December 27, 2015

Video Training: Severity of Offences (2) - Solution


The following match situation belongs to the category Severity of Offences.
You are warmly encouraged to participate in discussion by answering the poll or placing a comment. Our solution will be published soon.


The3rdTeam-Recommendation:

The offender fouls his opponent with high intensity, exceeding the necessary use of force. He clearly endangers the safety of his opponent. He has only relatively small chances to play the ball, which was however still close enough to not fulfill the criteria for a violent conduct.

A tackle that clearly endangers the safety of an opponent must be sanctioned as serious foul play as defined by Law 12.

The referee correctly sent the offender off with a red card

To trigger further room for discussion: Was the card-showing procedure satisfying? The referee raised the red card without much hesitation with the offender still lying on the turf. Usually, you should NOT show cards to players that are still on the ground as it does not show sufficient respect.

However, in this concrete situation, a quick decision that calms down the furious crowd as well as the heated blue-dressed players and, at the same time, diffuses any room for potential protest justifies this procedure to a certain extent.

Your Votes:

Your Decision?

No Foul...
Careless Tackle - No Card.
Reckless Tackle - Yellow Card.
Serious Foul Play - Red Card
Violent Conduct - Red Card

15 Comments:

  1. What was the decision of the referee in the match?

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    1. As far as I can remember he issued a yellow card.

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    2. That will be clarified in the solution video :) (referee's decisions are not shown to avoid impacts on votes).

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  2. Here you find the offside situation from Spain that was discussed in a recent TTT post:
    https://vimeo.com/150045399

    Similar situation from the polish league, but a much more borderline decision:
    https://vimeo.com/150045398

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    1. In both cases, the following applies: "'Impact' applies to an opponent’s ability (or potential) to play the ball and will include situations where an opponent’s movement to play the ball is DELAYED, hindered or prevented by the offside player."

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  3. I think it should be serious foul play and red card.

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  4. Talking of Severity of Offenses, missed RC:SFP for Rooney (MNU-CHL) in second half stoppage time by Martin Atkinson?

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    1. Red would not be wrong - to say it in a friendly way :) Difficult to say if yellow is enough, for me it is still acceptable but I think not everybody see it this way. All in all not really a good performance by Atkinson in my opinion. Also Taylor performed below expected level in Watford-Tottenham.

      Atkinson missed in the first half a clear simulation by a ManUtd attacker - in the past some international referees missed the one or the other simulation (Nijhuis in Manchester, Cakir at Stamford Bridge for example). Generally YC for simulation are very rare on the international stage.

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  5. OT
    according to some news, but still without an official confirmation, Rosetti has been appointed by TFF to coach Turkish referees, replacing Uilenberg, who is about to finish his work for Turkish federation.

    Some links:
    http://www.carsambagazetesi.net/spor/turk-futbolunda-roberto-rosetti-donemi-batman-h5974.html

    http://www.radikal.com.tr/spor/jaap-uilenbergin-yerine-roberto-rosetti-1495578/

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  6. OT : Wolrd cum brazil 14 referee from Ivory Coast, Noumandiez Doué, has retired. One of Best refs from Africa becomes CAF referees instructor.

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  7. SFP - RC.
    If I am not wrong, current recommendations stipulate the player should not be awarded card (RS, YC) until he gets on his feet. Nevertheless, I support showing the card in potentially hot situations like the one from the video.

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  9. SFP - RC.
    If I am not wrong, current recommendations stipulate the player should not be awarded card (RS, YC) until he gets on his feet. Nevertheless, I support showing the card in potentially hot situations like the one from the video.

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