凱利-錢伯斯WSL不能成為官員的訓練場

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凱利-錢伯斯WSL不能成為官員的訓練場

雷丁經理凱利-錢伯斯表示,女子超級聯賽不能成為官員的 "訓練場"。

10月,錢伯斯說 "關鍵決定 "對雷丁不利。

"我們現在需要得到最好的結果。我們在一個職業聯賽中,我們的官員不在那裡,"錢伯斯在周四說。

"我們正在進行這些對話,試圖找出一種方法來改善它。我知道這不會是一個手指的點擊,但我所強調的是,[WSL]不能被用作一個訓練場。

"我們需要盡我們所能得到最好的--如果是女性、男性或任何人。我們只需要聯賽中最好的球員。

"現在遊戲的這一面才是真正讓我們在遊戲發展方面失望的。"

足球協會(FA)和職業比賽官員委員會(PGMOL)一直在與WSL討論改進裁判工作的問題。

目前,女足前兩名的所有官員都是兼職的,而去年英足總表示,至少在三年內沒有計劃在WSL中改變這種情況。

阿森納經理Jonas Eidevall是1月份呼籲全職裁判的人之一。

"我知道有計劃和策略來改善它,"錢伯斯補充說。

"我們需要全職裁判,我們並不躲避這一點。這是一個過程,但現在比賽的發展速度如此之快,我們需要讓一切與之同步發展。

"我們想談論質量和它是如何成長的,而不是那些沒有與它一起成長的東西。"

在雷丁本賽季的挫折中,艾瑪-穆坎迪在對陣布萊頓的比賽中的進球被裁定為越位。

在聯賽的其他地方,西漢姆隊長達格尼-布林亞斯多蒂爾在上周末被阿森納擊敗的比賽中因侵犯金-利特爾而被罰下,後者顯然在準備階段滑倒。

視頻助理裁判[VAR]目前在英超聯賽和女子冠軍聯賽的淘汰賽階段已經到位。

當被問及他們是否應該被引入WSL時,錢伯斯說這是 "顯然是我們想要得到的東西",但她希望有更多的直接變化。

"我現在感到沮喪的是,給出或不給出的決定,甚至與VAR無關。她說:"這不是腳趾頭過線--我可以接受這些決定。

"當我們在談論兩三碼或在區域內公然手球時,這就是不可接受的。那是在那些時刻沒有足夠的力量來做出這些決定。

"這讓整個聯盟的經理們感到很沮喪。它最終會讓你丟掉分數,然後讓經理們丟掉工作。

"這比做出一個正確或錯誤的決定要大得多,你最後得到的只是'對不起'。是的,他們舉起了手,這很好,但這對我們來說並沒有改變什麼。

"我們不能因此拿回那些分數。需要做一些事情。我不知道正確的事情是什麼,但我們有辦法在改變比賽的時刻更好地支持官員。"

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Reading manager Kelly Chambers has said the Women's Super League cannot be a "training ground" for officials.

In October, Chambers said "key decisions" had gone against Reading.

"We need to get the best we can right now. We're in a professional league and we're not there with the officials," Chambers said on Thursday.

"We're having these conversations to try to work out a way to improve it. I know it's not going to be a click of a finger but what I have emphasised is that [the WSL] can't be used as a training ground.

"We need to do what we can to get the best - if that's female, male or whoever. We just need the best in the league.

"It's that side of the game right now that is really letting us down in terms of growing the game."

The Football Association (FA) and the Professional Game Match Officials Board (PGMOL) have been in discussions with the WSL over improvements in officiating.

All officials in the top two flights of women's football are currently part-time, and last year the FA said it had no plans to change that in the WSL for at least three years.

Arsenal manager Jonas Eidevall was among those who called for full-time referees in January.

"I know there's plans and strategies in place to improve it," added Chambers.

"We need full-time referees, we're not hiding from that. It's a process but the game is going so fast in its growth now and we need to keep everything growing with it.

"We want to talk about the quality and how it's growing and not the things which aren't growing with it."

Among Reading's frustrations this season was Emma Mukandi's goal that was ruled out for offside against Brighton.

Elsewhere in the league, West Ham captain Dagny Brynjarsdottir was penalised in last weekend's defeat by Arsenal for an infringement on Kim Little, who clearly slipped in the build-up.

Video assistant referees [VAR] are currently in place in the Premier League and the knockout stage of the Women's Champions League.

Asked whether they should be introduced to the WSL, Chambers said it was "obviously something we want to get to" but she wanted more immediate changes.

"My frustrations right now are that the decisions given, or not given, are not even about VAR. It's not a toe over the line - I can accept those decisions," she said.

"When we're talking about two or three yards or a blatant handball in the area, that's just unacceptable. That's not being strong enough in those moments to make those decisions.

"It's frustrating for managers across the league. It can end up costing you points and then costing managers' jobs.

"It's so much bigger than just making a right or wrong decision and all you get at the end of it is 'sorry'. Yes, it's great they have held their hands up but it doesn't change anything for us.

"We can't get those points back for it. Something needs to be done. I don't know what the right thing is but there's ways we can support the officials better in game-changing moments." • None Bad People goes in search of answers • None The champion of two courts ignored by the world: Ora Washington fought to make her name in racially segregated America

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