2020-11-14

Before the First World War, the 47-year-old referee Guo Baolong pulled out four tubes of effusion from his knees

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getInterUrl?uicrIvZQ=29e9c6550e717435b05d9ec6fbb6ecfc - Before the First World War, the 47-year-old referee Guo Baolong pulled out four tubes of effusion from his kneesLive it on November 14th, according to Qingdao Guanhai News, as the oldest referee in the Chinese Super League this season, 47 The year-old Guo Baolong has been enduring pain during the law enforcement competition. Before the second round of the third or fourth finals between Guoan and SIPG, he had four needles with effusion from his knee.

The 47-year-old Guo Baolong became one of the referees used by the Football Association in the second stage of the competition. His performance has also been fully affirmed by the Football Association’s professional league management.

Behind the “Shanghai Derby” and the second round of the second round of the finals of the Chinese Super League, Beijing Guoan and Shanghai SIPG, such a focused battle and huge pressure, not only has a wealth of law enforcement experience to endorse, but also a strong Willpower is supporting him. It is understood that Guo Baolong insisted on fighting with injuries during the final stage of the league. Before the second round between Guoan and SIPG, the doctor drew a full four needle tube effusion from his knee.

getInterUrl?uicrIvZQ=f1a469290e01d4fdf33f5194e1bce904 - Before the First World War, the 47-year-old referee Guo Baolong pulled out four tubes of effusion from his knees

As the chief referee of the”overdue service”, Guo Baolong responded to the topic of”hanging the whistle”:”It is said that it is’hanging the whistle’, but he always’breaks his word’ again and again. I drove several times, but did not retire. Before the game, the relevant departments approached me, hoping that I could continue to serve as a referee for the Super League in this special period. Although I am’overaged’, I still can’t let go of the refereeing job. If permitted, if the refereeing job still needs me, I will continue my beloved career.”

(Drisson)