December 13, 2014

UEFA Referee Categories - Women and Futsal

These are the new UEFA categories for Women and Futsal officials applicable from 12 December 2014 onwards. 

Stéphanie Frappart, new French Elite (c) lexpress.fr

WOMEN:


Elite Group
Jana Adamkova (CZE), Teodora Albon (ROU), Sandra Braz Bastos (POR, prom.), Cristina Dorcioman (ROU), Stéphanie Frappart (FRA, prom.), Gyöngyi Krisztina Gaál (HUN), Riem Hussein (GER), Katalin Kulcsar (HUN), Pernilla Larsson (SWE), Efthalia Mitsi (GRE), Kateryna Monzul (UKR), Monika Mularczyk (POL, prom.), Sara Persson (SWE), Morag Pirie (SCO), Silvia Tea Spinelli (ITA), Esther Staubli (SUI), Bibiana Steinhaus (GER), Carina Susanna Vitulano (ITA).

First Group
Linn Anderson (SWE), Esther Azzopardi (MLT), Floarea Cristina Babadac (ROU), Petra Chuda (SVK), Rhona Daly (IRL), Amy Fearn (ENG), Florence Guillemin (FRA, prom.), Kirsi Heikkinen (FIN, dem.), Sofia Karagiorgi (CYP), Zuzana Kovacova (SVK), Marija Kurtes (GER, prom.), Eleni Lampadariou (GRE), Lina Lehtovaara (FIN, prom.), Elia María Martínez Martínez (ESP), Anastasia Pustovoytova (RUS), Karolina Radzik-Johan (POL), Sharon Sluyts (BEL), Marte Sørø (NOR, prom.), Eszter Urban (HUN, prom.), Olga Zadinova (CZE).

Second Group 
Lilach Asulin (ISR), Sabine Bonnin (FRA), Paula Brady (IRL), Vesna Budimir (CRO), Lorraine Clark (SCO, prom.), Tania Fernandes Morais (LUX, prom.), Simona Ghisletta (SUI), Dilan Deniz Gökçek (TUR), Kseniya Goryachev (RUS, prom.), Knarik Grigoryan (ARM), Gordana Kuzmanovic (SRB), Yuliya Medvedeva (KAZ), Ana Minic (SRB), Zuzana Valentova (SVK), Kateryna Zora (UKR).

Third Group
Eleni Antoniou (GRE), Ewa Augustyn (POL, new), Julia-Stefanie Baier (AUT), Barbara Bollenberger (AUT), Cristina Bujor (ROU), Charlotte Carpenter (WAL, new), Svetlana Ceban (MDA), Aleksandra Cesen (SVN), Virginie Derouaux (BEL), Galiya Echeva (BUL), Cathrine Eide (NOR, new), Marta Frías Acedo (ESP), Valentina Garoffolo (ITA), Sarah Garratt (ENG), Beatriz Gil Gozalo (ESP), Désirée Grundbacher (SUI), Sabayel Gurbanova (AZE), Mihaela Gurdon Basimamovic (CRO), Liliya Hasanova (KAZ, new), Kristina Husballe (DEN), Frida Mia Klarlund Nielsen (DEN, new), Dliek Kocbay (TUR), Eliška Královec Kramlová (CZE), Ifeoma Kulmala (FIN), Yuliya Larionova (AZE, new), Justina Lavrenovaite (LTU), Katarzyna Lisiecka-Sęk (POL, new), Jurgita Mačikunytė (LTU, new), Ivana Martincic (CRO), Dimitrina Milkova (BUL), Neslihan Muratdağı (TUR, new), Henrikke Holm Nervik (NOR), Elvira Nurmustafina (KAZ), Vera Onica (MDA, new), Hannelore Onsea (BEL, new), Vera Opeikina (RUS, new), Lois Otte (BEL), Meliz Özçiğdem (TUR), Vivian Peeters (NED), Tess Petersson (SWE, new), Ruzanna Petrosyan (ARM), Graziella Pirriatore (ITA), Ivana Projkovska (MKD), Viola Raudzina (LVA), Anastasiya Romanyuk (UKR, new), Silvia Andreia Rosa Domingos (POR), Ana Sofia Soares Aguiar (POR, new), Angelika Soeder (GER, new), Nelli Stepanyan (ARM), Sandra Strub (SUI, new), Tanja Subotic (SVN), Marianne Svendsen (DEN), Liudmyla Telbukh (UKR), Bojana Tosic (BIH,new), Biljana Trifunovic (SRB), Volha Tsiareshka (BLR, new), Irina Turovskaya (BLR), Irena Velevackoska (MKD), Ivana Vlaic (BIH).


FUTSAL:


Elite Group
Gerald Bauernfeind (AUT), Marc Birkett (ENG), Ondrej Cerni (CZE), Eduardo José Fernandes Coelho (POR), Fernando Gutiérrez Lumbreras (ESP), Oleg Ivanov (UKR), Gabor Kovacs (HUN, prom.), Pascal Lemal (BEL), Alessandro Malfer (ITA), Timo Marko Onatsu (FIN), Ivan Shabanov (RUS), Bogdan Sorescu (ROU), Sebastian Stawicki (POL), Sasa Tomic (CRO), Admir Zahovic (SVN, prom.).    

First Group
Gerd Bylois (BEL), Franco Cachia (MLT), Kamil Cetin (TUR), Nuno Miguel Costa Bogalho (POR), Vyacheslav Daharan (UKR, prom.), Swen Eichler (GER), Balasz Farkas (HUN, dem.), Tomasz Frank (POL, prom.), Angelo Galante (ITA),   Gabriel Costantin Gherman (ROU), Karel Henych (CZE), Danijel Janosevic (CRO), Borislav Kolev (BUL), Antonis Konstantinides (GRE), Dejan Nikolic (SVN), Cédric Pelissier (FRA), Francisco Miguel Peña Díaz (ESP), Lukas Pesko (SVK), Borut Sivic (SVN, dem.).    

Second Group 
Ilya Akimtsev (RUS), Josip Barton (MKD), Moshe Bohbot (ISR), Veljko Boskovic (MNE), Vasileios Christodoulis (GRE, prom.), Juan José Cordero Gallardo (ESP, prom.), Trayan Enchev (BUL), Marian Gal (SVK), Fabio Gelonese (ITA), Hennadii Hora (UKR), Nikola Jelic (CRO), Vladimir Kadykov (RUS), Kalin Kinov (BUL), Gregor Kovacic (SVN, new), Toni Lehtinen (FIN), Robert Lenting (NED), Petar Mantev (MKD), Nicola Maria Manzione (ITA, prom.), Alejandro Martínez Flores (ESP, new), Costas Nicolaou (CYP), Fredric Nilholt (SWE), Arsen Nonikashvili (GEO), Miguel Duarte Oliveira Castilho (POR, prom.), Zdenek Petr (CZE, new), Ruben Sotero Pinto Guerreiro (POR, prom.), Damir Radovic (SRB), Vitali Rakutski (BLR), Elchin Samadli (AZE), Gavin Sartain (ENG), Aleksandras Sliva (LTU), Ozan Soykan (TUR), Andrej Topic (CRO), Sreten Vasic (SRB), Cédric Waroux (BEL),  Barry Antonius Johannes Hendrikus Weijers (NED, prom.), Grigoriy Zelentsov (RUS).      

Third Group
Igor Babovic (SWE, new), Abdallah Benazzi (NED, dem.), Victor Berg Audic (FRA, new), Guy Berger (ISR), David Berry (IRL, new), Mario Bohun (SVK), Viktor Bugenko (MDA), Septimiu George Burtescu (ROU), Michalis Christofidis (CYP), Christos Christou (CYP), Vasilica Valentin Ciuplea (WAL), Ovidiu Dan Curta (ROU), Danijel Darandik (GER), Maksim  Dzeikala (BLR), Torbjorn Eidhammer (NOR), Ibrahim El Jilali (NED), Kreshnik Hakram (ALB), Khalil Huseyinli (AZE), Damian Jaruchiewicz (POL), Tarik Keco (BIH), Shota Khukhilava (GEO), Kaloyan Kirilov (BUL, new), Kaspars Kivliss (LVA), Talgat Kosmukhambetov (KAZ), Konstantinos Koutsogiannos (GRE), Ainar Kuusk (EST), Karel Linhart (CZE), Marjan Vladenovski (MKD), Ramil Namazov (AZE), Olli Niemela (FIN), Peter Nurse (ENG), Yusif  Nurullayev (AZE), Christophe Paitreault (FRA), Patrik Porkert (AUT), Inguns Purins (LVA, new), Vladan Radulovic (SRB), Simon Rogers (IRL), Gerard Roure Ramirez (AND), David Schaerli (SUI, new), Dragan Skakic (BIH), Zoran Sofrenic (BIH, new), Epaminondas Stamoulis (GRE, dem.), Simon Todorovic (SVN), Adrian Tschopp (SUI, new), Robertas Valikonis (LTU), Andri Vigfusson (ISL), Yaroslav Vovchok (UKR, new), Stefan Vrijens (BEL, new), Andrzej Witkowski (POL, new). 

prom. = promoted
dem. = demoted
new = new on the FIFA list

81 Comments:

  1. Futsal will follow soon...

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    1. Today?

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    2. Do you have any special query we can look up? It probably takes us until tomorrow to type down the entire list.

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    3. Sweden if you could? Thank you in advance

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    4. The list has been published. You can check.
      BTW to all readers: it would be nice if you spot some mistakes - missing names - or something like that, please report us. Thanks..

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    5. Why did you have to type the lists? UEFA is not releasing the pdfs this time?

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    6. 15 New FIFA Futsal Referees 2015.

      Alejandro Martínez Flores (ESP)
      Gregor Kovacic (SVN)
      Zdenek Petr (CZE)
      Igor Babovic (SWE)
      Victor Berg Audic (FRA)
      David Berry (IRL)
      Kaloyan Kirilov (BUL)
      Peter Nurse (ENG)
      Inguns Purins (LVA)
      David Schaerli (SUI)
      Zoran Sofrenic (BIH)
      Adrian Tschopp (SUI)
      Yaroslav Vovchok (UKR)
      Stefan Vrijens (BEL)
      Andrzej Witkowsk (POL)


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  2. Any news about Assistant Referees List?

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  3. 1st FIFA referee for Wales ?

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  4. Off-topic. 2:47 - offside or not? http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2chcj5_all-goals-werder-bremen-3-3-hannover-13-12-2014-hd_sport

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    1. Surely offside, no discussion.

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  5. Is there also news about Assistant Referees? Are there new names?

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  6. OT this is CWC at moment and Doue should really think to suspend this swimming pool match.

    http://img207.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=492154980_1_122_524lo.jpg

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    1. As well as the pitch, Doue gave two peanlties to Cruz Azul (both correct), and sent two WSW players off. He also disallowed a WSW goal. Plenty of tough decisions.

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    2. Very, very difficult match for him. More details soon.

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    3. OK, I rewatched all scenes from Doué's match at Club WC:

      30' - correct yellow card - Špiranović (WSW)
      35' - missed yellow card for my taste - Topor-Stanley (WSW)
      40' - disallowed goal due to foul of assisting player; harsh decision, but one must accept it - that was a quite meticulous Doué's style to whistle easy fouls in offence
      44' - 'normal' mistake by Birumushahu

      48' - quite strange call, whistling - in my view - an undeliberate handball, stopped attack
      52' - missed penalty - Flores pulls Rukavytsya's hand and fall down on his opponent's leg
      53' - the most difficult and controversial scene - Pavone is simultaneously fouled by Špiranović (has already a YC) and Adeleke - was the foul outside or inside the box, who should've been booked, why the only booked player is Topor-Stanley (dissent?), many questions here
      74' - Totally correct second booking - Špiranović for deliberate handball
      83' - Correctly rejected penalty appeal - Jurić clearly plays the ball - very good call
      88' - Correct penalty given to Cruz Azul for Cole's foul on Fabián

      102' - Second yellow card to Topor-Stanley (WSW), whole bench protests against this call, stating that the player was not booked before; replays clearly shows Doué booked Topor-Stanley in the 53rd minute for unknown reason instead of booking a player(s) who committed the foul
      118' - Correct penalty for Poljak's deliberate handball (blocking a pass with unnaturally raised hand)

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  7. Heikenen? Does anyone have any ideas why? She was onfor a least a QF in Canada :-(

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    1. ... and Gal stays in Elite in spite of making an incredible mistake at the last World Cup!!!

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    2. What a horrfic error that was!
      I think if they were to relegate her they would have already done it, however I can't see her going to any major championships again, Katalin Anne Kulcsar has seen to that!
      Goodbye Beck (Baitinger) & Palmqvist, both WC Quarter Finalists :-(

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  8. Super offside missed when Mata scored the 2-0 goal against Liverpool. AR must've thought that van Persie didn't get a touch on the ball, but he did. I wonder if the ref saw it and if there was communication.

    http://gfycat.com/EdibleLimpAngwantibo
    http://i.imgur.com/et3suWd.jpg

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    1. Mike Mullarkey the assistant in question. P

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  9. Match officials for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations: http://internationalreferee.blogspot.com.br/2014/12/arbitros-copa-africana-de-naciones-2015.html

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    1. official link
      http://www.cafonline.com/en-us/competitions/orangeafricacupofnations,equatorialguinea2015/referees

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  10. CWC Semi
    Cruz Azul (MEX) - Real Madrid (ESP)
    Enrique Osses, Carlos Astroza, Sergion Roman (all CHI), Walter Lopez (GUA)
    Everyone speaks Spanish :)

    For the other semi, the question is, whether Williams is allowed to referee a team from New Zealand. If not, it should go to Doue and Williams could have a problem - no possible match. At least if Proenca gets the final Real vs San Lorenzo...

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    1. Wow. Outstanding planning by Busacca, again!

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  11. CL draw.
    Some hot matches here!

    Man City - Barcelona
    PSG - Chelsea
    Bayer Leverkusen - Atletico Madrid
    Schalke 04-Real Madrid
    Shakhtar Donetsk - Bayern M.
    Arsenal-Monaco
    Basel - Porto

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    1. Very early predictions
      Man City - Barcelona: Kassai/Kuipers
      PSG - Chelsea: Undiano / Mazic
      Bayer Leverkusen - Atletico Madrid: Skomina / Eriksson
      Juventus - Dortmund: Velasco / Cakir
      Schalke 04-Real Madrid: Rocchi / Moen
      Shakhtar Donetsk - Bayern M.: Collum / Rizzoli
      Arsenal-Monaco: Kralovec / Brych
      Basel - Porto: Mateu / Atkinson

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    2. Man City - Barcelona: Brych, Kassai
      PSG - Chelsea: Eriksson, Kuipers
      Bayer Leverkusen - Atletico Madrid: Skomina, Moen
      Juventus - Dortmund: Clattenburg, Cakir
      Schalke 04 - Real Madrid: Kralovec, Collum
      Shakhtar Donetsk - Bayern M.: Atkinson, Mateu Lahoz
      Arsenal-Monaco: Velasco, Proenca
      Basel - Porto: Rizzoli, Clattenburg

      Of course, if a match like Schalke-Real or Leverkusen-Atlético is decided after the first leg, officials like Sidiropoulos or Marciniak could have chances.

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    3. Eriksson can't referee a PSG match :)

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    4. Ah of course. I change him with Brych then.

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    5. Remember the last season, Pellegrini and his words against "a Swedish referee" in this match :)

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    6. Just for that reason I would appoint him again :P No, you are right, I did not have that in mind. But then there are definitely limited opportunities for Barca.

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    7. Clatts X2???!!!

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    8. Sorry!!!!!!!! It's best to wait for UEFA..

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  12. Niclas today FIFA assistant list?

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    1. They are not ready yet, so I can't post anything so far.

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    2. ok! thanks for your work!

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    3. What I can say is that there are at least 2 changes in Spain.
      José Fernández Miranda and Victoriano Díaz Casado have lost their FIFA badge.

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    4. any changes in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia??? thanx

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    5. No changes in Croatia, but Bosnian H. Turudic is out.

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    6. thanks and women assistant???sorry for multi posts :)

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    7. For Austria new women AR is Francesca Micosi

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  13. Turudic is the only change in both male and female referee rosters in these nations.

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  14. Can you write which nations have some change?

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    1. Definitely not. This requires checking the names in the current list with the old lists for all member associations. I ask you to wait a bit until we hopefully get the FIFA files at the end of 2014 or at the start of 2015.

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  15. It seems like Estonia also has new female FIFA referee, missing from the list here - Reelika Turi.
    http://www.jalgpall.ee/news.php?st=style_fp.css&news_id=7765

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    1. You are right, perhaps she has been "approved" today by FIFA, so to be added in Category 3, I think. We will check that. It is possible that other new names are missing...

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  16. Lee Probert is back in action if anyone is interested. He'll be officiating in the Football League this weekend.

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  17. CWC semifinal
    San Lorenzo (ARG) - Auckland City (NZL)
    Benjamin Williams, Matthew Cream, Paul Cetrangolo (all AUS), Noumandiez Doue (CIV)
    5th Place match
    ES Setif (ALG) - WS Wanderers (AUS)
    Norbert Hauata (TAH), Tevita Makasini (TGA), Paul Ahupu (TAH), Pedro Proenca (POR)

    Apparently, Williams and New Zealand is no problem...
    So, probably Doue (or Lopez?) for 3rd place and Proenca for final. The other way around would be a surprise.

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  18. Appointments of German Bundesliga for today and tomorrow:
    Bayern München - SC Freiburg: Dr. Jochen Drees
    Hannover 96 - FC Augsburg: Christian Dingert
    Hamburger SV - VfB Stuttgart: Dr. Felix Brych (FO: Günter Perl)
    1. FC Köln - 1. FSV Mainz 05: Florian Meyer (FO: Markus Schmidt)
    Borussia Dortmund - VfL Wolfsburg: Tobias Welz
    Borussia Mönchengladbach - Werder Bremen: Robert Hartmann
    1899 Hoffenheim - Bayer 04 Leverkusen: Daniel Siebert
    Eintracht Frankfurt - Hertha BSC: Guido Winkmann
    SC Paderborn 07 - FC Schalke 04: Marco Fritz (FO: Peter Gagelmann)

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    1. We have a specific section in the blog including domestic appointments:

      http://footballrefereeing.blogspot.it/p/domestic-leagues-referee-appointments.html

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  19. Good morning. But what about beachsoccer referees?! Any information about 2015 FIFA referees?!

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    1. Beachsoccer referees are not categorized by UEFA. That's why you have to wait until FIFA makes the new lists public.

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    2. Hi Niclas, last year you made Assistant Women Referee list before FIFA, this year is not possible?
      Thanks

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    3. To clarify it:
      Last year these lists were based on FIFA documents. So far, FIFA has not revealed any updated list though, only UEFA did so (but only for referees, not for assistants). As soon as assistant referee updates are revealed, I am going to post them here.

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  20. Why are you so well informed about the Austrian Referees? Are you from Austria? And why Harkam?

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  21. http://www.fufa.co.ug/refereeing-fufa-receives-list-of-international-referees-for-2015-season/

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  22. We have received the complete list of international officials for 2015. Please expect it tomorrow or on Friday.

    New assistant referees in some leagues:
    ESP: Diego Barbero Sevilla, Miguel Martinez Munuera
    FRA: Hicham Zakrani
    ITA: Filippo Meli, Fabiano Preti

    For Hubert: Poland has lost one AR spot.

    For queries please ask or wait until Friday.

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    1. And John Brooks is the new English AR, aged only 24.

      The youngest UEFA official is coming from Northern Ireland: David Anderson, AR, 23.

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    2. Congrats to Brooks. Definitely deserves the nomination.

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    3. Changes in the Netherlands?

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    4. @Nur
      Very impressive career by Brooks, isn't it?
      24 y. o. and already 65 matches in P. L.

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    5. Impressive indeed, Chefren. Has been involved in big games as well. The lad has great potential.

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    6. Thanks. Nonetheless, I knew that. Wierzbowski is out and no one replaces him. It's not a surprise. Sebastian Mucha (Musiał's assistant) made too many mistakes and Dawid Golis is not ready for now, IMO (many positioning errors). Another options for the future are Marcin Boniek (I don't know how old he is) and Adam Kupsik (young, perspective assistant).

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    7. @Hubert
      Is that a deliberate retirement by Wierzbowski?
      It seems a pity that a WC AR has to retire when he has still the age for staying on the FIFA list.

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    8. Yes, it's deliberate retirement. He shares his experience with young officials - he chose to be a coach and mentor for Polish FA.

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    9. In Portugal there are two changes in relation to the Referee's assistants.

      André Campos and Nelson Moniz are the new International Referees assistants.

      Pedro Garcia and Cristovão Moniz cease to belong to the framework of FIFA.

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    10. It is good for Polish FA. They need open minded people to work with refs. He was very professional as AR and hopeful he will do the same on his next step.

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    11. @ Niclas: Do you have info for all confederations or only for UEFA referees?

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    12. Fiji's 2015 FIFA refereeing international list: (Referee) Andrew Anand Achari, Ravitesh Behari, Salesh Chand; (Assistant Referee) Ravinesh Kumar, Rakesh Chandra, Avinesh Vikash Chandra, Phul Singh, Ujwal Mudaliar; (Futsal Referee) Amitesh Behari, Jainud Dean, Khemendra Naidu; (Beach Soccer Referee) Rajnish Rao Dave; (Women Referee) Finau Vulivuli; (Women Assistant Referee) Lonisa Elite Dilioni.

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  23. USA and Canada?

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  24. http://www.marca.com/2014/12/18/futbol/mundial_de_clubes/1418926626.html

    It seems that FIFA referees committee has been convinced by San Lorenzo to change the referee assigne for CWC final. Proença was originally planned but now they are going to appoint Walter Lopez Castellanos, due to San Lorenzo claims, asking for a referee from a neutral confederation.
    I don't know how much this is true or not.


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    1. Busacca in trouble, you can't appoint a Iberian referee for a team from Spain in a intercontinental final. López will get the match.

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  25. OT:

    Alan Snoddy will replace Hans Reijgwart as head of refereeing at the Cyprus FA, when the Dutchman steps down next summer.

    http://incyprus.philenews.com/en-gb/sports-news/4452/43246/snoddy-accepts-top-refereeing-job-in-cyprus

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    1. Anonymous13/1/15 17:50

      With a lot of money!

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  26. http://www.fpf.pt/Not%C3%ADcias/Not%C3%ADcia/Id/7589/Cat/730/highlight/1/caller/56/Arbitros-lusos-no-curso-avancado-de-arbitros-UEFA

    Here you can find some info about the UEFA Winter Course for Elite and New FIFA referees in Athens (2-4 February 2015). You can read that Soares Dias and Manuel De Sousa will be there, but not Proença. That could be a signal of his retirement after Club World Cup.

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    1. Chefren,

      Pedro Proenca admitted that his career would end if it were to be appointed to the final of the Club World Cup.

      Pending its decision in the coming hours.

      In Portugal it is taken for granted his retirement from arbitration.

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    2. And now, with the Third Place appointment, what about Proença and his retirement?

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    3. If you have the 2015 lists from FIFA, you can easily check whether his name is there or not.

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  27. Club World Cup Final
    Real Madrid (ESP) - San Lorenzo (ARG)
    Walter Lopez (GUA), Leonel Leal (CRC), Gerson Lopez (GUA), Noumandiez Doue (CIV)
    3rd place match
    Cruz Azul (MEX) - Auckland City (NZL)
    Pedro Proenca, Bertino Miranda, Tiago Trigo (all POR), Enrique Osses (CHI)

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    1. Politic pression put Proença out of the final, he deserves the final

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