December 31, 2015

Video Training - Severity of Offences (4) - Tackle from Sunderland-Liverpool (Solution)


The following match situation belongs to the category Severity of Offences.
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This time, we have a fresh and maybe more difficult situation for discussion!
Our solution will be published soon.




You find our solution here.

Your Decision?
No Foul, Normal Collision.
Careless Tackle - No Card.
Careless Tackle - No Card, Verbal Warning.
Reckless Tackle - Yellow Card.
Serious Foul Play - Red Card.

14 Comments:

  1. I retract and go for serious foul play. The player tackling has a responsibility to ensure his tackle is reasonably safe and targets primarily the ball, which he doesn't. He cannot make that tackle safely, and must not lunge with that trailing leg at that speed. Red card.

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    1. Agree. We haven't such terms as 'high foot, studs up' in the LoTG. This tackle clearly endangers the safety of an opponent, dynamic is very high. Red card.

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    2. Agreed. SFP. Watched the match live, and was surprised Friend opted for a caution.

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  2. According to Arbitro Internacional, we already have the pre-list for the World Cup Russia 2018, with the first seminar in April http://internationalreferee.blogspot.com.br/2016/01/el-camino-rusia-2018-y-francia-2019.html

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    1. But no info about UEFA officials...

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    2. Yes, but the World Cup is around the world, and it is important to know who the candidates referees for the tournament. But it is curious that only UEFA is not informed. All other five confederations are confirmed.

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    3. It is reported that UEFA should follow in a week or something like that, meanwhile I point out some interesting changes in CONMEBOL.
      I expected Vera (ECU) and Carrillo (PER) to be there, but both have been replaced. Vera had a very good experience in Brazil, Carrillo was a reserve, they had all the chances to attend another WC. There should be reasons for that.
      About the other confederations, names were less or more expected. I also think that Otogo-Castane became "reserve" referee, after a not so good U20 World Cup in New Zealand. I expected him on the main list, to be honest.

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    4. Thanks for this info. I am very surprised Vera is not on the list. He impressed me at 2014 FIFA World Cup. Also surprising that Korean referee is only as reserve.

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    5. Benjamin Williams is another World Cup referee, who is missing in the list.

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    6. Not so surprising about the Korean referee, Ref1. Having seen him at AFC Asian Cup, it's even an achievement he got there.

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  3. Really regretted that Vera, Carrillo and Williams are not included. do you think they will a chance in the future to come back

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    1. Williams showed decent performance at WC 2014, he refereed three matches, including a round of 16 game. He was also appointed as 4th official for one of the quarters. Probably the best Asian referee at WC 2014 along with Irmatov. But things have turned very quickly against him since the last WC. His showing at AFC Asian Cup 2015 at his home country drew so much criticism, even from Australian media, he made some absolute howlers in three matches at the Asian Cup, the quarter final between Iran and Iraq he refereed was so controversial, probably we all remember the second yellow card he showed to Iran player Pooladi in the 1st half was a flagrant carriage of injustice as seen by many independent observers. Thus IMO, his showing at the Asian Cup 2015 have completely killed off his chance for the next world cup.

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  4. Niclas, I don't want to pressure you in any way, but I would be very interested in hearing your answer to this situation.

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    1. Soon :) Had too much to do over the last days.

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