2 May 2018

Ethiopia: Local Soccer League Put on Hold After Referee's Assault

Ethiopia soccer officials have put on hold all domestic games after a referee was attacked by players in a game between military team Defence and Welwalo Adigrat University, BBC reports.

The teams were drawn at 1-1 when the referee allowed a goal that was disputed by the university team.

The attack is apparently the latest in a series and the soccer governing body will meet with all teams in the league to address the issue.


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