The referee fought with a player in a mini football match in Yekaterinburg 05:59

In the Yekaterinburg city league mini football match played between Pamir and Uralkhimmash teams, chief referee Roman Kambarov had a fight with Uralkhimmash football player Valery Lebedev. “Championship”.

During the match, Lebedev started arguing with the referee and received a yellow card. The player did not stop and continued to argue, but received a second yellow card and received a red card. Lebedev did not leave the area, then Kambarov punched him in the face.

Kambarov has been banned from refereeing until the end of the 2023/24 season. It was learned that Lebedev was also suspended until the end of the season.

Russian player Dmitry Osokin, formerly of the Hevik club disqualified Norway crooked for hitting the referee in the championship match. Following the incident, the club apologized to the referee.

Previously Evgeni Malkin hit me in the face Canadian after attack by three Philadelphia hockey players.

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Source: Gazeta


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