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MADRID, Jan. 27 (SportsFinding) –

Real Betis said Monday that it has requested the Technical Committee of Referees (CTA) “the complete audio, without cuts” of the conversations that the referee of his party held on Sunday against Getafe in the three “controversial moves” he considers that hurt him, and also confirmed the sending of “a formal complaint” for the errors suffered during this season.

“Real Betis Balompié has asked the Referee Technical Committee of the Royal Spanish Football Federation for the complete audio, without cuts, of the conversations between Mr. Prieto Iglesias and the VOR room in the controversial plays of the Getafe CF-Real match Betis, “Betis said in a statement.

The Verdiblanco club emphasizes that it refers to the penalty “not indicated by the hands of Angel; the penalty indicated against Real Betis; and Angel's aggression against Sergio Canales.” “This petition wants to deepen the transparency advocated by those responsible for the RFEF in all its actions, especially in the implementation of this VAR system, now a year and a half ago,” he adds.

“The club has also sent a formal complaint to the federative entity attaching an audiovisual report with all the arbitration errors suffered by our team this season, as the vice president of the entity advanced on Sunday,” he said.