Euro 2024: A refereeing revolution in Switzerland after the tournament?

Euro 2024: A refereeing revolution in Switzerland after the tournament?
Euro 2024: A refereeing revolution in Switzerland after the tournament?

After the Euro, a refereeing revolution in Switzerland?

You don’t talk to the referee anymore unless you’re the captain. The German tournament directive seems to work. But there’s no obligation for individual countries to apply it.

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Bad reflex. Aurélien Tchouaméni jumped on the referee of France-Belgium at the start of the match on Monday. The midfielder of the French team wanted a corner, Mr. Nyberg had indicated a clearance five meters away. Dissension between the two men. Normally, Tchouaméni would not have come away the winner of the negotiation. But not particularly the loser either. In this case, the Swedish game director sent him back to his place with a yellow card erected like a cinder block wall. We won’t catch him doing it again.

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