This is seems to be their perspective, with the majority of them launching scathing attacks on referees whenever their teams lose.
Referees are blamed for almost every single defeat in the Egyptian Premier League. They usually become the scapegoat for any managerial shortcomings because they don't have any backers in a country that is obsessed with glorifying popular clubs.
Several teams, including Cairo giants Ahli, demanded the Egyptian FA bring in foreign referees to officiate their league games to hide the prominent technical errors they themselves make.
Mansoura went as far as threatening to withdraw from the premier domestic competition after losing 1-0 to Police Union via a controversial goal that many can deem valid nevertheless.
The faultless managers never discuss the technical aspects of their game, they just pour out their anger and point the finger at referees for 'being biased or ignorant'.
Referees, because they are humans, make mistakes that are far from being dreadful but the managers grasp any chance to exonerate themselves from responsibility.
The problem is that those so-called managers cite European football as an example of ideal refereeing and people who know nothing about what's going on outside Egypt's borders enthusiastically agree with them.
Thierry Henry's handball incident that gifted France an undeserved place at the World Cup is still fresh in the minds.
When managers fail to find any refereeing mistakes to highlight, they begin to look for other excuses.
Those excuses include bad weather, high temperature, opposing wind and bad luck but never on-pitch matters.
Refereeing mistakes, just like FIFA president Sepp Blatter said, are part of the game and we should accept that as long as they are not excessive.