Senegal: The scathing rant of Aliou Cissé on African arbitration – Onze d’Afrik

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The coach of the Senegalese national team, Aliou Cissé, has violently attacked arbitration on the African continent, which he describes as a scandal.

In an interview given to The worldthe Senegalese technician, Aliou Cissé, pointed out the limits of the refereeing body. “Arbitration. I say it: arbitration is a scandal on the African continent. We don’t know how to handle it. Even those who are considered good referees are disappointing. I would even go further: why not look for some in Europe?” he first cursed. The reigning African Champions coach goes even further. He thinks that some referees are not aware of certain phases of play.

“There are referees who, on a corner, do not know the difference between individual marking and defending in the zone. A referee is able to err in our favor and in another match, he can whistle against us. They tell me not to talk about it, lest all the referees gang up on Senegal. But who will do it then? I don’t want to disrespect anyone: I am African and I want my football to move forward, but for that, we have to be listened to.”

he hammers. During the last AFCON, CAF summoned South American referees. Aliou Cissé admits to having appreciated this initiative.

“I liked it, it didn’t bother me. When we talk about refereeing errors, we are told to stop whining, but until we solve this problem, the level of play will always leave something to be desired. Djamel Belmadi often talks about it, I understand it because I live it, like other coaches. These refereeing problems have consequences on our level of play. Senegal likes intensity, our opponents know it and during the matches, they do everything to break it by multiplying the faults. But the referees never sanction and that prevents us from developing our best football. But at the World Cup, you will see something else, the referees will not be the same. “, thus concluded Aliou Cissé.

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