AC Milan technical director Paolo Maldini criticizes the performance of the referees in the match against Udinese with VAR failing to rule out a clear handball.
Now enough! Or rather, AC Milan say enough! It was about time we must add. For the umpteenth time the Rossoneri are seriously damaged by referee mistakes than can end up costing the Scudetto to Stefano Pioli’s side.
On the tenth anniversary of Sulley Muntari’s unjustly canceled goal against Juventus, the referee awards a goal to Udinese despite it being scored by hand with VAR failing to intervene. The management is finally raising their voice.
After Serra’s unbelievable error in Milan-Spezia, another sensational mistake happened yesterday against Udinese. And for the first time, not only coach Stefano Pioli but also a club director, Paolo Maldini, criticized the recent performances of the referees in AC Milan games.
“The VAR is a tool that should remove doubt but used in this way it hurts. It isn’t the first time for us. It’s an obvious mistake, whoever decides must understand football. , underlines Paolo Maldini, who then dwells on another, unacceptable situation.
“This is the message that I will transmit to those who deal with these things. AC Milan is at the top of the table and with all due respect for those with less experience they cannot always have rookie referees on our matches.”