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Head Turkish referee quits amid growing criticism from clubs - NTV


  • Football
  • Wednesday, 13 Feb 2019

ANKARA (Reuters) - The head of Turkish football's refereeing body the Central Arbitration Committee (MHK) has resigned, broadcaster NTV reported on Tuesday, as top-tier clubs complain about perceived game-changing refereeing mistakes.

Yusuf Namoglu, chairman of the MHK since 2011, submitted his resignation to the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) and the move will be made official on Wednesday, NTV said.

   

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