February 11, 2012

20 officials selected for CONCACAF Olympic Games-Qualifiers

CONCACAF has selected ten referees and ten assistant referees who will oversee the qualifiers of 2012 Olympic Games in CONCACAF zone.

CONCACAF Olympic qualifying will begin March 22 in Nasvhille, Tennessee, with a Group A doubleheader and continue the following night with a Group B twin-bill in Carson, California. The confederation's two Olympic qualifiers will be decided March 31 in Kansas City, Kansas, in the semifinals, with the tournament finishing two days later. The nations' U23 selections will play the finals.

Group A: Canada, Cuba, El Salvador, United States 
Group B: Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Trinidad & Tobago 


Referees:
Raymond Bogle (Jamaica)
Elmer Bonilla (El Salvador)
Hugo Cruz Alvarado (Costa Rica)
Roberto Garcia (Mexico)
Walter Lopez (Guatemala)
Jair Marrufo (United States, photo)
Jafeth Perea (Panama)
Héctor Rodriguez (Honduras)
Javier Santos (Puerto Rico)
Enrico Wijngaarde (Suriname)

Assistant Referees:
Eric Boria (United States)
Phillipe Briere (Canada)
Keytzel Corrales (Nicaragua)
Melvyn Cruz (Honduras)
Juan Lemus (Guatemala)
Antonio López (Puerto Rico)
Ramon Louisville (Suriname)
Dion Neil (Trinidad & Tobago)
Juan Rangel Maya (Mexico)
Héctor Recinos (El Salvador) 


source: CONCACAF

8 Comments:

  1. Elmer Bonilla and Roberto Garcia - my favorite referees in CONCACAF. In addition, great Walter Lopez from Guatemala. Good luck!

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  2. Perl in Borussia - Leverkusen? Was he good? Without yellows? Too lenient?

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  3. Perl is mostly without yellows :D
    No problems, I always emphasize it. A shame that DFB passed the wrong moment. He was simply too old for the FIFA badge when DFB recognized his quality.

    I am very content that Marrufo will get his chance again and of course, Bonilla is a great talent, this guy from Puerto Rico must be one as well.

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  4. Yeah, Perl was better candidate than Kircher or Kinhöfer to my mind.

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  5. Both never made their real UEFA bow..in Germany, they get big matches for years.
    Brych never had a top match so far, but look how he is considered on UEFA level.

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  6. A bit like Mejuto González, he never got a Madrid-Barça or Barça-Madrid until 2007/2008...anyway, he was a top class referee.

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