The Kepa Arrizabalaga situation was farcial but referee Jon Moss and his assistants carry no blame at all
- Kepa Arrizabalaga plainly snubbed boss Maurizio Sarri in the Carabao Cup final
- The world’s most expensive goalkeeper refused to come off as a late sub
- Referee Jon Moss and his assistants remained professional throughout the issue
- Numbers held up are simply a guide – but do not mean the switch is irreversible
While the Kepa situation was farcical, no blame could be attached to referee Jon Moss or his assistants.
A substitution is only deemed to have happened when the oncoming player crosses the outgoing player on the touchline and the referee has restarted play. Until then a manager is free to change their mind.
The numbers being held up are simply a guide – but do not mean the substitution is irreversible.
If a keeper is injured during a shootout he can be replaced by a sub – as long as all that team’s substitutions have not been made.
No blame could be attached to referee Jon Moss or his assistants for the Kepa situation
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