February 5, 2012

Euro 2012 Referee Observation Reports



Tournament Overview

Predictions
Matches
PDF
1-12


Appointments
Matches
PDF
 1-24


8 June 2012
Matchday 1
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
PM
ROR
A
Warsaw
18:00
Poland
1-1
Greece
A
Wroclaw
20:45
Russia
4-1
Czech Republic
 

9 June 2012
Matchday 1
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
PM
ROR
B
Kharkiv
18:00
Netherlands
0-1
Denmark
B
Lviv
20:45
Germany
1-0
Portugal

10 June 2012
Matchday 1
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
PM
ROR
C
Gdansk
18:00
Spain
1-1
Italy
C
Poznán
20:45
Ireland
1-3
Croatia
 

11 June 2012
Matchday 1
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
PM
ROR
D
Donezk
18:00
France
1-1
England
D
Kyiv
20:45
Ukraine
2-1
Sweden
 



12 June 2012
Matchday 2
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
PM
ROR
A
Wroclaw
18:00
Greece
1-2
Czech Republic
 
A
Warsaw
20:45
Poland
1-1
Russia
 

13 June 2012
Matchday 2
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
PM
ROR
B
Lviv
18:00
Denmark
2-3
Portugal
 
B
Kharkiv
20:45
Netherlands
1-2
Germany
 

14 June 2012
Matchday 2
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
PM
ROR
C
Poznán
18:00
Italy
1-1
Croatia
 
C
Gdansk
20:45
Spain
4-0
Ireland
 

15 June 2012
Matchday 2
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
PM
ROR
D
Donezk
18:00
Ukraine
0-2
France
 
D
Kyiv
20:45
Sweden
2-3
England
 


16 June 2012
Matchday 3
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
ROR
A
Wroclaw
20:45
Czech Republic
1-0
Poland
 
A
Warsaw
20:45
Greece
1-0
Russia
 

17 June 2012
Matchday 3
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
ROR
B
Lviv
20:45
Denmark
1-2
Germany
 
B
Kharkiv
20:45
Portugal
2-1
Netherlands
 

18 June 2012
Matchday 3
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
ROR
C
Poznán
20:45
Italy
2-0
Ireland
 
C
Gdansk
20:45
Croatia
0-1
Spain
 

19 June 2012
Matchday 3
Group
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
ROR
D
Donezk
20:45
England
1-0
Ukraine
D
Kyiv
20:45
Sweden
2-0
France
 



19-22 June 2012
Quarterfinals
QF
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away
Reports
1
Warsaw
20:45
Czech Republic
0-1
Portugal

2
Gdansk
20:45
Germany
4-2
Greece

3
Donezk
20:45
Spain
2-0
France
/
4
Kyiv
20:45
England
0-0
2-4 pso
Italy




27, 28 June 2012
Semifinals
SF
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away

1
Donezk
20:45
Portugal
0-0
2-4
pso
Spain
 

2
Warsaw
20:45
Germany
1-2
Italy




1 July 2012
Final
Venue City
Time
Home
-
Away

Kyiv
20:45
Spain
4-0
Italy


Legend: PM = Pre Match Overview, ROR = Referee Observation Report 
All the referee observation reports are issued in compliance with the mandatory evaluation scales.

11 Comments:

  1. 12 pages for a match report! i think we will need 5 or 6 days to work on it. :)

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  2. :D as I said, it looks more than it is. Most of the text is evaluation scales.
    Many X have to be set, that's all, you need not write texts, they are just optional. Everybody will have four matches in CL or something like that, should not be too challenging ;)

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  3. There are some differences with the official report and many similar things. But I consider it a step to an improvement. Great work Niklas.

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  4. Yes, I have adapted most of the things as it is in the official UEFA report. The scale is of course different, that is the real one (completely different system, therefore, it was not useful with regard to our partnership with worldreferee.com):

    UEFA:

    9.0 - 10 Excellent
    8.5 - 8.9 Very good. Important decision(s) correctly taken.
    8.3 - 8.4 Good. Expected level.
    8.2 Satisfactory with small areas for improvement
    8.0-8.1 Satisfactory with important areas for improvement
    7.9 One clear important mistake, otherwise 8.3 or above
    7.8 One clear important mistake, otherwise 8.0 – 8.2
    7.5 - 7.7 Below expectation, poor control, significant point(s) for improvement.
    7.0 - 7.4 Disappointing. Below expectation with one clear important mistake or a performance with two or more clear important mistakes
    6.0 - 6.9 Inacceptable

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    1. But as Chefren already said 12 pages are too many. We will need at least 2 days for 1 report.

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  5. No you won't. Do you know how long it took me to make the Alioum report? 30 minutes, 10 of them were inserting line ups.
    It is more than it looks like, trust me.
    Edward, what about Seechurn report?

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    1. I will try again in a few minutes. I have already tried twice but it doesn't appear.

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    2. I tried again before a few minutes but again WorldReferee doesn't appear my report. So I am going to send it to you by mail.

      BTW When are you going to send the new report document? If you can send it to me before the weekend in order to practice to it.

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  6. http://s14.directupload.net/images/120206/6ln2hvnq.pdf

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  7. F. Taveira6/2/12 20:26

    yes the report it's not that big. we take the same writing the way we do now. About the evaluation aspects. 30% for physical condition and style it's absurd. of course it's a decisive aspect for the referee performance but such an high % to style, something that is subjective (a lot lol), it's not good and can originate final marks that aren't objective and impartial. I would prefer give more to control and a bit less to style/physical.

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  8. Ok, I will ask everybody who supports us with the reports.
    Style 30 % is the way we are evaluating the whole AFCON.
    The idea behind it was to emphasize the importance of how a tactical approach function and how the referee presents himself. To my mind, having a consistent style e.g. that is adequate for the respective sort of match is nowadays more important than a missed or correct yellow card. Styles influence the whole outcome, if you want so, the style is some kind of match influencing decision :)
    Either you have Haimoudi or you have Kassai. The match will result differently.
    I would propose that we make it then 25% control and 25% style, just to meet in the middle.
    What do the others think? (then I have not to write a mail).

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