Bordeaux: Albert Riera criticizes refereeing

Bordeaux: Albert Riera criticizes refereeing
Bordeaux: Albert Riera criticizes refereeing

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A difficult season on all levels. Saturday April 27, the Girondins de Bordeaux lost by the smallest of margins (0-1 on the pitch of the Stade Lavallois Mayenne Football Club during the thirty-fifth day of Ligue 1. During the match, Bordeaux coach Albert Riera was excluded at the post-match press conference, the Spanish technician criticized the behavior of referee Mickael Lesage: “It’s the first time I spoke to the referee about the match. I told him. told to stop talking to my players because we were wasting time when we wanted to play as quickly as possible. There was no insult, nothing special. I think he (the referee) didn’t want to talk but at that moment, give me a yellow card… I talk to him about the game, about the situation (a red card for Gaëtan Weissbeck) without insult, and I felt that he didn’t want to talk. didn’t respect me after the red, I told him that with such behavior towards me, he is a Second Division referee and that I think he will stay that way.”

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Next match against Ajaccio

Friday May 3, the Girondins de Bordeaux (14th with 44 pts) will host AC Ajaccio (11th with 46 pts) for the thirty-sixth day of the French second division. The match, which will be followed live on Foot-National, will kick off at 8 p.m. at Matmut Atlantique.

To sum up

A difficult season on all levels. Saturday April 27, the Girondins de Bordeaux lost by the smallest of margins on the pitch of the Stade Lavallois Mayenne Football Club during the thirty-fifth day of Ligue 1. During the match, Bordeaux coach Albert Riera was excluded . Present at a post-match press conference, the Spanish technician castigated the behavior of referee Mickael Lesage


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