October 22, 2015

FIFA Under-17 World Cup - Matchday 3 - Referee Appointments

These are the officials appointed for the third matchday of FIFA Under-17 World Cup 2015.
Matchday 3

Group B, Match 25 (Viña del Mar)
23 October 2015, 22:00 CET
Guinea - Brazil
Referee: Deniz Aytekin (GER)
Assistant Referee 1: Guido Kleve (GER) 
Assistant Referee 2: Markus Häcker (GER)
Fourth Official: Ricardo Montero (CRC)

Group B, Match 26 (Coquimbo)
23 October 2015, 22:00 CET
Korea Republic - England
Referee: Valdin Legister (JAM)
Assistant Referee 1:  Kedlee Powell (JAM)
Assistant Referee 2: Richard Washington (JAM)
Fourth Official: Bamlak Tessema (ETH)

Group A, Match 27 (Viña del Mar)
24 October 2015, 01:00 CET
USA - Chile
Referee: Matej Jug (SVN)
Assistant Referee 1: Matej Žunič (SVN)
Assistant Referee 2: Gregor Rojko (SVN)
Fourth Official: Mohd Bin Yaacob (MAS)

Group A, Match 28 (Coquimbo)
24 October 2015, 01:00 CET
Croatia - Nigeria
Referee: Wilson Lamouroux (COL)
Assistant Referee 1: Alexander Guzmán (COL)
Assistant Referee 2: Wilmar Navarro (COL)
Fourth Official: Oscar Reyna (GUA)

Group D, Match 29 (Chillan)
24 October 2015, 21:00 CET
Mali - Honduras
Referee: Nick Waldron (NZL)
Assistant Referee 1: Ravinesh Kumar (FIJ)
Assistant Referee 2: Glen Lochrie (NZL)
Fourth Official: Gery Vargas (BOL)

Group D, Match 30 (Talca)
24 October 2015, 21:00 CET
Ecuador - Belgium
Referee: Abdulrahman Al Jassim (QAT)
Assistant Referee 1: Taleb Al Marri (QAT)
Assistant Referee 2: Saoud Ahmed Almaqaleh (QAT)
Fourth Official: Mohammed Abdulla Mohamed (UAE)

Group C, Match 31 (Chillan)
25 October 2015, 00:00 CET
Argentina - Australia
Referee: Ruddy Buquet (FRA)
Assistant Referee 1: Guillaume Debart (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2: Cyrill Gringore (FRA)
Fourth Official: Stephan Klossner (SUI)

Group C, Match 32 (Talca)
25 October 2015, 00:00 CET
Germany - Mexico
Referee: Enrique Cáceres (PAR)
Assistant Referee 1: Eduardo Cardozo (PAR)
Assistant Referee 2: Juan Zorrilla (PAR)
Fourth Official: Martin Strömbergsson (SWE)

Group F, Match 33 (Concepción)
25 October 2015, 20:00 CET
France - Syria
Referee: Janny Sikazwe (ZAM)
Assistant Referee 1: Jerson dos Santos (ANG)
Assistant Referee 2: Arsenio Marengula (MOZ)
Fourth Official: Bamlak Tessema (ETH)

Group F, Match 34 (Puerto Montt)
25 October 2015, 20:00 CET
Paraguay - New Zealand
Referee: Yevhen Aranovskiy (UKR)
Assistant Referee 1:  Igor Alokhin (UKR)
Assistant Referee 2: Oleksandr Korniyko (UKR)
Fourth Official: Hettikamkanamge Perera (SRI)

Group E, Match 35 (Concepción)
25 October 2015, 23:00 CET
Russia  - South Africa
Referee: Diego Haro (PER)
Assistant Referee 1: Raúl López (PER)
Assistant Referee 2: Víctor Ráez (PER)
Fourth Official: Oscar Reyna (GUA)

Group E, Match 36 (Puerto Montt)
25 October 2015, 23:00 CET
Costa Rica - Korea DPR
Referee: Danny Makkelie (NED)
Assistant Referee 1: Mario Diks (NED)
Assistant Referee 2: Hessel Steegstra (NED)
Fourth Official: Abdelkhader Zitouni (TAH)

Thank to our source Árbitro Internacional

15 Comments:

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rUxAF_dJuc

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    1. RC-Decision can be supported.
      But before that (1:02), penalty or not?

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    4. Penalty for me, obvious!

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    5. Yes, has to be a penalty, even though it was maybe tricky to detect.
      The red card is a mistake for my taste. The push is rather light, the opponent falls as if he was knocked out by Muhammad Ali... for me this is unsporting behaviour and not more.

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    6. I absolutely agree.

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  2. Round of 16 predictions:
    Brazil – New Zealand: Mohd bin Jacoob, Mohd Muhamad, Azman Ismail (all MAS), Danny Makkelie (NED)
    Mexico – Chile: Mohammed Mohamed, Mohamed Alhammadi, Hasan Almahri (all UAE), Mehdi Abid Charef (ALG)
    Nigeria – Australia: Martin Strombergsson, Mehmet Culum, Daniel Gustavsson (all SWE), Roberto Tobar (CHI)
    South Korea – Belgium: Malang Diedhiou, Djibril Camara (both SEN), Aboubacar Doumbouya (GUI), Diego Haro (PER)
    Mali – North Korea: Hector Rodriguez, Christian Ramirez, Walter Lopez (all HON), Ricardo Montero (CRC)
    Croatia – Germany: Michael Oliver, Stuart Burt, Gary Beswich (all ENG), Janny Sikazwe (ZAM)
    Russia – Ecuador: Valdin Legister, Kedlee Powell, Richard Washington (all JAM), Nick Waldron (NZL)
    France – Costa Rica: Wilson Lamouroux, Alexander Guzman, Wilmar Navarro (all COL), Abdulrahman Al Jassim (QAT)

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    1. Real appointments:
      Brazil – New Zealand: Mohd bin Jacoob, Mohd Muhamad, Azman Ismail (all MAS), Danny Makkelie (NED)
      Mexico – Chile: Michael Oliver, Stuart Burt, Gary Beswich (all ENG), Nick Waldron (NZL)
      Nigeria – Australia: Roberto Tobar, Marcelo Barazza, Christian Schiemann (all CHI), Yevhen Aranovskiy (UKR)
      South Korea – Belgium: Malang Diedhiou, Djibril Camara (both SEN), Aboubacar Doumbouya (GUI), Janny Sikazwe (ZAM)
      Mali – North Korea: Hector Rodriguez, Christian Ramirez, Walter Lopez (all HON), Valdin Legister (JAM)
      Croatia – Germany: Martin Strombergsson, Mehmet Culum, Daniel Gustavsson (all SWE), Mehdi Abid Charef (ALG)
      Russia – Ecuador: Mohammed Mohamed, Mohamed Alhammadi, Hasan Almahri (all UAE), Ricardo Montero (CRC)
      France – Costa Rica: Wilson Lamouroux, Alexander Guzman, Wilmar Navarro (all COL), Diego Haro (PER)

      So everyone has his second match now. For Tobar and Lamouroux it's already number three.


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  3. Dear Philipp, I have noticed that your predictions are often estimated well. What are your predictions for the quarter finals, semi finals and final? I am curious about your next predictions.

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    1. Well, I need to know the matches first to give my predictions, but I am happy to do it, when the R16 matches are played.
      Now I can only write some thoughts:
      UEFA: I expect three more matches for them. Aytekin and Buquet could be problematic, if their national teams proceed, Aranovskiy is the least experienced. So I would say Jug, Oliver and Makkelie for 2 QFs and 1 SF
      CONMEBOL: Caceres as the most experienced one from South America should be sure for a further match, maybe a SF. Haro is also possible
      CONCACAF: No clear candidate, but Montero is possible for a QF
      AFC: I think, Jassim will get a further match
      OFC: Waldron could get a QF or maybe the 3rd place match
      CAF: I could imagine, one of them to get the final, maybe the one with a commitee member from his country (Diedhiou)...

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  4. Hi Philip, sounds very reasonable again. Do you think it matters that in the previous years in U17 and U21 there was no European referee in the final?

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    1. U20 I mean ofcourse

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    2. U20 2015: Al-Mirdasi (AFC)
      U20 2013: Garcia (CONCACAF)
      U20 2011: Geiger (CONCACAF)
      U17 2013: Thomson (UEFA)
      U17 2011: Moen (UEFA)

      So actually, in the latest two editions of the U17 WC, there were European final referees. Looking at that list, it should be CAF or CONMEBOL (or OFC) this time. But you never know, how much that matters for FIFA.

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  5. I see, you are right. Thanks for your analysing.

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