October 20, 2014

Europa League - Referee Appointments - Matchday 3

These are the officials appointed by UEFA for 2014-15 Europa League Group Stage Matchday 3. 





Group L, 22 October 2014, 18:00 CET
Stadium: Dinamo im. Valeriy Lobanovskyi, Kyiv (UKR)
Metalist - Legia
Referee: Gediminas Mažeika (LTU)
Assistant Referee 1: Vytautas Šimkus (LTU) 
Assistant Referee 2: Saulius Dirda (LTU)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Sergejus Slyva (LTU)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Jurij Paškovskij (LTU)
Fourth Official: Vytenis Kazlauskas (LTU)
UEFA Referee Observer: Bernardino González Vázquez (ESP)
UEFA Delegate:

Group H, 23 October 2014, 18:00 CET
Stadium: Kuban, Krasnodar (RUS)
Krasnodar - Wolfsburg
Referee: Artur Dias (POR)  
Assistant Referee 1: Bertino Miranda (POR)
Assistant Referee 2: Rui Tavares (POR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Hugo Miguel (POR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Cosme Machado (POR)
Fourth Official: Paulo Sares (POR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Levan Paniashvili (GEO)
UEFA Delegate:

Group H, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Grand Stade Lille Métropole, Villeneuve d'Ascq (FRA)
LOSC Lille - Everton
Referee: Manuel de Sousa (POR)
Assistant Referee 1: Ricardo Santos (POR)
Assistant Referee 2: Alvaro Mesquita (POR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Carlos Xistra (POR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Marco Ferreira (POR)
Fourth Official: Antonio Godinho (POR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Vasyl Melnychuk (UKR)
UEFA Delegate:

Group I, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Štadión Pasienky, Bratislava (SVK)
Slovan Bratislava - Sparta Praha
Referee: Martin Strömbergsson (SWE)
Assistant Referee 1: Daniel Gustavsson (SWE)
Assistant Referee 2:  Joakim Flink (SWE)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Andreas Ekberg (SWE)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Bojan Pandžić (SWE)
Fourth Official: Per Brogevik (SWE)
UEFA Referee Observer: Michel Piraux (BEL)
UEFA Delegate:

Group I, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Stade de Suisse, Berne (SUI)
Young Boys - SSC Napoli
Referee: Ruddy Buquet (FRA)
Assistant Referee 1: Guillaume Debart (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2: Cyril Gringore (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Fredy Fautrel (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Amaury Delerue (FRA)
Fourth Official: Michael Annonier (FRA)
UEFA Referee Observer: William Young (SCO)
UEFA Delegate:
Blog Referee Observer: Edward (GRE)

Group J, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Aalborg Stadion, Aalborg (DEN)
Aalborg - Dynamo Kyiv
Referee: Stephan Studer (SUI)
Assistant Referee 1: Sandro Pozzi (SUI)
Assistant Referee 2: Sladan Josipović (SUI)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Adrien Jaccottet (SUI)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Sébastien Pache (SUI)
Fourth Official: Stephane De Almeida (SUI)
UEFA Referee Observer: Aleh Chykun (BLR)
UEFA Delegate:

Group J, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Arena Națională, Bucharest (ROU)
Steaua Bucarest - Rio Ave
Referee: Simon Lee Evans (WAL)
Assistant Referee 1: Philip Thomas (WAL)
Assistant Referee 2: Edward King (WAL)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Mark Whitby (WAL)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Nick Pratt (WAL)
Fourth Official:  John Bryn Roberts (WAL)
UEFA Referee Observer: Aleksei Spirin (RUS)
UEFA Delegate:

Group K, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Borisov Arena, Borisov (BLR)
Dinamo Minsk - Guingamp
Referee: Aleksandar Stavrev (MKD)
Assistant Referee 1: Marjan Kirovski (MKD)
Assistant Referee 2: Dejan Kostadinov (MKD)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Dimitar Meckarovski (MKD)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Dejan Jakimovksi (MKD)
Fourth Official: Goce Petreski (MKD)
UEFA Referee Observer: Marian Ruzbarsky (SVK)
UEFA Delegate:

Group K, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Stadio Toumba, Salonika (GRE)
PAOK - ACF Fiorentina
Referee: Felix Zwayer (GER)
Assistant Referee 1: Thorsten Schiffner (GER)
Assistant Referee 2: Marco Achmüller (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Bastian Dankert (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Robert Hartmann (GER)
Fourth Official: Robert Kempter (GER)
UEFA Referee Observer: Luis Medina Cantalejo (ESP)
UEFA Delegate:
Blog Referee Observer: TBD

Group L, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Hüseyin Avni Aker Stadyumu, Trabzon (TUR)
Trabzonspor - Lokeren
Referee: Liran Liany (ISR)
Assistant Referee 1: Danny Krasikow (ISR)
Assistant Referee 2: David Elias Bitton (ISR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Ziv Adler (ISR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Menashe Masiah (ISR)
Fourth Official: Nissan Davidy (ISR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Drago Kos (SVN)
UEFA Delegate:

Group G, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Kantrida, Rijeka (CRO)
Rijeka - Feyenoord
Referee: Tom Harald Hagen (NOR)
Assistant Referee 1: Dag-Roger Nebben (NOR)
Assistant Referee 2: Jan Erik Engan (NOR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Dag Vidar Hafsås (NOR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Ola Hobber Nilsen (NOR)
Fourth Official: Leif Erik Opland (NOR) 
UEFA Referee Observer: Stefano Farina (ITA)
UEFA Delegate:

Group G, 23 October 2014, 19:00 CET
Stadium: Stade Maurice Dufrasne, Liege (BEL)
Standard Liège - Sevilla
Referee: Hüseyin Göçek (TUR) 
Assistant Referee 1: Mustafa Eyisoy (TUR)
Assistant Referee 2: Orkun Aktaş (TUR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Mete Kalkavan (TUR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Hakan Ceylan (TUR)
Fourth Official: Serkan Ok (TUR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Ray Ellingham (WAL)
UEFA Delegate:

Group A, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: Estadio El Madrigal, Villarreal (ESP)
Villarreal - FC Zürich
Referee: Halis Özkahya (TUR)
Assistant Referee 1: Çem Satman (TUR)
Assistant Referee 2: Kemal Yilmaz (TUR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Tolga Özkalfa (TUR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Ali Palabıyık (TUR)
Fourth Official: Ekrem Kan (TUR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Rune Pedersen (NOR)
UEFA Delegate:

Group A, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: Borussia-Park, Mönchengladbach (GER)
Borussia Mönchengladbach - Apollon Limassol
Referee: Yevhen Aranovskiy (UKR)
Assistant Referee 1: Oleksandr Korniyko (UKR)
Assistant Referee 2: Volodymyr Volodin (UKR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Serhiy Boiko (UKR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Sergiy Berezka (UKR)
Fourth Official: Serhiy Bekker (UKR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Alexandru Deaconu (ROU)
UEFA Delegate:
Blog Referee Observer: Niclas (GER)

Group B, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: Stadio Olimpico, Turin (ITA)
Torino - HJK Helsinki
Referee: Stephan Klossner (SUI)
Assistant Referee 1: Remy Zgraggen (SUI) 
Assistant Referee 2: Vital Jobin (SUI)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Alain Bieri (SUI)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Nikolaj Hänni (SUI)
Fourth Official: Johannes Vogel (SUI)
UEFA Referee Observer: Haim Jakov (ISR)
UEFA Delegate:

Group B, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: Jan Breydelstadion, Bruges (BEL)
Club Brugge -  København
Referee: Michael Oliver (ENG)
Assistant Referee 1: Stuart Burt (ENG)
Assistant Referee 2: Stephen Child (ENG)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Lee Mason (ENG) 
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Paul Tierney (ENG)
Fourth Official: John Brooks (ENG)
UEFA Referee Observer: Markus Nobs (SUI)
UEFA Delegate:

Group C, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: White Hart Lane, London (ENG)
Tottenham - Asteras Tripolis
Referee: Ivan Kružliak (SVK)
Assistant Referee 1: Tomaš Somolani SVK)
Assistant Referee 2: Tomaš Mokoš (SVK)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Richard Trutz (SVK)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Vladimir Vnuk (SVK)
Fourth Official: Ondrej Brendza (SVK)
UEFA Referee Observer: Luciano Luci (ITA)
UEFA Delegate:

Group C, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: Stadion FK Partizan, Belgrade (SRB)
Partizan -  Beşiktaş 
Referee: Paolo Silvio Mazzoleni (ITA)
Assistant Referee 1: Riccardo Di Fiore (ITA) 
Assistant Referee 2: Matteo Passeri (ITA)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Marco Guida (ITA)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Andrea Gervasoni (ITA)
Fourth Official: Alessandro Giallatini (ITA)
UEFA Referee Observer: Peter Fröjdfeldt (SWE)
UEFA Delegate:
Blog Referee Observer: Nikitas (GRE)

Group D, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: Celtic Park, Glasgow (SCO)
Celtic - Astra Giurgiu
Referee: Kristinn Jakobsson (ISL)
Assistant Referee 1: Gylfi Mar Sigurdsson (ISL) 
Assistant Referee 2: Sigurdur Oli Thorleifsson (ISL)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Thoroddur Hjaltalin (ISL)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Vilhjalmur Thorarinsson (ISL)
Fourth Official: Gunnar Gunnarsson (ISL)
UEFA Referee Observer: Jan Fasung (SVK)
UEFA Delegate:

Group D, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: Stadion Salzburg, Salzburg (AUT)
Salzburg - Dinamo Zagreb
Referee: Serdar Gözübüyük (NED) 
Assistant Referee 1: Hessel Steegstra (NED)
Assistant Referee 2: Davie Goossens (NED)  
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Dennis Higler (NED)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Kamphuis Jochem (NED)
Fourth Official: Charles Schaap (NED)
UEFA Referee Observer: Alain Hamer (LUX)
UEFA Delegate:

Group E, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: António Coimbra Da Mota, Estoril (POR)
Estoril Praia - Dinamo Moskva
Referee: Alon Yefet (ISR)
Assistant Referee 1: Shabtai Nahmias (ISR)
Assistant Referee 2: Amihay Yehoshua Mozes (ISR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Eitan Shemeulevitch (ISR) 
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Daniel Bar Natan (ISR)
Fourth Official: Oren Borneshtain (ISR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Gaetano De Gabriele (MLT)
UEFA Delegate:

Group E, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: PSV Stadion, Eindhoven (NED)
PSV - Panathinaikos
Referee: Miroslav Zelinka (CZE)
Assistant Referee 1:  Ondřej Pelikán (CZE)
Assistant Referee 2: Antonin Kordula (CZE)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Petr Ardeleanu (CZE) 
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Michal Paták  (CZE)
Fourth Official: Martin Wilczek (CZE)
UEFA Referee Observer: Oguz Sarvan (TUR)
UEFA Delegate:
Blog Referee Observer: Chefren (ITA)

Group F, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan (ITA)
FC Internazionale - AS Saint-Étienne
Referee: Anthony Taylor (ENG)
Assistant Referee 1: Michael Mullarkey (ENG)
Assistant Referee 2: Gary Beswick (ENG)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Craig Pawson (ENG)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Jonathan Moss (ENG)
Fourth Official: Simon Bennett (ENG)
UEFA Referee Observer: Nikolay Levnikov (RUS), Pierluigi Collina (ITA)
UEFA Delegate:
Blog Referee Observer: Howard M. (GER)

Group F, 23 October 2014, 21:05 CET
Stadium: NSK Olimpiyskyi, Kyiv (UKR)
Dnipro - Qarabağ
Referee: Libor Kovařik (CZE) 
Assistant Referee 1: Krystof Mencl (CZE)
Assistant Referee 2:  Jan Paták (CZE)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Radek Příhoda (CZE)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Jan Jilek (CZE)
Fourth Official: Petr Blažej (CZE)
UEFA Referee Observer: Stefan Ormandjiev (BUL)
UEFA Delegate:

142 Comments:

  1. Neither Pawson nor Moss are FIFA referees; I thought that at least AAR1 had to be FIFA, in case he has to replace the referee?

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    1. England only have six FIFA referees. Can't see Messrs Atkinson or Clattenburg acting as AARs in the EL, Probert is currently injured and Marriner could have been appointed but he's just returned from a lengthy period on the sidelines.

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    2. BTW in Europa League both AARs can be NO FIFA officials.
      I can add, Emil, that AAR1 must be a FIFA official in CL, but not in EL. In EL additional assistant referees are appointed by national associations. Only main referee and AR1 must be FIFA. For example, in the past (when there weren't still AARs) it happened once that a NO FIFA referee took charge of a match because the main referee was injured or not available at the last moment. Massimilano Velotto replaced Paolo Dondarini in a UEFA Cup's group stage match in 2008. Massimiliano Velotto was the fourth official (not FIFA).
      Having said that, of course the rest of the explanation is what Nur wrote: the number of English officials in FIFA list is relatively low. In case of request by UEFA, they could have appointed Atkinson or Clattenburg here as AAR1.

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  2. I have another question about English officials: I never heard of Paul Tierney, is he a PL referee?

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    1. Tierney made his Premier League debut several weeks ago, although we haven't seen him since. Strange they didn't perhaps appoint Bobby Madley who is on the Select Group, instead of using Tierney who primarily officiates in the Football League.

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    2. Thanks, indeed it is a surprising choice.

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  3. Serdar Gözübüyük. What a name.

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    1. What is strange with it?

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    2. Probably anonymous refers to the fact that his name contains ö and many ü. But that is not so strange knowing that he is a (Dutch) referee with a Turkish origin. 'What a name' does not sound as a very nice comment to be honest...

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  4. BTW - just seen Taylor's observer, cardinal test for him. After a brilliant 2012/13 season, he had an extremly poor term last time round. This season, he's the only Select Group referee to be appointed to each round and has arguably been the stand-out performer. Here's hoping he get's a promotion to the First Group...

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  5. ... and another test for Soares Dias! When will the committee come to a conclusion for 2014-15 promotions?

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  6. I think that the only explanation for Taylor's appointment is the fact that both Marriner and Probert were not available for a match.
    Taylor appointment comes from nothing, in the meaning that he had only some under 19 and 21 qualifying matches and preliminary rounds in EL/CL.
    But, at the same time, surely an opportunity for a promotion, in case of good performance. England has to set new standards with international referees.
    Atkinson, Marriner, Probert have all a certain age, in a few years they will retire.
    After Clattenburg and Oliver another name is needed there. Good luck.

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  7. OT situation from serie A:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epsyqBfJATE
    is this goal regular? deliberate handball or not?

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  8. Gediminas Mažeika with a tense match and quite large number of important decisions to take. Two penalties whistled for undeliberate handballs (the first one as Eriksson's one). He allowed a very hard play, was firm and well managed the match. More soon.

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    1. Have video or more info pleas?

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    3. PENALTY APPEALS:
      1) http://vimeo.com/109763727
      2) http://vimeo.com/109761335
      3) http://vimeo.com/109761340

      PENALTIES FOR HANDBALL:
      1) http://vimeo.com/109761342
      2) http://vimeo.com/109761329

      DISALLOWED GOAL AND STOPPED PROMISING ACTION:
      1) http://vimeo.com/109761328
      2) http://vimeo.com/109761330

      FOUL(?) PLAY:
      1) http://vimeo.com/109761344
      2) http://vimeo.com/109761345
      3) http://vimeo.com/109761341

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    4. Well, many things to say here. Thanks for the video, as usual, Hubert.
      This performance seems really questionable.
      Starting from the penalty appeals: in all the three cases I see a reason for a whistle, but I want to focus on the third one. The challenge inside the box seems more foul than the subsequent one immediately reported by AR2. So one could think that AR2 had not the courage to inform the referee, but with such foul detection there were clear inconsistencies.
      In the second case, I don't find the reaosn for which the attacker should fall down prior to have the chance to play the ball crossed by the teammate. In the first case, AAR2 could have cooperated (as well as in the third).
      Having said that, it seems that Mazeika paid more attention to each kind of handballs. According to the whistled penalties, it was enough for him that the touch existed. Indeed, for me both calls are mistakes. In the first case, the defender couldn't remove his arm, having tried a tackle to hit the ball, but one can still try to back the referee, as he increased the volume of his body, at any rate stopping the ball by hand. But for me, no penalty.
      The second case hasn't explanations, as the player also tried to remove his arm, because he noticed that a handball was possible. Replays are very clear, I wouldn't penalize a edfender for that.
      The disallowed goal is a correct decision by AR2, the stopped promising action a mistake by AR1.
      About foul detection, it seems that the referee had not a clear line. Whistling for minor fouls and then missing other situations, worthy of a YC in some cases.
      All in all, it seems to me a very poor performance, to be honest.

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    5. how can spactators understand the difference between intentional and unintentional handling of the ball if the top european referees fail to distinguish between them. for me, the penalty decisions of Mazeika are absolutly unacceptable at this level.

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    6. In my opinion Mazeika has some arguments in the second penalty case. The defender had his arm in a somehow unnatural position and seemed to "guide" or "carry" the ball with his arm a bit. Difficult situation but the first penalty is completely wrong.

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  9. Match at risk in Salzburg. Due to bad weather conditions, heavy and ongoing rain, the pitch in Salzburg is currently in a state which does not allow a football match to be played. Staff is ready to clear the water, but it doesn't appear the rain to stop shortly. The final decision will be made by referee Serdar Gözübüyük tonight in a inspection at 7.30 PM.

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  11. Two situations from Bundesliga:

    http://vimeo.com/109521326
    http://vimeo.com/109521327

    Are the yellow cards enough?

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    1. 1) Seeing the replays, Red would have been more suitable. Straight leg on the shinbone mostly is SFP. I guess, referee Sippel did not really see the situation, because he stopped the match quite late. Maybe he got some input from the sideline for the YC.
      2) Difficult. You can argue for voilent conduct or endangering the safety of the opponent, therefore red was possible, but I'm not totally convinced.

      BTW: Sunday's top clash beween Bayern München and Borussia Mönchengladbach (first vs. second) is assigned to the young First Group referee Felix Zwayer, who gets many big matches this season.

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  12. Two consecutive mistakes by Liran Liany, two penalties missed by Liran Liany. 41st Minute, he missed handball in penalty area. Lokeren player's arm was enlarging his body area. After this, Trabzonspor's #28 is pulled inside the penalty area, DOGSO, penalty and red card missed. Up to that minute he was very good...

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  13. Good first half by Buqquet. 1 correctly rejected penalty appeal (min. 09'). Assistant's not challenged. 1 offside only.

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    1. I think that in second half Buquet missed a penalty?

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    2. I assume that you are talking about min. 70'. Difficult situation. The one and only replay isn't conclusive. I will have to re-watch it.

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    3. I watched the match, correct remarks by Edward about first half, the situation on Hamsik in second half was difficult to read, but looked like a penalty. I'm not sure anyway.
      Correct flag by AR1 disallowing a goal scored by Napoli.
      For the rest, I think expected level performance by Buquet.

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    4. I haven't still watched the min. 70' situation. But Buqquet had some problems with foul detection and disciplinary control in the second half. 2 particular scenes. Min. 49' (we can discuss about a possible SFP) and min. 66' an altercation between the YB coach and the NAP captain.

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    5. http://livefootballvideo.com/fullmatch/europe/uefa-europa-league/young-boys-vs-napoli

      3 scenes of interest

      Min. 49', min. 66', min. 70'.

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    6. I had forgotten this scene involving Sanogo. It is a SFP in my opinion but difficult to detect from referee's position.
      Concerning the scene at 66': the Swiss coach said "non mi toccare" (in English "don't touch me"), but it seems to me that Buquet presence in this situation was weak. He said some words to the coach but nothing to Maggio? Not the best management in my opinion but good reaction by fourth official.
      Finally, about the penalty appeal, there is a clear replay (the closer one): clear kick by defender who doesn't hit the ball. For me, blatant penalty missed.
      To be underlined also the strange management by Buquet. At first, he doesn't stop the play for the player injured, but then he does that after several seconds (why? the head was not involved) and then when he comes there in penalty area, he seems also to be insulted by Hamsik, who protests in a very blatant way. Again, not the best management for me.



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    7. Thanks, Chefren. Exactly the situations I wanted to underline.

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  14. Would be interested in opinions from Chefren, Niclas and others: observing first the nominations for ChL in the first three rounds, with a sense of systematic testing, and then noting the performances of some of the Elite and First category referees: should we expect major changes in the ranking at the end of 2014, both between Elite and First and also within First (especially considering also that there were no changes in mid-year)??

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    1. Of course we expect some important changes, especially in Elite Category. I try to answer shortly: Benquerença, Lannoy, Stark (and Webb of course) will surely leave the FIFA list, so for this reason, at least three (if not four) referees must be promoted in Elite. At moment the Elite category has a not really high number of officials, so I guess that they can't reduce the number, without promoting officials. The hot names are: Bebek, Karasev, Mateu Lahoz and perhaps also Aytekin, at least according to his last performance. He could replace Stark. About Mateu Lahoz: I don't know whether Spain will be allowed to have 4 Elite officials, but in case of demotion, the most logical name is Fernandez Borbalan, Elite official for one year, but appointed only in CL group stage (no KO phase).
      Another name ready for the possible "big jump" is Hategan, his CL performance in Nicosia was at an expected level. Committee could also promote more referees than the leaving ones, that would be good.
      There will be surely also promotions from Category 2 to Category 1 but here the speech becomes more difficult... we will be able to discuss that in the next weeks. Hope my answer was detailed enough, thanks for the question. Regards.

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    2. Why not Marciniak? I think he's already an complete official at the moment.

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    3. I must include also Sidiropoulos in my answer: I think that it's too early for both. First CL group stage match just one month ago. I would wait at leastother 6 months, just to be sure. All the names I made are clearly ahead due to their experience. Of course this is my opinion.

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    5. Of course, if UEFA decides to promote also Marciniak and Sidiropoulos I'm not against that, but according to the past, they were used to test a referee, prior to such important promotion, for a longer time.
      Just think to "Elive development category".... now it doesn't exist.

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  15. Another missed penalty and red card for Liany. 77th minute at Trabzonspor - Lokeren game.

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    1. Sad to hear if that is the case. I have always liked Liany, especially his style and had hopes for him.

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    2. There was another incident that I can't remember the minute. Two players clashed each other and Lokeren player couldn't stand up inside his team's penalty area. He didn't stop the game. Lokeren started an attack, didn't send the ball out. Then Trabzonspor stole the ball, started an attacked, had a dangerous shot and ended with a corner. It took about a minute or slightly more and he never stopped the game. I think that was a blatant mistake.

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  16. Super offside when Sparta scored against Slovan.

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    1. Sparta Praha first goal in Bratislava is embarrassing at Europa League.

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  17. AR1 wrongly disallowed Torino's goal at 33'

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    1. And another mistake few minutes for the same AR. Klossner's team really struggling in Torino.

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  18. 2nd YC from Zelinka in PSV. Also a possibly missed penalty for Panathinaikos. I will search for a video.

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    1. I watched the match live as I will report on that. The second YC was absolutely correct, one could also discuss about the chance to give a straight RC for the foul.
      The rejected penalty appeal seemed to me a correct decision but I must rewatch the situation.
      Apart from that, another penalty appeal in first half, this time by PSV.
      Overall, quite challenging match...

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    2. Thanks, Chefren. Definitely 2 scenes to be watched.

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  19. Good debut by Serdar Gözübüyük (NED).

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    1. So you saw an other game than I.
      Missed minimum 3 YC and the goal from Zagreb was no offside.
      That situation is also under control of the referee.

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  20. Solid performance by Aranovskiy. But no difficult match to be honest. Was it his first UEL match? Does anybody know?

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    1. It was his fourth match, he had his debut in 2012.
      http://worldreferee.com/site/copy.php?linkID=7398&linkType=referee&contextType=stats

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    2. Wasn't it already his FIFTH one - WORLDREFEREE seems to have missed today's:

      http://www.weltfussball.at/schiedsrichter_profil/evgen-aranovskiy/1/1/

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    3. You are right, Peter.

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    4. I agree with Maxi. Good match by the Ukrainian team. Only one very obvious and incorrect offside flag by AR1 at the end of the second half, but the referee's management and decisions were really good.

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  21. Well thanks a lot! How was Zelinka in Einhoven?

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    1. I watched the match live on pc.
      Two penalty appeals: one in first half for PSV, the second in second half for Panathinakos. According to what I watched, both decisions to play on seemed correct, but it would be better to watch them again.
      Foul detection was overall good, perhaps some missed fouls but not blatant mistakes, the sending off was correct. The first YC was for SPA, the second for a kick by raised leg in the face of the opponent (borderline to straight red, as already said). Other cards were issued for tackles in the midfield and for the celebration after the 1-0 (shirt removed).
      AR2 Kordula had a crucial offside decision in the last minute of added time, disallowing a goal scored by the Greek team, it looked to be a correct decision.
      If the match will be uploaded I will write the report, but as for now unluckily I can't find that.

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    2. Chefren, your opinion about min. 75' situation?

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    3. I have this minute in my book (75:00, right?) but as I had some problems with the live streaming I can't say anything. Was that a possible DOGSO if I remember well or another penalty appeal?

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    4. For me that's a clear penalty. Clear holding in the penalty area. More likely a YC than DOGSO.

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    5. I'm downloading the match now, report will follow soon!

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    6. I watched now the situation at 75': this should be a penalty in my opinion. Both referee and AAR2 looking into the box, but very likely both missed the situation, as they were focused elsewhere (on the ball?).

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  22. I agree. Strange foul detection in the Salzburg match and two or three yellow cards would have been appropriate. Important mistake by assistant with offside. I was not impressed at all. Also team problems in the Torino match. I have seen this week to many important mistakes by assistant referees. I feel sorry for Liany, but this wasn't the expected level at all.

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  23. http://livefootballvideo.com/fullmatch/europe/uefa-europa-league/krasnodar-vs-wolfsburg
    Please have a look at this penalty whistled by Soares Das: 49:30 match minute.
    It seems more shoulder than arm.

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    1. I can understand the decision though, there is a clear arm movement towards the ball.

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    2. Good decision!

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    3. With a magnifier in the German TV it became clear that it was more the upper arm than the shoulder. At least an acceptable and imo even a good decision.

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    4. I watched the match and even took down some notes and came to the conclusion that we cannot assign a crucial mistake to Dias here. My first thought was handball and pictures prove that the upper arm was used. Thus, correct decision I think.

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  24. Collina was at Giuseppe Mezza in Milan observing Taylor.
    The English official had therefore the most important test of his international career: observed by both Levnikov and Collina...

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    1. Well, only seen the second half so far. Not much to say, but I liked his style. Two correct YCs, otherwise not much to say.

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    2. Interesting, anybody know how he got on?

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    3. Many thanks, Howard.

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    4. Some remarks I read here and there on Italian sites: two penalty appeals for handball (one at 67' by Hernanes, the first in first half involving Bayal Sall and Icardi: both are marked as correct decision),. Then when the YC to Hernanes was issued (88'), it could have been better to give advantage because St Etienne was going to have a promising attack.
      Then another situation at the beginning of second half involving Mbaye and Hamouma. Hope these info are useful for your report, Howard.

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    5. The first scene in half two was nothing, the handball quite minor. The YC was partly given due to the fact that there was a Brief stand-off between Hernanes and some ETI players, so he decided to calm down instead of letting the play go on.
      I'll have a closer look this evening. Thx for the info Chefren.

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  25. Breaking news from Holland!! Referee Bas Nijhuis is accused of molesting a woman with whom he would have had an affair... End of a career?

    http://m.telegraaf.nl/article/23242761/aangifte-tegen-scheidsrechter-nijhuis-om-poging-tot-zware-mishandeling

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    1. He will be in charge of PSV-Utrecht this weekend, and the KNVB has already stated that they will not replace him and they said, that Nijhuis has kept them updated about this situation all of the time. So for now, I don't worry about his career in Holland. But offcourse, if he will be found guilty, it will probably mean the end of his career...

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    2. The problem is that apart from presumed innocence which must count for him there is another side. Even if he is not guilty, his reputation can be seriously damaged.

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  26. New German FIFA referee, replacing Wolfgang Stark, is Daniel Siebert. He is 30 years old and has only been in charge of 19 Bundesliga matches so far.
    New FIFA assistant referee, replacing Jan-Hendrik Salver, is Rafael Foltyn. He is 29 years old and has done 40 Bundesliga matches, mostly assisting Tobias Welz.

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    1. Quite expected, even though I think Pelgrim would have been the more logical option, being Zwayer's AR2 and convincing with good performances.

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    2. And this also means they did not use the last option. Pelgrim turns 38 next year.

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  27. http://www.dfb.de/news/detail/dfb-meldet-daniel-siebert-fuer-fifa-liste-108894/

    Daniel Siebert is next year as new FIFA-Referee and Rafael Foltyn is new FIFA Referee Assistant

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  28. Sorry, is he a World Cup referee...?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfdVnDQUE3s

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    1. If you are talking about the referee in the clip: yes, his name is Ben Williams from Australia and he officiated at the world cup 2014.

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    2. I know this. How can you give a red card after an advantage in such situation? 7th level official wouldn't do it!

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    3. Actually, the red card is correct. No player, ever, ought to challenge for the ball with a kicking motion studs first in the air. (The reasoning is similar to Nani's red card by Cakir, for which UEFA stated a red card was acceptable if the referee judged the force to be excessive) As for the advantage, I wouldn't do it, but I can understand the reasoning and can accept it. Williams is known to be very courageous and not hesitate to make unpopular decisions; while some decisions are debatable, he must be praised for his courage.

      Are you complaining about the red card or about the advantage?

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    4. Advantage is a 'rape' on the Laws of the Game. Period.

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    5. Can't give a RC after advantage, it must be very clear (a goal scoring opportunity). Otherwise, the player is still on the pitch when he has not title to do that, a risk for the referee.

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    6. @Anonymous1
      Distasteful expression. And nonsense as well.

      @Anonymous2
      Yes, but whether there is an opportunity to score a goal is left to the referee's appreciation. In this case, there is a very promising attack, so I can understand why Williams let play continue.

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    7. I can only say that the German guidelines (and somehow these are congruent to UEFA) support anonymous of 5:05 PM. Advantages after RC offences only in case of a 100% goal-scoring opportunity..

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    8. I agree that it is bad for match control (something Ben Williams struggles with regularly, as he can tend to inflame situations...), and it is not something I would recommend. Yet, I would not consider it as a mistake per se.

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    9. I saw the game live, and I was shocked by the card. I couldn't believe that such a fantastic referee would play advantage in this situation. The media in Australia has been berating Ben Williams for the call. He is unpopular amognst fans due to his brave (and sometimes controversial) desicions. I though the RC was a bit harsh, and it reminded me of the Nani/Cakir send off as well. Ben Williams was also "dropped" from matches this weekend by the way.

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  29. Declaration on comments:
    Match sanctions and political backgrounds are NOT discussed on this blog.

    Branko DDM, I cannot understand you. On the one hand you only comment and appear as soon as Milorad Mazic has a match and this is your good right. On the other hand you are discussing the whole story of Bosnian, Serbian and EU politics and emphasize that German people (even though I was born 50 years after the all-time weakest and most horrible point in German history) don't have a right to talk about that. After a 300 words text about politics you then make clear that The 3rd Team is no place for political messages and discussions. That is not logical.

    I just wanted to say that....this blog is focused on REFEREEING. Post-match sanctions and politics in football matches can be discussed in football forums. Therefore such comments will be deleted in future.

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  30. FOR ALL ANONYMOUS USERS.

    The next libelous comment INSULTING a member of the admin team will be immediately deleted and anonymous comments will be disabled.

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  31. I support your work and appreciate that you released anonymous identity again. Please don't cancel it because of 2-3 idiots. Sorry, I know this word infringes your houserules, too, but it's a mere fact. I would invite these anonymouses to my next referee meeting and there we could discuss things from face-to-face. Be sure that none of them would have the courage to open their mouths.
    Some people apparently don't know the power of your site and try to abuse it. Don't tolerate that. I support you in radically deleting such comments, it is no censorship for me.


    Apart from that, a topic: I watched Manuel Gräfe today in Leverkusen:Schalke. Very good performance. Correct disciplinary management, brave sending-off for Leverkusen (sfp from behind with studs) and a good elbow-yellow card against a Schalke attacker. Direct free-kick leading to the only goal - it was correct. I would score him 8.5-8.6. Unfortunately he never had his breakthrough on UEFA level which allowed him to be Elite. A great referee.

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    1. All OK about Manuel Gräfe.

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  32. report for Borbalán at Roma CSKA?

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    1. The report is ready and it will be uploaded today or tomorrow at the very latest.

      Marks are 8.4/8.4/8.5/8.4/7.9/8.4

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  33. Trio of CONMEBOL in Club World Cup of Morocco: Wilmar Roldan, Eduardo Diaz and Alexander Guzman (Colombia)
    Source: https://twitter.com/ArbitroInteBlog/status/526118104624271361

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    1. Pedro Proença has been chosen too. FPF internal source. B.Miranda and J.T.Trigo assistants.

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    2. From Oceania it is Hauata norbert.

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    3. Very good choice by FIFA with Proença, a referee for the future...

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    4. I share your view. A referee who can reach further World Cup editions and therefore needing monitoring.... Makes sense. As everything in Busacca-world.

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  34. Borussia M.-Bayern M,
    Félix Zwayer not well. Too mistakes.

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    1. Indeed. His card selection is still the same as ever......

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  35. @ Anonymous 8:36: could you please give your source for the Hauata info to be sure? :) Thank you.

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    1. It's reliable, sorry I can't tell name.

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    2. Can you post the full list?

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    3. The list is confidential. Only the CONFIRMED referees can be posted along with a link to the respective FA mentioning the news.

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  36. Greek Superleague Derby today (Olympiakos - Panathinaikos)

    Referee: Charalampos Kalogeropoulos (newly FIFA).

    Personal choice by new Refereeing Official Hugh Dallas who was at the stadium. However the referee made one of the worst performances I have seen. 1 penalty at min. 80'. Mitroglou is clearly seeking contact with Panathinaikos GK and his leg goes into the GK hand (which is close to the body). Never a penalty + YC. Crucial mistake.

    Second scene at min. 90+2'. Petric is being penalized inside Olympiakos penalty area with a handball when the ball clearly hits his body (attacker's foul). Unbelievable decision. After that the ball goes to Atzagoun who is ready to shot.

    Finally before Olympiakos 1-0 Afelai fells and blocks the ball with his body. Referee doesn't detect it and awards a foul for Olympiakos. After that 1-0. Crucial mistake.

    Many disciplinary problems. Definitely a bad day for Greek Refereeing. And from a referee who is the New FIFA.

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  37. Tony Chapron in PSG - Bordeaux, two RC for SFP: 28', 37'.
    And two penalties: 45'+2, 49' (no card?).
    http://livefootballvideo.com/fullmatch/france/ligue-1/psg-vs-bordeaux-3

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  38. 12 November | Szymon Marciniak | Netherlands – Mexico (Amsterdam)
    14 November | Bartosz Frankowski | Japan – Honduras (Tokio)
    14 November | Szymon Marciniak | USA - Colombia (London)
    18 November | Paweł Gil | Japan – Australia (Osaka)
    18 November | Paweł Raczkowski | Ireland – USA (Dublin)
    18 November | Tomasz Musiał | Switzerland U-21 – Scotland U-21 (Zurich)

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    1. Szymon Marciniak in London only two days after whistling in Amsterdam?

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    2. Yes. He was asked by David Elleray. And Szymon Marciniak said he's able to do these two games.

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  39. Stuart Attwell is back in the Premier League. He has been appointed to Leicester - West Brom on Saturday. Michael Oliver will be in charge of the Manchester derby the following day.

    Full appointments: premierleague.com/en-gb/news/article.match-officials-appointments-1-3-november.html

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    1. I remember to our readers that we have our "Domestic League Appointments" page:
      http://footballrefereeing.blogspot.it/p/domestic-leagues-referee-appointments.html
      Updated every week for Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and other remarkable matches in Europe.

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  40. Could someone remember the european referees appointed for the club world cup since this competition was created?

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    1. Starting from 2000 (the first edition with clubs from all the confederations), you can find them on Wikipedia.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2000_FIFA_Club_World_Championship
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_FIFA_Club_World_Championship
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_FIFA_Club_World_Cup

      and so on...

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  41. Thank you, Chefren! No portuguese referees yet. Proença can make sense but my choice is Clattenburg, Moen or Collum in this order. FIFA use to choose in last years no so experienced referees!

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  42. Noumandiez Doue is the CAF referee for Club World Cup. Both assistant referees from the last WC.
    Source is Árbitro Internacional.

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  43. During latest edition, referees for FIFA club world cup were avilable a couple of weeks before the kick off, so I'm surprised but happy to read the names so early.
    For Comnebol, Roldan is still high level referee and he can demostrate his value after a low profile WC2014
    For CAF, Doue is not so young, I was thinking an official form Morocco or a younger to be tested for WC 2018. IN othe rhand Gassama would deserved a lot this competition, especially after his WC2014 and the fact that he was not utilized as deserved.
    For Uefa Proenca is for me wired: he is on the way for retirement, I think it's a recognition about his carrier but then why not Stark who didn;t get a CL final; maybe Kassai Skomina or Cakir would be more appropriate
    For OFC, no chance: very good to test Hauata and not always O' Leary
    For AFC: ? I guess Shukrallah (for same reasons esplained before for Gassama) or Al Badwawi who dind't get neither WC2014 for injury or "the evergreen:" Irmatov. nice gesture and recognition would be Nishimura, since he will leave international carrier at the end of 2014
    CONCACAF: honestly I have no idea: Aguilar is a safe bet but Geiger too deserve so much. what do you think about Bonilla ?

    Any comment ?
    Sorry Chefren do you know if in Italy somebody will replace Banti at international level ?
    Regards

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    1. Hi F.
      I don't think that Banti will be replaced in a short time, as he is a solid referee in Category 1. No hopes for a promotion in Elite, yes, but he should remain in this category without doubts. For 2015 there shouldn't be changes in FIFA list regarding referees.

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  44. FIFA Club World Cup
    I do not understand how to choose arbitrators as Proenca or Doue, they are in "the last year" international referees. This tournament should be used to test a young referee.
    Si FIFA va usar arbitros mundialistas, entonces, no hay muchas opciones para el resto de las confederaciones.
    OFC - Hauata is the first choice, if not repeats Oleary, it would be boring to see him again.
    CONCACAF - Geiger, Aguilar, or Lopez, the first two have previously participated. So, Walter Lopez would be a first option unless FIFA surprise us and Roberto Garcia is elected.
    AFC - Nishimura is out like Irmatov. It would be boring to them as Oleary. Faghani Shukralla or have already participated. Then we have Williams as the first option, unless, Busacca want to repeat the same referees once again on.
    Let's see if they surprise us.

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    1. I agree with you, these tournaments are the ideal testing ground for promising FIFA officials with regard to the next World Cup. They can experience a FIFA tournament with all the added instructions and professionalism. Appointing Doue and Proença makes no sense with that philosophy in mind, so I guess Busacca thinks differently about the CWC than we do.
      I would not have appointed Doue and Proença despite their obvious talents for these reasons. They have reached the end of the road regarding experience and therefore this aspect is a bit wasted on them.
      However, if I criticise Busacca's choices, I must also make a few suggestions of my own ;-).

      So, by confederation:
      CONCACAF: well Rodriguez has departed, so there is space for a new Mexican no.1. The logical choice is therefore García and he may well be chosen. However, Cruz Azul is in the tournament and that might preclude García’s appointment. Therefore my choice would be Walter Lopez. Young, with some experience but sure to gain from selection for CWC. I would be interested as to how he would deal with a semi-final or final.

      OFC: there were rumours of Hauata, I don't know if that is 100% sure. I would welcome that. PLEASE NOT O'LEARY AGAIN. Hauata is the only other real option for me. OFC must work on that (Zitouni?).

      CAF: last year's reserve referee Néant Alioum has shown a lot of promise in continental competitions. I would choose him to represent Africa, with Ghead Grisha as reserve official (as representative of North Africa).

      AFC: here it is quite complicated, as most AFC officials have already been to a CWC. Ben Williams would be an option, but the Australian team are ahead in the AFC CL final, so that might be an obstacle. Then it should be a World Cup official, as I don't see any other referee suitable for the tournament. Shukralla rather than Irmatov or Nishimura, for me as the latter two's talents and reputation almost demand a final (especially Irmatov) if appointed.

      CONMEBOL: here I agree with Busacca, Roldán is a very talented referee, but he needs to rebuild his status a bit. In the World Cup both Ricci and Pitana have surpassed him imo and he can start proving himself again in Morocco.

      UEFA: why Proença? He has had a glittering career with several finals but I think his appointment for CWC has blocked opportunities for other talented officials to develop. I am thinking of referees such as Moen, Clattenburg and Collum. I would wait another year for Collum to really prove himself at UEFA level (taking high profile matches - CL QF? EL SF/F?). Both Moen and Clattenburg would be good choices for this year but I feel Clatts will get enough chances in UEFA this season, as England's no.1 official. Moen would be my appointment.

      So, in summary I would take promising referees who are just below WC level regarding experience, so they can develop with matches generally not highly challenging.

      These referees are: Walter Lopez, Norbert Hauata, Néant Alioum, Ben Williams/Nawaf Shukralla, Wilmar Roldán, Svein Oddvar Moen, (Ghead Grisha reserve).

      Your opinions?

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    2. I try to have my say about the referees called at the tournament.
      I think that Proença was called as gift prior to his retirement, because he attended, apart from 2014 WC in Brazil, only the Confederations Cup as FIFA tournament, in his whole international career. He hasn't a really big experience out of UEFA. This can be the only reason for his appointment at CWC. I would also like to remember that CWC is mostly only one match for each referee, so for making real experience one should attend Under17 or Under 20.
      About Doue: if you remember the rumors during WC it was often reported that committee wanted to appoint him but they had problems with federations, and I must also say that Haimoudi at the end got everything (due to Lacarne presence? perhaps). So for this reason, FIFA maybe wants to reward him with this tournament, and under my eyes he could be the right name to handle the final in case of good performance.
      As for Wilmar Roldan, the explanation is in my opinion clear: they want to trust on him after a negative WC, but mostly for ARs faults. Indeed, he is now called with another, young, assistant referee.
      Waiting for the missing names: AFC, CONCACAF and OFC.

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  45. What do you think about it? Yesterday's friendly match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The referee was Mizanur Rahman from Bangladesh.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goDR_-O_AOs#t=608

    Sri Lanka's coach, Nikola Kavazović:
    It's my message to all boys and girls in the world that they should stop playing football because in football there are many corrupted evil, bad people and if they continue to play football, they will suffer in prime, like my kids. Congratulations to Bangladesh on a 'deserved win'...

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    1. This referee should be banned for life. That's all.

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    2. Sorry I don't understand just for the YC instead of the RC?

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  46. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-6voLVwdXw
    Please have a look at this penalty called by Sikazwe in CAF CL final, first leg.
    47:25 video minute.

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    1. I observed him in Sudan - Nigeria and he had problems with handballs. Now, again.
      Wrong decision, the arm was in a natural position, not punishable in my opinion and, to be honest, I have also difficulties to see this touch.
      The commentators seem sure and satisfied. Very good for the referee!

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