Dutch Coach Marcel Kaiser Attacks Referee in Saudi League Match: An-Nasr vs Al-Shabab


Dutch coach Marcel Kaiser attacked the referee of his team’s match with Saudi Al-Nasr.

Al-Alami met his youth colleague in the fourth round of the Saudi League Roshen and won by four goals and a draw.

Al Nasr’s balance climbed to 6 points in the middle of the Saudi League standings, while Al Shabab froze in fifteenth position in the standings with two points.

The territory of the first park became the stronghold of the team. GlobalThe land owner won four goals against Al Shabaab, scored by Cristiano Ronaldo (two goals), Sadio Mane and Sultan Al Ghanam.

The youth coach attacked the referee of the Saudi match “An-Nasr”

Kaiser spoke at the press conference after the match, saying “The win deserved to win, but I don’t understand how penalties are calculated and in our previous match we were not awarded penalties like those calculated for a win.” ยป

Regarding the elimination of the Argentine Banega, he stated: “This elimination is a natural result of tension and enthusiasm, since this is a derby match.”

He added: “We will try to fight and come back again after two losses in the last three rounds, the players are trying to look positive and we will try to improve the situation in the next matches.”

Regarding youth support, he concluded: “We are waiting for the registration of three new legionnaires before the end of the summer period.”

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