Referee dies after shocking attack by players and fans for showing a red card
A referee in El Salvador has sadly died from injuries after being the victim of a shocking attack from players and fans.Information Guide Nigeria
Jose Arnoldo Amaya had been taking charge of an amateur match last week, and showed a second yellow card to a player, sending him off for aggressive behaviour.
Shockingly, this led to the 63-year-old being badly beaten up by both players and supporters, and later passed away from internal bleeding.JAMB Result
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According to the report from caughtoffside, the Salvadoran Football Federation has been quick to issue a statement condemning this horrific act of violence against Amaya.
“As a Federation, we repudiate all the acts of violence that are being generated in the different sports venues in the country,” the statement read.
The report has it that the Salvadoran president Hugo Carillo also made an official statement on national television to condemn this sad incident.
“As a Federation, we repudiate what happened to referee Jose Arnoldo Amaya,” Carillo said. “And we trust that the authorities can find those responsible for taking the refer
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