Wilson Cinema’s explanation angered not only fans, but Verdão’s board of directors as well.
a Palm trees He said goodbye to the Brazilian Cup early last Thursday (14), when he won the Sao Paulo by 2 to 1 in regular time, but in the maximum penalty shootout they ended up defeating their arch rivals by 4 to 3. It is worth noting that the feud ended at the lime mark because in the first match Rogerio Ceni’s team beat Alfeverde by 1 to 0, in Morumbi. Although the duel within the four lines is already over, the game “continues” behind the scenes. That’s because Leila Pereira and Anderson Barros have been in conflict with the Brazilian Football Confederation since the whistle of referee Leandro Voadin.
The top-ranked Palmeiras claimed at the end of the match that there was no penalty kick in Calleri, which spawned a São Paulo goal that ended with the decision taking the maximum from penalty kicks. In addition to the offense, the managers complained to the Brazilian Football Confederation that the São Paulo No. 9 shirt was offside at the origin of the bid. Days after the protest, the highest body in Brazilian football spoke out and gave Palmeiras a reason, saying that the VAR platform should have checked for offside at the start of the movement, which it did not.
After the pronunciation, the Brazilian Confederation (CBF) released a video and recording of referee Leandro Fadden with the assistants of the video assistant referee, which sparked more indignation from the board, which requested that the offside line be withdrawn. However, this should not happen anymore. This is because, according to the head of the CBF Jury, Wilson Luiz Sinem, he explained why he could not fulfill the request of Anderson Barros and Leila Pereira.
“The line cannot be drawn because this game has been on the machine for a while. According to company information, when the machine is used again, it must be reset. This has been reset.” Seneme summed it up in an interview with Globoesporte.com, noon Tuesday (19). The statement sparked a revolution in the board of directors of the two-time Libertadores champion.
Wilson Louise Sinem’s statement infuriated Verdau fans on the Internet: “I admit I expected a poor excuse, but this exceeded all my expectations,” said one fan. “What a joke,” another extreme fan of Alfeverde lamented.
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