23. 01. 2016

Sorry, referee! Marouf forgets where to stand during rally (VIDEO)

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Almost every game in Iran’s Super League is full of tensions and even players that have significant experience are not immune to arguing with rivals and referees.

 

For example, Saeid Marouf. His volleyball knowledge is huge, but even he cannot resist complaining to referee or using trash-talk.

During game vs. Ardakan on Wednesday, Urmia’s setter was so occupied arguing with referee that he forgot where to stand in rotation. So, his teammate had to push him to his spot, otherwise Urmia would lose a point.

 

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1 Comments about "Sorry, referee! Marouf forgets where to stand during rally (VIDEO)"

19.07.2019 | 13:19 |   Masoud [unregistered]

Maybe he want to stay in us ....
Its up to him

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