Nottingham manager ‘coup’… “Aren’t you giving Maguire handball PK? Apologize to the referee.”

Notium Forest manager Steve Cooper demanded an apology from referee Howard Webb.

Nottingham lost 0-2 in the 2022/23 season Premier League round 31 home match against Manchester United held at the City Ground in West Bridgeford, England on the 17th (Korean time).

Nottingham, who conceded the first goal to Anthony in the 32nd minute of the first half, contributed an additional goal to Diogo Dalot in the 31st minute of the second half and lost completely. As they failed to gain points, they could not escape the relegation line of 18th place (6 wins, 9 draws, 16 losses, 27 points).

There were also sad scenes. In the 19th minute of the first half, in an aerial contest in the Manchester United box, the ball touched the hand of Manchester United center back Harry Maguire. However, the referee did not award a penalty kick and the game continued.

According to the UK’s The Sun, Cooper took issue with this part. Cooper was angry, saying, “This is a serious error. I apologized last week for a mistake in the referee’s judgment, and now I will have to apologize again tomorrow. But this will not change anything.”

“This is happening too many times. I can’t say it was the absolute reason we lost, but it was definitely a penalty. Maguire could have gotten two yellow cards, and the game could have changed.” It shouldn’t be,” he said. 메이저놀이터

As Cooper said, the Premier League has often apologized for repeated judging errors this season. In February, Ivan Tony’s equalizer against Arsenal-Brentford was offside, but he acknowledged it as a goal and apologized.

The professional refereeing body promised to prevent a recurrence, but on the 9th, in the match between Tottenham Hotspur and Brighton, it made another judgment error that did not recognize Kaoru Mitoma’s penalty kick.

This time, too, he acknowledged his mistake and bowed his head, but that was all. Arsenal and Brighton ended up seeing only damage.

Just a week after the Tottenham-Brighton match error came out, controversy arose again.

The Sun expressed the Coup d’État as ‘COOP D’ETAT’ after Cooper’s name (Cooper), and said that Cooper rebelled against the professional refereeing body.

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