Friday, 12 June 2020

Domestic League Appointments: 12-18 June

Appointments for domestic competition matches, as football resumes after the Coronavirus pandemic halted sport's playing. 



Spain

Friday 12th June

19:30 Granada CF - Getafe CF
David Medié Jiménez - Juan Carlos Barranco Trejo, Joan Méndez Mateo - Pol Godia Sole
[Jesús Gil Manzano, Javier Martínez Nicolás]

22:00 Valencia CF - Levante UD
Javier Alberola Rojas - Iván Hernández Ramos, Marcos Cerdán Aguilar - Carlos Calderiña Pavón
[Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva, Diego Barbero Sevilla]

Saturday 13th June

14:00 RCD Espanyol - Deportivo Alavés
Pablo González Fuertes - Alfredo Rodriguez Moreno, Álvaro Yeray Carreño Cabrera - Alonso De Ena Wolf
[Eduardo Prieto Iglesias, Miguel Martínez Munuera]

17:00 RC Celta - Villarreal CF
Valentín Pizarro Gómez - Gonzalo García González, José Antonio - Pedro Eugenio Muñoz Piedra
[Alejandro José Hernández Hernández, Raul Cabañero Martínez]

19:30 CD Leganés - Real Valladolid CF
Mario Melero López - Manuel Ángel Torre Cimiano, José Luis Martínez Serrato - Francisco José Fernandez Cintas
[José María Sánchez Martínez, José Gallego García]

22:00 RCD Mallorca - FC Barcelona
Carlos Del Cerro Grande - Juan Carlos Yuste Jiménez, Abraham Álvarez Cantón - Abraham Dominguez Cervantes
[Santiago Jaime Latre, Roberto Alonso Fernández]

Sunday 14th June

14:00 Athletic Club - Atlético de Madrid
José Luis González González - Rubén Becerril Gómez, Diego Sanchez Rojo - Fernando Román Román
[Juan Martínez Munuera, Marcos Cerdán Aguilar]

19:30 Real Madrid - SD Eibar
Guillermo Cuadra Fernández - Teodoro Sobrino Magan, Juan José López Mir - Sergio Usón Rosel,
[José Luis Munuera Montero, Alfonso Baena Espejo]

22:00 Real Sociedad - CA Osasuna
Adrián Cordero Vega - Jose Carlos Escuela Melo, Antonio Luis Cerezo Parfenof - Alberto Gómez Lameiro
[César Soto Grado, Carlos Álvarez Fernández]

Monday 15th June

19:30 Levante-Sevilla
Alejandro Hernández Hernández - José Enrique Naranjo Pérez, Aitor Villate Martínez - José David Martínez Montalbán
[Guillermo Cuadra Fernández, Juan José López Mir]

22:00 Betis-Granada
César Soto Grado - Alfonso Costoya Rodríguez, Carlos Álvarez Fernández - Manuel García Gómez
[Carlos Del Cerro Grande, Abraham Álvarez Cantón]


Tuesday 16th June

19:30 Getafe-Espanyol
José Luis Munuera Montero - Íñigo Prieto López de Cerain, Alfonso Baena Espejo - Alberto González Hernández
[Guillermo Cuadra Fernández, Juan José López Mir]

19:30 Villarreal-Mallorca
Xavier Estrada Fernández - Roberto Alonso Fernández, Guadalupe Porras Ayuso - Kevin Moreno Muñoz
[Alfonso Álvarez Izquierdo, Álvaro Yeray Carreño Cabrera]

22:00 Barcelona-Leganés
Juan Martínez Munuera - Diego Barbero Sevilla, José Alcoba Rodríguez - Iván Muñoz Pérez
[Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva, Diego Sánchez Rojo]

Wednesday 17th June

19:30 Eibar-Athletic
Eduardo Prieto Iglesias - Juan Carlos Yuste Jiménez, Miguel Martínez Munuera - Carlos Fernández Buergo
[Alfonso Álvarez Izquierdo, Álvaro Yeray Carreño Cabrera]

19:30 Valladolid-Celta de Vigo
Jesús Gil Manzano - Ángel Nevado Rodríguez, Javier Martínez Nicolás - Daniel Palencia Caballero
[David Medié Jiménez, Joan Méndez Mateo]

22:00 Osasuna-Atlético de Madrid
Ricardo De Burgos Bengoetxea - Roberto Díaz Pérez del Palomar, Iker de Francisco Grijalba - Aimar Velasco Arbaiza
[Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva, Diego Sánchez Rojo]


Thursday 18th June

19:30 Alavés-Real Sociedad
Santiago Jaime Latre - Jorge Bueno Mateo, Fernando Tresaco Escabosa - Julio Fermín Leo Ollo
[David Medié Jiménez, Joan Méndez Mateo]

22:00 Real Madrid-Valencia
José María Sánchez Martínez - Raúl Cabañero Martínez, José Gallego García - Juan Peña Varela
[Pablo González Fuertes, Alfredo Rodríguez Moreno]


Germany

20:30 TSG Hoffenheim - RB Leipzig
Tobias Welz - Rafael Foltyn, Martin Thomsen - Matthias Jöllenbeck
[Tobias Stieler, Guido Kleve]

15:30 VfL Wolfsburg - SC Freiburg
Bastian Dankert - Rene Rohde, Markus Häcker - Norbert Grudzinski
[Robert Kampka, Guido Kleve]

15:30 Fortuna Düsseldorf - Borussia Dortmund
Sascha Stegemann - Mike Pickel, Frederick Assmuth - Guido Winkmann
[Deniz Aytekin, Michael Emmer]

15:30 Hertha BSC - Eintracht Frankfurt
Robert Hartmann - Christian Leicher, Markus Schüller - Patrick Ittrich
[Benjamin Cortus, Christian Fischer]

15:30 1.FC Köln - Union Berlin
Martin Petersen - Alexander Sather, Christian Bandurski - Mark Borsch
[Harm Osmers, Christian Giittelmann]

15:30 SC Paderborn 07 - Werder Bremen
Christian Dingert - Tobias Christ, Marcel Pelgrim - Johann Pfeifer
[Daniel Schlager, Rafael Foltyn]

18:30 Bayern München - Borussia Mönchengladbach
Felix Zwayer - Thorsten Schiffner, Marco Achmüller - Benjamin Brand
[Florian Badstübner, Holger Henschel]

Sunday 14th June

15:30 FSV Mainz - FC Augsburg
Marco Fritz - Dominik Schaal, Guido Kleve - Benedikt Kempkes
[Markus Schmidt, Arno Blos]

18:00 Schalke 04 - Bayer Leverkusen
Daniel Siebert - Lasse Koslowski, Jan Seidel - Florian Heft
[Günter Perl, Michael Emmer]

Tuesday 16th June

18:30 Borussia Mönchengladbach - VfL Wolfsburg
Robert Schröder - Jan Neitzel-Petersen, Thomas Gorniak - Thorben Siewer
[Martin Petersen, Guido Kleve]

20:30 Werder Bremen - Bayern München
Harm Osmers - Robert Kempter, Jan Seidel - Florian Heft
[Christian Dingert, Mike Pickel]

20:30 SC Freiburg - Hertha BSC
Tobias Stieler - Christian Gittelmann, Thomas Stein - Tobias Reichel
[Tobias Welz, Rafael Foltyn]

20:30 Union Berlin - SC Paderborn
Bibiana Steinhaus - Stefan Lupp, Marcel Unger - René Rohde
[Timo Gerach, Mark Borsch]

Wednesday 17th June

18:30 Eintracht Frankfurt - Schalke 04
Guido Winkmann - Christian Bandurski, Arno Blos - Florian Badstübner
[Sascha Stegemann, Mark Borsch]

20:30 Borussia Dortmund - FSV Mainz
Frank Willenborg - Holger Henschel, Sven Waschitzki - Sören Storks
[Günter Perl, Frederick Assmuth]

20:30 RB Leipzig - Fortuna Düsseldorf
Manuel Gräfe - Norbert Grudzinski, Robert Wessel - Christof Günsch
[Robert Kampka, Thorsten Schiffner]

20:30 Bayer Leverkusen - 1.FC Köln
Sven Jablonski - Arne Aarnink, Sascha Thieler - Marcel Pelgrim
[Christian Dingert, Mike Pickel]

20:30 FC Augsburg - 1899 Hoffenheim
Deniz Aytekin - Christian Dietz, Eduard Beitinger - Robert Hartmann
[Felix Zwayer, Rafael Foltyn]


Portugal

Friday 12th June

20:00 Moreirense FC - Rio Ave FC
Jorge Sousa - Nuno Manso, Sérgio Jesus - David Silva
[Manuel Mota, Luciano Maia]

22:15 Sporting CP - FC Paços Ferreira
Rui Costa - Tiago Costa, João Bessa Silva - João Gonçalves
[António Nobre, Ricardo Santos]

Saturday 13th June

22:00 SC Braga - Boavista FC
Luís Godinho - Rui Teixeira, Valter Rufo - Dinis Gorjão
[Fábio Veríssimo, Pedro Martins]

Monday 15th June

20:00 Marítimo - Gil Vicente
João Bento - Rodrigo Pereira, Carlos Covão - Hugo Silva
[André Narciso, Paulo Brás]

Tuesday 16th June

20:00 Santa Clara - Portimonense
Gustavo Correia - Bruno Trindade, Álvaro Mesquita - David Silva
[Nuno Almeida, André Campos]

22:15 CD Aves - FC Porto
Carlos Xistra - Jorge Cruz, Marco Vieira - Luís Máximo
[Bruno Esteves, Ricardo Santos]

Wednesday 17th June

20:00 FC Paços Ferreira - Belenenses SAD
Artur Soares Dias - Rui Licínio, Paulo Soares - Fábio Melo
[Rui Oliveira, Carlos Campos]

22:15 Rio Ave FC - SL Benfica
Luís Godinho - Rui Teixeira, Valter Rufo - Dinis Gorjão
[Tiago Martins, Pedro Mota]

Thursday 18th June

20:00 Boavista FC - Vitória FC
António Nobre - Pedro Felisberto, António Godinho - João Gonçalves
[Manuel Mota, Jorge Fernandes]

22:15 Sporting CP - CD Tondela
Manuel Oliveira - Pedro Ricardo Ribeiro, Tiago Leandro - João Malheiro Pinto
[Vítor Ferreira, Pedro Fernandes]


Greece

Saturday 13 June

18:15 Volos - Xanthi
Angelos Evangelou, Antonios Karatzikas, Angelos Zirdas, Dimitrios Maloutas
[Anastasios Sidiropoulos, Polychronis Kostaras]

18:30 Atromitos - Lamia
Georgios Tasis, Theofilos Moisiadis, Athanasios Kollias, Alexandros Katsikogiannis
[Ioannis Papadopoulos, Konstantinos Nikolaidis]

20:30 Panathinaikos - PAOK
Vasilios Fotias, Andreas Meintanas, Michael Karsiotis, Dimitrios Karantonis
[Aristotelis Diamantopoulos, Konstantinos Psarris]

Sunday 14 June

18:15 OFI-AEK
Georgios Tzovaras, Lazaros Dimitriadis, Dimitrios Samoilis, Petros Tsagkarakis
[Praxitelis Zachariadis, Georgios Christakoglou]

20:30 Olympiakos - Aris
Evangelos Manouchos, Ilias Alexeas, Iordanis Dimitriadis, Georgios Vreskas
[Konstantinos Kotsanis, Rainhard Buxbaum]

Monday 15 June

18:30 Asteras Tripolis - Panionios
Georgios Kominis, Christos Akrivos, Spyridon Vasilopoulos, Aristidis Vatsios
[Anastasios Papapetrou, Iordanis Aptosoglou]

19:00 Panaitolikos - Larisa
Emmanouil Skoulas, Konstantinos Triantafyllou, Georgios Stefanis, Fotios Fotiadis
[Efstathios Gortzilas, Petros Pateas]


Belarus

Friday 12th June

18:00 Minsk - Isloch
Sergei Tsinkevich - Evgeni Romanov, Vitali Maliutin - Stanislav Ananiev

20:00 Gorodeya - Slutsk
Pavel Koronets - Aleksandr Vashkevich, Viktor Fomin - Ilya Lyashuk

Saturday 13th June

16:00 Neman - Smolevichi
Viktor Shimusik - Aleksei Voiteshonok, Aleksandr Banteev - Dmitri Kovalevski

18:00 Torpedo-BelAZ - Dynamo-Brest
Denis Scherbakov - Anton Gusev, Maksim Arabei - Pavel Gritsuk

20:00 Dinamo-Minsk - Slavia-Mozyr
Sergei Stetsurin - Andrei Gerasimuk, Sergei Kosovets - Aleksandr Kolochinski

Sunday 14th June

16:00 RCOR BSU - Belshina
Dmitri Dolia - Sergei Tesliuk, Oleg Maslianko - Andrei Mininkov

18:00 Rukh - Vitebsk
Sergei Chistov - Sergei Guscha, Dmitri Zhuk -Sergei Klimashevski

20:00 BATE - Shakhter
Vitali Sevostyanik - Sergei Firinovich, Sergei Gidrevich - Dmitri Markov


Austria

Saturday 13th June

17:00 Mattersburg - Austria Wien
Markus Hameter - Michael Obritzberger, Maximilian Weiß - Alan Kijas

17:00 Admira - Tirol
Oliver Drachta - Stefan Stangl, Clemens Schüttengruber - Alain Sadikovski

17:00 Altach - St. Pölten
Sebastian Gishamer - Roland Riedel, Jasmin Sabanovic - Arnes Talic

Sunday 14th June

17:00 Hartberg - Sturm Graz
Rene Eisner - Robert Steinacher, Martin Höfler - Alexander Harkam

17:00 Rapid Wien - Wolfsberger AC
Christian-Petru Ciochirca - Andreas Felix Witschnigg, Edin Kudic - Julian Weinberger

17:00 Salzburg - Linzer ASK
Walter Altmann - Andreas Staudinger, Santino Schreiner - Andreas Heiss


Slovenia

Friday 12th June 2020

18:00 Triglav Kranj - Domžale
Rade Obrenović - David Gabrovec, Uroš Benc - Dejan Balažič

20:00 Rudar Velenje - Bravo
Mihael Antič - Manuel Vidali, Davor Brezar - Matej Jug

Saturday 13th June 2020

18:00 Olimpija Ljubljana - Celje
Nejc Kajtazović - Matej Žunič, Robert Vukan - David Šmajc

20:00 Mura - CB24 Tabor Sežana
Alen Borošak - Aleksandar Kasapović, Alen Salkić - Aleksandar Matković

Sunday 14th June 2020

20:30 Maribor - Aluminij
Andrej Žnidaršič - Jure Praprotnik, Matej Vojska - Asmir Sagrković


Faroe Islands

Friday 12th June

19:00 B36 Tórshavn - EB/Streymur
Kári á Høvdanum - Andreas Hansen, Pætur Rasmussen - Jóhan Ellefsen

19:00 NSÍ Runavík - Argja Bóltfelag
Petur Reinert - Arni Rasmussen, Emil Sørensen - Heini Viðoy

Saturday 13th June 2020

14:00 TB Tvøroyri - ÍF Fuglafjørður
Rúni Gaardbo - Regin Egholm, Petur Hentze - Jón Baldvinsson

17:00 HB Tórshavn - Skála ÍF
Bjarki Danielsen - Jan Andersen, Johnleif Gerðisá - Rani Skaalum

19:00 KÍ Klaksvík - Víkingur
Dagfinn Forná - Dan Højgaard, Vinjard Dam - Alex Troleis

Tuesday 16th June 2020

--:-- B36 Tórshavn - NSÍ Runavík
Alex Troleis - Andrew Christiansen, Jørleif Djurhuus - Rúni Gaardbo

18:00 Argja Bóltfelag - EB/Streymur
Aron S Vest - Edvard Højgaard, Jón Johannesen - Rani Skaalum

Wednesday 17th June 2020

18:00 Skála ÍF - TB Tvøroyri
Jóhan H Ellefsen - Marner Olsen, Kristian G Joensen - Petur Reinert

19:00 HB Tórshavn - KÍ Klaksvík
Kári á Høvdanum - Jan Hermansen, Arni Rasmussen - Alex Troleis

19:00 Víkingur - ÍF Fuglafjørður
Bjarki Danielsen - Jógvan Breckmann, Niklas Petersen - Rúni Gaardbo


Serbia

Friday 12th June

18:00 Proleter - Javor-Matis
Novica Anđelovski - Goran Beljin, Dejan Potočan - Đorđe Maksimović

20:00 Rad - Voždovac
Momčilo Marković - Bojan Banović, Miloš Miškeljin - Milan Stefanović

Saturday 13th June

16:00 Mačva - Spartak Žk
Dragan Čolović - Nemanja Petrović, Milan Pašajlić - Jovan Šegrt

18:00 Napredak - Mladost
Lazar Tripković - Pavle Piper, Marko Đuričić - Pavle Ilić

20:00 Radnik - Radnički Niš
Aleksandar Živković - Čedomir Andrejić, Stefan Vojnić - Milan Mitić

Sunday 14th June

14:00 Inđija - Vojvodina
Srđan Jovanović - Uroš Stojković, Milan Mihajlović - Novak Simović

16:30 TSC - Crvena zvezda
Nenad Minaković - Svetozar Živin, Milan Šutulović - Igor Stojilković

19:00 Partizan - Čukarički
Miloš Milanović - Jovan Grujić, Dejan Dimitrijević - Ivan Stamenković


Denmark

Friday 12th June

19:00 Esbjerg - Randers
Anders Poulsen - Ole Kronlykke, Nikolaj Christensen - Morten Krogh

Saturday 13th June

17:00 Hobro - Horsens
Mads-Kristoffer Kristoffersen - Jakob Mastrup, Henrik Hansen - Michael Rasmussen

Sunday 14th June

14:00 AaB - FC Midtjylland
Peter Kjærsgaard - Niels Høg, Casper Kristensen - Patrick Remon Gammelholm

16:00 SønderjyskE - Lyngby BK
Jonas Hansen - Victor Skytte, René Risum - Chris Johansen

18:00 FC Nordsjælland - F.C. København
Jakob Kehlet - Christian Just Brixen, Amir Sabic - Kasper Madsen

20:00 Brøndby IF - AGF
Jørgen Daugbjerg Burchardt - Jesper Dahl, Daniel Krogstrup Nørgaard - Benjamin Helm Svendborg

Monday 15th June

19:00 Silkeborg IF - OB
Jakob Sundberg - Lars Hummelgaard, Lars Rix - Michael Tykgaard

Tuesday 16th June

18:00 AC Horsens - Esbjerg fB
Morten Krogh - Dennis Wollenberg Rasmussen, Niels Høg - Michael Rasmussen

20:00 Randers FC - Hobro IK
Mikkel Redder - Heine Sørensen, Sune Feddersen - Patrick Remon Gammelholm

Wednesday 17th June

18:00 AGF - FC Nordsjælland
Jakob Sundberg - Ole Kronlykke, Steffen Beck Bramsen - Mads-Kristoffer Kristoffersen

20:00 F.C. København - AaB
Benjamin Willaume-Jantzen - Victor Skytte, Henrik Sønderby - Jesper Nielsen

Thursday 18th June

18:00 OB - SønderjyskE
Jørgen Daugbjerg Burchardt - Christian Just Brixen, Danny Kolding - Paw Johansen

18:00 Lyngby BK - Silkeborg IF
Jens Maae - Jesper Dahl, Deniz Yurdakul - Sebastian Friis Aagerup

20:00 FC Midtjylland - Brøndby IF
Sandi Putros - Lars Hummelgaard, Jakob Mastrup - Michael Tykgaard



Latvia

Monday 15th June

18:00 BFC Daugavpils - FK Liepāja
Jevgēnijs Vasjukovs - Ruslans Botošs, Ņikita Ivļevs - Ivars Caune

18:00 RFS - FK Ventspils
Andris Treimanis - Haralds Gudermanis, Raimonds Tatriks - Mareks Ķere

20:15 Riga FC - Valmiera FC
Aleksandrs Anufrijevs - Deniss Ševčenko, Romans Platonovs - Artis Ķēniņš

Tuesday 16th June

18:00 FK Metta - FK Spartaks
Vitālijs Spasjonņikovs - Artūrs Šakurovs, Andrejs Kolosovs - Artis Ķēniņš

19:00 FK Tukums 2000/TSS - FK Jelgava
Aleksandrs Golubevs - Aleksejs Spasjonņikovs, Rihards Saulenbergs - Artūrs Vītoliņš


Hungary

Wednesday 16th June

19:00 Kisvárda - Zalaegerszegi TE
Zoltán Iványi - Gergő Vígh-Tarsonyi, Tamás Márkus - Róbert Horváth - Tamás Bognár, Ádám Németh

21:05 Budapest Honvéd - Ferencvárosi TC
Sándor Andó-Szabó - Balázs Szalai, Péter Garai - Gergely Becséri - Balázs Berke, János Takács


Croatia

Tuesday 16th June

18:55 Istra 1961 - Inter Zaprešić
Ivan Bebek - Goran Pataki, Vedran Đurak - Marko Linić
[Goran Gabrilo, Tomislav Petrović]

18:55 Hajduk Split - Varaždin
Ivan Vučković - Jerko Crnčić, Luka Pušić - Ivana Martinčić
[Marin Vidulin, Robi Kezele]

21:05 Rijeka - Lokomotiva
Damir Batinić - Bojan Zobenica, Hrvoje Radić - Ivan Matić
[Dario Bel, Miro Grgić]

Wednesday 17th June

18:55 Dinamo Zagreb - Slaven Belupo
Dario Kulušić - Mario Pepur, Alen Jakšić - Ivan Župan
[Tihomir Pejin, Marjan Tomas]

21:05 Osijek - Gorica
Mario Zebec - Borut Križarić, Sanja Rođak-Karšić - Jakov Titlić
[Duje Strukan, Kruno Šarić]


Hungary

Thursday 17th June

16:55 Paksi FC - Kaposvári Rákóczi FC
Péter Solymosi - Balázs Szert, Tibor Csatári - Norbert Bornemissza - Bence Csonka, Péter Antal

19:00 Fehérvár - Debrecen
Istán Vad - Balázs Buzás, Márkus Tamás - Zoltán Horváth - Sándor Andó-Szabó, Ádám Radványi

19:00 Diósgyőri VTK - Puskás Akadémia FC
Ferenc Karakó - János Medovarszki, Róbert Horváth - Vencel Tóth - Gergő Bogár, Sándor Szilágyi

21:05 Újpest FC - Mezőkövesd Zsóry FC
Csaba Pintér - Georgiou Theodoros, Péter Kóbor - József Aradi - Ádám Farkas, Bence Hanyecz


Belarus

17:00 Slavia-Mozyr - Smolevichi
Sergei Chistov - Kirill Pakulin, Yuri Khomchenko - Yevgeni Kovalev

19:00 Slutsk - Neman
Andrei Vasilevich - Denis Emelyanchikov, Anton Poluyanov - Konstantin Tokarski

(Thanks to Philipp S., Jatienza, Edward, GO_REF, JB, Philipp, Marvin Becker, Quilava, The Referee, superstar0110, Marrkoo and JB; please post domestic appointments in exactly this format and we will add them to the post:

Date
HH:MM Home Team - Away Team
Referee - AR1, AR2 - FO - AAR1, AAR2
[VAR, AVAR] )

92 comments:

  1. Question for our readers - do you think it's best that we open the weekly new post on a Friday, or is another day (Thursday?) better?

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    1. Maybe opening every week on monday is better IMO

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    2. Thursday is better IMO

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  2. Swiss Cup Semi Final

    14.06.20
    16:00 FC Lausanne-Sport - FC Basel
    Alain Bieri - Marco Zürcher - Bekim Zogaj - ?

    VAR‘s not published

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    1. Quarter final not semi final of course...

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    2. Source?

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    3. Source was the official page of Swiss football federation (SFV) and not Swiss Football League (SFL). The latter publishes the appointments of the Swiss League only and not the ones of the Swiss cup

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  3. Small correction: AVAR with Juan Martínez Munuera in Athletic - Atlético will be Marcos Cerdán Aguilar. It seems Noval Font won't act as AVAR either (which makes fully sense to me).

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  4. Bulgaria

    Thursday 11th June

    20:30 Etar - PFC Dunav
    Radoslav Gidjenov - Dragomir Milev - Dimitar Stoilov - Vasimir El-Hatib

    Friday 12th June

    Botev Vratsa - Tsarsko Selo
    Georgi Kabakov - Martin Margaritov - Diyan Valkov - Nedeltcho Gadjalov

    Saturday 13th June

    Cherno More - Vitosha
    Stanimir Trenchev - Petar Mitrev - Martin Angelov - Georgi Nikolov

    Slavia Sofia - Beroe
    Georgi Ivanov - Georgi Doynov - Daniel Nikov - Georgi Dimitrov

    Sunday 14th June

    Arda - Levski Sofia
    Petar Kostadinov - Alexandar Atanasov - Rumen Ivanov - Valentin Stanchev

    PFC Ludogorets - Botev Plpvdiv
    Volen Chinkov - Iliyan Kaparashev - Dimitar Dobromirov - Dimitar Dimitrov

    CSKA - Sofia - Lokomotiv Plovdiv
    Stanislav Todorov - Martin Dimitrov - Dimo Valchev - Nikola Popov

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    1. Thanks Alex - please could you add the remaining match times :)

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  5. What a start at Turin. Orsato with a PK for handball after an OFR. Penalty is missed and at the very next few seconds he issues a RC for a high foot on chest after consulting the 4th official.

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    1. The RC incident was similar to 2010 WC final De Jong's. Orsato initially reached in the pocket for the YC but camera cleary showed him talking to the 4th official in the headset who had a better view. Great team cooperation

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    2. Video (the penalty as well as the red card): streamable.com/6p4wet.
      IMO correct penalty although one can discuss whether VAR should have intervened (I think, yes). (I see the replay at 1:17 in the video as the best, poor that the video match officials didn't show it to Orsato. Maybe that camera wasn't available to them...? I hope it was.)
      About the red card - it's clear.

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    3. I assume Orsato's view was blocked, otherwise I can't understand why he would consider issuing a YC for this. A great thank you goes out to the 4th official

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    4. How do you know that Orsato consulted FO and not VAR (without OFR) through the headsets?

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    5. @Anonymous just watch the video, Orsato was ready to show YC but then he looked at fourth official and he changed decision. Also, fourth official had the best possible view on this incident. It is easy to guess that this suggestion came from him. Furthermore, a referee can't use VAR like you described. There is a full process to respect. Acting without that would mean a suspension, at least here in Italy. Communication between officials on the pitch and VAR is recorded.

      @The Referee As we were discussing with Bundesliga some days ago, this is how VAR works in Italy. All handballs are deeply analyzed 100%, because it is mostly a kind of objective incident, there isn't any chance to consider a handball, once spotted and punishable "not enough" for a review. Indeed this first half showed how Italian referees work with VAR.

      About the performance, first half was very challenging but in my opinion Orsato was not ready, not a good performance yesterday. He could have at least spotted the straight red card and then immediately after that a clear YC was missed for another player from Milan. He didn't give the idea of being 100% in control. In second half match didn't present any difficulty for referee.

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  6. 74' correct 2nd YC by Alberola Rojas for LEV #9

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    1. Video:

      https://streamja.com/GZwb7

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    2. Rojas very calm and composed.

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  7. A decisive PK for Levante in 90+5 after VAR intervention!

    Alberola Rojas whistled FK for stamp (missed YC) outside the box, maybe even on the penalty area line. But, VAR intervened and either because the holding before the stamp was while both players were still IN the penalty area or the stamp was effectively on the line, PK was conceded.

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    1. Video:

      https://streamable.com/v4g9pb

      Only 'but' of his performance, a missed YC on the PK situation, either for UB (holding) or reckless stamp.

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    2. The holding clearly occurred inside the penalty area; therefore, no doubt about the penalty kick.

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  8. Correct RC for DOGSO by Pablo González Fuertes in Espanyol - Alaves, keeper making a save outside the box on a long ball with the attacker ready to gain poossession. Not difficult for referee to detect that it had occurred outside the penalty area.
    https://ibb.co/VLYshBZ

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  9. Somebody said that Gonzlaez Fuertes is candidate for demotion. If Spainish refereeing comitee do that, it will be not good decision. Melero out.

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    1. Yup. If this important relegation match was a test from CTA-RFEF for Pablo González Fuertes, he passed it so far.

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  10. Sunday 14th June
    19:00 FCSB - CFR Cluj
    Ovidiu Hategan - Octavian Sovre, Gheorghe Sebastian - Marcu Florin

    Romanian derby between first and second team on the league will have as referee Ovidiu Hategan

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  11. Today I saw a very positive and ambitious match by Ali Şansalan in Başakşehir - Alanyaspor.

    Match highlights can be found by the following link:

    https://m.tr.beinsports.com/mac-merkezi/mbasaksehir-aytemiz-alanyaspor?id=111392499&tab=video

    26' correct no penalty call
    37' perfect YC after an advantage ALA
    40' good YC ALA
    45' correct no penalty call,no deliberate handball
    53' good YC BAŞ
    71' good YC ALA

    Two imporant decisions:
    61' disallowed goal for Başaksehir (minute 01:52). I think referee got the right decision and Cüneyt Cakir correctly did not intervene because never a clear error.

    77' penalty for Başakşehir after an OFR (minute 02:20).Very tricky situation and I would be interested in your thoughts.
    IMO the decision to give the penalty is okay because the player makes a clear wipe against the ball but I think the VAR intervention by Cakir is more questionable.What do you think about this complexe penalty decision.

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    1. Error!
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    2. It looks like a good performance by the referee.
      The penalty after OFR seems to be okay, but I think that the VAR intervention is at least discussable.

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  12. Benedikt Kempkes fourth official in Mainz has his shirt out of trousers. Never seen that before at so high level. Suprising that DFB allows that.

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  13. Questionable pen for Schalke 04 today. Leverkusen defender touches the ball with his arm, after the arm was hit by S04 forward.

    https://streamja.com/P3WdG

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    1. Correct penalty given after OFR. Hand over shoulder. There can't be an exception just because the defender tried to play the ball at a low level. In my view, VAR intervention was necessary as I hardly doubt that Siebert had a perception on the pitch.

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  14. Cordero Vega with -Estrada Fernandez- style tonight. Correct penalty 28th minute, but can anybody expalin me how he move himself. I think that diagonal line for movement is on left side of the goal, not on right. Any explanation?

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  15. Bayern München II – FSV Zwickau, Benjamin Brand

    52’ Penalty (handling) to Bayern II?
    75’ Foul (tripping / charging) before the 1-0 goal?
    81’ Reckless vs. Serious Foul Play, Zwickau no.4? Yellow Card given + Yellow Card (dissent) to Zwickau no.8(?*)

    Overall: Benjamin Brand’s first game in 816 days (!!); it was great to see him back on the pitch. Most importantly his movement seemed fine / good. The usual technical analysis is below.

    Not especially challenging but certainly no easy game either, with the league positions in mind too; a handful of clear missed fouls which all the players were fully expecting to be given, this made them more anxious, and led to a card for dissent at the end; referee did well to ensure that no confrontation occurred at 85’ as before the clinching (2-0) goal the Zwickau players were visibly irritated that Bayern II did not put the ball out as one of their players was down injured (clearly no foul, not a serious injury -> correct in the LotG to allow the game to continue); referee decided not to open the cards on a clear SPA at 69’, holding denying a Bayern II player a (proper) shot on the edge of the penalty area, Zwickau players were irritated by the (correct) freekick award so I guess he didn’t want to inflame them anymore, but the caution was mandatory; players frequently tested whether the referee would issue a YC for “delaying the restart” – I think he should have issued one at 50’, foul was a ‘cynical’ tug (no SPA/LoR though) and then Zwickau were denied even a quick restart by a Bayern II player who blatant tried to stop a quick restart, he should have been cautioned really; then, referee did caution the Zwickau GK for placing another ball on the FoP at 83’, to deny Bayern II a quick corner, good; referee’s leadership style worked fine, he had no problem taking the lead in this game; no problems for ARs Tobias Endriß and Jonas Brombacher.

    -> Satisfactory performance – 7,8(2) would be my mark – but it’s easy to understand why Benjamin Brand’s technical accuracy would be lower than expected level. Let’s hope he will be fit enough for further games in time. All the best for the future!

    * this card is a bit of a mystery, it seems that it is shown to Zwickau no.8 who does make a clear dissent against AR Tobias Endriß, but DFB.de hasn’t noted it in the match report; the only explanation that corroborates the DFB report is that it was initially an inexplicable mistaken identity case, but I do not think that is very likely.

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    1. Thanks for the report.
      @81': I think, #19 (Frick) got the YC for dissent. #8 was behind the referee, when the card was shown.

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    2. Thanks Philipp, I was (evidently) having trouble reading this number on his shirt :)

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    3. 52' Replay:
      https://streamable.com/5zyoot

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    4. 7.8... isn't that a mark for two clear and obvious KMIs? Have you identified two clear PKs not awarded or two clear red cards not issued or a combination of two clear KMIs?

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    5. https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-duRcAQt1h-U/XqMrZlwqhEI/AAAAAAAAApo/ky8kTU1f1WgSaygpstrVQIXuOWeNq7HywCK4BGAYYCw/s1600/Screenshot%2B2020-04-24%2Bat%2B19.07.18.jpeg

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  16. NAPOLI – JUVENTUS Mercoledì 17/06 h. 21.00
    DOVERI
    PAGANESSI – ALASSIO
    IV: CALVARESE
    VAR: IRRATI
    AVAR: SCHENONE

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  17. https://www.nogomania.com/Novica/Slavko-Vincic-je-ocitno-rehabilitiran-po-odmevni-aferi-je-bil-zdaj-prvic-delegiran-za-sojenje

    Vinčić will be back on Wednesday in Slovenian League. We will see whether UEFA will do the same when cups will start again. I think that, in the best case for him, we will read his name again on next season.

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    1. Thanks, Chefren. I will report that game with some clips and analysis :)

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  18. PORTUGAL

    Controversial Moves - 26th roud
    To study, analyze and comment

    REF: Hélder Malheiro | VAR: João Bento
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/gil-vicente-fc-caso-sandro-lima-31-58376

    REF: Cláudio Pereira | VAR: João Pinheiro (FIFA)
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/santa-clara-caso-carlos-jr-13-58387

    REF: Carlos Xistra (Ex-FIFA) | VAR: Bruno Esteves
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/portimonense-caso-lucas-fernandes-8-58398
    2- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sl-benfica-caso-jardel-24-58403
    3- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/portimonense-caso-willyan-34-58404
    4- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sl-benfica-caso-taarabt-50-58406
    5- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sl-benfica-caso-grimaldo-64-58413
    6- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/portimonense-caso-dener-90-7-58415

    REF: Tiago Martins (FIFA) | VAR: Manuel Oliveira
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-porto-caso-marega-13-58425
    2- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/maritimo-m-caso-ruben-ferreira-36-58426
    3- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-porto-caso-ze-luis-45-2-58428
    4- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/maritimo-m-caso-rene-54-58439

    REF: Jorge Sousa (FIFA) | VAR: Manuel Mota
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/moreirense-fc-caso-alex-soares-68-58477
    2- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/moreirense-fc-caso-alex-soares-78-58486

    REF: Rui Costa | VAR: António Nobre (FIFA)
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-p-ferreira-caso-helder-49-58495
    2- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sporting-cp-caso-jovane-cabral-52-58496
    3- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sporting-cp-caso-jovane-cabral-52-58496
    4- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-p-ferreira-caso-joao-amaral-67-58499
    5- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-p-ferreira-caso-luiz-carlos-79-58501

    REF: Luís Godinho (FIFA) | VAR: Fábio Veríssimo (FIFA)
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sc-braga-caso-fransergio-86-58519

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  19. PORTUGAL:

    26th round - To study, analyze and coment

    REF: Hélder Malheiro | VAR: João Bento
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/gil-vicente-fc-caso-sandro-lima-31-58376

    REF: Cláudio Pereira | VAR: João Pinheiro (FIFA)
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/santa-clara-caso-carlos-jr-13-58387

    REF: Carlos Xistra (Ex-FIFA) | VAR: Bruno Esteves
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/portimonense-caso-lucas-fernandes-8-58398
    2- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sl-benfica-caso-jardel-24-58403
    3- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/portimonense-caso-willyan-34-58404
    4- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sl-benfica-caso-taarabt-50-58406
    5- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sl-benfica-caso-grimaldo-64-58413
    6- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/portimonense-caso-dener-90-7-58415

    REF: Tiago Martins (FIFA) | VAR: Manuel Oliveira
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-porto-caso-marega-13-58425
    2- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/maritimo-m-caso-ruben-ferreira-36-58426
    3- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-porto-caso-ze-luis-45-2-58428
    4- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/maritimo-m-caso-rene-54-58439

    REF: Jorge Sousa (FIFA) | VAR: Manuel Mota
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/moreirense-fc-caso-alex-soares-68-58477
    2- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/moreirense-fc-caso-alex-soares-78-58486

    REF: Rui Costa | VAR: António Nobre (FIFA)
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-p-ferreira-caso-helder-49-58495
    2- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sporting-cp-caso-jovane-cabral-52-58496
    3- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sporting-cp-caso-jovane-cabral-52-58496
    4- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-p-ferreira-caso-joao-amaral-67-58499
    5- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/fc-p-ferreira-caso-luiz-carlos-79-58501

    REF: Luís Godinho (FIFA) | VAR: Fábio Veríssimo (FIFA)
    1- https://www.vsports.pt/vsports/vod/sc-braga-caso-fransergio-86-58519

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  20. Replies
    1. 2' Poor offside decision, correct intervention.
      25' Crystal clear RC, Huesca player completely lost it.
      33' Very difficult for me, idk what UEFA says about this.
      40' Correct PK, however Moreno Aragón definitely missed a card.
      45+3' Referee for sure spotted defender playing the ball but missed the trailing leg tackle. Unfortunately replays don't show properly the hitting point in order to assess it as reckless or SFP.
      45+5' Referee definitely missed the incident as he was still looking at the sideline players. AR2 should have helped spotting it. Unfortunate moment to blow the HT whistle, he knew instantly that he shouldn't have done it.
      57' Very tricky situation because contact is very soft and debatable if enough to make attacker fall despite coming 'in high speed'. VAR was right to not intervene anyway.

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  21. Turkish Cup Semifinal 2nd leg

    Tuesday 16th June 2020
    19:45 CET
    Ülker Stadium FB Şükrü Saracoğlu Spor Komplexi

    FENERBAHÇE - TRABZONSPOR
    (2-1 first leg)

    Cüneyt Çakir - Bahattin Duran - Tarik Ongun - Mustafa Öğretömenoğlu
    [Suat Arslanboğa - Özgür Yankaya]

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    1. Of course Trabzonspor won the first leg with 2-1 against Fenerbahce at home.

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  22. https://www.tv2.no/sport/11499131/
    Scandal in Swedish refereeing, Martin Strömbergsson said “Stop talking and go back to your goal so the spectators can throw banana on you” to a keeper and now he has been suspended.

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  23. GAMEWEEK 30 PREMIER LEAGUE: 19TH JUNE- 22ND JUNE

    NORWICH V SOUTHAMPTON Referee: Kevin Friend. Assistants: Adrian Holmes, Simon Beck. Fourth official: Dean Whitestone. VAR: Simon Hooper. Assistant VAR: Mark Scholes.

    Man utd v spurs Referee: Jonathan Moss. Assistants: Eddie Smart, Neil Davies. Fourth official: Andre Marriner. VAR: Graham Scott. Assistant VAR: Stephen Child.

    Watford v leicster:
    Referee: Craig Pawson. Assistants: Daniel Cook, Dan Robathan. Fourth official: Gavin Ward. VAR: Andy Madley. Assistant VAR: Andy Garratt.

    Brighton v arsenal:
    Referee: Martin Atkinson. Assistants: Stuart Burt, Peter Kirkup. Fourth official: Keith Stroud. VAR: Michael Oliver. Assistant VAR: Richard West.

    West ham v wolves:
    Referee: Anthony Taylor. Assistants: Adam Nunn, Lee Betts. Fourth official: Dean Whitestone. VAR: David Coote. Assistant VAR: Sian Massey-Ellis.

    Bourenmouth v crystal palace:
    Referee: Stuart Attwell. Assistants: Constantine Hatzidakis, Simon Long. Fourth official: Tim Robinson. VAR: Simon Hooper. Assistant VAR: Derek Eaton.

    Newcastle v sheffield utd:
    Referee: David Coote. Assistants: Gary Beswick, Nick Hopton. Fourth official: Darren England. VAR: Peter Bankes. Assistant VAR: Harry Lennard.

    Aston villa v chelsea:
    Referee: Paul Tierney. Assistants: Scott Ledger, Mark Scholes. Fourth official: Graham Scott. VAR: Lee Mason. Assistant VAR: Ian Hussin.

    Everton v Liverpool:
    Referee: Mike Dean. Assistants: Simon Bennett, Darren Cann. Fourth official: Anthony Taylor. VAR: Chris Kavanagh. Assistant VAR: Stephen Child.

    Man city v burnley:
    Referee: Andre Marriner. Assistants: Marc Perry, Adrian Holmes. Fourth official: Andy Madley. VAR: Kevin Friend. Assistant VAR: Simon Beck.

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  24. Comments from deleted appointments:

    superstar0110 -
    From this matchday spectators can attend football matches in Croatia. One third of stadium capacity can be full. Hajduk Split - Varaždin is only match to be played behind closed doors because of home's team suspension which they got before corona virus break.

    This is first time that two women officials are appointed in the same matchday. Sanja Rođak-Karšić is regular assistant referee and this is first time for UEFA Elite referee Ivana Martinčić to be appointed as 4th official.

    Philipp S -
    Benjamin Brand continues his comeback with another 3.Liga match: FC Ingolstadt - Eintracht Braunschweig (19:00)

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  25. If someone is interested, below I have listed also referee observers and delegates of Latvian Higher League matches played on 15th and 16th June.

    hh:mm Home team - Away team
    Referee - Observer - Delegate


    Monday 15th June

    18:00 BFC Daugavpils - FC Liepāja
    Jevgēnijs Vasjukovs - Andrejs Sipailo (UEFA (if I'm not wrong)) - Konstantīns Rubīns (LFF Safety and fair play specialist)

    18:00 RFS - FK Ventspils
    Andris Treimanis (FIFA, UEFA 1st cat.) - Jānis Pukijāns - Maksims Raspopovs

    20:15 Riga FC - Valmiera FC
    Aleksandrs Anufrijevs (FIFA, UEFA 3rd cat., LFF Referees department specialist) - Ādolfs Supe - Aļesja Hodakovska

    Tuesday 16th June

    18:00 FK Metta - FK Spartaks
    Vitālijs Spasjonņikovs - Vadims Direktorenko (UEFA (if I'm not wrong)) - Maksims Raspopovs

    18:00 FK Tukums 2000/TSS - FK Jelgava
    Aleksandrs Golubevs (FIFA, UEFA 3rd cat.) - Sergejs Braga - Konstantīns Rubīns (LFF Safety and fair play specialist)

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  26. Yesterday in Latvian Higher League match RFS - FK Ventspils the referee Andris Treimanis (FIFA, UEFA 1st cat.) got injured at 12'. After an 8 minutes long (IMO that's too much) break he was replaced by the 4th official Mareks Ķere and the match continued. The incident can be watched here (at 0:18:15).

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  27. -TO NEW TOPIC -

    PORTUGAL

    Friday 19th June

    20:00 Vitória de Guimarães - Moreirense
    João Pinheiro - Bruno Rodrigues, Nuno Eiras - Sérgio Guelho
    [Hugo Miguel, Bruno Jesus]

    22:15 FC Famalicão - SC Braga
    Fábio Veríssimo - Nuno Pereira, Pedro Martins - Miguel Nogueira
    [Hélder Malheiro, Rui Cidade]

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  28. Tomorrow we will already know the dates and places for the next UCL and UEL + UEFA Super Cup matches (live in UEFA.TV at 15:30 CET)
    As for stadiums, I think it will be in an final eight format in Lisbon (UCL) and Oporto (UEL). UEFA Super Cup in Budapest.
    What about referees?

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    1. For Europa League North Rhine-Westphalia (Western Germany) is reported as location with the final in Cologne.

      Referees should be the usual candidates, but maybe not those without domestic matches (e.g. Turpin).

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    2. It will be interesting to see what Rosetti will decide for French and Dutch referees, given that their domestic leagues have been officially stopped by federations. For sure not the best way for them to keep form until a so important month, and we are talking for sure about very big names (Makkelie, Kuipers, Turpin...). However, I think that Rosetti will appoint them without caring too much about that.

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    3. I'm not sure what the issue would be. By the time those August matches are played, the German, English, Italian referees, etc., will also have stopped officiating domestically. It will be akin to a summer tournament.

      If referees are fit, they'll be used. I think the big question is which referees get sent to Portugal and which to Germany. Because crossover will be impossible. So the UEL Final referee will effectively be done with the UCL now.

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    4. What did you mean by your last sentence "UEL Final referee will be done with the UCL"?

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    5. Ineed I don't understand what usaref means with the last sentence...

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  29. The 2020 Latvian Higher League referees' list is located here (1st table - referees; 2nd table - assistant referees). No referees or assistant referees were demoted from the Latvian Higher League after the previous season; 2 referees (Artūrs Vītoliņš and Jevgēnijs Vasjukovs) and 2 assistant referees (Rihards Saulenbergs and Ņikita Ivļevs) were promoted to the Latvian Higher League. (The league's number of teams increased from 9 to 10.)

    Currently all the league's matches are played without spectators in the stadiums.

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  30. Appointments are out for the Premier League.
    Probably the big surprise being Jon Moss in charge of Tottenham v Manchester utd.
    Referee: Jonathan Moss.
    Assistants: Eddie Smart, Neil Davies.
    Fourth official: Andre Marriner.
    VAR: Graham Scott.
    Assistant VAR: Stephen Child.

    https://www.premierleague.com/news/1680076
    https://www.premierleague.com/news/1682746

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  31. In first 30 minutes of Istra 1961- Inter Zapresic match in Croatian Prva HNL, Ivan Bebek had two OFRs. In my opinion, in first situation VAR Gabrilo called for OFR because of missed incident (potential handball by Istra player in penalty area). It was hard to see it for Bebek live.
    In second OFR Bebek correctly awarded PK for Istra after handball situation. Two correct decisions, good job by referee team. Btw, this is quite important match for those teams, they are both in relegation battle.
    If anyone is interested, I can post links of situations after the match.

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    1. Interesting 1st situation, at one moment it seemed to me that it was deliberate, but then again hard to see if he touched the ball at all. I think Bebek wasnt sure and therefore understandably he didnt want to whistle anything.

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  32. Challenging first half for Cüneyt Cakir in Fenerbahce - Trabzonspor.

    6' good onside befor 0-1 by AR2 Tarik Ongun

    24' Fenerbahce player on the bench was cautioned after a Trabzonspor player made a gesture to shut down his mouth.This Trabzonspor players was also correctly cautioned.The Fenerbahce player on the bench got more and more angry and was correctly send off.Well done! Good cooperation with FO.

    39' possible penalty for Trabzonspor.Yes,there was a contact between the players legs but in live speed fully okay.No VAR intervention corrct IMO.

    45+1' possible second YC for the Trabzonspor player which had been cautioned by the situation above.I support the referee decision here but some referees could have evaluated this type of foul (a little push and minimal contact) as a tactical foul 20m in front of the goal.

    I have to remark that there were a few very good advantages given especially after offside situation which ended up in counter attacks.

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  33. Minute 19' in Werder Bremen - Bayern: a clear violent conduct was assessed as only reckless by Osmers. He was in control of the action but in this case you can never talk about challenging the ball, so YC is never enough. To me, missed intervention by VAR because there isn't any reason to kick the opponent so deliberately without any intent to play ball. Intensity doesn't matter.

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    1. Agree. Missed rc by the referee and the VAR

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    2. Agreed, 100% Violent Conduct in my opinion. To only show a yellow card was a clear error, I'm quite surprsed that Dingert didn't recommend an OFR there.

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    3. I agree too. Only reason for Dingert's decision not to invite the referee to an OFR could have been a clear perception by Harm Osmers. However, the incident occured behind his back. Even if he saw half of the incident, for me a YC is a clear and obvious mistake.

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  34. What do you think about this situation from Randers - Hobro. Is the red card correct or not? There is a holding situation, but it probably ends outside the box, but then the defender makes a clumsy tackle inside the box https://streamable.com/eudgl9

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    1. Of course it's correct RC. First of all DOGSO holding offence outside the box and then a tackle from behind without genuine attempt to play the ball inside the penalty area.

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    2. I am less sure. The foul in the penalty area is a genuine attempt to play the ball IMO. And the initial holding doesn't deny a goal-scoring opportunity, because the fouled player still has the chance to score.
      Therefore I can at least understand the choice for the YC.
      Furthermore in some replays, it seems, there is not much contact inside the box and the player goes down deliberately - so maybe not even a foul? In that case, it should be RC and FK though.

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    3. What a funny (and kind of pointless :)) situation!

      I only say pointless because all non-refereeing people have no problem accepting the penalty + RC call, it certainly 'felt' correct, yet theoretically it presents a problem for 'us' as that is not actually technically coherent.

      Both the holding and tripping offences are clear in my opinion. If whistled, the holding offense should be a freekick + DOGSO, but correctly the referee plays an 'advantage', though more subconsciously on a "wait-and-see" level.

      Then, I disagree with both Philipp and Quilava here in part - penalty is correct as the player has won the position and is felled by the tripping offense behind him, but I see the tripping as "attempting to play the ball" (LotG says nothing about having a reasonable chance to play the ball fairly, just an attempt to play the ball at all) and hence a Yellow Card.

      So in my view the technically correct solution is:
      Penalty (tripping) + Second Yellow Card (1: unsuccessful DOGSO, holding; 2: not-deliberate DOGSO penalty, tripping).

      I wouldn't blame the referee too much for having issued a straight RC though :) instinctual decision.

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    4. I agree, he could have punished the firsf foul as well and issued 2 yc. But the foul inside the box alone is clear attempt to play the ball, hence YC for that foul would be techically correct.

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  35. Interesting OFR now in Freiburg. Disallowed goal following a previous foul, absolutely correct intervention. One can discuss about the chance of giving RC for VC. Stieler assessed that the foul was not deliberate, this can be the reason for giving YC for reckless challenge and not RC for violent conduct. However the incident was difficult to spot live, I wouldn't blame too much referee.

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    1. Good intervention by Tobias Welz. Of course, maybe not a very difficult situation, but it's so interesting to see the cooperation between a referee and a VAR who work a lot together. I have the impression that they fully trust each other, the VAR knows when to intervene and the whole procedure is much faster.
      For instance, Stieler had 16 matches so far. 9 (!) times Tobias Welz was his VAR. For comparison: Brych (16 matches, 6x Brand), Aytekin (14 matches, 6x Brand). My feeling says that there have been very few mistakes in case the 'standard' team worked together.
      Back to Freiburg: RC for SFP was within the possible range but a YC is indeed (still) supportable. Good penalty decision some minutes later by Stieler. However, better than the penalty decision itself was his positioning in this situation. You have to watch that.

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    2. If Stieler works so well with Welz, why Stieler's VAR was Stegemann in the title-decider match Borussia-Bayern (where we all remember the Boateng handball)?

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  36. Greek SL MD3

    Saturday 20 June

    19:30 PAOK-OFI
    Fotios Fotiadis, Antonios Diplaris, Nikolaos Dimopoulos, Athanasios Sezos
    [Konstantinos Kotsanis, Christos Baltas]

    20:30 AEK-ARIS
    Anastasios Papapetrou, Panayiotis Konstantopoulos, Nikolaos Savvas, Dimitrios Maloutas
    [Vasilios Fotias, Vasilios Nikolakakis]

    Sunday 21 June

    18:15 Asteras Tripolis - Atromitos
    Alexandros Tsamouris, Stavros Sipkas, Konstantinos Konstantios, Alexandros Katsikogiannis
    [Athanasios Tzilos, Christos Tziotzios]

    18:15 Xanthi - Panaitolikos
    Aristotelis Diamantopoulos, Konstantinos Nikolaidis, Antonios Siniorakis, Georgios Vreskas
    [Evangelos Manouchos, Tryfon Petropoulos]

    20:30 Olympiakos - Panathinaikos
    Anastasios Sidiropoulos, Polychronis Kostaras, Lazaros Dimitriadis, Aristidis Vatsios
    [Georgios Kominis, Chrysoula Kourompilia]

    Monday 22 June

    18:30 Larisa - Volos
    Aristomenis Koutsiaftis, Theodoros Tzouvaras, Dimitrios Mavroudis, Dimitrios Karantonis
    [Stefanos Koumparakis, Konstantinos Kalampokis]

    19:00 Lamia - Panionios
    Ioannis Papadopoulos, Dimitrios Natsiopoulos, Petros Patras, Petros Tsagkarakis
    [Aggelos Evangelou, Andreas Fotopoulos]

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  37. Sidirópoulos for Olympiakos-Panathinaikos!

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  38. Spain MD 30

    Friday 19th June

    19:30 Granada CF - Villarreal CF
    Guillermo Cuadra Fernández - Roberto Alonso Fernández, Juan José López Mir
    - Rafael Sánchez López
    [Eduardo Prieto Iglesias, Aitor Villate Martínez]

    19:30 RCD Mallorca - CD Leganés
    Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz – Pau Cebrián Devis, Iker De Francisco Grijalba
    - Rubén Eiriz Mata
    [José Luís Munuera Montero, Iñigo Prieto López De Cerain]

    22:00 Sevilla FC – FC Barcelona
    José Luis González González – Rubén Becerril Gómez, Diego Sanchez Rojo – David Gálvez Rascón
    [Ricardo De Burgos Bengoetxea, Roberto Díaz Pérez Del Palomar]

    Saturday 20th June

    14:00 RCD Espanyol – Levante UD
    Carlos Del Cerro Grande – Juan Carlos Yuste Jiménez, Abrahám Álvarez Cantón – Marcos Latorre Gracia
    [Mario Melero López, Manuel Ángel Torre Cimiano]

    17:00 Athletic Club – Real Betis Balompié
    Valentín Pizarro Gómez - Gonzalo García González, José Antonio – Gonzalo Saiz Perez
    [Alejandro José Hernández Hernández, Iñigo Prieto López De Cerain]

    19:30 Getafe CF – SD Eibar
    Javier Alberola Rojas – Iván Hernández Ramos, Marcos Cerdan Aguilar – Alfonso Vicente Moral
    [José María Sánchez Martínez, José Gallego García]

    22:00 Club Atlético de Madrid – Real Valladolid CD
    Pablo González Fuertes – Alfredo Rodriguez Moreno, Álvaro Yeray – Leandro Carbajales Gómez
    [Santiago Jaime Latre, Jorge Bueno Mateo]

    Sunday 21h June

    14:00 RC Celta de Vigo – Deportivo Alavés
    Adrián Cordero Vega - José Carlos Escuela Melo, Antonio Luis Cerezo Parfenof – Guillermo Cueto Amigo
    [Alfonso J. Álvarez Izquierdo, José Gallego García]

    19:30 Valencia CF – CA Osasuna
    David Medié Jiménez – Juan Carlos Barranco Trejo, Joan Méndez Mateo – Luis Fernando Collado López
    [Mario Melero López, Manuel Ángel Torre Cimiano]

    22:00 Real Sociedad – Real Madrid CF
    Xavier Estrada Fernández – Teodoro Sobrino Magan, Guadalupe Porras Ayuso – Miguel Sesma Espinosa
    [Juan Martínez Munuera, Diego Barbero Sevilla]

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    1. What a farewell González González is having! He was injured 2 months and regardless of that he got Athletic-Atlético, Betis-Madrid, Sevilla-Atlético and Atlético-Madrid and now this crucial match. Very deserved for him, a very underrated referee.

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    2. González González is a more reliable referee than 1-2 Spanish FIFA referees tbh.

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    3. Yup. I think that he will recive Copa del Rey final.

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    4. @Ref Fot At first I thought it would be 100% Estrada Fernández. The Catalan referee hasn't had the chance to handle any Copa del Rey final yet due to Barcelona being present in every final since 2013.

      But now with CTA-RFEF having proposed derogation of age limits for LaLiga referees (if there's no age limit enforced at the end, Estrada will have to retire after 2021 season), there's definitely a chance that González González handles it. Considering also that CTA-RFEF absolutely loves giving Copa del Rey final to retiring referees as a farewell match... (Medina Cantalejo 2009, Mejuto González 2010, Clos Gómez 2017, Undiano Mallenco 2019...)

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    5. Copa del Rey finals:

      2008 (Valencia-Getafe): Undiano Mallenco
      2009 (Barcelona-Athletic): Medina Cantalejo
      2010 (Sevilla-Atlético Madrid): Mejuto González
      2011 (Madrid-Barcelona): Undiano Mallenco
      2012 (Barcelona-Athletic): Fernández Borbalán
      2013 (Atlético Madrid-Real Madrid): Clos Gómez
      2014 (Real Madrid-Barcelona): Mateu Lahoz
      2015 (Barcelona-Athletic): Velasco Carballo
      2016 (Barcelona-Sevilla): Del Cerro Grande***
      2017 (Barcelona-Alavés): Clos Gómez
      2018 (Barcelona-Sevilla): Gil Manzano
      2019 (Valencia-Barcelona): Undiano Mallenco

      *** This final was a turning point in Del Cerro Grande's career, an absolutely brilliant performance (8.6-8.7 area, one of the best refereeing performances I can ever remember) and the push he needed for his now deserved international career.

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  39. Swiss Super League MD 24

    Friday 19.06.

    20:30 Young Boys Bern - FC Zürich
    Sandro Schärer - Stéphane de Almeida, Bekim Zogaj - Mirel Turkes
    [Alain Bieri, Nikolaj Hänni]

    Saturday 20.06.

    18:15 Neuchâtel Xamax - FC Thun
    Adrien Jaccottet - Vital Jobin, Remy Zraggen - Johannes von Mandach
    [Stephan Klossner, Stefan Horisberger]

    20:30 FC Sion - FC St. Gallen
    Luca Piccolo - Sladan Josipovic, Matthias Sbrissa - Esther Staubli
    [Lukas Fähndrich, Sascha Kever]

    Sunday 21.06.

    16:00 FC Luzern - FC Basel
    Fedayi San - Jonas Erni, Benjamin Zürcher - David Schärli
    [Lukas Fähndrich, Sascha Kever]

    16:00 Servette FC - FC Lugano
    Urs Schnyder - Marco Zürcher, Mirco Bürgi - Anojen Kanagasingam
    [Stephan Klossner, Stefan Horisberger]


    Source: Swiss Football League (sfl.ch)



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  40. According to Spanish press Champions League 1/8 second legs are likely to be resumed on the correspondent stadiums behind closed doors as long as those stadiums fulfill the conditions. QF round and so on to be played in Lisbon (Estádio Da Luz and Estádio José Alvalade) from 12 to 23 of August, single match.

    Less info about Europa League, it seems like UEFA is looking to do a similar thing with Germany (?) as a venue for next rounds.

    Nothing official yet, though

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    1. Official from UEFA!

      2019/20 UEFA Champions League schedule
      7-8 August: Round of 16 second legs (venues to be confirmed)
      12-15 August: Quarter-finals (Lisbon)
      18-19 August: Semi-finals (Lisbon)
      23 August: Final (Lisbon)

      https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/025e-0f9a3f8c5c4d-3323c8a96a4d-1000--when-will-the-champions-league-resume/

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  41. Europa League in Germany, final in Köln. Gdansk final is re-scheduled for 2021.

    2019/20 UEFA Europa League schedule
    5–6 August: Round of 16 (venues to be confirmed)
    10–11 August: Quarter-finals (Cologne, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, Gelsenkirchen)
    16–17 August: Semi-finals (venues to be confirmed)
    21 August: Final (Cologne)

    Round of 16 fixtures will kick off at either 18:55 CET or 21:00 CET, with all subsequent fixtures beginning at 21:00 CET. The date for the quarter-final and semi-final draws will be communicated in due course; the exact match schedule will then follow.

    https://www.uefa.com/uefaeuropaleague/news/025e-0f9a414021a7-00e4ef531ed6-1000--when-will-the-europa-league-resume/?iv=true

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  42. https://imgur.com/a/7Kxbx80https://imgur.com/a/7Kxbx80

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  43. !!BREAKING NEWS!!

    - PORTUGAL -

    F. Veríssimo tests positive for COVID-19, again!

    Fábio Veríssimo returned to training in early June and had four negative tests before being nominated for the first time. This Wednesday, in compliance with the protocol of resumption of competitions, he returned to test positive for covid-19.

    As a precaution and in compliance with the guidelines of the Directorate-General for Health, the FPF Arbitration Council decided to replace Fábio Veríssimo.

    Veríssimo was, in VAR, in the match between SC Braga and Boavista, last week


    New appointment:

    Friday 19th June

    20:00 Vitória de Guimarães - Moreirense
    João Pinheiro - Bruno Rodrigues, Nuno Eiras - Sérgio Guelho
    [André Narciso*, Bruno Jesus]

    22:15 FC Famalicão - SC Braga
    Hugo Miguel* - Nuno Pereira, Pedro Martins - Miguel Nogueira
    [Hélder Malheiro, Rui Cidade]

    * Appointment changed to June 17 at 10 pm André Narciso replaces Hugo Miguel as VAR of the game Vitória SC-Moreirense FC

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