March 13, 2016

Champions League 2015/16 - Round of 16 (VII): Clattenburg and Haţegan in charge of Tuesday's Return Legs

Mark Clattenburg and Ovidiu Haţegan are the referees appointed by UEFA for Atletico - PSV and Manchester City - Dynamo Kyiv. The Romanian Elite will make his debut in CL KO phase, under the eyes of Belgian Frank De Bleeckere.



15/03/2016
20:45 CET -  Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid, Spain
Atletico Madrid

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PSV Eindhoven

Referee: Mark Clattenburg (ENG)
Assistant Referee 1: Simon Beck (ENG)
Assistant Referee 2: Jake Collin (ENG)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Anthony Taylor (ENG)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Andre Marriner (ENG)
4th Official: Stuart Burt (ENG)
UEFA Referee Observer: Rune Pedersen (NOR)
UEFA Delegate: Danilo Filacchione (ITA)
Blog Referee Observer: Chefren (ITA)







15/03/2016
20:45 CET -  City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, England
Manchester City

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Dynamo Kyiv

Referee: Ovidiu Alin Haţegan (ROU)
Assistant Referee 1: Octavian Șovre (ROU)
Assistant Referee 2: Sebastian Eugen Gheorghe (ROU)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Alexandru Dan Tudor (ROU)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Sebastian Colţescu (ROU)
4th Official: Radu Adrian Stefan Ghinguleac (ROU)
UEFA Referee Observer: Frank De Bleeckere (BEL)
UEFA Delegate: João Morais (POR)
Blog Referee Observer: Artur (SUI)




24 Comments:

  1. So now Collum: big game for him (Bayern - Juventus), otherwise only EL.

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    1. I don't expect Collum in such a big game, it would be really surprising. My candidates are Eriksson and Mazic - if I had to decide, I would choose Eriksson.

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    2. Agreed. I see Eriksson taking charge of Bayern - Juve. Mazic is said to be unavailable due to injury. Collumn will just have to do with an Europa League return leg...

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  2. An interesting interview with Eriksson on a Swedish site, you can use google translator:
    https://www.gp.se/nyheter/reportage/1.3020558-sveriges-basta-domare-ska-ta-sitt-tuffa-beslut-i-sommar
    He was asked if France 2016 could be his last step at the international level. He answered: I will decide only after the end of this experience.

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  3. Luciano Luci observes ManU-Liverpool which means that Rizzoli does not have it. Alternatives might be Cakir, even though this would be surprising considering his last Old Trafford experience. Eriksson would make sense based on the observer - however, this would mean he does not have Bayern-Juventus. Maybe Kralovec? Perhaps this match would be a number too big after Roma-Real?

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    1. Indeed there is not really an alternative to Eriksson for Manchester. Maybe Moen, but then a more important observer would be sensible. And if Eriksson is in Manchester, most likely Mazic is/was appointed for Munich. If he has to be replaced, there could be someone, who had a match last week, e.g. Kuipers.

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    2. Kralovec would be a good name for that. We could also have a surprise name. I think that Eriksson will go to Munich.

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  4. Maybe Mazic on Braga-Fenerbahce?

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    1. Braga-Fenerbahce: Diaz Vega (ESP)
      Porto-BVB: Natri (FIN)
      ManU-Liverpool: Luci (ITA)
      Leverkusen-Villarreal: Krondl (CZE)
      Valencia-Athletic: Jokic (SRB)
      Sevilla-Basel: Orrason (ISL)
      Lazio-Praha: Levnikov (RUS)
      Anderlecht-Shakhtar: Przesmycki

      are the observers. So Mazic is possible there.

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    2. Tottenham of course, not Porto.

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    3. That looks like many experienced referees will be in charge, like Tagliavento, Thomson, Borbalan, Rizzoli (Tottenham?), Atkinson. Then maybe Collum in Leverkusen, Aytekin in Valencia and one of the EURO 4th officials in Rome.

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  5. One interesting situation from todays match - look very carefully at the replays, in real pace nobody saw it, no protests from the players, no protests from the crowd... What do you think?
    http://isport.blesk.cz/clanek/fotbal-synot-liga-rocnik-2015-16/262977/vacha-vyrazil-mic-rukou-z-branky-byl-to-bicikuv-zakrok-hajil-se.html

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    1. Penalty, YC. Besides, that goalframe is illegal. Goals must be secured and held to the ground.

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  6. Bayern-Juventus: Eriksson
    Barcelona-Arsenal: Karasev

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  7. Clattenburg in the first half?

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    1. Very well! He played some very good advantages and set the threshold for yellow cards high. He booked a PSV player for SPA when the game was becoming feisty.

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    2. I don't know for you, but I enjoy every match Clattenburg is refereeing.

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    3. Clattenburg is one of the most naturally gifted referees that I have ever seen. His character and personality fits greatly to the role of high-profile referee. If there were no H. Webb, who was the Big Honcho in England, he would have probably had even more big competitions/finals in his CV.

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  8. Is Euro-League today? The games are all but not Championsleague... The Games, mit the Referees :-)

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  9. Second half: Clattenburg with problems here and there. Missed very likely a YC for a deliberate blow by hand.

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  10. A pleasant and easy evening for the whole team in Manchester. Hategan with a good performance, there was the one or the other small mistake but overall he performed on the expected level, I think.

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    1. Am I the only one who saw missed penalty? :)

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    2. I guess you mean the situation in the 80th minute? There was a push but ref/AAR had no chances to see, I think.

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    3. https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=dWw4oOOwwDc
      After 3:20

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