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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #105 on: Sat 28 Jan 2023 19:32 »
Surprised Pawson has a game as he is flying out for the UEFA Seminar, which starts in the first. Probably flies from Heathrow after the game.

It starts tomorrow, finishes on the 1st. Even more surprising!
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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #106 on: Mon 30 Jan 2023 15:14 »
Anyone know who the officials are for Birmingham v Blackburn replay scheduled for tomorrow (31st Jan)?

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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #107 on: Mon 30 Jan 2023 15:25 »
Anyone know who the officials are for Birmingham v Blackburn replay scheduled for tomorrow (31st Jan)?

Referee: Martin, Stephen
Assistant Referee: Leach, Daniel
Assistant Referee: Byrne, George
Fourth Official: Busby, John

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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #108 on: Tue 31 Jan 2023 12:50 »
Before the season, I thought Tierney is the favourite for the FA Cup. I think Attwell is now just as likely.

In terms of assistants, I make Dan Robathan a shoe in. Especially with Tierney/ Attwell. Harry Lennard/ Neil Davies likely.

My Prediction would be

Paul Tierney
Harry Lennard and Dan Robathan
Andy Madley
Neil Davies

Darren England
Any Assistant

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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #109 on: Tue 31 Jan 2023 13:21 »
My predictions for the FA Cup are

Paul Tierney
Constantine Hatzadakis
Neil Davies
4th Darren England
Steven Meredith
VAR: Robert Jones
AVAR: Ian Hussin

For the EFL Cup
Simon Hooper
James Mainwaring
Adrian Holmes
4th Graham Scott
Mark Scholes
VAR Andy Madley
AVAR Harry Lennard

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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #110 on: Tue 31 Jan 2023 14:32 »
My predictions for the FA Cup are

Paul Tierney
Constantine Hatzadakis
Neil Davies
4th Darren England
Steven Meredith
VAR: Robert Jones
AVAR: Ian Hussin

For the EFL Cup
Simon Hooper
James Mainwaring
Adrian Holmes
4th Graham Scott
Mark Scholes
VAR Andy Madley
AVAR Harry Lennard

Hatzidakis has done the final.

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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #111 on: Thu 02 Feb 2023 09:51 »
Replays

Tue 7th Feb 2023
Burnley FC (First Team) v Ipswich Town F.C. (First Team)
FA Cup
Referee: Oldham, Scott
Assistant Referee: Dwyer, Mark
Assistant Referee: Stevens, Mark
Fourth Official: Donohue, Matthew

Fleetwood Town FC (First Team) v Sheffield Wednesday FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Bond, Darren
Assistant Referee: Dermott, Philip
Assistant Referee: Karaivanov, Hristo
Fourth Official: Parsons, Thomas

Grimsby Town FC (First Team) v Luton Town (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Barrott, Sam
Assistant Referee: Fyvie, Graeme
Assistant Referee: Khan, Abbas
Fourth Official: Kitchen, Andrew

Sheffield United FC (First Team) v Wrexham FC (First Team)               Live on ITV4
FA Cup    
Referee: Doughty, Leigh
Assistant Referee: Hudson, Shaun
Assistant Referee: Hunt, Jonathan
Fourth Official: Backhouse, Anthony

Wed 8th Feb 2023
Sunderland AFC (First Team) v Fulham (First Team)                        Live on BBC One
FA Cup    
Referee: Robinson, Tim
Assistant Referee: Greenhalgh, Nick
Assistant Referee: Howson, Akil
Fourth Official: Simpson, Jeremy

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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #112 on: Thu 02 Feb 2023 10:02 »
Would Oldham be a contender for promotion soon? Another good appt for him. Doughty with the pick of the games. Robinson with a TV game alongside an SG1 assistant 👀👀
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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #113 on: Thu 02 Feb 2023 18:07 »
A long trek for Robinson to the SoL.

Simpson in attendance too 🙄

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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #114 on: Mon 06 Feb 2023 10:21 »
Indeed, Walsall are not happy at all that their game v Leicester was overlooked for main live BBC/ITV showing, although it is on the BBC red button coverage. The very similar looking Gillingham v Leicester match was chosen from a pool of 32 games in round 3 and Man Utd v Reading has zero interest for any neutral yet has been picked ahead of it in round 4.

Walsall do get Gavin Ward for his first game there for almost 7 years, so every cloud and all that ! :-X


I think it's very likely a Manchester United game would rate higher than Walsall v Leicester, which is always going to be a prime consideration for ITV as a commercial broadcaster. If the FA want the TV companies to bid for the rights and give the cup some prominence then they'll need to have some acceptance that teams like Manchester United and Liverpool are likely to be regularly shown.

The BBC had Preston V Spurs, Accrington Stanley V Leeds and the exciting Wrexham V Sheffield United on BBC1, so the traditional cup tie element was certainly well covered. And of course we're getting more live games from the FA Cup than ever before really, with comprehensive Free To Air coverage. 15 years ago you'd have had 3 live games on BBC1 and 1 on Sky and that would be it, whereas now there's 3 on BBC1, 4 across ITV and a bonus one on the BBC red button.

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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #115 on: Mon 06 Feb 2023 17:37 »
A long trek for Robinson to the SoL.

Simpson in attendance too 🙄



Fourth time for Tim Robinson this season I think.


I hope he is wrapped in cotton wool because the thought of Simpson harrassing Sunderland again from the middle is a scary thought.
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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #116 on: Tue 07 Feb 2023 22:45 »

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Sheffield United FC (First Team) v Wrexham FC (First Team)               Live on ITV4
FA Cup    
Referee: Doughty, Leigh
Assistant Referee: Hudson, Shaun
Assistant Referee: Hunt, Jonathan
Fourth Official: Backhouse, Anthony

Heard good things about Doughty tonight. Didn't watch myself but was told he was excellent and consistent throughout. 2 excellent performances from 2 SG2 officials in both editions off this fixture by the sounds of it.
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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #117 on: Tue 07 Feb 2023 23:01 »
First penalty has been questioned

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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #118 on: Tue 07 Feb 2023 23:15 »
First penalty has been questioned
There was no problem with the offence, there was doubt where it occurred, was it just outside the area, was it on the line, did it start outside and continue into the box. Whichever way you view the offence it was very marginal and i would tend to say the referee was correct in his decision to award the penalty. This would have been a difficult decision for var too, had it been in operation.
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Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
« Reply #119 on: Wed 08 Feb 2023 12:30 »
First time watching Scott Oldham in the flesh last night

Disappointed with his performance

The only positive was his fitness and keeping up with play

He allowed the tempo to be taken out the game by Ipswich tactics.
Goalkeeper and players going down injured then coming back on like nothing had happened

Subs being allowed to walk across the full pitch and then Burnley players getting annoyed with this.

Scott watched the goalkeeper and throwing takers take ages over them without nothing being said

Hopefully for SG2 or above for the next round.



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