June 29, 2016

Refereeing Analyses for the Round of 16 (Marks only)

Due to too little time for profound in-depth-analyses (and nothing else is wanted here), this time I can only present you our marks for the eight Round of 16 ties. With two exceptions, refereeing has been pretty good in the first round of the KO stage. Most of the situations and performances were intensely discussed in the respective posts - for videos, views and voices have a look into them, please!


Team Clattenburg in Switzerland vs Poland

Our Observers' Mark Proposals



Ø
Artur (SUI)
Carter (AUS)
Chefren (ITA)
Detelin (BUL)
Edward (GRE)
Harry
(ENG)
Niclas
(GER)
RayHD (POL)
Rik (NED)
Maxi (GER)
Ref: Clattenburg
8.33
n.a.
n.a.
8.4
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
8.4
8.2
n.a.
n.a.
AR1: Beck
8.30


8.4

8.3 8.2

AR2: Collin
8.43


8.4


8.4
8.5

AAR1: Taylor
8.40


8.4

8.4 8.4

AAR2: Marriner
8.40


8.4


8.4
8.4

4OF: Sidiropoulos
8.37


8.4


8.4
8.3












TEAM AVERAGE
8.36


* Team Average: Referee's Average Mark 50% + Marks of AR1, AR2, AAR1 and AAR2 50%
** The highest and lowest average marks are eliminated to control deviations (statistical reasons), but only if 5 or more observers have submitted their marks.


Team Atkinson in Wales vs Northern Ireland

Our Observers' Mark Proposals



Ø
Artur (SUI)
Carter (AUS)
Chefren (ITA)
Detelin (BUL)
Edward (GRE)
Harry
(ENG)
Niclas
(GER)
RayHD (POL)
Rik (NED)
Maxi (GER)
Ref: Atkinson
8.30
n.a.
n.a.
8.4
n.a.
8.3
n.a.
8.3
8.2
n.a.
n.a.
AR1: Mullarkey
8.43


8.4
8.4

8.5 8.4

AR2: Child
8.40


8.4
8.4
8.4
8.4

AAR1: Oliver
8.38


8.4
8.3

8.4 8.4

AAR2: Pawson
8.40


8.4
8.4
8.4
8.4

4OF: Brych
8.38


8.4
8.4
8.4
8.3












TEAM AVERAGE
8.35


* Team Average: Referee's Average Mark 50% + Marks of AR1, AR2, AAR1 and AAR2 50%
** The highest and lowest average marks are eliminated to control deviations (statistical reasons), but only if 5 or more observers have submitted their marks.


Team Velasco in Croatia vs Portugal

Our Observers' Mark Proposals



Ø
Artur (SUI)
Carter (AUS)
Chefren (ITA)
Detelin (BUL)
Edward (GRE)
Harry
(ENG)
Niclas
(GER)
RayHD (POL)
Rik (NED)
Maxi (GER)
Ref: Velasco
7.47
n.a.
7.2
7.8
n.a.
7.8
n.a.
7.4
7.2
n.a.
n.a.
AR1: Alonso
8.28

8.4
8.3

8.3 8.1

AR2: Yuste
8.28

8.3
8.3
8.3
8.2

AAR1: Gil Manzano
7.88

7.9
7.9

7.9 7.8

AAR2: Del Cerro
8.38

8.4
8.3
8.4
8.4

4OF: Kassai
8.25

8.3
8.4
8.2
8.1












TEAM AVERAGE
7.84


* Team Average: Referee's Average Mark 50% + Marks of AR1, AR2, AAR1 and AAR2 50%
** The highest and lowest average marks are eliminated to control deviations (statistical reasons), but only if 5 or more observers have submitted their marks.


Team Rizzoli in France vs Ireland

Our Observers' Mark Proposals



Ø
Artur (SUI)
Carter (AUS)
Chefren (ITA)
Detelin (BUL)
Edward (GRE)
Harry
(ENG)
Niclas
(GER)
RayHD (POL)
Rik (NED)
Maxi (GER)
Ref: Rizzoli
8.43
8.4
8.5
8.4
8.6
8.3
n.a.
8.4
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
AR1: Di Liberatore
8.38
8.3
8.4
8.3

8.5

AR2: Tonolini
8.40
8.4
8.4
8.4
8.4

AAR1: Orsato
8.18
8.4
7.9
8.5

7.9

AAR2: Damato
8.38
8.4
8.4
8.3
8.4

4OF: Kulbakov
8.35
8.2
8.4
8.4
8.4












TEAM AVERAGE
8.38


* Team Average: Referee's Average Mark 50% + Marks of AR1, AR2, AAR1 and AAR2 50%
** The highest and lowest average marks are eliminated to control deviations (statistical reasons), but only if 5 or more observers have submitted their marks.


Team Marciniak in Germany vs Slovakia

Our Observers' Mark Proposals



Ø
Artur (SUI)
Carter (AUS)
Chefren (ITA)
Detelin (BUL)
Edward (GRE)
Harry
(ENG)
Niclas
(GER)
RayHD (POL)
Rik (NED)
Maxi (GER)
Ref: Marciniak
8.30
8.3
n.a.
8.3
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
8.3
8.4
8.3
n.a.
AR1: Sokolnicki
8.40
8.4


8.4 8.4
8.4

AR2: Listkiewicz
8.40
8.4



8.4
8.4
8.4

AAR1: Raczkowski
8.40
8.4


8.4 8.4
8.4

AAR2: Musial
8.40
8.4



8.4
8.4
8.4
4OF: Kuipers
8.38
8.4



8.4
8.3
8.4











TEAM AVERAGE
8.35


* Team Average: Referee's Average Mark 50% + Marks of AR1, AR2, AAR1 and AAR2 50%
** The highest and lowest average marks are eliminated to control deviations (statistical reasons), but only if 5 or more observers have submitted their marks.


Team Mažić in Hungary vs Belgium

Our Observers' Mark Proposals



Ø
Artur (SUI)
Carter (AUS)
Chefren (ITA)
Detelin (BUL)
Edward (GRE)
Harry
(ENG)
Niclas
(GER)
RayHD (POL)
Rik (NED)
Maxi (GER)
Ref: Mažić
8.43
8.4
n.a.
8.4
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
8.5
8.4
n.a.
n.a.
AR1: Ristić
8.30
8.3


8.2 8.4

AR2: Djurdjević
8.33
8.3



8.4
8.3

AAR1: Grujić
8.30
8.2


8.3 8.4

AAR2: Djokić
8.20
8.2


8.2
8.2

4OF: Eriksson
8.43
8.4



8.4
8.5












TEAM AVERAGE
8.36


* Team Average: Referee's Average Mark 50% + Marks of AR1, AR2, AAR1 and AAR2 50%
** The highest and lowest average marks are eliminated to control deviations (statistical reasons), but only if 5 or more observers have submitted their marks.


Team Çakır in Italy vs Spain

Our Observers' Mark Proposals



Ø
Artur (SUI)
Carter (AUS)
Chefren (ITA)
Detelin (BUL)
Edward (GRE)
Harry
(ENG)
Niclas
(GER)
RayHD (POL)
Rik (NED)
Maxi (GER)
Ref: Çakır
7.20
7.2
n.a.
7.3
n.a.
7.2
n.a.
7.2
7.1
n.a.
n.a.
AR1: Duran
8.38
8.4

8.4

8.4 8.3

AR2: Ongun
8.40
8.4

8.4
8.4
8.4

AAR1: Göçek
8.35
8.4

8.4

8.4 8.2

AAR2: Şimşek
8.40
8.4

8.4
8.4
8.4

4OF: Atkinson
8.40
8.4

8.4
8.4
8.4












TEAM AVERAGE
7.79


* Team Average: Referee's Average Mark 50% + Marks of AR1, AR2, AAR1 and AAR2 50%
** The highest and lowest average marks are eliminated to control deviations (statistical reasons), but only if 5 or more observers have submitted their marks.


Team Skomina in France vs Iceland

Our Observers' Mark Proposals



Ø
Artur (SUI)
Carter (AUS)
Chefren (ITA)
Detelin (BUL)
Edward (GRE)
Harry
(ENG)
Niclas
(GER)
RayHD (POL)
Rik (NED)
Maxi (GER)
Ref: Skomina
8.40
8.5
n.a.
8.5
n.a.
8.3
n.a.
8.4
8.2
n.a.
n.a.
AR1: Praprotnik
8.38
8.4

8.3

8.4 8.4

AR2: Vukan
8.38
8.4

8.4
8.4
8.3

AAR1: Jug
8.40
8.4

8.4

8.4 8.4

AAR2: Vinčić
8.43
8.4

8.4
8.4
8.5

4OF: Velasco
8.35
8.4

8.3
8.3
8.3












TEAM AVERAGE
8.40


* Team Average: Referee's Average Mark 50% + Marks of AR1, AR2, AAR1 and AAR2 50%
** The highest and lowest average marks are eliminated to control deviations (statistical reasons), but only if 5 or more observers have submitted their marks.

7 Comments:

  1. I've only given notes to Marciniak in this round. Niclas could not give an analyse, but for the ones who are interested, I will post a (short) analyse I sent to Niclas earlier.

    Marciniak: 8,3. For me, this was a normal challenging match. Not too much happened, not much big fouls. Still, he gave four yellow cards, and to be honest: all of them were not 100% needed for me. Still, the YC after ’12, ’46 and ’92 were acceptable. Especially the last one was a good call, because he showed there that he stayed alert, even though the match was already decided. The yellow cards after 12 and 46 were not wrong and could be given. The YC for Hummels was simply not correct. A correct tackle on the ball, not much force. (-0,1). The penalty he gave was good (though not a that difficult decision). I have to praise him for his position, which was perfect to spot this foul. Over-all, I did not have to much problems with his following. F.e. after ‘6 minutes, he was perfecty positioned after a quick attack. However, I have to say that he usually was a bit far off the situation. I don’t have a specific moment for that, but he should consider to leave the diagonal movement, and get more towards the sideline. Over-all, he did convince me and he delivered a good performance, with a very active team. Well done.
    Sokolnicki: 8.4. in the first half, he signalled offside two times, both of which were correct. Also, he reacted correctly on fouls within his working area. After 81’ minutes, it might have been offside (signalled by Ar1). The replay could not convince me it was offside, but I wasn’t convinced either that it was no offside. The camera wasn’t on line exactly. My feeling though is that it was offside, but only a little. I will back him for this decision.
    Listkiewicz: 8.4. Just like the other teammates, he was active in calling fouls. No problems with offside.
    Raczkowski: 8.4. No important involvements.
    Musial: 8.4. I am not sure whether he was involved in the penalty call: the speed in which the decision was taken and the position of Marciniak make me think that he took the decision himself. Marciniak and he missed a corner, but I think that was mainly the decision of Marciniak, and I won’t blame him much for that. (Maybe -0,05, but I am willing to give him that back, because he might have been involved in the correct penalty call).
    Kuipers: 8.4. An 8,4 as in ‘a good performance’. He was seen very active at the sideline (calling two fouls f.e.). It was clear that he was really supporting Marciniak, like the other team-members.
    Zeinstra: n.a.

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    1. Thanks a million @Rik B. Very, very good analysis. I watched the match too and I agree on every words of this paragraph.

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    2. You're welcome. Good to hear this.

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  2. It's a pleasure... I really liked what you had written on Marciniak and Kuipers. Live I did not think that Kuipers could have helped Marciniak telling him the two fouls...good job!

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  3. What about Refereeing Analyses for Matches 29-36?

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  4. Very brief notes on CVC:
    R with slightly strict line, generally well enforced. Improvement identification of reckless challenges, especially with studs onto foot. First in 18:50, POR 23, makes standing lunge, fouling CRO 14 with studs on foot, YC technically correct, but no card acceptable here, esp. given first YC. In 19:50, POR 7 makes slightly late foul, R plays OK advantage (ball played back, but space for defenders), POR 7 runs to new ball carrier and makes late tackle, with studs onto foot of CRO 11, YC mandatory. 4th official responsable here, but R shows no awareness that POR 7 had just fouled another player (late foul esp.) and makes no positional change (>40m away!!) so -0.1 for R and 4th.
    80:58 another mandatory reckless YC missed for studs onto foot. Clear area for improvement

    Major Incidents:
    Missing penalty in 63’ - clear foul for kick CRO 3 on POR 17. R too far away, but should identify regardless, even worse error by AAR1 - Crucial mistake for both.

    34’ Possible VC by POR 4 on CRO 7. RC could easily be justified, by POR 4 does move in normal motion, hence no card is also acceptable.

    92’ (E.T.), missing VC by POR 16, who stamps onto shin of opponent, who is lying on the ground. Similar to 34’, but this action is not in natural motion. R unaware. Crucial Mistake. https://vimeo.com/172251641

    Hence: Positive points:
    1. Acceptance generally good
    2. Foul line generally well enforced

    Negative Points:
    1. Management of studs onto foot tackles
    2. General awareness - lack of awareness and positioning adjustment of possible fouls (POR 7 in 20’), and acts of violent conduct.
    3. Foul detection and teamwork in penalty area - clear missing PK, how can both miss it? R may feel that he cannot rule on such an incident given AAR proximity. Teamwork deficiency here? Better cooperation required IF that’s the case.

    Summary
    R - Missing YCs (20’, 81’), Missing PK 63’, Missing RC 92’
    AR1 - Expected level
    AR2 - Missing O/S 25’
    AAR1 - Crucial Mistake 63’, Poor positioning/awareness in 67’ of ball out of play
    AAR2 - Expected level

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    1. The mark you gave to Velasco Carballo was justified. Thanks for your analysis. Very interesting @Carter

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