April 2, 2013

UEFA Europa League Quarterfinals (I): Collum, Gautier, Mažić and Rocchi have the honour

UEFA has revealed the four referee appointments for the first legs of UEFA Europa League quarterfinals in the season 2012/13.

Observed by Collina: Milorad Mažić (SRB) (c) Elárbitrodefutból

(ENG) Tottenham
21:05
FC Basel (SUI)
04 April 2013, 21:05 CET – White Hart Lane, London, England
Referee
Milorad Mažić (SRB)
Assistant Referee 1
Milovan Ristić (SRB)
Assistant Referee 2
Igor Radojčić (SRB)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Danilo Grujić (SRB)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Miodrag Gogić (SRB)
Fourth Official
Dalibor Djurdjević (SRB)
UEFA Referee Observer
Pierluigi Collina (ITA)
UEFA Delegate
Roland Tis (BEL)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Keren Barratt (ENG)

(ENG) Chelsea FC
21:05
Rubin Kazan (RUS)
04 April 2013, 21:05 CET – Stamford Bridge, London, England
Referee
Gianluca Rocchi (ITA)
Assistant Referee 1
Elenito Di Liberatore (ITA)
Assistant Referee 2
Gianluca Cariolato (ITA)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Paolo Mazzoleni (ITA)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Paolo Valeri (ITA)
Fourth Official
Alessandro Giallatini (ITA)
UEFA Referee Observer
Paul Allaerts (BEL)
UEFA Delegate
Andreas Akkelides (CYP)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Gary S. Willard (ENG)

(TUR) Fenerbahçe
21:05
Lazio Roma (ITA)
04 April 2013, 21:05 CET – Sükrü Saracoglu Stadyumu, Istanbul, Turkey
Referee
William Collum (SCO)
Assistant Referee 1
Martin Cryans (SCO)
Assistant Referee 2
William Conquer (SCO)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Robert Madden (SCO)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
John Beaton (SCO)
Fourth Official
Alan Mulvanny (SCO)
UEFA Referee Observer
Luis Medina Cantalejo (ESP)
UEFA Delegate
Barry Taylor (ENG)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Çaglayan Kökkilinç (TUR)

(POR) Benfica SL
21:05
Newcastle Utd. (ENG)
04 April 2013, 21:05 CET – Estádio do SL Benfica, Lisbon, Portugal
Referee
Antony Gautier (FRA)
Assistant Referee 1
Cyril Gringore (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2
Fredji Harchay (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 1
Laurent Duhamel (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 2
Ruddy Buquet (FRA)
Fourth Official
Guillaume Debart (FRA)
UEFA Referee Observer
Alan Snoddy (NIR)
UEFA Delegate
Gijs de Jong (NED)
UEFA Referee Liaison Officer
Carlos Alberto Silva Valente (POR)

85 Comments:

  1. Has UEFA forgotten the time change? The appointments should have been out for half an hour already :D

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  2. Chelsea - Rubin: Rocchi (ITA)
    Tottenham - Basel: Mazic (SRB)
    Fenerbahce - Lazio: Collum (SCO)
    Benfica - Newcastle: Gautier (FRA)

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  3. Rocchi has Chelsea - Rubin Kzan

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  4. Just a few words:
    Rocchi, a bit unexpected, perhaps he has chances to handle EL final? No further CL match probably.
    Mazic, great achievement, Collina as the observer should indicate UEFA is willing to promote him to Elite in June.
    Collum, normal appointment, a pity that it could mean he cannot get a quarterfinal 2nd leg in CL.
    Gautier, excessive pushing done by UEFA, but a 'deserved' appointment, his last three performances I have in mind were good, even though he had lacks of control.

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    1. Anonymous3/4/13 18:19

      Gautier is being looked at for Euro 2016 in France. Lannoy will be 45 next year and will have to retire at the end of 2014.

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    2. Anonymous4/4/13 19:20

      I think we don't have to give Turpin up for Euro 2016. Both of them are very good (and better than Lannoy, that's for sure), but Turpin has a better potential in my opinion.

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    3. Anonymous6/4/13 11:28

      Lannoy was always just a placeholder for a coming better French

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    4. A placeholder with a EURO semifinal, a WC round of 16 and probably also another WC in his palmares, is a very "strange" placeholder ;)
      I think that Lannoy is too easily criticized, more than his real faults...

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  5. Strange appointment for Rocchi, he had all the chances to be assigned for a CL match this week. I think that the penalty in City - Real Madrid (as Admin said yesterday) was not well evaluated by committee. At any rate, it seemed a clear mistake.
    But I agree with the fact that he can be on the list for the candidates to the EL final... let's see.
    It's diffcult to think about a possible appointment in CL semifinals, considering also that Juventus could be there.

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  6. Anonymous2/4/13 14:24

    Is there any reason why Mazic is not using his pre-selected AR2 in UEFA competitions (he is always fourth official), but he used him last week in the WCQ?

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    1. Anonymous2/4/13 14:37

      Because in Serbia are special rules for determining who can go with him...

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  7. Good question, probably FIFA wanted to see Djurdjevic in the WC qualifier match, while Radojcic gets a few matches by UEFA until the end of his international career. I am quite sure this match in Tottenham could be his last UEFA appointment at Mazic's side, after the season, there should be a change.

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  8. Anonymous2/4/13 14:47

    @Anonymous@Admin
    Radojcic was older than WC pre-selected Djurdjevic.He was in the team for a long time,and Mazic trust him completely.
    Absolutely right conclusion Admin,
    Djurdjevic is 4th official because Mazic wants him in team (to feel the atmosphere,to prepare him)and after end of this season,he will replace Radojcic.
    If you remember Admin,i have told you that previosly,Djurdjevic replaced Jovanović in Mazic Team.
    Regards :)

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    1. Anonymous2/4/13 18:11

      But not having Djurdevic as AR2 in all his 2012-2013 UEFA matches will not decrease his team's chances to be evaluated "as a trio" for the WC selection in competition with other pre-selected referees who always go with the same trio? If Djurdevic has World Cup aspirations, shouldn't he act as an AR more often then as a fourth official, regardless of the personal preferences for the moment? How can he be evaluated as a potential WC AR while he is only doing fourth official duries in UEFA competitions?

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    2. That's a very good question ;)

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    3. Do not forget- Mr. Igor Radojčić was a pillar Mažić's team and the man who was a member of over twenty " El clasico " Crvena Zvezda-Partizan. One of the best assistant refeferee of Serbia had. A little patience, gentlemen, and you will see Dalibor Đurđević is an excellent replacement. Do you need to change the team that works great at the end of the season? It should not be, IMO.
      Regars

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    4. Anonymous3/4/13 18:27

      I do not doubt that Radojcic deserves UCL matches, but sometimes difficult decisions need to be taken for the long run. I am only saying that an AR only doing fourth official duties one year prior to the World Cup cannot be evaluated at the same level as the other AR candidates who work all their matches along with "their" pre-selected referee and that may decrease the chances of Mazic's team in the selection process for WC. Do not forget that referees are no longer evaluated alone, but as a trio.

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    5. Patience, gentlemen, please. No need to rush. Why concern? There are those who follow it anyway. Are the teams so brilliant and functional?! After all, anyone can be the basis of everything to make a wish list!
      Also, to me, are all referee observers significant , why allocate some?
      Step by step... :)

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  9. Anonymous2/4/13 16:34

    You should know that Djurdjevic was not the first option for the WC as Mazic`s II assistant. It was Vladimir Jovanovic who didn`t pass the fitnes test in Zurich during the FIFA course and he was replaced last November with Djurdjevic. Totenham-Basel will be his third international match as the IV official, and actually last week WC match Turkey- Hungary was his first tough international match. Radojcic is older, from the beggining with Mazic,and far more experienced. He should quit at the end oh this season. I beleive that's the only reason he goes with Mazic.

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  10. Alan Snoddy will observe Gautier and Luis Media Cantalejo Collum.

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  11. Interesting taking into account the background of Fenerbahce and Cantalejo. You perhaps remember, after Schalke-Fenerbahce, where he (correctly) dismissed two Fenerbahce players, he was actually appointed for the World Cup qualifier (relegation) between TUR and SUI. Turkey protested and Cantalejo was removed. FdB came and it was actually his breakthrough.
    Alan Snoddy's appointment again underlines that he is a very important observer for UEFA.

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    1. I tell you, that was a "hot" match :)

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    2. Anonymous3/4/13 18:31

      By the way, could you let us know the real mark received by Cakir in Manchester - Real, as promissed earlier on another thread?

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  12. Hi it is exactly aa I thougth that Collina will observe Serbian Milorad Mazić team and the company, under 40 years old accound promoted ELITE category.

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    1. Luckily for him, having been born in 1973, he is still a candidate for Russia 2018... of course, assuming that it's too early for him for Brazil 2014.
      What do you think?

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  13. Chefren,
    i think that if he repeat his performances in 2013,he will confirm that he is in top 10 referees.
    Also,i think Mazic have quality for Brazil 2014,but some other FAs are much stronger,and have bigger loby. :)
    Thats nothing bad,just want to be real :)
    How many places for UEFA refs for Brazil?

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  14. We do not know it totally, but it is said that every confederation could get an additional slot compared to WC 2010, meaning "we", UEFA zone, could send eleven referee trios to Brazil.
    As for Mazic, I also believe that this WC comes one year too early, not necessarily due to the other federations' bigger lobby, but basically because all the others who are on the list are handling important CL and EL matches for a longer period of time, they have a bigger experience than Mazic, e.g. if you compare Mazic to referees like Kralovec or Moen.
    At least one thing should be sure, Mazic should be a safe candidate for Euro 2016 if nothing extra-ordinary happens, also keeping in mind there will be more referees needed, as there will be 24 teams who fight for the title.

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  15. Anonymous2/4/13 23:29

    According to UK media, there will be 12 spots for UEFA.

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    1. Anonymous3/4/13 21:54

      In an article related to Thomson, they say that the final list will be released after the seminars. If I recall correctly, the final list for a World Cup was never released so early.

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  16. Anonymous3/4/13 18:13

    On a South African web site it says that Bennett has been invited by FIFA for the "final test" in Brazil, in May, in addition to the CAF seminar. Is there going to be indeed a "final test" in Brazil next month?

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  17. I would say this could indicate a Confed Cup nomination. It's in June, but perhaps there is kind of pre-tournament test.

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    1. Anonymous3/4/13 21:52

      I was thinking the same, but apparently Bennett will go by himself, not with his ARs, which can also indicate a "final test" for referees only. Could you get some info on this?

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    2. I try. If I know something I post it in this post, ok?

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    3. From 25 – 31 May will have a seminar only for the referees candidates from the open list in Rio

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  18. Anonymous4/4/13 06:09

    Prediction after this far
    CL
    QF: Cakir, Velasco, Proenca, Kassai
    SF: Webb, Kuipers, Skomina, Kralovec
    F: Rizzoli

    EL
    QF: Skomina, Rizzoli, Kralovec, Brych
    SF: Undiano, Proenca, Tagliavento, Moen
    F: Cakir

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    1. Anonymous4/4/13 12:46

      If I am not wrong, Bebek and Hagen are appointed for EL QF.

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    2. I think that there are 3 candidates for Cl final: Brych, Cakir and Rizzoli. Cakir cannot be there if Real Madrid will be in the final for the recent 16th match against M UTD; Brych future is linked to Bayern and Borussia steps, so Rizzoli should be the choosen one, since Juventus will not reach final.
      In this hypo, Webb and Skomina (first leg) and Proenca and Kassai (return leg) are the best in class for semifinal. Considering that Kuijpers and Velasco are aloready sure for return leg of 4th, the remaning two referees should be Cakir and Brych to avoid that they will not more in the picth since 16th till the end.
      We can also suppose Lannoy, Kralovec (return) and Tagliavento and Benquerenca (fisrt leg) for EL semifinal, so Aktikson (Lazio Fneerbache), Thomson, Aydinus and Bebek could be the names for return leg of 4th.
      And for El final ? No spanish teams, why not Undiano ?

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    3. Anonymous4/4/13 20:13

      For me there are a couple of candidates for EL final: Moen, Thomson, Kuipers, Skomina, Rocchi.

      Having the fact that the final is in Amsterdam, Kuipers is out. Rizzoli might have the CL final, nog Rocchi then. Skomina had already a final this year.

      So why not Clattenburg or even Collum?

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    4. Taking all the previous performances as a basis, Collum would definitely deserve it. At the moment, my EL final favourite is however Kuipers, despite the fact that Amsterdam will be the hosting city.

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    5. Anonymous6/4/13 17:27

      Yep Undiano could be. Why not? He's been appointed 7 times for the Clasico Madrid-Barcelona (final Copa del Rey too), and more two finals of Copa del Rey. He can be in Amsterdam, with a lot experience. But in 2011 was Carballo....

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    6. Anonymous7/4/13 11:21

      Undiano this year is very bad.

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  19. Anonymous4/4/13 16:16

    Did Atkinson pass his fitness test? It's strange that he hasn't had one match in Europe despite being fully fit in England.

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  20. What a game for Mazic!!! Basel is 2-1 ahead in half time and could have scored a third. Mazic has a good performance so far.

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  21. We can discuss about the penalty given by Rocchi, I'm not convinced at all.
    Anyway, I watched Mazic, excellent first half, correct the YC given, full control.

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    1. About Rocchi's penalty:
      Intention - No
      Movement towards the ball - No
      Unnatural position - No
      Enlargement of the body - Yes
      I think, the call is still acceptable, at least no crucial mistake. But the booking for Terry was not necessary, because there was no intention.
      No penalty in 33', when Cech and Luiz hit a Kazan striker in the air, correct.
      The rest was quite easy in the 1st half, very fair match.

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    2. 54': penalty appeal by Chelsea, but contact was outside the box and searched by the striker, so acceptable to play on (AAR1 involved)
      70': prior to the 3-1, Terry gets the ball against his arm again, deflected from his body, so less a penalty than the first situation
      The three cautions in the 2nd half were all clear and correct.
      I had the impression, he could move more in some situations to be nearer to the action.
      Overall, a decent, but not totally convincing performance in a match with few challenges, I would say 8.3
      Assistants were also at expected level and with little work.

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    3. Anonymous4/4/13 23:20

      Concerning Rocchi´s penalty, I want to focus some behaviour of the refs which makes me angry: IMO there are too many yc for handball in CL and EL. My interpretation of the LoTG is: Handball should only be punished with yc if it is unsporting, a deliberate handball is no yc! For example last year´s semifinal in CL: I don´t want to discuss whether the penalty for handball against alaba was correct or not, BUT it was never an unsporting handball, therefore no yc! Same situation today: maybe you can say, it is handball by terry, but never a yc because perhaps deliberate but never unsporting!

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    4. Hm.
      "There are circumstances when a caution for unsporting behaviour is required
      - when a player deliberately handles the ball, e.g. when a player:
      • deliberately handles the ball to prevent an opponent gaining possession
      • attempts to score a goal by deliberately handling the ball"

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    5. And these two points are often not fulfilled in handball penalty situations, because it would be very stupid to do it deliberately.
      I think, the referees give the yellow cards to emphasize their decision, maybe they are even advised to do it, but only following the rules, it is unneccesary.

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    6. Concerning Rocchi's penalty, it's to my mind a good decision. In this case, the argument that Terry enlarged his body volume, is really valid. The shot could have become dangerous for Cech.

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  22. Check the incredible lost opportunity to score in Tottenham-Basel at the end of first half.Is there a penalty on Holtby by the goalkeeper before his teammate lost a nearly scored goal?What do you think Chefren and Edward that you are watching the match?

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    1. Sorry, I watched the situation, but my focus was on the epic miss by Tottenham player, I think that I missed the contact.

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    2. Me too Chefren. It was an epic miss. I will watch it again but I can understand Mazic since everything happened in just seconds.

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    3. I only watched highlights, but I would say it was not enough for a penalty.

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    4. I watched it again at the highlights and I am under the impression that the GK initially hits the ball. So the situation for me stops there. No penalty.

      There is another penalty appeal at min. 47 for a holding in the box on a Basel player but I wasn't convinced at all.

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  23. Very good performance thus far by Collum.
    Correct and consistent sending-off, nearly every decision was all right. And he did it again, he cautioned a player for demanding a card for his opponent, very good.

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    1. * and now also a correct penalty (handball).

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    2. Yes, I have also seen William Collum. Both YCs of Onazi are correct. He was really good with foul decisions with advantage as much as possible. I always appriciate his style; calm, never hesitates to show cards if needed, very good communication with players, and so on.

      Penalty for Fenerbahce is a boarderline call. I remember the penalty by Kralovec at City-Dortmund. Here, ball comes from a really close distance, however hands are not in natural position. But, since the Lazio player is in the air when ball hit his arm, this case is more complicated. I am also with him in this decision.

      There was one more controversy when Lazio player was clipped down in Fenerbahce box around Min 20s. I couldnt watch it exactly but, Fenerbahce player seemed to have unintentionally tackled Lazio player. If I could find a link, I would post

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    3. Hm, I have really no situation in mind, as posted below. I try to rewatch the incident tomorrow. Agree on the penalty call. There are, as always, arguments in favour and against, in a sum I think one can call his decision correct.

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  24. Gautier by the way with a penalty which had to be repeated. I have not seen it though.

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    1. Anonymous4/4/13 23:07

      Unknown reasons to repeat it, if you are able to understand why, pleas tell me.

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    2. Anonymous4/4/13 23:13

      What a very good match of the french team!
      Some decisions were quite difficult to take, but they always took the good ones.
      In first half, Benfica players wanted a penalty for a handball. No handball and no penalty for Antony Gautier and Ruddy Buquet.
      In second half, same situation but this time, there was a real and intentional handball. Duhamel helped Gautier who awarded the penalty.
      For the penaly repeated, this was a good decision because a Benfica player entered the area before Cardozo kicked the ball.
      I didn't think that Gautier would do such a good match. UEFA seems to be right trusting in him...

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    3. By the way, many handballs this evening and always penalty.
      I don't agree, again I want to underline that this rule is a problem. No consistency, no objective criteria, and each handball can be, at the same time, correct or wrong, if we see it from different points of view.
      If the penalty given by Gautier was repeated due to the Benfica player entered in penalty area, this is the only case in the whole Europa League, starting from group stage.
      Also here, no consistency.
      It's clearly a correct decision according to rules, but instructions by UEFA should be given.

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    4. Good decision by Antony Gautier. Players from both teams entered the box significantly too early, hence the penalty was justifiably retaken.
      http://s1.directupload.net/file/d/3215/89bzzz3g_jpg.htm

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    5. (sry that I hit the screenshot slightly too late, the effect is however not affected by that..)

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    6. Anonymous4/4/13 23:48

      Evenif it's the only case in the whole Europa League, I think that Gautier was totally right to repeat the penalty. Definitely, there were too many players in the penalty area, and moreover the first one to come into was from Benfica.

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  25. BTW, remarkable complaints by SS Lazio against Collum and the penalty not given in first half, including a red card for DOGSO.
    And also the penalty whistled to the home team, according to what they are saying, is questionable.
    I haven't watched the match, Admin can you confirm?
    They are saying that Collum was impressed by the Turkish crowd, afraid to be neutral.

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    1. They are wrong. 2nd yellow was perfectly right, tackle from behind solely hitting the opponent. The handball penalty was ok. Unnatural hand movement, enlargement of the body volume. Yellow card a bit strict here. I have not noticed a possible penalty in the first half, sorry, I really cannot understand what action they mean.

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    2. And they also say that the free kick leading to 2-0 was wrong, it was a foul in favor of Lazio and not Fenerbahçe.
      They are talking about a stealing by the referee, I don't share these words, but big criticisms.
      The situation in first half should be at 12'.

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    3. :D That's no free-kick? http://s1.directupload.net/file/d/3216/g4iyf75m_jpg.htm

      I have rewatched the 12' situation: it was nothing. The Lazio striker crossed the path of the last defender, first touched him, the defender fell, thus, the striker fell, too. For me rather the striker's foul. Probably, doing nothing was the best solution, also indicated by AAR2 Beaton.

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  26. After a thorough analysis of all the " problematic situations " the best trial Serbian referees team so far. Great game, excellent referees!
    Regards!

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    1. Imo Mazic missed a 2nd yellow card for Gallas in 2nd half. It was a dangerous situation for Basel , Mazic whistled for foul but didn't show the YC for Gallas...
      I don't know this mistake means -0,1 in final mark or is considered as crucial mistake (whicj means max 7,9).

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    2. Puh. You are right. Holding to prevent a dangerous counterattack. If he whistles that, it is actually a mandatory yellow card. But I think Mazic was aware of that and had the intention not to send him off.
      The scene occurred at the point of time 77:10.

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    3. Thank you because you agree with me :)
      It was quite obvious Mazic knew that Gallas was already booked and only for this reason he didn't show a YC. Like you said, if you whistle foul than a YC is mandatory...

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    4. No need to say thanks if one shares the same view :)
      You can also notice Gallas who seemed quite relieved that Mazic was lenient with him ;)
      I nonetheless do not think Collina would take this as a reason to lower his mark to 7.9..of course I cannot be sure, but I would be surprised. But surely, this should have been a topic in the debriefing.

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    5. I watched this situation, Mazic surely was aware of everything but he evaluated it as not enough for a (second) red card.
      I agree with the fact that it's difficult to consider it as crucial mistake, sometimes we are too easy in giving low marks...

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    6. Of course I meant second YC not red.

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    7. It would be nice if some referees (or referee observers) who read this blog tell us what effect has a mistake like this (not showing a 2nd YC) on the final mark.
      @Chefren: I think the yellow card is mandatory there. Mazic shouldn't take in consideration that is the 2nd one for Gallas...

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    8. It was waiting. I thought. But ... Gallas carelessly starts ( heel hooks ) an opponent. No retreat- no unsportsmanlike conduct! Promising opportunity- no way! Promising attack? No way. The first path, the direction the ball is going to Verthongen, not Gallas! It's just inconsiderate offense punishable by a direct blow. See clip a little better. Mažić a great set, and therefore the offense and see a real excellent assessment!

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    9. Once again- analysis was performed into the night. It is a fight for the position. Gallas undoubtedly commits a foul! The inertia of the fifth carelessly pinned an opponent. LOTG- no disciplinary action. Direction, the path played ball goes right to Verthongen, no Gallas. So it is not a promising attack! Watched 40 times from different angles. Honestly, at first viewing, and I thought the same thing.
      Regards! :)

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    10. Do you have the link for that?I havent seen it...

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    11. I really would like..but you cannot imagine how quick filehosters such as dailymotion or youtube are with deleting videos :/
      If you want, contact me via mail (address, see below).

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    12. For me no crucial mistake either. At first I thought too that it was a mandatory YC but after seeing it many times I can't say the same. Ball is coming from a long pass and there wasn't real promising attack. So an acceptable call by the Serbian.

      I will make a report by tomorrow but I consider Mazic for 8.3-8.4.

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    13. In contrast to some previous appearances, where he showed superb fitness performance, the match Spurs-Basel was much more rational + superb fitness. Positioning is a much better and do not mind player ( so was the UTD-Braga ). Diagonal running out and you have a much better view of the game. Good location and provides a good angle, or a basketball dictionary " window ". Thanks to its favorable position, he made a great decision. Unfortunately, it is true that the recording was deleted- but I will have it and delivered Nic.

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  27. Anonymous6/4/13 17:31

    Juventus-Bayern: Carballo(confirmed)
    Galatasaray-R.Madrid: Kuipers
    Borussia-Malaga: Lannoy
    Barcelona-ParisSG: Webb

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