It hurts to see other people failing to promote sportsmanship whenever officiates make wrong decisions during the game. What people need to know referees are also human beings therefore are bound to make mistakes, but some of the mistakes they do cost the teams.
On the video that is shown at sports at ten last night, we can see a player kicking a referee on the head. It is unfortunate because the referee fainted and quickly rushed to hospital, but according to the media report, it has been confirmed that he is now discharged from the hospital.
This incident raises a serious concern with how referees manage the games lately. On a game between Amazulu FC and Kaizer Chiefs a referee made an incorrect decision awarding Kaizer Chiefs a penalty spot kick on the crucial minutes of the game. This has caused a stir on social media, and it was fortunate coach Benni McCarthy managed to control his temper on the day, players were furious by the referee's decision.
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