December 4, 2016

Champions League 2016/17 - Referee Appointments for Matchday 6 (Tuesday)

UEFA has chosen the following officials to take charge of next Tuesday's Champions League matches. Among others, Antonio Mateu Lahoz of Spain has been appointed to control the decisive Group B tie between Benfica and Napoli, while Clément Turpin of France has been assigned to Bayern vs Atlético. Slovenian Slavko Vinčić will make his Champions League debut in Manchester - congrats for that.


Group A, 06 December 2016, Paris (FRA)
Paris SG - Ludogorets
Referee: Tasos Sidiropoulos (GRE)
Assistant Referee 1: Damianos Efthymiadis (GRE)
Assistant Referee 2: Polychronis Kostaras (GRE)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Charalampos Kalogeropoulos (GRE)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Alexandros Aretopoulos (GRE)
4th Official: Lazaros Dimitriadis (GRE)
UEFA Referee Observer: William Young (SCO)
UEFA Delegate: Miroslaw Ryszka (POL)

Group A, 06 December 2016, Basel (SUI)
FC Basel - Arsenal FC
Referee: Manuel de Sousa (POR)
Assistant Referee 1: Alvaro Mesquita (POR)
Assistant Referee 2: Paulo Santos Soares (POR)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Fabio Costa Verissimo (POR)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: João Capela Santos (POR)
4th Official: Ricardo Santos (POR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Alan Snoddy (NIR)
UEFA Delegate: Márton Esterházy (HUN)

Group B, 06 December 2016, Kyiv (UKR)
Dynamo Kyiv - Beşiktaş JK
Referee: Craig Thomson (SCO)
Assistant Referee 1: David McGeachie (SCO)
Assistant Referee 2: Alan Mulvanny (SCO)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Kevin Clancy (SCO)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Andrew Dallas (SCO)
4th Official: Douglas Potter (SCO)
UEFA Referee Observer: Miroslav Tulinger (CZE)
UEFA Delegate: Irakli Nakaidze (GEO)

Group B, 06 December 2016, Lisbon (POR)
SL Benfica - SSC Napoli
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (ESP)
Assistant Referee 1: Pau Cebrián Devis (ESP)
Assistant Referee 2: Roberto Díaz Pérez Del Palomar (ESP)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Jesús Gil Manzano (ESP)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Carlos Clos Gómez (ESP)
4th Official: Teodoro Sobrino Magán (ESP)
UEFA Referee Observer: Marc Batta (FRA)
UEFA Delegate: Danijel Jošt (SVN)
The3rdTeam Referee Observer: Artur (SUI)

Group C, 06 December 2016, Barcelona (ESP)
FC Barcelona - Borussia M'gladbach
Referee: Sergei Karasev (RUS)
Assistant Referee 1: Anton Averianov (RUS)
Assistant Referee 2: Tikhon Kalugin (RUS)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Sergei Lapochkin (RUS)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Sergei Ivanov (RUS)
4th Official: Igor Demeshko (RUS)
UEFA Referee Observer: Jean Lemmer (LUX)
UEFA Delegate: George Koumas (CYP)

Group C, 06 December 2016, Manchester (ENG)
Manchester City - Celtic FC
Referee: Slavko Vinčić (SVN)
Assistant Referee 1: Bojan Ul (SVN)
Assistant Referee 2: Tomaz Klancnik (SVN)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Mitja Zganec (SVN)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Roberto Ponis (SVN)
4th Official: Jure Praprotnik (SVN)
UEFA Referee Observer: Matteo Trefoloni (ITA)
UEFA Delegate: Crawford Wilson (NIR)
The3rdTeam Referee Observer: Edward (GRE)

Group D, 06 December 2016, München (GER)
Bayern München - Atlético Madrid
Referee: Clément Turpin (FRA)
Assistant Referee 1: Nicolas Danos (FRA)
Assistant Referee 2: Cyril Gringore (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Ruddy Buquet (FRA)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Benoît Bastien (FRA)
4th Official: Hicham Zakrani (FRA)
UEFA Referee Observer: Hans Reijgwart (NED)
UEFA Delegate: Graham Hover (ENG)
The3rdTeam Referee Observer: Chefren (ITA)

Group D, 06 December 2016, Eindhoven (NED)
PSV Eindhoven - FC Rostov
Referee: Deniz Aytekin (GER)
Assistant Referee 1: Guido Kleve (GER)
Assistant Referee 2: Markus Häcker (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Daniel Siebert (GER)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Benjamin Brand (GER)
4th Official: Eduard Beitinger (GER)
UEFA Referee Observer: Carmel Agius (MLT)
UEFA Delegate: Charles Schaack (LUX)

102 Comments:

  1. If anyone predicted Vinčić surely you should win the predictions outright ;-)

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  2. I would now say that it will be Marciniak for Real Madrid v Borussia Dortmund and Eriksson for Sevilla v Lyon... Rizzoli for Tottenham v Moscow at Wembley maybe??

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    1. Indeed, no other options for O. Lyonnais - Sevilla: there is only Eriksson.
      And Marciniak in Madrid. About Tottenham - CSKA, I have still my doubts.

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    2. Rizzoli for Tottenham is 99% sure I guess.
      Maybe Mazeika could be in Leverkusen, with Marciniak in Madrid, Zwayer in Warsaw, Fernández and Rocchi/Tagliavento in Group G (I think Rocchi might get a break in UEL), Taylor in Torino and Eriksson in Lyon.

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    3. What about Michael Oliver?? An important EL match for him this time??

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  3. Absolutely unexpected debut for Vinčić, but yes, deserved. A regular Category 1 referee with some years of experience in Europa League group stage and two games in the KO stage of the same competition. I observed him in Guingamp - Dynamo Kyiv on February 2015, he had a very difficult and challenging game with two brave sending off. He is a professional referee, another reason for which he is very likely appreciated by committee.
    I must say, Slovenian refereeing at moment seems to have reached the excellence. It is not among the best countries for quality of football (I say that with all the respect) but it is absolutely remarkable to note that they have now three referees at high level, who can officiate in Champions League. A very good job from the local referees association.
    About the rest of the appointments: Mateu Lahoz indeed needed a committee member, as he had the injury and some other problems during this season. They want to check if he is ready to get quite important game also in KO stage. This will be a crucial match, but in my opinion not less than Dynamo Kyiv - Besiktas. Therefore I think Thomson got another good game as well.
    I expected more for Sidiropoulos, to be honest. Karasev's appointment sounds very nice on the paper, but the game is not important. I think that the Russian has still to make the "final step", among the new Elite referees, in the meaning that he is at moment not still considered as some other names.
    Aytekin will officiate a very important game for Europa League's qualification, while Portuguese Manuel de Sousa gets always something interesting.
    Turpin in München: sonorous game but not important, the same as Karasev, however in Turpin's case I think we can take into account the previous performance in group B, which was definitely not that good. So, very likely he couldn't get more than that.
    Moen is still out...

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    1. Karasev did Arsenal v Barcelona Round of 16 game last season and to get that clash he must be highly thought of!! I think he will be given something big during the knockout stage!!

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    2. True, but it was a second leg, with first leg's score 0-2. I wouldn't say that the tie was already decided but surely this contributed to the appointment of the Russian. At any rate, I still don't see him highly considered by committe like other Elite officials.
      We will see the appointments for him in KO stage.

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    3. One point to add without valuing it... surely also a good job of Mr Sajn.

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    4. And new UEFA president is from Slovenia 😉

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    5. @Chefren: Vincic isn't a professional referee. He is a director of a construction company. It's not that important, however, congrats to him!

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    6. I have to say, that Karasev's appointment is the biggest surprise to me, I totally expected a first group referee in this meaningless match.
      And it is not too difficult to find another match for him, e.g. Brugge-Copenhagen.

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    7. @Sale Thanks for this correction, some sources on the web report that he is a professional referee, so a wrong information.

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    8. If we think of the observer, De Sousa has an important observer, Allan Snoddy ...

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    9. And it's a good game for de Sousa, with both teams still playing for something.
      A promotion in winter surely is an option.

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  4. I HOPE.
    Leverkusen-Monaco, Skomina
    Tottenham-CSKA, Marciniak
    Legia-Sparta, Aranovskiy
    Real-Dortmund, Rizzoli
    Brujas-Kobenhavn, Borbalán
    Porto-Leicester, Rocchi
    Lyon-Sevilla, Eriksson
    Juventus-Zagreb, Kassai

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    1. Skomina is with Kassai at CWC

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  5. OT:

    Did anyone saw Banti's penalty then not penalty call in Lazio-Roma derby?

    What a bizzare decision.

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    1. I only saw the fight after the goal where nr 6 in Roma should have had 2 yellow cards. One for running to the crowd and celebrating and one for pouring water on the opponent.

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    2. Yeah,I saw that.That type of celebration happens a lot in Italy ,but I think Italian refs undertand emotion nad on purposely are lenient,they are not showing cards for that.

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    3. I do believe they always show cards for that. Every match I have watched they have shown cards for it. I just think the referee either forgot about it since there was so much chaos when he poured the water on his opponent or didn't want to send him off.

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  6. @Chefren: You're very welcome. I also saw that on Wikipedia, but it's wrong. Just to add - AR Bojan Ul also works for the same company. :)

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    1. As far as I know, it is a Slovenian-German company isn't it? At least I remember to have been on the German costumer-version of the website once. :)

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    2. Don't know the details, but I did a little research and it would really seem so. :)

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  7. UEL

    Anderlecht- Saint Etienne: Kovacs (Romania)
    Salzburg- Schalke: Petrescu (Romania)

    http://www.gsp.ro/international/europa-league/exclusiv-radu-petrescu-si-istvan-kovacs-au-primit-delegari-din-partea-uefa-la-meciurile-de-joi-din-europa-league-495929.html

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    1. Thank you. It's the UEL debut for Petrescu. I saw him some months ago in the UEFA Youth League (also in Salzburg, against AS Roma), I think he has a lot of potential.

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  8. After Ceferin, Skomina and Jug, Vincic is only the fourth referee in Slovenian history to be in charge of a CL match.

    CL debut also for AR2 Klancnik.

    It is also reported that it will be the last international match for AR1 Ul.

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  9. Good start for the Spanish team in Lisbon: Mateu Lahoz with a correct YC given after an appropriate advantage and a few seconds later correct offside call by AR1 disallowing a goal scored.

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  10. Quite challenging first 15 minutes for de Sousa's assistants in Basle.
    Correct dissallowed goal by AR2 in 11', close offside, very good call.
    Prior 0:2 really difficult situation for AR1: first a perfect onside and next a really close scene, there wasn't any clear replay so I don't know if the scorer was in offside position when the shot was taken.

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  11. Two difficult and important situations for assistants in Basel:
    11' - disallowed BSL goal due to tight offside, rather correct call by AR2
    16' - second ARS goal; great onside call and moment later dubious onside call by AR1; was the goal scorer in an offside position in the moment of first shot saved by GK?

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    1. 25' - What a mistake by AR1, WOW. Offside call while about 2,5m onside...

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    2. http://arsenalist.com/f/2016-17/basel-vs-arsenal/alexis-sanchez-incorrectly-called-offside.html

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    3. The Arsenal player in offside impeded the progress/movement of white no.3. Can be supported for this reason.

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    4. But there is no offside position at all. :)

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    5. Haha, shame on me.....

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  12. A terrible terrible penalty +red card decision by craig thompson in kiev min 30

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  13. A terrible terrible penalty +red card decision by craig thompson in kiev min 30

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  14. Crucial mistake by Thomson and AAR1 Clancy to assign a penalty for DYK, and then the mandatory DOGSO, decision surely taken by Kevin Clancy.

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    1. What exactly happened? Can someone please give a brief description of the situation?

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    2. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x54jul3_andreas-beck-with-a-very-clumsy-penalty-foul-and-red-card-vs-dinamo-kiev_sport

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    3. Team Thomson has technically ended every chance of Besiktas qualifying for CL knockouts!!

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    4. Absolutly unacceptable. This is money ...
      These Scottish officers prove the lack of merit that exists in promoting the elite.
      Two years from now, Dallas Jr. will be making these mistakes.

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    5. It's only 1-0. They saw both red cards and also scored goals. AAR1 and Ref. made change CL way

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  15. At the end Dynamo Kyiv - Besiktas was more and more crucial than Benfica - Napoli.
    I knew that in this group everything could have happened...

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    1. Probably selecting Thomson proves to be a not so wise decision considering that team Thomson always tends to struggle at the most important situations!!

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  16. About Kyiv-Besiktas (29'): Even if it was a foul which one can maybe support - this is never a red card for my taste. The LotG changes are relatively clear. This was an attempt to get the ball. At least it was not clearly the opposite - it was not NO attempt to play the ball. A yellow card should have been given - if not even play-on.

    In my view this once again shows that Team Thomson tends to struggle in decisive moments of important matches - unfortunately.

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    1. 30' - Very crucial mistake by Thomson. IMO it is not penalty, if it is penalty not a sent off for Beck. Strange thing it seems like Thomson decided to play on. AAR1 effected him to whistle for penalty.

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  17. Problem is; there was a clear foul done by kiev player before penalty decision is given. Everybody including kiev players thought decision was in favor of besiktas when he whistled. Now in every single decision besiktas players tend to attack thompson. I expect more red cards in second half.

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  18. Having watched the incident, I must say that Thomson could have easily whistled a foul in favor of Besiktas, and this would have been accepted without problems.
    Scottish team made it more and more difficult than it really was.

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    1. It seems Thomson was going for a play-on but AAR (most probably Kevin Clancy) advised him to whistle a penalty (and maybe the RC as well?)

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    2. If that is the case - I agree that Clancy at least moved Thomson to the penalty decision - then Thomson has to get the 7.9 as well. He had the chance to see it better himself. He had enough information to identify this as DOGSO requiring a yellow card instead of a red card. He did not do so. In general my impression is that the DOGSO change has not reached all referees on the highest level.

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    3. No problem for Thomson. Because Besiktas is not side of Spain, England, Germany etc. He'll appointment big matches again in CL.

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  19. Interesting scene at MNC-CEL at 44'. Right in front of AAR2 #23 CEL gets inside the P.A. and the defender #22 holds him from his shirt. The CEL attacker stops his movement and the ball goes out for a GK. He asks for a penalty by AAR2 and is booked for dissent. According to the LOTG it is a foul.

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  20. Very good ONSIDE by AR2 in Lisbon for 0-1.

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  21. At least Thomson is consistent now. Correct 2nd YC for dissent / kicking the ball away. Even if Thomson's team indirectly contributed to that.

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  22. Lahoz, Lahoz ... serious mistakes in every game. Today was no different.

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    1. What happened?? What has he done now?? 😫

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    2. I didn't watch serious mistakes of Mateu Lahoz today. Perhaps some missing cards in second half? There was also a situation in the box (66' or 67') in which he whistled foul in favor of defender, it was not clear, or at least we can discuss. Did you notice other situations?

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    3. There was also a situation in the box (66 'or 67') in which he whistled foul in favor of defending, it was not clear, or at least we can discuss.

      In one of these situations it is a penalty.

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    4. The only "serious" mistake can be the situation in the box. I think the foul for the defender can be given. In one of the replays it seemed he had won the position and it was the attacker who made him fell. For the rest, a good performance, specially by ARs with some difficult calls.

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    5. Also there was a wrong offside signalised by AR2 Palomar in the second half.Nevertheless a good performance.

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  23. Enormous mistake by Sidoropoulos and AAR1 Efthyamidis with clear handball and penalty stolen to PSG (63rd mn). It's quite unbelievable that two refs with AR1 away by in front of The action don't see intentionnal hand.

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    1. https://twitter.com/GuillaumL_/status/806244171489148928

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    2. At least AAR1 should have seen it.

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    3. Obviously it's AAR1s area of responsibility.

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    4. Agree Edward but very big consequence with that and PSG lost first rank instead of Arsenal... but as i know you are greek, i praise AA1 with very good onside in 2-2. ;)

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    5. Benoit, I don't disagree. It is a missed handball and a match influencing mistake. I merely say that we can't blame the referee since it was difficult to spot it from his position. Obviously co-operation was missing here.

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    6. Wasn't ironic Edward ;) ! I know your honesty and agree with you. But i had to say that i saw Sidoropoulos few times and tonight, he wasn't be very convincing for my taste.

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  24. And now (80mn) obvious foule and YC for bulgarian player forgotten with corner decision although was Ben Arfa's hand which kicked the ball after rough foul...bad refereeing by greek team in an easy match.

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  25. Thomson and his team are falling apart. AR2 Missed offside before 6th goal of Dinamo Kiev. Note Besiktas is down to 9 men.

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    1. https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x54k119_junior-moraes-goal-vs-besiktas-6-0_sport

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    2. Ukrainian commentator is funny. He thinks this is a microscopic, minimal offside. He'd better go to an eye doctor. AR2 is totally in wrong position. I am really curious with Thomson and his team's mark.

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  26. Good overall impression by Slavko Vincic in a not that challenging match. There was a penalty appeal (handball) at min. 87' which, IMO, was solved correctly with help by AAR2.

    AR2 with a correctly disallowed goal for MNC (66').

    More on the report.

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  27. As there aren't any comments, I concluse that Aytekin, Turpin and Karasev had a match without problems :)

    I saw the full match of de Sousa and I can report a good performance from him. One YC was a bit harsh for me. He wasn't challenged at all, only his ARs with a few difficult situations, which were already mentioned somewhere above.

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    1. Aytekin could have whistled a penalty for PSV for holding in the penalty area on 94' I guess that he didn't saw the moment since there were 22 players in the box. I need to rewatch the moment.

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    2. Turpin had an extremely calm match with just one situation where lewandowski protester to AR2 for a penalty which was clearly not a foul. Otherwise no protests for anything and calm players and a calm crowd. Turpin's team did their job.

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  28. Two controversies from PSV Eindhoven - FK Rostov (Deniz Aytekin in charge)

    1) SFP wrongly assessed as reckless only
    https://streamable.com/z20e

    2) Penalty-appeal
    https://streamable.com/jfjm

    I did not watch the whole match yet, so it is possible there were more interesting situations.

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    1. 1. Red Card
      2. No PK.

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    2. 1) RC for SFP, no doubts.
      2) It is really close to penalty but I think PLAY ON can be accepted, the holding at the beginning is too soft for a whistle, then it becomes mutual. There isn't a clear foul from defending side. At any rate, a very risky action.

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    3. The holding is mutual, I agree, but at the end there is a face push. And here we have to put the question if that's enough for a penalty to be whistled.

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    4. 1) RC for SFP, not extremely far away from violent conduct. Probably he also missed it because of his positioning - Aytekin had a rather not ideal 10° angle and obviously underestimated the type of offence. Unfortunately no helpful input from AR2 either. Good educational clip.

      2) Both hold, borderline. I agree that the face contact is actually an offence if you see it like that (albeit rather accidenta). I however can imagine that this was hardly visible for anyone in real speed. In such a match in 90+4 you only give 110% clear penalties. I think the decision can be supported, even though a penalty would be OK as well.

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    5. 1) RC for SFP - missed probablz due to bad vision angle
      2) No PK, mutual holding

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    6. Some thoughts not on his decisions but on his general performance in these situations:

      1) The PSV player is already in a confrontation with another player some seconds before - it seems as if Aytekin's verbal warning hasn't any impact. Then the not ideal positioning and finally a card presentation I cannot understand. He is already directly in front of the player but he let him go and so he has to get him back with a lot of whistles. Imagine he would take the correct decision - nobody would expect (and accept) a RC so many seconds after the foul.

      2) After the first situation he makes some steps away from the penalty area and tbh, I cannot explain why. Please stop the clip at 3:20 - where is the referee? If there would be another penalty appeal (goalkeeper PSV vs. defenders ROS) - Aytekin would have no chance to judge.

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    7. On 2): 100% right. He is too busied with waiving the first penalty appeal away and seems to forget that there might be a 2nd problematic situation. Does not stay concentrated.

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    8. @Gitzlo

      Regarding 1), maybe Aytekin asked (A)AR(s) for any input?

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  30. Manchester City - Celtic

    1) Penalty-appeal
    https://streamable.com/zjei

    2) Handball penalty-appeal
    https://streamable.com/etgn

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    1. 1) I think you can't give a penalty only for that...
      2) For me no penalty, the handball was not punishable, player even tried to remove his arm.

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    2. 1) PK and YC to deffender from my end - really incautious acting by defender, holding opponent by both arms. Correct YC to attacker for protesting
      2) No PK

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    3. @Shearer: How can you deem the YC for Lustig as correct if we don't see his protests in this clip? :)

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    4. 1) Clear penalty for me even though strange situation. Some might argue that on CL level and with common sense this is acceptable. For me it is not. Common sense tells me that the attacker recognizes that he won't reach the ball due to the blatant holding.
      2) No penalty, however poor fitness and positioning. He is "miles away". Should have run out the diagonal much more speedily to be in a better position.

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    5. @Niclas.

      The weird thing is that in general had a very good diagonal movement and used sprints in order to be close to the action. But not on this case.

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  32. I tried to make a collection of most of the mentioned (but not yet uploaded) situations of yesterday's matches. Posted in three parts because of (spam-filter?) problems with 'disappearing' messages.


    Benfica - Napoli (Antonio Mateu Lahoz)

    15' Delayed YC Koulibaly (NAP) after advantage
    https://vimeo.com/194643965

    21' Disallowed goal NAP (offside)
    https://vimeo.com/194644050

    68' No penalty after claim Mertens (NAP)
    https://vimeo.com/194644138

    Dynamo Kiev - Besiktas (Craig Thomson)

    28' RC Beck (BES) and penalty DKI
    https://vimeo.com/194644205

    77' Offside goal DKI allowed (6-0)
    https://vimeo.com/194644392

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    1. Thanks a lot!

      Yes. Blogspot's spam filter recently seems to be too sensitive for messages with more than 9 or 10 links in it. Happened to RayHD with his el clásico videos as well.

      We recommend: It is best if you copy long comments before pressing PUBLISH. That might prevent frustration and double-work. We unfortunately have no option to change it at all times as this would demand looking into the spam box every few minutes.

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    2. By the way the Beck video also shows that Thomson will have to assume responsibility for the red card and penalty. He had the best view possible. This is no situation where everything can be put on AAR1's shoulders.

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  33. FC Basel - Arsenal (Manuel de Sousa)

    11' Disallowed goal BAS (offside)
    https://vimeo.com/194644463

    16' Possible offside in Arsenal's 0-2
    https://vimeo.com/194644579

    25' Sánchez (ARS) judged offside
    https://vimeo.com/194644519

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    1. Well, we cannot really solve the second clip - but for the third one we don't need any replays... How can that happen?

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    2. The third situation is absolutely surreal. The AR Mesquita has these mistakes. Ricardo Santos should always be the AR1, he is the best... AR2 (Soares) has been doing very well.

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  34. Manchester City - Celtic (Slavko Vincic)

    66' Disallowed goal MCI (offside)
    https://vimeo.com/194644772

    Paris Saint Germain - Ludogorets (Tasos Sidiropoulos)

    63' No penalty PSG (handball situation)
    https://vimeo.com/194644961

    80' Tackle Natanael (LUD) on Ben Arfa not punished
    https://vimeo.com/194645048

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  35. Club World Cup
    Kashima - Auckland: Sikazwe, dos Santos, Range, Gassama, Ring
    VAR seems to be still unknown. I assumed, the referee from the same confederation would take this role, but apparently not, as Gassama is the fourth official.

    Source: Arbitro Internacional

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    1. Btw, they published the AFCON list as well:
      https://twitter.com/ArbitroInteBlog/status/804319937300930561/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

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