee-gon decided to cancel the goal by declaring an attacker foul.

Mugosa decided that he committed a foul in the process of competing with Lim Chae-min of Jeju. He communicated with the video reading room, but he kept it the same.

Referee Kim Hee-gon’s decision was decided by a misjudgment.

The Korea Football Association’s referee committee said in an evaluation subcommittee on the 12th that Mugosa’s decision to cancel the score was a misjudgment.

The referee committee of the Korea Football Association suspended referee Kim Hee-gon of the Incheon-Jeju match and referee Chung Dong-sik who was in the video recording room. It did not disclose the number of games.

However, in two weeks, referee Kim Hee-gon was assigned as the referee for the Seoul-Jeonbuk match and returned three times.

Incheon unfairly lost one goal. This could determine its fate this season. It is the worst assumption, but it may have to face an unimaginable relegation.

However, the Korea Football Association is lenient when it comes to referees who are responsible. It has been consistent with soft punishment.

Surprisingly, this is not the first time the Korea Football Association has been punished lightly.

In the 35th round of the K League 1 match between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Pohang Steelers last season, six referees were also punished with a slap on the wrist for causing controversy over the participation of unqualified players due to a substitution mistake. 고소득알바

At that time, the six judges were given a severe administrative measure suspension of assignment for only three games until the end of the season. Was it a punishment that held them truly accountable?