Stephanie Frabart, who was questioned by Europe 1, said she was in favor of a sound system for referees, but anyone whistling at this Saturday’s Coupe de France final should not wear a microphone.
Stéphanie Frappart will officiate the Coupe de France final between FC Nantes and OGC Nice in Stade de France this Saturday evening. If his appointment is not well received by all the cast, the main interested party wants to “ignore all the controversy or debate” surrounding his performance.
In recent weeks, LFP and Broadcaster Prime Video have made it possible to test the sound system for referees on Ligue 1. A device that can better understand Stéphanie Frappart’s choices. “Usually, I do not have a microphone because FIFA and IFAP, which guarantee the rules of the game, do not allow it, he pointed out to Europe 1. Perhaps in the future we may have microphones with electronic flags. It’s possible, but today it’s not possible in matches. “
“We have never objected or protested about it.”
“His position is rewarding for both his hard work and his performance, which is well-deserved,” said Pascal Caribbean, technical director of arbitration at the FFF, justifying Stephanie Frabart’s selection. OGC Nice supporters have started a petition to challenge the appointment, after two games this season, the Aiglons believe they have competitive facts against them.
Commenting on his position on the matter, Stephen Frabart says that he supports this technological breakthrough: “As a referee, we are always open to anything that can help and contribute to the influence of football. Yes. There are some who are not suitable for the public. To watch a football match. With all the feedback coming from the referees, it may not be appropriate, but in some situations the microphone may open. “
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