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Breaking: The referees and officials for the Chelsea vs. Manchester City match have been informed by FIFA that they will no longer be serving in their roles.

Breaking: The referees and officials for the Chelsea vs. Manchester City match have been informed by FIFA that they will no longer be serving in their roles.

After Rodri voiced his displeasure, Pep Guardiola responded dismissively to inquiries about the officiating during Manchester City’s game against Chelsea.

Throughout the match, City’s frustration was evident as a number of calls appeared to go against them, and despite numerous VAR checks, the hosts were not given any penalties.

After the game, Rodri bemoaned, “I don’t want to focus on the referee, but I can’t recall a match with so many VAR reviews and none in our favor, come on, man.”

Guardiola questioned about these remarks after the game and asked for more details about particular instances. Which ones? I’m not quite sure,” he answered.

“I can express my opinions if you can identify the precise choices. I’m not sure, though, to what you’re referring. We must play better in the opening half.

Guardiola playedfully asked, “Which one?” in response to questions concerning the late penalty appeal involving Ruben Dias and Levi Colwill’s handball. He then went on, “Which incident occurred within the Chelsea box? I must have overlooked it.

Rodri agreed with his manager that there is a need for improvement, despite his frustrations with the choices.

The midfield player underlined the value of defensive stability and personal responsibility.

“We have to perform better in individual situations; we can’t afford to let the game get away from us like that,” he said. “It was within our control.”

I’m not pointing fingers; if we want to compete for the title, we need to accept responsibility as a team.

“We believed we had the momentum and the chance to win, but luck doesn’t always cooperate with us. It could be exasperating.

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Although Rodri did not criticize the referee directly, he did acknowledge the high number of VAR reviews and the poor results his team had experienced.

“It’s time to move on, but the frustration never goes away,” he said in closing.

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