LaLiga Santander responds to controversy over the new ball

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LaLiga has responded to the controversy that arose around the pink ball with which the day has been disputed. Complaints about visibility, both in the field and on television, to which the competition reacts.

“LaLiga and Puma wish to clarify that the new pink ball, presented last week, has been used in all fields of LaLiga Santander and LaLiga Smartbank on the last day for being the first since its presentation. From now on it will be used only in those matches with adverse weather conditions, as planned, “LaLiga announced in a statement.

That is, it will return to the previous ball except in those cases of rain or snow in which the visibility of the white ball is compromised.

Anil Murthy: “I hope the VAR improves, especially with a red card”

Valencia president Anil Murthy, president of Valencia CF, appeared very upset with the suffering expulsion Rodrigo 29 minutes into the game , following a Estupiñán action in which he hit with his elbow Estupiñán . Valencia, which won 0-1 at that time, ended up losing 3-1 against Osasuna , a situation that Valencia’s president Anil Murthy complained after the VCF Mèdia match . “It was a difficult game, the direct red card to Rodrigo has changed the whole game, but we have to get up. The expulsion changed everything, but now we have an important match on Wednesday against Sevilla and we need all the fans in the field to support the team, “said the president.

The president of Valencia, who before the impending disengagement of Mateu Alemany occasionally serves as spokesman, complained to the official media : “I have seen the repeated play and I think that sometimes what happens in football is very unfair. we have the VAR, I hope that its operation will improve. You have to check with the VAR such decisive plays, especially a red card, because these things can change the game as it happened today, “he concluded.I have seen the repeated play and I think sometimes it is very unfair what happens in football “

On the other hand, the general director Mateu Alemany has practically closed the agreement to disconnect from Valencia under very favorable conditions to those he had signed in his contract. If there is no change of opinion, the CEO will not have any veto on his future destination in exchange for giving up some amounts and hopes to meet with Peter Lim next week in Singapore to sign and formalize his disengagement from Valencia.


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