Victory asks for a “foreign whistle” to confront Abha

Sources revealed to Al-Riyadhiya that Al-Nasr club management submitted a request for a foreign arbitration team for the two matches of its first football team against Abha in the 21st round of the Saudi Roshan League, and the quarter-final match of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup competition.
This comes less than 24 hours after the statements made by Mesli Al Muammar, president of the Yellow Club, in the aftermath of his team’s match against Al-Batin in the 19th round, in which he said: “We will ask foreign referees in all our remaining matches, given the obvious impact of the Saudi referee from some public pressure.” And the media, at a time when we did not find protection from the Referees Committee regarding this matter.
And earlier, Musli Al Muammar also stated, about his administration not asking foreign referees in the last period, saying: “We used to do that last season, but we did not see elite referees in our matches, which made us suffer from some wrong decisions, so we preferred not to Raise a request for a foreign ruling, so that crews are provided at a higher level.
The Saudi referee has managed all 10 home victory matches so far, with the exception of the Al-Ittihad and Al-Hilal matches, as the first was led by Uruguayan Andres Cunha, and the second by Mexican Cesar Artur.

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