So we've heard about the appalling performance of Ovrebo in the last Champion's League game that sent Barcelona to meet Manchester in the finals. As a consequence: UEFA charges Drogba and Bosingwa for insulting the referee and making offensive comments, which is in breach of the principles of sportsmanship Disciplinary proceedings have been also been initiated against Chelse for improper conduct of their players (and fans) Abidal's appeal against his suspension (because of an alleged trip) has also been denied, which means he won't be playing with Barça in the finals. And since other key players are injured already this really affects their chances of beating Manchester. I wonder why the referee, whose performance has come in for huge criticism, wasn't penalised. Is there a real procedure for overturning refereeing decisions and re evaluating referee calls? Now it makes me think again if only video refs were in place, perhaps some of these could have been avoided because they'd allot more time (and with proper footage) before making controversial decisions.