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Clement desires discussions with referees, but not in the midst of combat.

Philippe Clement desires frequent conferences with referees in order to promote improved communication between officials and managers.
The Rangers manager was speaking the day after the Scottish Football Association’s VAR independent review panel found 13 judgments made during the second round of crucial Premiership matches to be incorrect; this is a significant increase from the three errors that were revealed from the first round of games.
Prior to tomorrow’s trip to the Belgian expressed his optimism for the future while also expressing dissatisfaction with the perceived errors made by referees thus far this season.

Since assuming control of Ibrox in October, Clement has received three yellow cards; the most recent came during Wednesday night’s 3-1 victory over Ross County at Ibrox, bringing his team level with leaders Celtic on points. Clement thinks that more conversation outside of the “tension” of games would improve the sport in general.

The former manager of Genk, Club Brugge, and Monaco stated, “Transparency is good and if faults are made there is communication and we can learn lessons from that.” Rabbi Matondo will miss this weekend’s game due to a minor muscle ailment. “If I make mistakes, it is the same for me.

“I believe it’s critical to the football game that there

is openness and communication, and I believe it’s critical that managers and referees converse more frequently—let’s say twice or three times a season—aside from the games.

We once or twice did it in Belgium, and because there is a different interaction within the games, it was incredibly interesting. Everyone is completely focused on their work, and there is a lot of tension all the time.

However, I believe it’s crucial to communicate well and occasionally view one another differently.

In terms of Scottish football, it might be intriguing. It can be interesting to have constructive conversations about football, its rules, and the events of the months leading up to it. These conversations should be conducted so that there are no or few misunderstandings and everyone is free to express their opinions, which will lead to a better final product.

“And by all means, I mean both sides; referees can speak about incidents that occurred during games that we didn’t understand since we have to explain to our players why certain calls are made. Managers can also chat about

regarding the activities throughout the games as well as maybe the manager’s conduct.

“In the previous game, I was also a little too erratic. I kicked away a water bottle and received a yellow card, which I later understood.” Open communication allows us managers, including me in the first place, to learn from one another.

In addition to Matondo, the following players are still sidelined: Kemar Roofe, Danilo (knee), Kieran Dowell, and Abdallah Sima (thigh). Nonetheless, defender Leon Balogun will be ready for the match against Saints, donning a mask to prevent a face injury, while midfielder Dujon Sterling will return from a two-game suspension.

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