Real Madrid releases a film detailing every error former referee

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Real Madrid, one of the most successful and popular football clubs in the world. Real Madrid releases a video outlining all the mistakes made by former referee. Eduardo Iturralde Gonzalez against them over the last 17 years. The video, which is almost 13 minutes long, highlights numerous controversial decisions made by Iturralde in various matches involving Real Madrid.

The video begins with an introduction explaining the purpose of its release. Real Madrid’s intention was not to criticize Iturralde or any other referee but to highlight the need for improved officiating standards in football. The video also notes that mistakes are a natural part of football and that they can happen to anyone, including referees.

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However, the video goes on to show several incidents where Iturralde’s decisions appear to have favored Real Madrid’s opponents. For example, the video shows a match in 2010 where Iturralde awarded a penalty to Barcelona. Despite the foul occurring outside the box. Iturralde was also criticize for not awarding a penalty to Real Madrid in a match against Valencia in 2010.

against Athletic Bilbao in 2009, a red card given to Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos in a match against Getafe in 2012. A penalty awarded to Sevilla in 2011 despite the foul occurring outside the box.

Real Madrid releases the video after 17 years

It is important to note that the video only shows incidents involving Iturralde and Real Madrid. It does not mean that Iturralde was bias against Real Madrid or that he made mistakes only against them. However, the video does highlight the need for improved officiating standards in football.

Football is a game where decisions can have a significant impact on the outcome of a match. Referees are human, and they are prone to mistakes. However, mistakes made by referees can be minimize by the use of technology. For example, the introduction of VAR (Video Assistant Referee) has significantly reduced the number of controversial decisions in football.

Real Madrid’s video also highlights the need for accountability in football. Referees should be held accountable for their mistakes, just like players and coaches are held accountable for theirs. Referees should be subject to post-match analysis, and their mistakes should be reviewed and corrected.

In conclusion, Real Madrid’s video outlining all the mistakes made by former referee Eduardo Iturralde Gonzalez against them over the last 17 years is a powerful reminder of the need for improved officiating standards in football. Football is a game that is love by millions of people around the world, and it is essential that it is play fairly and with integrity.

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