Turkish Süper Lig big Galatasaray have taken a stand towards the current controversial statements made by Lale Orta, president of the Turkish Soccer Federation’s (TFF) Central Arbitration Board (MHK).
In response to Orta’s declare that allegations of pressuring broadcaster commentators had been false, the membership acknowledged that: “At this level, the assertion uttered by the president of the Turkish Soccer Federation’s Central Arbitration Board (MHK), Lale Orta, constitutes a veritable admission, affirming the allegations disseminated within the press. He has blatantly ignored the precept of impartiality and has undertaken the mission of manipulating public perceptions.”
Moreover, Galatasaray have demanded clarification on the allegations concerning the positions within the Kasımpaşa match throughout Süper Lig’s twenty fifth week.
The membership’s assertion learn, “We discover it tough to understand the intention behind this transfer, which is extra egregious than any referee errors made to this point, and which immediately interferes with the scales of justice.”
The assertion additionally referred to as for Orta to clarify the allegations that he sought to imbue different broadcasters after the match and questioned how somebody with such allegations could possibly be the chairman of a significant board tasked with guaranteeing justice.
Moreover, the Galatasaray Membership have urged the Turkish Soccer Federation (TFF) to research whether or not referees within the VAR room had been interfered with throughout their current match towards Konyaspor.
In keeping with the membership: “In the course of the Konyaspor match we performed final night time (Friday), our participant Leo Dubois was subjected to an undisputed purple card, which the referee with a yellow card incomprehensibly dismissed, and so as to add to that, the identical Konyaspor participant was not given a second yellow card within the later minutes of the match. Thus, it’s crucial to meticulously look at the speeches made by our federation, together with the referees, and elucidate whether or not there was any intervention with the VAR. We anticipate the Turkish Soccer Federation to cautiously assess these points and take the required measures to make sure justice, which is its most elementary responsibility, on this journey, we stand agency by our motto, ‘Not for a membership, justice for all!”