No ‘fridge’ for Pizarro Gómez

A bad refereeing performance like that of Pizarro Gómez in the Valencia-Real disputed in Mestalla on April 11 has once again gone unnoticed by the Technical Committee of Referees. The appointment of the referee born in Ciudad Real but assigned to the Madrid school for Sevilla-Levante on Wednesday in the Pizjuán confirms that there are no sanctioning measures for the referees in the form of a ‘fridge’ unless their errors are monumental and in a game of much more media echo than those of the Real. In this way Pizarro Gómez will act again the day after tomorrow after forgiving Paulista the red and using a different standard in the areas when it comes to whistling a penalty for individual stomps. The referee appointed to lead the Txuri Urdin in Anoeta against Celta on Thursday (9:00 pm), meanwhile, is Gil Manzano, a braid from Extremadura who is in his ninth season in the First Division. This season he has led Real on two occasions, against Villarreal in Donostia and against Real Madrid in Valdebebas, both games ended with the same result (1-1). The ‘Classic’ comes from whistling, precisely in the sports city of the merengue club, with a local victory (2-1), where Piqué reproached him for the short time that the game lasted.