For the following game, the Man Utd vs. Wolves referee will be suspended.

Wolves complained to the referee about the Andre Onana penalty situation, but the official disagreed. Andre Onana, the goalie for Manchester United, attempted to punch the ball during the last seconds of the game, but instead he collided with Kalajdzic. The penalty challenge was denied by referee Simon Hooper, and the ball ultimately went out for a corner kick. Despite the match’s VAR review, no penalty was given, and Raphael Varane’s goal caused Wolves to lose 1-0. CONTINUE READING>>>>>

The Premier League Match Officials’ Panel (PGMOL) issued an apology to Wolves manager Gary O’Neil and Director Jon Moss, admitting that the penalty was “very clear” and that the referee’s failure to award it or use VAR was a mistake.

The primary referee, Simon Hooper, and the VAR officials, Michael Salisbury and Richard West, were not chosen to officiate any games this coming weekend. Since the lineups for the fixtures the following weekend had not been decided upon prior to the Man United vs. Wolves encounter, their status was recorded as “not appointed” rather than “replaced.”

Following the game, Howard Webb, the director of the Premier League Match Officials’ Panel, apologized to O’Neill and acknowledged a serious error had been made. Webb assured teams and supporters that PGMOL would recognise the mistakes.

According to the former World Cup final referee, PGMOL requires an open and transparent strategy. His discussion with O’Neill and Moss shows that they are seeking clarification.…… Continue Your Reading

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