Clos Gómez, arbitrating a party of First Division


Already there is referee for the Barça-Alavés of final of Glass!

Published:12/05/2017 - 13:31h

Updated:12/05/2017 - 13:31h

The referee that already directed the Alavés-Barcelona of League Santander that finished with 0-6 in favour of the culés, Clos Gómez, will be also the attendant to arbitrate the final of Glass of the King 2016-17 between both clubs the next 27 May

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The Technical Committee of Referees has given to know in the last hours the decision that Clos Gómez was the referee commissioned to direct the FC Barcelona-Alavés of the final of the Glass of the King 2016-17, that will contest the next 27 May in Vicente Calderón.

Raúl Cabañero Martínez, Diego Barber Seville, Alejandro Hernández Hernández and Teodoro Nephew Magán will be the referees assistants of Clos Gómez in the final of Glass of the King between both teams, and the curious is that Clos Gómez was the same referee that already directed the Alavés-Barcelona of this same season 2016-17 in Mendizorroza.

It was in the day 22 of League Santander, in a meeting that saldó with victory of the Barça by conclusive 0-6, and that remembers especially by the injury of gravity of Aleix Vidal by fault of a hard entrance of Theo Hernández, in which the referee not even pitó fault.

Good bagaje of the FC Barcelona with Clos Gómes

Also it arbitrated Clos Gómez the Barça-Seville of this course, in which the Barça imposed by 3-0 after a big first part. Besides, Clos Gómez pitó the first Classical of the season, in which Barça and Madrid empataron in the Camp Nou by 1-1.

Therefore, in general good bagaje of results this season with Clos Gómez like referee for the FC Barcelona, although it will be necessary to expect that the Aragonese was not too leading of face to the final of Glass of Rey.

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