Referees' group condemns abuse directed at Michael Oliver and his wife

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- Reuters picMILAN, April 17 ― Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon conceded yesterday that sometimes he gets it wrong but that the dramatic Champions League game against Real Madrid had made him feel alive.

The Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) has condemned the abuse directed at referee Michael Oliver and his wife Lucy following the Champions League tie between Real Madrid and Juventus.

Buffon, playing his final Champions League match, was sent off by English referee Michael Oliver for his enraged protests at the decision to award a penalty when Medhi Benatia fouled Lucas Vazquez.

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Deprived of what could likely be his last chance to lift the only major title missing from his collection the 2006 World Cup victor mercilessly blasted the referee after the game as "a murderer" for killing off Juventus' dreams with "a rubbish bin" in place of a heart.

"I go on vacation when the transfer window opens because I trust the club completely".

"Douglas Costa was meant to come on". I don't know if it was correct or not, I don't care, but Buffon was also sent off and therefore denied the opportunity to save the Cristiano Ronaldo penalty.

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He said: "I'm sure Oliver will have a great career in future, but he's too young to officiate a match like that".

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri also said he "understood" Buffon's reaction and described him as a "role model on and off the pitch" for the "last 20 years".

Buffon told La Iene: "I don't have to make up for anything, because I am a human being who puts passion, sentiment and anger into what I do". There are always kids listening.

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Police have offered support to referee Michael Oliver and his wife Lucy and warned social media trolls they could be committing a criminal offence by abusing them. I would have defended the referee.

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