Morón reveals that Colo Colo will not appeal to Vidal’s red in the Chile Cup: “We cannot file a claim” | Soccer


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In a heart-stopping match, Colo Colo managed to rescue a 2-2 draw against O’Higgins in the first leg of the Chile Cup quarterfinals, but the most talked about was the expulsion of Arturo Vidal for a double yellow that will leave him out of the next meeting. The decision of referee Víctor Manzor generated controversy, even the Blanco y Negro sports manager ruled out the possibility of appealing the sanction. Vidal will miss the second leg scheduled for June 30 at the Monumental Stadium, leaving coach Jorge Almirón without a key piece in the midfield.

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In the agonizing equality that obtained Colo Colo (2-2) before O’Higgins In the first leg of the Chile Cup quarterfinals, the expulsion of Arturo Vidal was marked.

The experienced midfielder received a double yellow card for an infringement against Antonio Diaz and referee Víctor Manzordid not hesitate to validate the red card for the ‘King’, a situation that bothered the two-time champion of America with La Roja and of course, the albos.

It was thus that after the sanction against Arturo Vidal, the sports manager of Blanco y Negro, Daniel MoronHe raised his voice to refer to a possible appeal, which he buried instantly.

We cannot file a claim because there is a touch and when there is a touch, it becomes the referee’s discretion.. So, the court is prevented from acting in those cases,” he said in a dialogue reproduced by DaleAlbo.

Regarding the action that involved the ’23’ of ‘Cacique’, the Libertadores champion with Colo Colo in 1991 declared that “Perhaps, in my opinion, it was exaggerated, but it is the referee’s assessment. What yes, there was an elbow that could have had the same sanction and that was not the case.”

Thus, the expulsion of Arturo Vidal makes it impossible for him to play a match, only for the Chile Cup. Therefore, Jorge Almirón will not be able to count on the footballer for the rematch against O’Higgins, to be played next Sunday June 30 from 5:30 p.m. at the Monumental Stadium.

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