June 15, 2014

World Cup 2014 - Referee Appointments - Matches 15-17

These officiating trios have been chosen to handle Matches 15-17 at FIFA World Cup 2014. Marco Rodríguez has already been confirmed by his national association to be in charge of Belgium - Algeria in Group H, while the other appointments are still to come in the course of the day.


GROUP H, Match 15
17 June 2014, 18:00 CET
Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte
BELGIUM - ALGERIA
Referee: Marco RODRÍGUEZ (MEX)
Assistant Referee 1: Marvin TORRENTERA (MEX)
Assistant Referee 2: Marcos QUINTERO (MEX)
Fourth Official: Alireza FAGHANI (IRN)
Standby Assistant Referee: Hassan KAMRANIFAR (IRN)
Blog Referee Observer: Edward (GRE)

GROUP A, Match 17
17 June 2014, 21:00 CET
Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza
BRAZIL - MEXICO
Referee: Cüneyt ÇAKIR (TUR)
Assistant Referee 1: Bahattin DURAN (TUR)
Assistant Referee 2: Tarik ONGUN (TUR)
Fourth Official: Svein Oddvar MOEN (NOR)
Standby Assistant Referee: Kim Thomas HAGLUND (NOR)
Blog Referee Observer: Thomas H. (NED)

GROUP H, Match 16
17 June 2014, 00:00 CET
Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba
RUSSIA - KOREA REP.
Referee: Néstor PITANA (ARG)
Assistant Referee 1: Hernán MAIDANA (ARG)
Assistant Referee 2: Juan Pablo BELATTI (ARG)
Fourth Official: Roberto MORENO (PAN)
Standby Assistant Referee: Eric BORIA (USA)
Blog Referee Observer: Philipp (GER)

124 Comments:

  1. My Prediction; BRA-MEX - Cakir or Webb

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  2. Cakir can be the riight name for BRA-MEX. In the last times, he has more reputation by FIFA than UEFA.
    Surprising to read Rodriguez name for a low profile match, but of course it is better to start from a low profile match and then getting something more later in the tournament.

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  3. Don't want to sound greedy or unpatient, but is there a timeframe when we can expect the reports? I fully understand that such a intensive study needs time and no one wants sloppy results.

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    1. Report for Roldàn is ready, it will be published today I think...

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    2. Thanks a lot, Chefren, looking forward to it.

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    3. Three points on the reports.
      1) Sorry for the delay, but in the past 3 / 4 days we had a lot to do in our private lives, the reports for the next matches will probably come much quicklier.
      2) Sorry for the problems with the images in the reports. They are blurred, it's not your graphics card, but caused by Google Drive.
      3) Reports for 1-3 are online on the respective page, the rest follows later on.

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    4. First of all thanks for the reports and of course private life comes first. About the problem, I had a look at the Nishimura report yesterday and the image was perfectly fine. Maybe it will disappear after some time.

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    5. Plus, just downloaded all three and in the downloads the images are perfectly fine, so no problem

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    6. Then it is only a problem if it is viewed in the online link. So I strongly recommend downloads. Thanks for your feedback, also re Brych :)

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    7. No problem, that is the least I can do. :)

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    8. Niclas, out of curiosity: which decision by Rizzoli did you consider a crucial mistake? You lowered his mark to 7,8, but I'm not sure which of the mistakes you judged "crucial".

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    9. "The biggest problem is a missed foul before the 1:3 goal which leads to the mandatory mark below 8" - the reason was the offensive foul committed by van Persie.

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  4. BTW: Brych gets a "1" (A+), the best grade from the German "kicker". IMHO a completely wrong decision, blatant igrnoring of the facts and pro-German lobby.

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    1. Please ignore the Kicker. It is known and feared for its incompetent referee marking.

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    2. Have to agree on that one. The marks for the other refs so far have been "ok" but I just wanted to show this as a sign for the German/European attitude to overrated their own refs and criticize the others.
      IMHO the 1-2 for CRC and the first disallowed Mexican goal are very similiar, but Roldàn is described as "robber" in the German media while Brych is praised.

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    3. Well we don't have to discuss about the offside goal. This mistake is clear, maybe difficult, but nonetheless a mistake. My concern is rather that I think you tend to underrate the rest of the performance, which qualifies Brych for further and bigger tasks, at least that is my feeling - but of course it's only my interpretation. And well Kicker did the same in 2010 with Stark in ARG NGA which was 8.4 and not more, so.. ignore newspapers, really.

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    4. No, I agree there with you. Brych had a good match control, albeit maybe bit a bit to lenient with YCs (Tejada, Gamboa) and a RC (Caceres), while Roldàn was....well, how shall I say it....not really in control and even more lenient. Of course, Brych had a better performance, but the gap betwenn those two is not that big as the media makes it.

      Yeah, I remember Stark being praised for his performance which was good but not exceptional. And thankfully, I can ignore them thanks to this blog. ;)

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  5. Anonymous15/6/14 13:36

    IMO, Rodriguez is lucky to return for his third world cup after poor showing in the previous two. We will see how he goes this time.

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  6. Anonymous15/6/14 13:54

    Hungarian edition of WIKIPEDIA is currently (1:54 PM) reporting Pedro Proenca for BEL - ALG and Benjamin Williams for RUS - KOR. Both appointments seem to be canards given that each referee would be considered for a match with involvement of (just) one team from the own confederation:

    http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014-es_labdar%C3%BAg%C3%B3-vil%C3%A1gbajnoks%C3%A1g

    Peter/Vienna

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    1. Anonymous15/6/14 14:01

      Wikipedia is not reliable, even more the "national" editions :)

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  7. Pitana for Russia - Korea Rep.
    official appointment on fifa.com

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    1. Anonymous15/6/14 15:22

      Apparently Busacca have to ask for a "blessing" before announcing the referee of Brazil vs Mexico.

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  8. Anonymous15/6/14 15:27

    Niclas, knowing your strict approach towards dangerous tackles, aren't you scared of Brych's no card for fouls in 21:03 and only yellow card in 80:10? Both could easily be red cards!

    - jorge /portugal/

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    1. YC in 21' and RC in 81' for my taste. In 21' Brych should have used the opportunity to start with cautions, it was a really dangerous tackle, but no RC in the context of the game for me. 81' is a RC if we watch the slowmotions, I guess if Brych had seen it from another angle, he would have sent Caceres off.

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  9. As far as we have seen til now, FIFA must have given the referees a proposal to try to keep the cards back a bit longer than in former turnaments. Remembering especially horrible performances of spanish referees in the past, this is understandable, but quite risky. Sometimes it is better to remember that the rules are the same even in the first 15 minutes - and after you told a player the fifth time, that the next tactical foul will cause a YC, you loose any authority and game-control.
    Even Brych was too late here in 1 or 2 cases, like nearly all the others so far... That can`t happen just by chance!
    By the way, the whistle-concert of Osses might cause s.o.`s anger, but it is a forgettable sin. Even his disturbance of the players standing wrong in some moments - on the other side his match was not at all easy... Have you ever judged Asian teams against Africans or Portugal/Italy/ other teams with strong physique? You can easily fall into a role of protecting the "little victims" against the big ones - or follow the constant pressure by the bigger players, who loose their nerves with always s.o. standing on their feet, that is def. not an easy task - and Osses found the right line nearly perfectly in that point! (Do you remember the tournament 2002 with ITA-South Korea? The big scandal was not at all the referee, who only made 2 big mistakes in the end, when his bad physiques brought him into troble - the real scandal were the reactions of the Italian officials! Same with players from Portugal against the Koreans, who lost all their nerves on the field...)
    But one thing is clear for me: When the commission doesn?t correct that risky line especially getting into matches like Spaign-Chile and Uruguay-England, some colleagues will get in really deep trouble!

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    1. Yes, the cards come out very late. But it seems to work well with the players. The match control was not a problem in all matches, the referees were respected.
      A similar point is that most referees were very friendly, smiling at the players, showing "thumbs-up" etc. I assume that this also follows an advice by the instructors.

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  10. Anonymous15/6/14 17:49

    Irmatov, good luck!

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    1. Anonymous15/6/14 18:26

      Irmatov good foul and goal. 20cm on the right ball, then spray is not trouble yes?

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  11. You can easily guess why appointment for BRA-MEX has not yet been published. Very difficult choice for committee, after Nishimura penalty. I really think that the choice will be an European referee. Cakir, Webb or Proença.

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  12. Correctly rejected a penalty appeal by Switzerland for handball.

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  13. Very good job by Irmatov so far. No YCs, both penalty appeals turned down (SUI handball, ECU foul on Caicedo) correctly and very good management.

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  14. Anonymous15/6/14 19:00

    FIFA finally published the referee team for BRA - MEX ...

    Peter/Vienna

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    1. Where, Peter? I don't find the name.

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    2. Anonymous15/6/14 19:18

      Don't leave us hanging :P

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    3. Anonymous15/6/14 21:07

      http://resources.fifa.com/mm/document/tournament/competition/02/37/26/50/140615_15-17_neutral.pdf

      Peter/Vienna

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    4. Anonymous15/6/14 21:16

      Why not earlier??

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  15. Very interesting offside situation involving Kochkarov...

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    1. wrong offside call by AR2, swiss player have not touched the ball (pass no offside).

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  16. offside sui-ecu? 68-69min

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  17. This is the Irmatov we know! Top class advantage allowing Switzerland 2-1 in the last minute of the game! Excellent!

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    1. Anonymous15/6/14 19:53

      Fantastic pause and advantage no-call. Brilliant.

      Waiting for offside replays

      Dmitry

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    2. Anonymous15/6/14 20:03

      Irmatov, TOO GOOD!

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  18. Very good match by Irmatov, the offside decision is close. Interesting point: Did he give the YC for ECU#23 (?) who comittted a tactical foul before the 2-1.

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    1. very good performance by Irmatov. It's a pity that AR2 has raised his flag and Irmatov has not communicated that there was no contact. Missed YC (90'+3') but excellent advantage. I have not really seen whether goal 1 and goal 3 (2-1) were offside or onside and correct.

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    2. So he did not issue the card after the goal? Pity.

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  19. I feel Irmatov is not as good as in 2010. Great advantage call at the end but not so good during the rest of the game, just average. Plus crucial mistake by AR2

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    1. what mistake? have video?
      if 93min Irmatov give YC. Him is the best ref!

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    2. mistake? viedeo?
      Show YC 93m?

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    3. No show YC
      http://resources.fifa.com/mm/document/tournament/competition/02/37/25/75/eng_09_0615_sui-ecu_fulltime.pdf

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    4. temporary FIFA report: no YC in 93'. And the goals? Offside/Onside?

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  20. Anonymous15/6/14 20:01

    Blatter is one ignorant when he says that Nishimura
    was well at penalty of Brazil-Croatia.

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  21. Anonymous15/6/14 20:40

    Freeze at 105:06. No offside but so close.

    http://news.sportbox.ru/Vidy_sporta/Futbol/world_cup_2014/spbvideo_NI459105_SHveycariya-Ekvador-FIFA-CHempionat-mira?playeri=2

    Dmitry

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    1. Germany's TV drew the line and it was not really that close. Kochkarov lacked in positioning by more than 1m.
      Furthermore it is questionable whether Kochkarov raised it for the offside itself or because he thought that it was the attacking player who enlarged the ball. In both cases, Irmatov should have intervened. In the one scenario due to deliberate play (no offside then), in the other scenario he should have overruled the flag since it was clearly the defender who enlarged it. Serious teamwork mistake.

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  22. A technical issue forced France and Honduras to skip the national anthems. Never happened something like that...

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  23. It's Cakir for BRA-MEX.

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  24. Anonymous15/6/14 21:08

    Cakir right name Bra Mex

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  25. Ricci missed a red card against Pogba, I see no chance to not deem that as violent conduct.

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    1. YC to Pogba for me; it was unsporting but not violent (the initial trip; did you see anything else)?. Palacios could have gotten a red card for stepping on Pogba, though.

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    2. Well my live impression was: retaliation by Pogba, the ball was 2 seconds away and he clearly tried to kick / hit the opponent with his legs. But I will rewatch the situation.

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    3. He tripped Palacios after Palacios stepped on him.

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    4. My live impression also was RC for Pogba (and YC for Palacios).

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  26. good decision show two YC !

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  27. Anonymous15/6/14 21:30

    Right choice YC on Pogba

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  28. Anonymous15/6/14 21:30

    The two YC is very good, the players from Honduras who has a large theater.

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  29. Sandro Ricci was the calmest person in the stadium. Fully agree with his final decision.

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  30. Duel Palacios-Pogba: red cards?

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    1. Anonymous15/6/14 21:47

      Why red card for Palacios? Maybe foul for first tackle, no cards needed at all. Then Palacios stepped on Pogba twice, unintentionally, who kicked him. Foul for France, YC for Palacios, RC for Pogba. My opinion.

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  31. Bad performance by Ricci. Three dubious free-kicks for France by the linesman, missed YC (Debuchy 23'), missed foul by Griezmann before his woodwork header, missed RC for Pogba for violent conduct.

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    1. Anonymous15/6/14 21:38

      Still calling an Assistant Referee "linesman"?

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    2. AR1 puts himself way too much into the spotlight in my opinion. More modesty and reluctance would not harm.

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    3. Did I see that right? He stepped on the field to argue with a player?

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    4. Yes he did. Self-centric, like Ricci himself. Yes it is AR, sorry for my wording.

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  32. good penalty!

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    1. Anonymous15/6/14 21:46

      But harsh second yellow...

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    2. Yes to both.

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    3. Anonymous15/6/14 21:57

      If Yellow is yellow, no care that it is the second

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    4. I would think the caution was for SPA, as Pogba was about to head that ball to the goal. It was not DOGSO (so no straight red), but I think a good case can be made for SPA.

      On a side note, this is the first game where we see real rough football. Many dirty challenges and after-the-play altercations. Ricci, to me, is reacting quite well. It is certainly not an easy game to manage.

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  33. Anonymous15/6/14 21:53

    Correct penalty, but not a second yellow card for me. Pogba should have been sent off, of course. Not overly impressed by Ricci so far. AR 1 on the other hand has been very good in my view. Takes responsibility when needed. AR 2 good too.

    /Swedish observer

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  34. Scandalous penalty call and the person who was "fouled" shouldn't be on the field anymore. Palacios wrongly carded in the violent conduct scene gets a second yellow. For me no foul, no penalty, no sending off.
    Self-centric performance by Ricci without a clear line.

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    1. Anonymous15/6/14 21:58

      "scandalous" haha, Palacios clearly shoulder barged Pogba in the back, it was a clear Stonewall penalty, could have been a straight red for DOGSO nevermind a YC.

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      Howard Maxi why i don't see you refering at the WC?
      Another "scandal"?

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  35. If this is a clear penalty we can stop playing football.

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    1. Absolute nonsense!

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    2. Dude, he clearly slammed into the player. Penalty. The card on the other hand...

      Pogba should have been sent off.

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    3. Is there one referee you thought did a decent job, ever? Every game, you write about how the ref is awful and did a terrible job.

      That penalty was correct. Shoving one's shoulder in the back of a player, even more so when no attempt is made to play the ball, is a foul. It is a foul in midfield, it is a foul in the penalty area, it is a foul everywhere on the field, by anyone, on anyone.

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    4. You are speaking out of my heart Emil.
      Stopping a promising attack, YC --> 2nd YC --> Adios Palacios. It is as simple as that.

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    5. Yes. Look closely at my posts and you will see that I actually defend them.

      What annoys me about the decision: An earlier foul by Debuchy ist not carded but this push is. Not the same decisions for the same things, that is all.

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  36. Ricci is at his usual standard IMO. Very good.

    All the YC's are completely justified and the penalty kick (+2nd YC) is spot-on.

    I do hope to continue like this.

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    1. After rewatching the replays I can accept the "cat 3" decision to book two players, 1 of each team. Actually both could have gone, I sitll believe these were violent conducts.

      I agree with you Edward, also on the penalty kick, but I have not seen ANY personality so far and that is the problem I have with Ricci until now.

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    2. My only problem was the extreme usage of whistle. I think that covered any personality. It seems that CONMEBOL referees use their whistle too much (Roldan, Osses).

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  37. I must say excellent, this goal might have been surely missed!

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    1. goal? no technology, no goal.
      but its goal :)

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    2. Anonymous15/6/14 22:39

      Extremely serious!
      The ball never crossed the goal line COMPLETELY on the second goal provided the France!
      On images cameras aligned in the axis of the goal line we can clearly see the maximum ball 75 to 85% within the goal.
      However, the laws of the game are formal, so that a goal can be acordis, it is necessary that the ball has FULLY crossed the line of aim at 100% which is not the case here.
      Failing technology!
      At first the images announce rightly "No. GOAL", then a few seconds later "GOAL" and modify so incomprehensibly their good original decision creating confusion, the never seen.
      Which means that the technology of the cameras on the goal line by Sepp Blatter also has rats and compensate or never fully correct that additional arbitrators by Michel Platini.
      That said, Sandro Ricci made a remarkable performance in a difficult match.

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    3. We need to check that. There was one replay from the side (90° angle) which is helpful.

      Just that: "At first the images announce rightly "No. GOAL", then a few seconds later "GOAL" and modify so incomprehensibly their good original decision" - at first GLT showed no goal for the ball hitting the right crossbar. When it crossed the line after the goalkeeper's touch it became goal. So there were two distinct judgments and not one.

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    4. Anonymous15/6/14 22:44

      The first image NO GOAL was related to a previous moment of the action, when the ball had hit the post. Then, later the keeper made this own goal. Rewatch the whole video and you understand.

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    5. For my part, if I had an assistant, it is not Goal

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    6. The assistant signalled "GOAL"...

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    7. Replays also suggest it was a goal. GLT worked. The 90° angle was only 85° or so (camera from corner flag) so that this does not deliver adequate pictures either.

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    8. Anonymous15/6/14 23:31

      OK, after reviewing the images, well there were 2 different videos to 2 decisions NO GOAL and GOAL but...

      For me, the ball has never completely crossed the goal line on the deviation of the Honduran goalkeeper and I am of the same opinion that Gallen that there is not goal.

      Watch this video on You Tube and made a stop at 14 seconds. For me the ball is up maximum 90% in the goal and not totally 100%:

      http://www.YouTube.com/watch?v=iOP4ErgmOY0

      RPC

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    9. Puuh..
      The technology's limitations are maximum 0,5 cm. But the video pictures allow some room for doubt.

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  38. Anonymous15/6/14 22:11

    FIFA should be prouf of themselves. Nice illustration of how the technology is important

    Dmitry

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  39. Excellent performance by Ricci so far ! best in the tournament or tied with Brych?

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  40. Small additional info: Van Gasse had detected the goal earlier than GLT by raising his flag ;)

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  41. Ricci has been very impressive, thus far! His calm demeanor has been one of the highlights.

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  42. Anonymous15/6/14 22:16

    If you are referees and have studied the rules, know 2YC was because the French player was going for a scoring opportunity, and is overthrown by Honduran player, unsporting attitude = YC.

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    1. I agree with you, but there's no need to be sarcastic and cocky about it.

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  43. Anonymous15/6/14 22:35

    Ricci is handling the match well, but to me it's a serious mistake not to book the Honduras player for the foul before the 3-0. The signal of AR2 suggested he saw a serious foul.

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    1. scissors worthy of yellow cards

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  44. Excellent performance by Ricci. Best teamperformance sofar in the WC. Very challenging match and the team got all tje major decisions right!!!! Regards RC

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  45. good performance by Ricci and team in a tough match but IMO area for improvement is player management, explanation of his decisions without whistle in the mouth. That was overtaken by his ARs. Calm approach, penalty and YC correct (2nd YC for HON 8 hard) but I would tend to two red cards in Palacios-Pogba-incident. Clearly 2nd appointment for the brazilian referee team to show whether they can improve in player-/whistle-management (same counts for Osses).

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  46. Have to make amends for my earlier "accusations" against Ricci. Overall good performance. Penalty correct, good management. However, I see room for improvement in his card management (Figueroa, Debuchy should have been booked, RC for Pogba for violent conduct). On a second and closer look on all those scenes, correct 1YC for Palacios and a maybe harsh but definetily NOT WRONG 2YC for the penalty foul.
    What leaves a bitter taste in my mouth is the fact that the Pogba gets a penalty and should not be on the field anymore.
    + Early cards, penalty call, personality, calmness
    - card management (Debuchy, Figueroa, Pogba), violent conduct Pogba not red carded
    Anyone seen a replay on the scenes Varane vs Espinoza (86'). Ricci had a good position and said no penalty instantly.

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  47. Completely agreed with Jens, for me 8.4/8.5 level. Player management and personality are the key areas to improve. And Howard Maxi, let's call the 2nd YC + penalty just "correct". Neither acceptable, nor maybe wrong, he had no other choice.

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    1. Ok, but what do you say on the scene with Debuchy (~27')? YC or ok to just give a foul. IMHO this scene, as a later tackle by Figueroa should have been yellow carded, more than the penalty scene.

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  48. For me that stays a red card.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2GSn83isTY

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  49. Anonymous16/6/14 00:13

    Ricci made a crucial mistake in min 90. he WHISTLED for a corner although the ball had not crossed the goal line and restarted the play with a throw-in!

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  50. Very good performance by Aguilar IMHO so far. Good match approach, but maybe Mascherano should have been booked after his second larger foul (9'/14'). I like his way of refereeing very much, calm and no attracting attention.

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  51. Anonymous16/6/14 01:48

    After these matches, can we say that there is a problem about fixed teams? For example, Kocharov made a crucial mistake, whereas Irmatov was admirable on the second gol of SUI. And also that shows he's lucid, although at the end of the match. What are in your opinion the chances of this referee?

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  52. In my eyes a near-perfect performance by Aguilar in an easy match. Good foul detection, great calm management and also the ARs with good decisions. I would like to see him in a little bit more challenging match next. Only minus point: Mascherano had to be booked after two early tactical fouls, but that is neglebible.

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    1. Anonymous16/6/14 02:21

      Beside the failed card management in the first quarter of the match, I have to add Aguilars movement as negative point. He was too slow crossing the mid area, resulting in blocking the path of players several times. One example around 40:00, when di Maria had to move around the referee in a counter-attack of Argentinia.

      Overall, I really liked Aguilars personality and player management, with room for improvement in card management and movement paths. 8.2.

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      Anonymous, your marks for other refs?

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  53. As a Turkish Contributor to this blog, I wish good & referee luck to Cuneyt Cakir for tonight's game Brazil - Mexico. He will be on spotlights and if he can finish the game successfully (fingers crossed) he will have good chances to be on semi finals or final. He was on top form last year till Man. Utd. - Real Madrid game. That unlucky moment disturbed his career. I hope he will be back on track and be successful for this tournament. Please note he is the first Turkish referee in a world cup after 40 years.

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