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Submitted by SadeckJaffal 775d ago | news

Valdes' foul-mouthed rant at referee Perez Lasa

The Barcelona goalkeeper was shown the red card for protesting after his side's 2-1 loss at Real Madrid, furious at the official's decision not to award a late penalty to Adriano

Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes could face a lengthy ban for verbally abusing referee Miguel Angel Perez Lasa after Saturday's Clasico clash against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu. (Barcelona, Real Madrid, Spanish Primera Division, Victor Valdes Arribas)

SadeckJaffal  +   776d ago
There is something in players that i don't understand , i mean the game is over and the refere is not going to go back on his decision so why make such a stupid thing ?
jak3y13oy  +   776d ago
Second that!
Nes_Daze  +   775d ago
Because he doesn't care, he wants to tell the ref how he feels and he knows there's not much the ref can do to punish him...
KingPin  +   775d ago
well the ref wont be missing the next match so i guess he wins.

Ref = 1
Valdes = 0.

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