The Romanian Football Association (FRF) banned the assistant referee, who asked Erling Haaland to provide a charity signature after the Manchester City and Dortmund match on Tuesday night.
Romanian Octavian Sovre (Octavian Sovre) asked the German club’s Norwegian forward to sign a yellow card in the locker room after suffering a blow. Although the situation is abnormal, the 20-year-old meets the requirements.
Sovre was sold on Thursday and has long been collecting signatures from various athletes (currently about 250) and donating the proceeds from the sale to autism support organizations. Simona Zlibut, SOS’s director of autism, said that they are very grateful for the help of the judge. Without their help, they would not be able to work normally.
The European Union (UEFA) said on Thursday that it was unacceptable and unworthy for match officials to require football players to sign, and after the Romanian Federation made a decision on Friday, Sobre missed the Sunday University Craiova-CFR Cluj University referee Group of three. .