Sport International referee Tom Hagen comes out
More England discipline problems put Southgate on defensive
LONDON (AP) — Indiscipline among England players is becoming a concern for Gareth Southgate. “We’ve had an incredible chain of things to deal with,” Southgate said, reflecting on the challenges after an unwelcome landmark night in the team's history. Harry Maguire being red carded during the game and Reece James being dismissed for dissent after Wednesday's 1-0 loss to Denmark meant two England players were sent off in the same game for the first time in the team's 148-year history.On-field misconduct brought an end to a third consecutive gathering of the England squad, and that has left Southgate grappling with off-field issues.
Tongues are loosening.
Afterlast Friday, the Norwegian referee Tom Hagen came out. For the newspaper Glamdalen , he confided in this subject, becoming the first official to claim his homosexuality during his career.
An international official, he also took part in numerous meetings in Norway, including an opponent Vålerenga in Kristiansund, which had been the scene of homophobic insults. “It's the supreme irony that I was the one in charge of this game. It can happen during a match that we say this kind of thing on a whim, but we have to oppose it ”, he confided, in comments reported by.
Forever the pioneer.
Ravens LB Matthew Judon ejected for making contact with official .
Midway through the Steelers and Ravens clash, a scuffle erupted between the two teams. During the skirmish, Judon's hand made contact with an official's arm.Midway through the Steelers and Ravens clash, a scuffle erupted between the two teams and moved toward the sideline. When one of Baltimore’s staffers tried to wrestle Judon away from the scene, the edge-rusher yanked his arm away.