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Fri 4th Jan 2020
AFC Bournemouth (First Team) v Luton Town (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: England, Darren
Assistant Referee: Massey-Ellis, Sian
Assistant Referee: Smith, Rob
Fourth Official: Woolmer, Andy
Video Assistant Referee: Taylor, Anthony
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Nunn, Adam

Sat 4th Jan 2020
Birmingham City F C (First Team) v Blackburn Rovers FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Langford, Oliver
Assistant Referee: Hyde, Robert
Assistant Referee: Smith, Wade
Fourth Official: Swallow, Elliott

Brentford FC (First Team) v Stoke City FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Stroud, Keith
Assistant Referee: Russell, Geoffrey
Assistant Referee: Plane, Steven
Fourth Official: Swabey, Lee

Brighton & Hove Albion FC (First Team) v Sheffield Wednesday FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Marriner, Andre
Assistant Referee: Ledger, Scott
Assistant Referee: Cooper, Ian
Fourth Official: Davies, Andy
Video Assistant Referee: Friend, Kevin
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Beck, Simon

Bristol City FC (First Team) v Shrewsbury Town FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Busby, John
Assistant Referee: Fox, Andrew
Assistant Referee: Wilding, Darren
Fourth Official: Durkin, James

Burnley FC (First Team) v Peterborough United FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Jones, Robert
Assistant Referee: Hussin, Ian
Assistant Referee: Greenhalgh, Nick
Fourth Official: Donohue, Matthew
Video Assistant Referee: Dean, Michael
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Kirkup, Peter

Cardiff City FC (First Team) v Carlisle United (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Eltringham, Geoff
Assistant Referee: Pottage, Mark
Assistant Referee: Shaw, Simon
Fourth Official: Yianni, Savvas

Fleetwood Town FC (First Team) v Portsmouth FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Edwards, Marc
Assistant Referee: Fyvie, Graeme
Assistant Referee: Clayton, Alan
Fourth Official: Parsons, Thomas

Fulham (First Team) v Aston Villa FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Pawson, Craig
Assistant Referee: Cann, Darren
Assistant Referee: Wild, Richard
Fourth Official: Johnson, Kevin

Leicester City FC (First Team) v Wigan Athletic FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Hooper, Simon
Assistant Referee: Eaton, Derek
Assistant Referee: Hodskinson, Paul
Fourth Official: Boyeson, Carl
Video Assistant Referee: Bankes, Peter
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Smart, Edward

Manchester City FC (First Team) v Port Vale FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Mason, Lee
Assistant Referee: Hopton, Nick
Assistant Referee: Waters, Adrian
Fourth Official: Stockbridge, Sebastian
Video Assistant Referee: Dean, Michael
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Robathan, Daniel

Millwall FC (First Team) v Newport County AFC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Harrington, Tony
Assistant Referee: Crysell, Adam
Assistant Referee: George, Michael
Fourth Official: Kinseley, Nicholas

Oxford United (First Team) v Hartlepool United FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Salisbury, Michael
Assistant Referee: Byrne, George
Assistant Referee: Jones, Matthew
Fourth Official: Purkiss, Sam

Preston North End FC (First Team) v Norwich City FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Atkinson, Martin
Assistant Referee: Lennard, Harry
Assistant Referee: Mainwaring, James
Fourth Official: Adcock, James

Reading FC (First Team) v Blackpool FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Brooks, John
Assistant Referee: Meredith, Steven
Assistant Referee: Webb, Michael
Fourth Official: Jackson, Scott

Rochdale AFC (First Team) v Newcastle United FC (First Team)    Live on BT Sport 1
FA Cup    
Referee: Coote, David
Assistant Referee: Burt, Stuart
Assistant Referee: Dermott, Philip
Fourth Official: Oldham, Scott

Rotherham United FC (First Team) v Hull City (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Backhouse, Anthony
Assistant Referee: Aspinall, Natalie
Assistant Referee: Edwards, Helen
Fourth Official: Hull, Joe

Southampton FC (First Team) v Huddersfield Town FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Robinson, Tim
Assistant Referee: Scholes, Mark
Assistant Referee: Wood, Timothy
Fourth Official: Sarginson, Christopher
Video Assistant Referee: Moss, Jonathan
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Perry, Marc

Watford FC (First Team) v Tranmere Rovers FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Scott, Graham
Assistant Referee: Davies, Neil
Assistant Referee: Venamore, Lee
Fourth Official: Finnie, Will
Video Assistant Referee: Madley, Andrew
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Robathan, Daniel

Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (First Team) v Manchester United FC (First Team)         Live on BT Sport 1
FA Cup    
Referee: Tierney, Paul
Assistant Referee: Betts, Lee
Assistant Referee: Hatzidakis, Constantine
Fourth Official: Kavanagh, Chris
Video Assistant Referee: Oliver, Michael
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Halliday, Andrew

Sun 5th Jan 2020
Bristol Rovers FC (First Team) v Coventry City FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Ward, Gavin
Assistant Referee: Dabbs, Robert
Assistant Referee: Ogles, Samuel
Fourth Official: Young, Alan

Burton Albion FC (First Team) v Northampton Town FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Simpson, Jeremy
Assistant Referee: Ford, Declan
Assistant Referee: Smallwood, Billy
Fourth Official: Speedie, Benjamin

Charlton Athletic FC (First Team) v West Bromwich Albion FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Webb, David
Assistant Referee: Foley, Matt
Assistant Referee: Gill, Bhupinder
Fourth Official: Breakspear, Charles

Chelsea (First Team) v Nottingham Forest F.C. (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Bankes, Peter
Assistant Referee: Smart, Edward
Assistant Referee: Kane, Graham
Fourth Official: Hair, Neil
Video Assistant Referee: Brooks, John
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Halliday, Andrew

Crewe Alexandra FC (First Team) v Barnsley FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Linington, James
Assistant Referee: Brown, Conor
Assistant Referee: Moore, Anthony
Fourth Official: Copeland, Steven

Crystal Palace FC (First Team) v Derby County FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Oliver, Michael
Assistant Referee: Bennett, Simon
Assistant Referee: Lewis, Sam
Fourth Official: Coggins, Antony
Video Assistant Referee: Coote, David
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Hatzidakis, Constantine

Gillingham FC (First Team) v West Ham United (First Team)    Live on BT Sport 1
FA Cup    
Referee: Madley, Andrew
Assistant Referee: Robathan, Daniel
Assistant Referee: Howson, Akil
Fourth Official: Whitestone, Dean

Liverpool FC (First Team) v Everton FC (First Team)    Live on BBC One
FA Cup    
Referee: Moss, Jonathan
Assistant Referee: Cook, Dan
Assistant Referee: Perry, Marc
Fourth Official: Atkinson, Martin
Video Assistant Referee: Kavanagh, Chris
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Scholes, Mark

MIDDLESBROUGH (First Team) v Tottenham Hotspur (First Team)     Live on BT Sport 1
FA Cup    
Referee: Attwell, Stuart
Assistant Referee: West, Richard
Assistant Referee: Holmes, Adrian
Fourth Official: Bond, Darren

Queens Park Rangers FC (First Team) v Swansea City FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Martin, Stephen
Assistant Referee: Lugg, Nigel
Assistant Referee: Fitch-Jackson, Carl
Fourth Official: Wood, Lloyd

Sheffield United FC (First Team) v AFC Fylde (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Gillett, Jarred
Assistant Referee: Kirkup, Peter
Assistant Referee: Leach, Daniel
Fourth Official: Toner, Ben
Video Assistant Referee: Scott, Graham
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Davies, Neil

Mon 6th Jan 2020
Arsenal (First Team) v Leeds United AFC (First Team)     Live on BBC One
FA Cup    
Referee: Taylor, Anthony
Assistant Referee: Beswick, Gary
Assistant Referee: Nunn, Adam
Fourth Official: Friend, Kevin
Video Assistant Referee: Attwell, Stuart
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Perry, Marc
« Last Edit: Tue 14 Jan 2020 19:15 by aaa »

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Jon Moss... really!!!  >:(  :o  :-\
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Darren England, Rob Jones and Tim Robinson fly the flag for the SG2s at PL grounds, all of course with VAR. Rob and Tim have already had PL trials.

John Busby, Marc Edwards, Michael Salisbury and Anthony Backhouse are the FL reps in this round, although Michael and Anthony will have had Championship experience by then. I know nothing about Marc.... ? 

Last season, Crystal Palace had Atko for their home 3rd round tie v Grimsby, this season we have Michael Oliver for a fairly run-of-the-mill tie v Derby. Should we be flattered or is there something we don't know on the terraces at Selhurst Park?  ;D
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Darren England, Rob Jones and Tim Robinson fly the flag for the SG2s at PL grounds, all of course with VAR. Rob and Tim have already had PL trials.

John Busby, Marc Edwards, Michael Salisbury and Anthony Backhouse are the FL reps in this round, although Michael and Anthony will have had Championship experience by then. I know nothing about Marc.... ? 

Last season, Crystal Palace had Atko for their home 3rd round tie v Grimsby, this season we have Michael Oliver for a fairly run-of-the-mill tie v Derby. Should we be flattered or is there something we don't know on the terraces at Selhurst Park?  ;D

Marc Edwards is the husband of Helen Edwards (nee Byrne)
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Darren England, Rob Jones and Tim Robinson fly the flag for the SG2s at PL grounds, all of course with VAR. Rob and Tim have already had PL trials.

John Busby, Marc Edwards, Michael Salisbury and Anthony Backhouse are the FL reps in this round, although Michael and Anthony will have had Championship experience by then. I know nothing about Marc.... ? 

Last season, Crystal Palace had Atko for their home 3rd round tie v Grimsby, this season we have Michael Oliver for a fairly run-of-the-mill tie v Derby. Should we be flattered or is there something we don't know on the terraces at Selhurst Park?  ;D

Plus Jarred Gillett at Bramall Lane

Do people think we could be seeing both Gillett and England with PL games in the New Year?
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A bit surprised they're continuing to use VAR at every PL ground in the FA Cup, given they've stopped doing that in the League Cup. It's good to see that they're giving SG2 referees use of VAR this time too and no surprise to me that it's England, Jones, Robinson and Gillett who are chosen.

Good to see Coote, Madley and Attwell get a go on live games but less convinced about Moss!

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Very interesting set of appointments:

Robinson, Jones, England and Gillett all get games at PL grounds and opportunities to practice using VAR. Surely a sign that these 4 gents are considered as the next SG1 officials. Indeed, with VAR likely to stay, 4 promotions would be a decent number to help relieve the pressure on an overstretched SG1. I would expect England and Gillett to get a PL match early in the new year. Indeed, I hope Mike Riley continues to utilise these officials in the PL. Jones certainly deserves another game after a decent performance this weekend.

The TV games show a decent spread of appointments. Madley and Coote both get the chance to show off their shiny new white badges on BT. Moss was certainly not who I would ever have expected to get this particular match but I hope all goes well for him!

As for NL representatives in this round, John Busby gets another decent game and Marc Edwards has got to be the shock of the round. A first year ref getting a 3rd round middle is unheard of. Surely a sign that he has settled to life well in the EFL (not that I’m surprised having ran the line to him on a number of occasions - top ref and top bloke!)
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Very interesting set of appointments:

Robinson, Jones, England and Gillett all get games at PL grounds and opportunities to practice using VAR. Surely a sign that these 4 gents are considered as the next SG1 officials. Indeed, with VAR likely to stay, 4 promotions would be a decent number to help relieve the pressure on an overstretched SG1. I would expect England and Gillett to get a PL match early in the new year. Indeed, I hope Mike Riley continues to utilise these officials in the PL. Jones certainly deserves another game after a decent performance this weekend.

The TV games show a decent spread of appointments. Madley and Coote both get the chance to show off their shiny new white badges on BT. Moss was certainly not who I would ever have expected to get this particular match but I hope all goes well for him!

As for NL representatives in this round, John Busby gets another decent game and Marc Edwards has got to be the shock of the round. A first year ref getting a 3rd round middle is unheard of. Surely a sign that he has settled to life well in the EFL (not that I’m surprised having ran the line to him on a number of occasions - top ref and top bloke!)

Saw John Busby at Crewe on News year day, missed two blatant elbows to the face, and didn't really inspire confidence missed numerous fouls during the game, so surprised to see he has a 3rd round cup appointment.

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I've seen John Busby a few times and if I have a criticism of him it is that he's very lenient. He seems to be at the other end of the scale to the likes of Breakspear and Young.

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It looks as though one of the assistants has taken ill at half time at Brammall Lane leaving Ben Toner to run the line for the second half

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Very interesting set of appointments:

Robinson, Jones, England and Gillett all get games at PL grounds and opportunities to practice using VAR. Surely a sign that these 4 gents are considered as the next SG1 officials. Indeed, with VAR likely to stay, 4 promotions would be a decent number to help relieve the pressure on an overstretched SG1. I would expect England and Gillett to get a PL match early in the new year. Indeed, I hope Mike Riley continues to utilise these officials in the PL. Jones certainly deserves another game after a decent performance this weekend.

The TV games show a decent spread of appointments. Madley and Coote both get the chance to show off their shiny new white badges on BT. Moss was certainly not who I would ever have expected to get this particular match but I hope all goes well for him!

As for NL representatives in this round, John Busby gets another decent game and Marc Edwards has got to be the shock of the round. A first year ref getting a 3rd round middle is unheard of. Surely a sign that he has settled to life well in the EFL (not that I’m surprised having ran the line to him on a number of occasions - top ref and top bloke!)

Saw John Busby at Crewe on News year day, missed two blatant elbows to the face, and didn't really inspire confidence missed numerous fouls during the game, so surprised to see he has a 3rd round cup appointment.

I missed that one due to illness. I was however at Crewe this afternoon and thought that James Linington had a reasonable enough game although how he failed to issue a yellow card to a Barnsley player in the 1st half for a crude lunge, I do not know. However he didn't miss much else and kept the game moving, thus ensuring entertainment for both sets of fans. If you can stay awake long enough, have a look at Barnsley's third goal on MOTD. Bizarre is all I'll say!

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Very interesting set of appointments:

Robinson, Jones, England and Gillett all get games at PL grounds and opportunities to practice using VAR. Surely a sign that these 4 gents are considered as the next SG1 officials. Indeed, with VAR likely to stay, 4 promotions would be a decent number to help relieve the pressure on an overstretched SG1. I would expect England and Gillett to get a PL match early in the new year. Indeed, I hope Mike Riley continues to utilise these officials in the PL. Jones certainly deserves another game after a decent performance this weekend.

The TV games show a decent spread of appointments. Madley and Coote both get the chance to show off their shiny new white badges on BT. Moss was certainly not who I would ever have expected to get this particular match but I hope all goes well for him!

As for NL representatives in this round, John Busby gets another decent game and Marc Edwards has got to be the shock of the round. A first year ref getting a 3rd round middle is unheard of. Surely a sign that he has settled to life well in the EFL (not that I’m surprised having ran the line to him on a number of occasions - top ref and top bloke!)

Saw John Busby at Crewe on News year day, missed two blatant elbows to the face, and didn't really inspire confidence missed numerous fouls during the game, so surprised to see he has a 3rd round cup appointment.

I missed that one due to illness. I was however at Crewe this afternoon and thought that James Linington had a reasonable enough game although how he failed to issue a yellow card to a Barnsley player in the 1st half for a crude lunge, I do not know. However he didn't miss much else and kept the game moving, thus ensuring entertainment for both sets of fans. If you can stay awake long enough, have a look at Barnsley's third goal on MOTD. Bizarre is all I'll say!

I think Linington is a good solid and much underrated ref and am a bit surprised that his name never seems to be mentioned when the usual names of potential PL refs - Robinson, England, Brooke’s etc - are trotted out. He doesn’t seem to have many bad games or court controversy like some.

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Plus Jarred Gillett at Bramall Lane

Do people think we could be seeing both Gillett and England with PL games in the New Year?

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It looks as though one of the assistants has taken ill at half time at Brammall Lane leaving Ben Toner to run the line for the second half

From the BBC site:

'Is there a qualified referee in the house?'
There was one moment of drama for the officials as United went through, with assistant referee Daniel Leach having to be substituted at half-time because of illness.
An appeal was put out over the public address system asking for any qualified match officials in the stadium to make themselves known to a steward.
Tyler Machin, watching from the stand, answered the call, making it a busy day for the teenager as he had refereed a local league match in Worksop in the morning.
Machin took over as fourth official, with Ben Toner stepping up from that role to run the line in the second half.