BARTOMEU, IN THE FOOD OF DIRECTIVES
The Barça went back to ask the VAR in the previous of the final of Glass
Published:27/05/2017 - 18:33h
Updated:27/05/2017 - 20:21h
The president of the FC Barcelona, Josep Maria Bartomeu, would have gone back to ask during the food of directives the implantation of the VAR of face to the next season in the Spanish competitions. In the food was present Ángel María Villar
The maximum mandator of the FC Barcelona, Josep Maria Bartomeu, took advantage of the appearances during the official breakfast of the final of the Glass of the King 2016-17 to insist, in front of the president of the Real Spanish Federation of Football (RFEF) Ángel María Villar, in the need to enter the technology in the world of the arbitration of face to the next season in the Spanish football.
The president of the Barcelona ensured that the videoarbitraje will serve to improve the justice on the terrains of game, helping to the referees to do still better his work of face to the future. In this sense, the posture of the FC Barcelona is clear in this regard.
We remember that it does some days, during an interview conceded by the trainer of the Alavés, Mauricio Pellegrino, the same technician babazorro ensured also that it would love him that the VAR could have used during the final of Glass of the King against the FC Barcelona.
The VAR would have helped to the Barça in League
Unfortunately, the Spanish football continue being the only of the big Leagues in which it has not implemented said technology. To having been by the VAR, is very possible that the FC Barcelona had gone out victorious of LaLiga Santander 2016-17, splitting of the base, without going more far, of the goal of Jordi Alba that went in half metre and that cancelled him to the Barça in the stadium of the Real Betis.
It will be necessary to see if Ángel María Villar, president of the RFEF, accepts of face to the next seasons the implementation of the VAR, that also carries him months asking from the League of Professional Football (LFP), chaired by Javier Thebes.