Burnley’s Vincent Kompany slams Premier League refereeing as not good enough

Refereeing standards in the Premier League have dropped this season, Burnley manager Vincent Kompany (37) said on
Monday, joining in widespread criticism of the officiating after a number of controversial decisions.

Kompany’s side was reduced to 10 men against Chelsea on Saturday and the Belgian being shown a red card for
protesting against a spot-kick decision.

The relegation-threatened club, 19th in the table with eight games left, drew 2-2 at Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

“The frustration comes from that it’s a succession of mistakes and it is always debatable,” Kompany told reporters.

“The effect is on points and on our season, I suppose all of that kind of gives you a feeling of being more angry, but
when the next moment comes I have to do my best (to not react). I hope it doesn’t happen again this season.

I keep saying what I think, I won’t shy away from it. I have said it to the officials, that the refereeing has not been good
enough this season. I have said that in a constructive way.READ MORE

The former Manchester City captain said he had apologised to the officials after the Chelsea game.

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