Mateu Lahoz’s “you owe me one” to a Getafe player that outrages all of Mallorca

The decisions of Matthew Lahoz in the defeat (1-0) against Getafe at Alfonso Perez Coliseum and the words “you owe me one”that the referee directed the striker of the azulón team Enes Unal at the break of this Saturday’s game, they have turned on Majorcanism.

The Balearic club considers unacceptable that Lahoz used those terms, collected by the Movistar cameras, in his dialogue with the Turkish footballer.

In addition, the directors of the Vermilion entity have announced that they will present a formal complaint before Laliga and the Referees Committee by the arbitration of the Valencian referee, who sanctioned a penalty at the hands of the Argentine central defender Franco Russo after reviewing the monitor at the request of those in charge of the video arbitration.

Lahoz did not appreciate the maximum foul at first and let the play continue; shortly after he signaled the penalty, showed Russo the second yellow card and left Mallorca with ten players in the 63rd minute.

“They are not excuses, but we clearly believe that the penalty was not. It is a decision that we do not understand. And then there is the expulsion of Russo, who was around. We also do not see why Russo has to see the first yellow card,” Alfonso said. Díaz, business CEO, to the microphones of the Balearic club.

The fans feel cheated

The fans of Mallorca feel “scammed” and consider that the words “you owe me one” directed by the referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz to the Turkish footballer of Getafe Enes Ünal, during the break of the match played by both teams on Saturday at the Alfonso Pérez Coliseum , they cannot “go unpunished”.

It is intolerable for a referee to tell a player from the opposing team ‘you owe me one’. Mr. Lahoz should go out publicly to give the appropriate explanations, “says the Majorcan Movement of Peñas, Socios y Aficionados in a statement made public this Sunday on social networks.

“Given the seriousness of the situation, we believe that the least the club should do is make a public statement, not only in its own media, and demand the pertinent explanations from the Referees Committee and LaLiga for the controversial ‘you owe me one’ by Mateu Lahoz to Enes Ünal and for questionable decisions of the VAR”, points out the note of the fans.

“Let’s remember that it is not the first time that Mallorca has been harmed by controversial refereeing actions and decisions of the VAR room,” they add.

The Majorcan Movement He also proposes “a great whistle-handkerchief to the referees at the beginning and at the end of Saturday’s game against Atlético de Madrid” in Son Moix.

“Let us be heard! The club must defend the interests and honor of RCD Mallorca”, remark, finally, the fans of the Vermilion entity.

the mexican coach Javier Aguirre debuted on the Balearic bench after replacing Luis García Plaza last week, but could not prevent Mallorca from remaining in the relegation zone after the defeat in Getafe, the seventh in a row, after losing to Betis, Valencia, Real Sociedad, Real Madrid, Celta and Espanyol.

In the next eight finals for permanence, Mallorca will receive Atlético de Madrid (on Saturday, April 9), Alavés, Granada and Rayo Vallecano in Son Moix, and will visit the fields of Elche, Barcelona, ​​Seville and Osasuna.