[Serie A] JUVENTUS 2-1 AC Milan [April 6th, 2019] (1 Viewer)


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Juve-Milan ref 'to be dropped'
By Football Italia staff


Referee Michael Fabbri will reportedly be dropped after his controversial performance during Juventus’ 2-1 win against Milan on Saturday.
Fabbri came under fire for not awarding Milan a penalty, while neither the official nor VAR spotted Mario Mandzukic kick out at Alessio Romagnoli.
Consequently, La Repubblica expects the 35year-old to be dropped for the next two rounds of Serie A and not be assigned a Rossoneri match for the rest of the season.
It comes ahead of a meeting between Coaches, captains and referees at the offices of Lega Serie A on Monday morning.
Rosario Abisso was forced to sit out three games last month after he was similarly scrutinised for his performance in the fixture between Fiorentina and Inter.
 

Mark

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Dec 19, 2003
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yeah, ref was shite, i can't see any valid reason to disallow kean's header:

will we get excuses from Rizzoli?
 

Kyle

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Juve-Milan ref 'to be dropped'
By Football Italia staff
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Referee Michael Fabbri will reportedly be dropped after his controversial performance during Juventus’ 2-1 win against Milan on Saturday.
Fabbri came under fire for not awarding Milan a penalty, while neither the official nor VAR spotted Mario Mandzukic kick out at Alessio Romagnoli.
Consequently, La Repubblica expects the 35year-old to be dropped for the next two rounds of Serie A and not be assigned a Rossoneri match for the rest of the season.
It comes ahead of a meeting between Coaches, captains and referees at the offices of Lega Serie A on Monday morning.
Rosario Abisso was forced to sit out three games last month after he was similarly scrutinised for his performance in the fixture between Fiorentina and Inter.
Crazy stuff. So Milan can just select which refs get to work and which don't? Better not upset them if you are a ref.
 

tosh_rose

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Aug 21, 2010
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07 April at 13:15
AC Milan goalkeeper Pepe Reina believes that the rossoneri did not deserve to lose their Serie A clash against Juventus yesterday.

Despite putting up a very good performance in Turin, Milan picked up no points from the game. They were denied two penalty appeals, a decision that is being highly criticised. Moise Kean scored against the club he supports late in the game. :lol: :lol: :lol:

just calciomercato being calciomercato
 
Dec 22, 2018
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They have become like Inter fans
They are probably posturing for the refs to favor them in the remaining few matches - so as to sneak into the ECL places at the expense of Atalanta / Roma / Lazio.

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Like their whole season was ruined by this one match.

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Like their whole season was ruined by this one match.
 

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