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Referees are going back to work

THE BOARD of the Referees’ Association has unanimously decided to lift all measures relating to the refusal of referees to officiate any game of the Cyprus Football Association, it announced on Monday.

The association had announced that no referee would officiate the games scheduled for last weekend, causing the league schedule to be pushed back, in protest of a bomb placed outside the home of a referee’s mother last Monday.

But in a statement, the board announced that it had been extensively briefed by the association chairman on the progress of police investigations into the bombing.

It welcomed actions by the police, hoping that “investigations will continue with the same sensitivity and the culprits brought before justice”.

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