June 13, 2013

Boiko and Haţegan may extend their U21 experience

Ukrainian Serhiy Boiko and Romania's Ovidiu Alin Haţegan have been appointed by UEFA to take charge of the semifinal ties at Israel's Under-21 European Championship. Both are thus rewarded for their good performances in the group stage matches they handled.

Serhiy Boiko of Ukraine (c) FFU
Semifinals

15 June 2013
SF1 – Netanya Municipal Stadium, Netanya (ISR) – 17:30 CET
SPAIN
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NORWAY
Referee: Serhiy Boiko (UKR)
Assistant Referees: Ivo Kolev (BUL), Alan Mulvanny (SCO)
Additional ARs: Sébastien Delferiere (BEL), Ilias Spathas (GRE)
Fourth Official: Vencel Tóth (HUN)
UEFA Referee Observer: Haim Jakov (ISR)
Blog Observer:
Niclas E. (GER)






15 June 2013
SF2 – HaMoshava, Petah Tikva (ISR) – 20:30 CET
ITALY
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NETHERLANDS
Referee: Ovidiu Alin Haţegan (ROU)
Assistant Referees: Sandro Pozzi (SUI), Haralds Gudermanis (LVA)
Additional ARs: Kenn Hansen (DEN), Miroslav Zelinka (CZE)
Fourth Official: Roland Brandner (AUT)
UEFA Referee Observer: Hugh Dallas (SCO)
Blog Observer:
Philipp S. (GER)






22 Comments:

  1. For some time I think we will see in action the Ukranian REFS Boiko, as I had the opportunity to watch the Rusian REFS Karasev. And to be honest the Rusian talent in the game to judge POLAND-LIECHTENSTEIN, no I'm not able to convince many decision was not clear.

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  2. Very much pleased for Boiko. He has been the wildcard in this tournament. Everyone was expecting his departure. However, he has proved us all wrong. Very good appointment for Hategan aswell.

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  3. I would rather say that UEFA has proven us wrong. I never thought his performances were not good, but I feared he could leave the tournament after group stage because of his small experience. Great achievements for every official involved there.

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  4. I'm sure that in a year in June- 2104 Ukranian REFS-Boiko category will advance to the ELITE-DEVELOPMENT, sooner than my countryman Paul Gil, and Szymon Marciniak. How did it we say in Poland " THE SYSTEM DOES NOT HAVE THE COUNCIL ".

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    1. Anonymous13/6/13 21:44

      Only in 91 years?

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    2. Anonymous14/6/13 09:34

      It was to be expected that the cost must bring something to the Ukraine for Collina.Ukrainian Boiko is the result.

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  5. No, in June 2014. Sorry my error

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  6. Confederations Cup appointments - Match 1 & 2
    Pedro Proença has been appointed for Brazil-Japan, while Mexico-Italy will be refereed by Enrique Osses. Assistants are their usual ones, no word on the fourth officials yet.

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    1. Where did you found out that? FIFA doesn't have anything.

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    2. I would like to say "a secret source inside the referees comittee", but alas, no... ;)
      It was published on FIFA's Twitter feed (@fifamedia).

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    3. Ok, thanks a lot Thomas.

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  7. The referee for the big duel of the first matchday, Spain-Uruguay, is Yuichi Nishimura. joel Aguilar will oversee Tahiti-Nigeria.

    Good appointments so far, only Aguilar can be a bit disappointed. Nishimura's appointment shows FIFA's belief that Irmatov is not the only Asian among the best referees in the world. Proença has the opening match, I think we'll see a lot of football. Mexico-Italy also has the potential for a good game, but could overheat as well. Good test for Osses. Lastly, it seems that FIFA has started following its protocol for continental neutrality again.

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    1. No news about possible reserve trios?
      Maybe Irmatov?
      Anyway, thanks for the info, of course.

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  8. Brazil vs Japan: 4th Brych
    Spain vs Uruguay: 4th Kuipers

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  9. Spain - Norway: fourth official is Vencel Toth

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  10. Italy - Netherlands: Roland Brandner (AUT)
    as fourth official

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  11. Are they going to deploy Jug and Hategan as AARs for the final or what? Because otherwise they actually could have sent home Jug already (or perhaps they want to avoid Bebek gets 2x NOR-ITA..)

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  12. Harsh but acceptable YC decision for dive to a Spanish player by Boiko.
    Sure, it wasn't a penalty.

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    1. I agree. Not enough contact for me.
      There have been many occasions in this tournament where officials have booked players for simulation. Probably the committee have specifically instructed them to hammer down on simulation.

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    2. And that's good like that :) 5 yellows for simulation so far in this tournament..

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  13. Not the best impression from Hategan this evening, in my opinion he missed in prevention. The match in the last minutes was too tense and nervous, many riots were going to happen. He missed a violent conduct by a Dutch player (elbow on the chest of the opponent), no help from AAR1 Hansen.
    Overall, the match was not influenced but there are many points for improvement. Players must be protected more, this is the first task of a referee. I expected a better performance than what I saw.

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