A thunderous scandal broke out in Irish football, where after three amateur soccer players thrilled the judge thoroughly, causing him serious injuries.
The conflict broke out after the power of the Irish Seventh League, where amateur performers, dinner parties between Mullingar Town and Hoeseleap teams played. Already after the match, three Malingar club players and one fan of this unit at the car park at the stadium attacked the main referee Daniel Svenij, breaking his jaw, injuring the eyeball, breaking the cheek bone and causing other head injuries.
The injured judge was taken to a hospital, but the local police, or Garda, have begun an investigation. His investigation is also led by the Irish Football League, announcing its president, Chan Montgomery, that the perpetrators deserve a lifetime disqualification from football.
Mullingar Town won 3-1 in this match, but in spite of this, the players of this team were dissatisfied with the work of the judge and decided to instruct him. This event reveals a bigger problem in Irish amateur football, where rudeness and violence have recently become a commonplace thing, as often in the course of matches, not only disagreements arise among the players, but also fluttering.