January 23, 2022

Jeremy Davidson after CAB defeat: “I am disgusted with the arbitration decisions taken against us”

During the roughly five-minute post-game interview on Saturday night, Jeremy Davidson never loosened his jaw and his gaze even grew even darker when he spoke of the indiscipline of his troops.

CA Brive went from dream to reality on the Stade Toulousain pitch with a zero point defeat

“Frankly, I’m disgusted, the refereeing decisions were against us, as it had already been the case last season. I’m not saying that we lose because of the arbitration, but we were always severely sanctioned. We’re going to watch it all, analyze it and send clips to Mr. Cardona. We are waiting for answers on certain sequences, ”said the manager of the CAB.

22 fouled fouls, one yellow card and one red card

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NL 16

Over the entire meeting, the Corréziens were sanctioned … 22 times! Not to mention a yellow card for Tevita Ratuva and a red card for Enzo Hervé after an involuntary kick in the head of a Toulouse player on the ground.

“The red card, which I do not understand, from Enzo Hervé changes the game. The players have tried to hang on and they can be proud of themselves. But like last year, we lose on decisions and that really inflates me. We are really waiting for answers, ”added Jeremy Davidson who will be busy working on the video.

Ugo Mola had asked to take the touch from Ramos

However, despite these countless faults, Brive had the defensive bonus point in his hands until the last second. But instead of hitting in touch, Enzo Sanga and Axel Muller decided to play and raise to try to win.

Except that in the end, Thomas Ramos collected a penalty against the poles that he decided to try while his trainer Ugo Mola had asked … the touch.

“I had the feeling that we did not deserve to start at 4-0 but more at 4-1,” explained the Toulouse manager. It was a spontaneous reaction, but my players decided to respect the game and also our opponents in the Top 14. And then, it’s not Christmas yet. “

Benjamin Pommier