The Expert Referee Commission (ESC) of the Russian Football Union (RFU) will consider the appeals of Zenit St. Petersburg and CSKA Moscow following the results of the matches of the fourth round of the Russian Premier League (RPL).
According to Then24 with reference to the press service of communications of the RFU, the St. Petersburg club asked to consider the moment in the 11th minute with the non-removal of Akhmat midfielder Alexander Troshechkin and a red card to Zenit goalkeeper Daniil Odoevsky.
It is noted that the red-blue turned to the ESC with an episode of a penalty kick against the army team in the 39th minute and a possible removal of the Torch striker Georgiy Gongadze.
CSKA, who scored ten points in four rounds, is in the lead in the Russian championship. Spartak (ten) is in second place with the same indicators as the army team. In third place is Sochi (nine). Zenit (eight) – sixth place.
Earlier, the former midfielder of the Russian national team Andrei Kanchelskis spoke about the possible introduction of a fee for clubs to apply to the ESC RFU.