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Zwane has finally opened up about poor officials against Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane has revealed that Victor Gomez told him he made a mistake in yellow carding Zitha Kwinika against Mamelodi Sundowns.

Kwinika was booked in Chiefs' 4-0 defeat at Sundowns at the weekend and many believed he was wrongfully booked by match referee Victor Gomez, who awarded a penalty for Siyabonga Ngezan's foul on Peter Shalulile And then straight to Kwinika to reserve it.

While there is an ongoing debate over the booking, Zwane has now made it clear that Gomes has admitted his mistake.

"In the first half, the referee of the day, Mr. Gomes came to me and said: "Look, I made a mistake. you made a mistake "It's human error like no other," he said Thursday. “Others You can always make mistakes. And that's what he told me. "I alerted the wrong player," he said. ' I said, 'No, it's okay.

As a game official, I will understand and move on. As coaches and players we make mistakes and everyone else does. "That's what I wanted to convey. When Zitha was warned, [Zitha] didn't say anything.

We don't need to question it. This is a mistake and we move on. We don't want to pay attention to it, we don't even want to pay attention to it. we are fine Let's understand and move on. “Because on the way to the stadium, a guy who came up to me at halftime said, “Coach, I made a mistake.

It was human error". In an interview with iDiski Times, Kwinika was warned about the dissent and Zwan said she wanted to move on. "The Zeta said nothing," he repeated. “We also had to check it out and make sure. Unfortunately, it's not a big deal. We don't want to exaggerate. We keep moving forward.

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