Bio
Besnik Kaimi
Born:
Intl. since:
Hometown: Tirana
Country: Albania
Speaks: Albanian
Occupation:
Hobbies:

Still a referee observer in his country in 2011.

Did you know
KAIMI

  • After the match Naftëtari-Dinamo on June the 5th 1988 in Kucova a revolt broke out. The Stalinist government had to find someone to blame and who is better to blame than the referee. It was said that the ref had let Dinamo - the team of the capital - win. When the match was over the people in the stands started throwing stones and to fight with the police. Two people died. Kaimi and his assistant stayed in their dressing room afraid to be lynched, but when they were assured it wasn't about them, they left.
    If not for the intervention of a provincial secretary, Kaimi would have been arrested and thrown in jail (or a hard labour camp)<> After the regime fell, Kaimi could tell his story. It was about the people of Kucova and the poverty and lack of everything and the hate of the communists. The revolt had nothing to do with the match.
Statistics
Statistics for BESNIK KAIMI
Totals Home Away Total
Penalties 1 1 2
Fouls 0 0 0
Yellow 0 0 0
YellowRed 0 0 0
Red 0 0 0
Averages Home Away Total
Penalties 0.5 0.5 0.5
Fouls 0 0 0
Yellow 0 0 0
YellowRed 0 0 0
Red 0 0 0

Based on 2 international matches

Matches
MATCHES FOR BESNIK KAIMI
Date Score Yellow Red Penalties Fouls
Euro 1992 qualifiers
San MarinoScotland1991-05-010 - 2 0 (0-0)0 (0-0)1 (0-1)0 (0-0)
European Cup 1989 - 1990
1st roundSteauaFram Reykjavik1989-09-134 - 0 0 (0-0)0 (0-0)1 (1-0)0 (0-0)