December 22, 2013

Unofficial Subcategories for UEFA's First Group

The following lists expose subcategories for UEFA's First Group of referees. Since they have abolished the former "Elite Development Group" and as they have promoted 14 referees from Second Group to First Group, there are now 68 referees who heavily differ from each other in their background, experience and future prospect. Therefore, we present you the following four subcategories as a means to determine the 68 referees' classification in a more precise way. 

Firat Aydinus is one of 68 First Group referees

It is unofficial and does not assert the claim to be totally correct. They are based on our analysis of their performances and chances within UEFA refereeing. You can use it as a tool while making predictions and to have a better overview on this quite large referee category.

Subcategories First Group
(Winter 2013)

20 Comments:

  1. Each time more absurdity at Uefa.

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  2. Off topic:
    It seems signor Mazzolenli is wearing jewellery in the Milan derby...

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  3. Muntari should have been dismissed for SFP. A quite nasty challenge on Jonathan.
    Also, Inter should have been awarded a spot-kick as Zapata brings down Palacio.
    Not a great night for Mazzoleni...

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    1. Many Italian serie A referees wear jewellery, there isn't any stirct control.
      And I agree on the missed penalty, not the best performance until now.

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    2. In that case, can players also wear jewellery in Italy?

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    3. I think that Muntari could've received a red card, but yellow seems more adequate for me, so no crucial mistake in my book. Obvious penalty for Inter missed by Mazzoleni and Russo. However, the latter was superb detecting that Nagatomo didn't play the ball by hand in the 53' (correct non-penalty call). Really good decision to send Muntari off for pushing that was an exemplary usage of excessive force in the 90+3'.

      The first half was a mixed bag performance with missed penalty, at least yellow card for Muntari and yellow card for Guarin for persistent infringement and/or an elbow in the 41' on the one hand and great man-management on the second hand. The second part of the game was far better with correct decision-making.

      Mazzoleni at 7.8/7.9 level (8.2/8.3), assistants and fourth official with 8.4, Russo (AAR1) with 7.9 (8.5) and Damato with 8.4/8.5.

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    5. @Nur of course referees who wear jewellery are accustomed to close eyes wwith players allowing the same for them, nevertheless this doesn't happen because players know that they have to remove everything.

      @Hubert AAR1 was Banti. Regards.

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    6. Ah yes, thx. I mixed it up with Bologna - Genoa which I watched too :D

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  4. Anybody see Guarin's elbow?

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    1. I saw that. Seems deliberate but excessive force...? Still don't know...

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  5. For those who contribute to this blog. May this Christmas be healthful and peaceful and full of The Lamb of God's blessing!

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      A very merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all!

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    2. Merry Christmas and a happy New Year from me too!

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    3. I wish you Merry Christmas and much happiness for 2014.

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    4. Merry Christmas to all and a Happy 2014.

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    5. Merry Christmas, Happy New Year! Lots of luck, health and a greater number of visitors...
      Best regards!

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  6. Merry Christmas and greeting for a mervellous new year also from my side.
    Best wishes
    Mario

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