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Mohun Bagan complain AIFF about ‘sub-standard refereeing’

Mohun Bagan complain AIFF about 'sub-standard refereeing'

Kolkata, Feb 14: Town soccer giants Mohun Bagan as soon as once more wrote to the All India Soccer Federation (AIFF) alleging they weren’t given a penalty of their I-League recreation in opposition to laggards Gokulam FC which they misplaced 1-2 on Monday.

The defeat supposed the 2015 champions are nearly out of the name race and with arch-rivals East Bengal profitable in opposition to Minerva Punjab FC away on Tuesday, going inside 3 issues of the leaders with 4 suits to move, their distress was once additional compounded.

The loss supposed Mohun Bagan’s name hopes have been all however over with 8 issues hole between the fourth positioned Inexperienced and Maroons and leaders Minerva.

“We performed in opposition to Gokulam Kerala FC and the panel of referees have been from southern a part of India, we had our droop that issues may pass awry and unerringly our instinct was once comprehend. 

It is vital to make an reputable criticism concerning the efficiency of referee Mr. Palmson Raj,” Mohun Bagan director Debashis Dutta wrote in his mail to AIFF basic secretary Kushal Das. I-League CEO Sunando Dhar was once marked a replica.

“Mr Palmson struggled to stay alongside of pace of the sport and was once ceaselessly forward of the play with a purpose to stay up, leading to fallacious selections and ignored fouls.

“He made some other horrendous mistake in the second one part when he confirmed a yellow card to our participant Dipanda Dicka, conserving him culpable for a hand ball. If you happen to take a look at the TV recording Dicka had obviously chest the ball down,” Dutta wrote on Monday at at 11.16 p.m. The mail was once shared with the media on Tuesday night time.

Dutta had previous complained about “refereeing gaffe” in a mail despatched at 6.48 p.m. on Monday for his or her away fit in opposition to lowly Chennai Town FC the place they dropped issues after a goalless draw.

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