sure fixed matches
Sure Fixed Matches
Proleter football player Nikola Ninković was outraged at the refereeing in the match against Radnički 1923, which his team lost with a score of 2:1.
After the home team’s second goal, Ninković received a red card after kicking Mirić while he was lying on the ground.
“For the first goal, the ball went into the goal-out. The referee played a non-existent corner, after which they equalized. I know that now the situation will calm down, there will be a normal trial, but it will all last a day or two and let’s go to Jovo again. There is no prosperity here for young players. They are forced to play matches where the winner is known in advance. Suffice it to say that the referee called the first foul for us in the 68th minute in a game full of tackles and charges, and the host had the slightest contact, which would not have been played in any more serious and stronger league. Nadamnom was not awarded a clean penalty! Why is there VAR?! They didn’t even want to look at the controversial details,” Ninković told Informer.
Ninković said that his team should not have come to Kragujevac for the match with Radnički in 1923.
“We shouldn’t even have come to Kragujevac! We are doomed to defeat in advance. What we experienced today is not even in Zimbabwe, such referee injustice… Not because of my exclusion, the red was deserved, but the goals scored by Radnički are ridiculous to say the least. I won’t even comment on Radnički’s winning goal. The boy carries the ball with his hand and hits the net! We were absolutely ripped off, but I’m not mad at the ref, he’s paid to do it. Obviously we had to lose! I have to say everything, so that I may be punished, but I have had enough. We Proleter players also have families, we live from football, we are athletes, that should be a good thing, however, it all boils down to shady actions that last for years. Everything is known in advance, who is the champion and who is relegated”.
Is it a fixed match? This is probably what is meant by the term sure fixed matches.