Klatenberg: I ​​am still responsible for attracting foreign referees .. And "Alfar" attended the game victory and Al-Faiha

Klatenberg: I ​​am still responsible for attracting foreign referees .. And "Alfar" attended the game victory and Al-Faiha

Confirmed the existence of a committee to turn the Saudi government from Hao to a professional

The head of the former referees committee Mark Klatenberg confirmed the lack of validity of what is raised about the lack of technical video rule in the match that brought together the teams Fayhaa and victory last round, confirming that it was assigned to one of the leading Serbian rulers who participated in the last World Cup, said Mark Kaltenberg in his televised speech with the colleague "The infrastructure of some of the stadiums has made it difficult for us to apply video technology at the beginning of the season, but it has been modified in recent rounds and has become generalized on all venues," he said.

"I'm not right and I'm still active even after reaching the age of 43, but I'm a good fit and I would like to help, I love the arbitration profession and a lot of Saudi people like my style in arbitration and I will continue to choose foreign crews," he said.

"When Saudi Arabia arrived, I found that most of the rulers failed to test fitness, failed the basic criteria, the arbitration laws and had to go back. Some of them did not train completely," Kaltenberg said.

He added: Turki Al-Sheikh, head of the Sports Authority wanted the league among the best patrols and therefore was attracted to the best players and therefore had to attract the best rulers and I still have great relations in Europe with the rulers.

He revealed that most of the referees ask him to give them the chance to referee Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup tournament not just for the material, they are paid in Europe more than what is presented here, where they earn in the English league 225 thousand dollars.

"There is a committee working in Saudi Arabia to look after the Saudi rulers to turn them into professionals, with 95 percent of them having jobs and not professionals."

Klatenberg: I ​​am still responsible for attracting foreign referees .. And "Alfar" attended the game victory and Al-Faiha


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The head of the former referees committee Mark Klatenberg confirmed the lack of validity of what is raised about the lack of technical video rule in the match that brought together the teams Fayhaa and victory last round, confirming that it was assigned to one of the leading Serbian rulers who participated in the last World Cup, said Mark Kaltenberg in his televised speech with the colleague "The infrastructure of some of the stadiums has made it difficult for us to apply video technology at the beginning of the season, but it has been modified in recent rounds and has become generalized on all venues," he said.

"I'm not right and I'm still active even after reaching the age of 43, but I'm a good fit and I would like to help, I love the arbitration profession and a lot of Saudi people like my style in arbitration and I will continue to choose foreign crews," he said.

"When Saudi Arabia arrived, I found that most of the rulers failed to test fitness, failed the basic criteria, the arbitration laws and had to go back. Some of them did not train completely," Kaltenberg said.

He added: Turki Al-Sheikh, head of the Sports Authority wanted the league among the best patrols and therefore was attracted to the best players and therefore had to attract the best rulers and I still have great relations in Europe with the rulers.

He revealed that most of the referees ask him to give them the chance to referee Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup tournament not just for the material, they are paid in Europe more than what is presented here, where they earn in the English league 225 thousand dollars.

"There is a committee working in Saudi Arabia to look after the Saudi rulers to turn them into professionals, with 95 percent of them having jobs and not professionals."

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Confirmed the existence of a committee to turn the Saudi government from Hao to a professional

The head of the former referees committee Mark Klatenberg confirmed the lack of validity of what is raised about the lack of technical video rule in the match that brought together the teams Fayhaa and victory last round, confirming that it was assigned to one of the leading Serbian rulers who participated in the last World Cup, said Mark Kaltenberg in his televised speech with the colleague "The infrastructure of some of the stadiums has made it difficult for us to apply video technology at the beginning of the season, but it has been modified in recent rounds and has become generalized on all venues," he said.

"I'm not right and I'm still active even after reaching the age of 43, but I'm a good fit and I would like to help, I love the arbitration profession and a lot of Saudi people like my style in arbitration and I will continue to choose foreign crews," he said.

"When Saudi Arabia arrived, I found that most of the rulers failed to test fitness, failed the basic criteria, the arbitration laws and had to go back. Some of them did not train completely," Kaltenberg said.

He added: Turki Al-Sheikh, head of the Sports Authority wanted the league among the best patrols and therefore was attracted to the best players and therefore had to attract the best rulers and I still have great relations in Europe with the rulers.

He revealed that most of the referees ask him to give them the chance to referee Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup tournament not just for the material, they are paid in Europe more than what is presented here, where they earn in the English league 225 thousand dollars.

"There is a committee working in Saudi Arabia to look after the Saudi rulers to turn them into professionals, with 95 percent of them having jobs and not professionals."

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