woensdag 13 mei 2009

Barcelona vs Chelsea

The semi-final between Barcalona and Chelsea ended in 1-1. Even though it turned into a draw, it was an unforgettable match. The Danish referee Ovrebo, instigated a lot of anger and disgruntlement among the Chelsea players. The referee admitted to have made mistakes (missed two hands fouls) during the game. Didier Drogba, Chelsea’s striker, did not behave as a role-model, so to speak. He shouted and cursed into the camera. Another team player, Michael Ballack, also faces misconduct charges by the UEFA after showing unfair behaviour. Chelsea supporters were furious and even the referee was confronted with death threats. I believe the situation is bluntly ridiculous. The organisation should expect proper behaviour from the players, if not they should be punished by a fine, or suspension for upcoming matches. I can imagine that it is hard to control your emotions in the heat of the moment but for players like Drogba and Ballack this kind of behaviour is unacceptable.


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/leagues/premierleague/chelsea/5292515/Chelsea-v-Barcelona-Didier-Drogba-says-sorry-but-career-under-threat.html

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