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NBI season 2021/22
« on: Sat 26 Jun 2021 20:23 »
The new season kicks off on 31st July. The fixtures are out, I've just finished adding them all to the website.

There are 12 teams and the season lasts for 33 games. Each team plays each other 3 times. The normal home and away tie but the 3rd game is no longer determined as being home/away by league position in the previous year.  The Federation did not state at the AGM how it would be determined though and I really can't be bothered to study the fixtures list to see if there is a pattern to the 3rd games!

The bottom 2 teams will be demoted to the NBII.

If 2 teams end up on the same number of points the position is decided in this order:
1. number of wins
2. goal difference
3. goals scored
4. points gathered against each other
5. goal difference against each other
6. away goals against each other
7. better fair play position in the league
8. random draw

European places:
The league Champions go into the Champions League qualifying stage.
2nd place, 3rd place & the winners of the Magyar Kupa go into the Europa League conference league. If the team who win the Magyar Kupa also finish in one of the top 3 spots then whoever finishes 4th will take the final Europa League spot.

In the Magyar Kupa:
In the early rounds of the cup games the lower division team is always at home. When the draw is made, they don't do it 1st team out of the hat is at home and 2nd away, instead they get the pairing of teams and then the lower division team are made the home team and if the teams are in the same division then the 1st out of the hat is at home.  This is for 2 main reasons, firstly the home team gets the revenue so it's a way to ensure any monies made go to the lower division team, who like here, need it more than the bigger clubs but it's also the Federations way to encourage supporters to go along to non league and lower division grounds. Nice way to do it, imo. The latter stages of the cup are 2 legged (from round 9-11) so each team gets a home & away tie.

There are 12 rounds in total. The NBI clubs join in from Round 6. The most important rounds are Round 9 - the last 16, Round 10 - quarterfinals and Round 11 - semi finals. The final reverts back to a single leg and is played at the National Team Stadium.

The away goal rule comes into play during Rounds 9-11. A game will only go to extra time/penalties if both teams have the same number of away goals. Throws me every year!!

NBI referees don't typically referee any matches until Round 9, the earlier rounds are normally handled by the NBII & NBIII referees.  here has been no word from the MLSZ if VAR will be used in the Magyar Kupa - AARs were used from Round 9 onwards in previous years so if VAR is used then it will be from round 9 onwards I expect.

In general

They structure the leagues so that each tier of the game kicks off on different days/times. You could across a weekend go to a non-league game, NBI, NBII & NBIII game with no clash of kick off times etc The lower league teams (NBIII & below) never have evening games because they don't have floodlights. A lot of the grounds are literally a field - it's great!

VAR
VAR will be implemented from this season.  All NBI and NBII referees, who acted as AAR in the NBI, have now done the VAR course or will have done it by the start of the season - the final course running this weekend. We do not have a dedicated unit set up at Kanai Utca (where the MLSZ is based), we will be using the mobile units with specially kitted out vans. We have 3 of them. No word on where they will be stationed for each match, I would assume the car park of the home team so they can tap directly into the internet there as the internet is not perhaps as strong and reliable as in the UK for example.  There is an article here, in English: https://www.hungarianfootball.com/2021/06/27/var-confirmed-for-the-upcoming-nbi-season/

Please note the lovely Mr Solymosi even wore red for the training! There is a man well trained

Referee Committee

We have a newly appointed referee committee from 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2025

Berzi Sándor (Chairman)
Gaál Gyöngyi Krisztina
Hanacsek Attila
Juhos Attila
Kurmai Zoltán  <---- new appointment
Piller Sándor
Szarka Zoltán
Tóth Vencel  <---- takes over Mr Puhl's role.  He took it over on a temporary basis while Mr Puhl was in hospital.

This will be the first season in about 40 years with no Mr Puhl. That will take some getting used to. I didn't always agree with him, we didn't always like each other very much either but I always had a huge amount of respect for him and his many achievements in and contributions to refereeing. I believe there will be 1 mins silence/applause for him at every match in round 1. I hope to be in Hungary for that weekend.

Happy bmb is very happy as the lovely Mr Solymosi is confirmed as continuing until at least December!
« Last Edit: Sun 27 Jun 2021 22:40 by bmb »
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #1 on: Sat 26 Jun 2021 20:24 »
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #2 on: Sat 26 Jun 2021 20:24 »
Click the link on the name and it will take you to the club page on the English speaking Hungarian football website for a more indepth look at each club, including their full honours.

Budapest clubs for derby matches: Ferencváros, MTK Budapest (v Ferencváros is Hungary’s oldest football rivalry – since 1903), Budapest Honvéd & Újpest (Hungary's biggest rivalry v Ferencváros - since 1930)


Ferencvárosi TC

Ferencvárosi Torna Club, known as Ferencváros were founded in 1899 by Ferenc Springer and a group of local residents of Budapest’s ninth district, Ferencváros. Ferencváros have played in the NBI since its inception in 1901, except for three seasons between 2006 and 2009. Ferencváros is the most successful Hungarian team both domestically and internationally.

Manager: Peter Stöger
Last season: Champions
Leading scorer: Myrto Uzuni – 12 goals
Stadium: Groupama Aréna, Budapest
Capacity: 22,000
Located: Budapest, District IX
Nickname: Fradi

Puskás Akadémia FC

Puskás Ferenc Labdarugó Akadémia, commonly known as Puskás Akadémia FC or simply Puskás Akadémia, were founded in 2005 in Felcsút, Hungary. The aim of the founders was to establish an academy for Videoton (Now MOL Fehérvár) and to establish a fitting memorial to former Hungarian national footballer Ferenc Puskás, despite the team not actually having any academy players or Ferenc Puskás having any links to either Videoton or Felcsút! For this reason alone they are hated and mocked in Hungary with the vast majority of fans refusing to use the made up name and simply referring to them instead as Felcsút.

Manager: Zsolt Hornyak
Last season: 2nd
Leading scorer: Josip Knezevic – 9 goals
Stadium: Pancho Aréna, Felcsút
Capacity: 3,816
Location: Felcsút, Fejér County (about 45km W and slightly south of Budapest)
Nickname: Felcsút

MOL Fehérvár

Fehérvár was founded in 1941 as Székesfehérvári Vadásztölténygyár SK. After several name changes, adopting the term Videoton, the team played in the 1968 season but were immediately relegated. Their first domestic success occurred in the 1975–76 season when they finished 2nd. Fehérvár’s biggest domestic success happened in the 2010–11 season when they finished first. The club are based in Székesfehérvár, in Fejér County, Hungary.

Manager: Zoltán Kovács István Sallói
Last season: 3rd
Leading scorer: Nemanja Nikolic 15 goals
Stadium: MOL Aréna Sósto
Capacity: 14,201
Located: Székesfehérvár, Fejér County (About 65 km SE of Budapest)
Nickname: Vidi/Videoton

Paksi FC

In 1952 the Paksi Sportegyesület was formed and began competing at a county level in Tolna county. They played at either a county or lower national level until 2006 when they won promotion to the Borsodi Liga, or NB I, for the first time.

The nickname of the club is Atomcsapat (in English “Nuclear Team”) which stems from the fact that the only nuclear power in Hungary is based in Paks.

Manager: György Bognár
Last season: 4th
Leading scorer: Janos Hahn – 22 goals
Stadium: Fehérvári úti Stadion, Paks
Capacity: 6,150
Location: Paks, Tolna county, 100 km south of Budapest
Nickname: Atomcsapat. Normally referred to as just Paks.

Kisvárda Master Good

Kisvárda FC, later known as Várda SE, were founded in 1911 as Kisvárdai Sport Egyesület (KSE). On 1 April 1970 the football team was merged with other local sports clubs forming the Kisvárda Sports Association. Despite this KSE were closed in 2001 due to financial problems. A new football club was formed in 2003 called Várda SE was formed in 2003 only in Kisvárda.

In 2013, when the team won promotion to the NB II, the club decided to re-name Kisvárda on the basis of historical traditions and replace the former Várda SE coat of arms. Since the 2013–14 season, the official name of the club is Kisvárda Master Good FC.

Manager: Joao Janeiro
Last season: 5th
Leading scorer: Claudiu-Vasile Bumba; Jaroslav Navrátil; Fernando Viana – 4 goals
Stadium: Várkert Sportpálya, Kisvárda
Capacity: 2,750
Location: Kisvárda, Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county. NE Hungary near the border of Slovakia and Ukraine, around 280km from Budapest.
Nickname: Kisvárda

Újpest

Formed in 1885, Újpest, are the longest running football club in Hungary. They reached the first division of the Hungarian League in 1905 and have only been relegated once since then (1910/11). The club has been a member of the first division for 110 consecutive years. Újpest have been Hungarian champions twenty times, have won the Magyar Kupa ten times and the Szuperkupa three times. In international competitions Újpest are two-times winners of the Mitropa Cup and winners of the 1930 Coupe des Nations. They also reached the semi-finals of the European Cup 1973–74 and the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup 1961–62, and were runners-up in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1968–69. Since 17 September 1922 their home ground has been the Szusza Ferenc Stadion in Újpest, previously known as Megyeri úti stadium, it was named after the club’s legendary player, Ferenc Szusza in October 2003.

Manager: Michael Oenning
Last season: 6th
Leading scorer: Giorgi Beridze – 10 goals
Stadium: Szusza Ferenc Stadion
Capacity: 14,817
Location: Budapest, District IV.
Nickname: Lilák

MTK Budapest

Magyar Testgyakorlók Köre Budapest Futball Club (Hungarian Practitioners Circle Budapest Football Club) based in Józsefváros.

They are one of the most successful Hungarian football clubs, MTK has won the Hungarian League 23 times and the Hungarian Cup 12 times. The club has also won the Hungarian Super Cup 2 times. In 1955, as Vörös Lobogó SE, they became the first Hungarian team to play in the European Cup and in 1964 they finished as runners-up in the European Cup Winners’ Cup after losing to Sporting Clube de Portugal in the final.

The club founded the Sándor Károly Football Academy in 2001. The Academy also has a partnership agreement with English club Liverpool F.C.

Manager: Giovanni Costantino
Last season: 7th
Top Scorer: Szabolcs Gergő Schön; Roland Varga – 9 goals
Stadium: Hidegkuti Nándor Stadion
Capacity: 5,322
Location: Budapest, District VIII

Mezőkövesd Zsóry

Mezőkövesdi Sport Egyesület were founded on 31 January 1975.The team name comes from the Zsóry family who founded the thermal baths that brought wealth to the town of Mezőkövesd.

On 5 June 2016 Mezőkövesdi SE hosted Dunaújváros PASE on the 30th match day in the 2015–16 NBII season at the newly built Mezőkövesdi Városi Stadion. The match was won by the home team which also resulted the club’s promotion to the 2016–17 NBI.

Manager: Attila Pintér
Last season: 8th
Leading scorer: Dino Beširović, Tamás Cseri, Marin Jurina – 6 goals
Stadium: Mezőkövesd Városi Stadion, Mezőkövesd
Capacity: 5,000
Located: Mezőkövesd, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County around 130km NE Budapest (more East than North!)
Nickname: Mezo for short

Zalaegerszegi TE (ZTE)

Zalaegerszegi Torna Egylet (ZTE) were formed in 1920 although can trace their roots back to 1912, during the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Their progress was halted by the outbreak of World War I. ZTE’s league history began in 1924, when they joined the Hungarian second division. The club won the title a decade later and entered the top flight in 1934. However, the start of World War II under the regime of Admiral Miklós Horthy saw ZTE’s field and equipment confiscated. After the war, in 1957, ZTE merged with two other local teams, signalling the rebirth of the club.

Manager: Róbert Waltner
Last season: 9th
Leading scorer: Regő Szánthó – 10 goals
Stadium: ZTE Aréna, Zalaegerszeg
Capacity: 11,200
Location: Zalaegerszeg, Zala county, West Hungary. About 230km South West of Budapest

Budapest Honvéd

Originally formed in 1909 as Kispest AC, they became Kispest FC in 1926 before reverting to their original name in 1944. The team enjoyed a golden age during the 1950s when it was renamed Budapesti Honvéd SE and became the Hungarian Army team.

The club’s top players from this era, Ferenc Puskás, Sándor Kocsis, József Bozsik, Zoltán Czibor, and Gyula Grosics formed the nucleus of the legendary Hungarian team known as the Mighty Magyars and helped the club win the Hungarian League four times during the 1950s.

Manager: Ferenc Horváth
Last season: 10th
Leading scorer: Dániel Gazdag – 13 goals
Stadium: Bozsik Aréna
Capacity: 8,200
Location: Budapest, District XIX
Nickname: Kispest

Debreceni VSC

Debreceni Vasutas Sport Club were formed on 12 March 1902. The club first reached the NBI in the 1943–44 season. Debrecen rose to domestic prominence in the early 2000s when they won their first Hungarian league title in 2004–05 season. Since then the club managed to win seven titles in the 2010s total, making them the most successful club in Hungary since 2000.

At international level, Debrecen reached their biggest success when they managed to reach the 2009–10 UEFA Champions League group stage. The following year the reached the group stages of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League group stage.

Manager: Szabolcs Huszti
Last season: NBII champions – promoted
Leading scorer: Donát Bárány – 15 goals
Stadium: Nagyerdei Stadion, Debrecen
Capacity: 20,340
Location: Debrecen, Hajdú-Bihar County. East Hungary near the border with Romania. Approx 230km east of Budapest.
Nickname: DVSC

Gyirmót FC Győr

Gyirmót FC Győr are based in Gyirmót, a suburb of Győr. The club was founded in 1993 and its colors are yellow and blue.

In the 2014–15 Nemzeti Bajnokság II season Gyirmót could not get promoted to the first division since they collected only two points in their last three matches. On the 28th day they lost at home to Sopron (0–1), drew with Mezőkövesd (2–2), and drew with Siófok (2–2). They finished third in the 2014–15 season.

Manager: Aurél Csertői
Last season: NBII – runners up – promoted
Top Scorer: Barnabás Varga – 12 goals
Stadium: Ménfői úti Stadion ( Alcufer Stadion )
Capacity: 4,500
Location: Gyirmót, Győr.  Győr-Moson-Sopron County. 150km North West of Budapest.
Nickname: Gyirmót
« Last Edit: Sat 24 Jul 2021 22:01 by bmb »
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #3 on: Sat 26 Jun 2021 20:25 »
FIFA Referees
Tamás Bognár (1 cat)
István Vad  (1 cat)
Ádám Farkas  (2 cat)
Balázs Berke  (3 cat)
Ferenc Karakó  (3 cat)
Gergő Bogár  (3 cat)

NBI Referees
Ádám Pillók
Bence Csonka
Csaba Pintér
József Erdős
Mihály Káprály
Péter Antal
Péter Solymosi
Péter Zierkelbach
Sándor Andó-Szabó
Zoltán Iványi

NBII Referees Were AAR's in the NBI last season - might feature as 4O but no confirmation yet
Attila Molnár
Ádám Németh
Ádám Radványi
Bence Hanyecz
Eszter Urbán
Gábor Oláh
János Takács
József Ducsai
Katalin Kulcsár
László Lovas
Sándor Szilágyi II
Szabolcs Szilasi

FIFA Assistant Referees
Balázs Buzás
Balázs Szalai
Balázs Szert
Gergő Vígh-Tarsonyi
István Albert
Norbert Bornemissza
Péter Garai
Péter Kóbor
Theodoros Georgiou
Vencel Tóth II

NBI Assistant Referees
Balázs Farkas
Balázs Huszár
Dániel Szalai
Gergely Becséri
István Szécsényi
János Medovarszki
József Aradi
Krisztián Király
Róbert Horváth
Tamás Márkus
Tibor Csatári
Zoltán Horváth (F)
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #4 on: Fri 23 Jul 2021 16:52 »
Only 7 more sleeps until the proper football is back!

Our first round games order has been confirmed, KO times CET:

Friday 30th
18.15 Paks v Mezőkövesd
20.30 Gyirmót v MTK

Saturday 31st
17.45 Fradi v Kisvárda
20.00 Kispest v DVSC

Sunday 1st
17.45 ZTE v Vidi
20.00 Lilák v Felcsút

I can't wait!
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #5 on: Fri 23 Jul 2021 17:35 »
Our pre-season training camp is currently ongoing, it started yesterday at Telki. The NBI & NBII referees are training together. id. Tóth Vencel is running it.

Thursday:
7am - fitness tests
3pm - Official camp opening address (Berzi Sándor)
4.30pm - Group evaluation of framework (Hanacsek A., Kurmai Z., Vavika F., Gaál Gy., id. Tóth Vencel)
6pm - Individual evaluation of framework (Hanacsek A., Kurmai Z., Vavika F., Gaál Gy., id. Tóth Vencel)

Friday:
9am - Group evaluation of framework (Hanacsek A., Kurmai Z., Vavika F., Gaál Gy., id. Tóth Vencel)
10.30 - theoretical test
11.30-12.20 - VAR test (NBI inspectors and VAR/AVAR/VAROP)
3pm - presentation of VAR (Hanacsek Attila)
4.30pm - LOTG changes  (Juhos Attila, Szarka Zoltán)
6pm - VAR car practice, video test.

Saturday
9am - VAR system (video test evaluation for inspectors)
10.30am - Group session
3pm - group session
4.30pm - conclusions
6pm - conclusions

Sunday
9am - Group session
10.30am - conclusions
3pm - Evaluation of tests. Official closing of the training camp.

id. is a generational indicator so it's the senior Tóth Vencel as opposed to his son who was Kassai Viktor's AR2 - he'd be ifj.
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #6 on: Thu 29 Jul 2021 22:14 »
It would seem that the MLSZ are not going to be publishing who is acting as VAR/AVAR or VRO for games, the official website still shows AAR’s so it seems no-one has got around to updating it regarding the changes. There again as they forgot to update the competition rules to include VARs, until a panicked urgent update in the past 24 hours, this comes as no surprise!!

Paks v Mezőkövesd Zsóry
2021.07.30 – 18:15
Paks, Paksi FC Stadion
Referee:Berke Balázs
4O: Pillók Ádám
AR: Király Krisztián, Huszár Balázs

Gyirmót FC Győr v MTK Budapest
2021.07.30 – 20:30
Győr, Alcufer Stadion
Referee: Zierkelbach Péter
4O: Urbán Eszter
AR: Szalai Dániel, Becséri Gergely

Ferencváros v Kisvárda Master Good
2021.07.31 - 17:45
Budapest, Groupama Aréna
Referee: Káprály Mihály
4O: Berke Balázs
AR: Márkus Tamás, Horváth Róbert

Budapest Honvéd v DVSC
2021.07.31 - 20:00
Budapest, Új Bozsik Aréna
Referee: Bognár Tamás
4O: Bogár Gergő
AR: Szert Balázs, Szalai Balázs

Rest to follow
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #7 on: Sat 31 Jul 2021 06:03 »
Just a review of how our first 2 VAR games went (if you have read the article I linked to on the general discussion board this is taken from it)

 In the first game – Paks v Mezőkövesd Zsóry, Berke Balázs was referee and has some VAR experience in UEFA matches. In this match the VAR was very smooth and intervention/disruption was minimal. VAR intervened at 45+5 with a penalty subsequently being awarded from a missed indent during a corner. Although all 5 goals were automatically reviewed only the 5th goal, was reviewed noticeably. It was an excellent introduction and was on par with how VAR worked at the Euros. If we can set this as the standard in Hungary then I don’t think anyone will have any complaints. Well done Berke Balázs and the VAR.

In the second game – Gyirmót FC Győr v MTK Budapest, it was not as smooth. Rookie referee Zierkelbach Péter was the on-field referee. This was his first live match with VAR. To be fair to Zierkelbach Péter he had other significant issues in the game with the floodlights failing and causing several delays. Several times during the game there were only two floodlights working fully, one not working at all and one on about half light to what it should have been and at one point none were working and a drinks break occurred during that period to help lessen the delays. It appeared to be a local issue as the apartments behind the ground had no lights either although street lights seemed to be working. In VAR terms in the 36th minute there was a VAR review for a possible red card, following the review the original yellow card stood. In the 54th minute there was a VAR goal review for possible handball. The goal stood there was no handball offence as outlined in the Laws of the Game. In the 88th minute there was a review for a possible red card, this one took a while (2-3 mins). Following consultation with the VAR, Zierkelbach Péter carried out an of-field review and determined that his original decision to issue a yellow card was incorrect and he withdrew the yellow card and issued a red card. Three major VAR reviews – two confirmed the original decisions and one, using an on-field review, corrected a decision from yellow card to red card. Although not as smooth as in the first game, it was not hugely interruptive apart from perhaps the on-field review, however as this prevented an incorrect decision being made it worked just as it should. Well done Zierkelbach Péter and the VAR.
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #8 on: Sat 31 Jul 2021 22:26 »
Sunday games

ZTE v MOL Fehérvár
2021.08.01 – 17:45
Zalaegerszeg, ZTE Aréna
Referee: Andó-Szabó Sándor
4O: Farkas Ádám
AR: Kóbor Péter, Horváth Zoltán (F)

Újpest v Puskás Akadémia
2021.08.01 – 20:00
Budapest, Szusza Ferenc Stadion
Referee: Pintér Csaba
4O: Karakó Ferenc
AR:Albert István, Garai Péter

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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #9 on: Fri 06 Aug 2021 17:35 »
Copied over from the general thread

Well I have to say a huge well done to the MLSZ and our match officials, who did a fantastic job this weekend in respect of the introduction of VAR.  It was very much inline with how it was used in the Euros and the complete opposite of the farce that it has been in the PL. It was not used intrusively, the vast majority of the mandatory reviews on goals were done so quickly, they were not noticeable. In the 6 games over the weekend we had 2 draws, 4 away wins, 39 yellow cards + 3 further YC for managers, 1 YYR, 1 straight red and 3 penalties. As this is me I'll also mention 3 black shirts, 1 red shirt, 1 blue shirt and Andó-Szabó Sándor can get to the naughty step...

Paks 2-3 Mezőkövesd Zsóry Referee:Berke Balázs (Black) YC: 7; YYR: 0; RC:0; Pen: 1
45+5. VAR review for a possible penalty - decision penalty awarded from a missed indent during a corner.
Although all 5 goals were automatically reviewed only the 5th goal, was reviewed noticeably.

Overall: 1 missed penalty decision corrected

Gyirmót FC Győr 1-1 MTK Budapest Referee: Zierkelbach Péter (Black) YC: 5; YYR: 0; RC: 1; Pen: 0
36. -  VAR review for a possible red card, following the review the original yellow card stood.
54. -  VAR goal review for possible handball. The goal stood there was no handball offence as outlined in the Laws of the Game.
88. - VAR review for a possible red card - this one took a while (2-3 mins). Following consultation with the VAR an OFR was carried out and the ref determined that his original decision to issue a yellow card was incorrect and he withdrew the yellow card and issued a red card.

Overall: Three major VAR reviews – two confirmed the original decisions and one, using an on-field review, corrected a decision from yellow card to red card.

Ferencváros 1-2 Kisvárda Master Good Referee: Káprály Mihály (Black) YC: 7; YYR: 0; RC: 0; Pen: 1
77. VAR review possible penalty – on-field review – decision penalty to Ferencváros

Overall: 1 missed penalty decision corrected

Budapest Honvéd 1-4 DVSC Referee: Bognár Tamás (Blue) YC: 6; YYR: 1; RC; 0; Pen: 1
56. VAR review – possible penalty for handball – on-field review – decision penalty.  Following the OFR Bognár Tamás also gave the player who had committed the handball ( Klemenz Lukas Rafael) a yellow card, which was his 2nd yellow card of the game & therefore a red.
The goal reviews on all 5 goals were barely noticeable

Overall: 1 missed penalty decision corrected & as a consequence a 2nd yellow Red card also given that would have been missed.

ZTE 1-1 MOL Fehérvár Referee: Andó-Szabó Sándor (Y****w) YC: 7; YYR: 0; RC: 0; Pen: 0
69. VAR review on the ZTE goal – decision goal given

Overall: Slight delay (15-20 seconds) on 1 goal with the review, the other goal the review wasn't noticeable.

I will also mention 44.Serafimov Nikola waved like mad at the ref for a yellow card to be given and the ref duly obliged and gave him a yellow card! You love to see it!!

Újpest 1-2 Puskás Akadémia Referee: Pintér Csaba (Red) YC: 7; YYR: 0; RC: 0; Pen: 0

Overall: 3 goal reviews that were not noticeable.  You wouldn't have even known that VAR was there had they not shown the images of them in the van at kick off!

Conclusion:
20 mandatory goal reviews - 18 unnoticed 2 a very slight and insignificant delay
6 non goal VAR reviews - 2 confirmed the original decision correct, 3 corrected penalties that had been missed (1 via an OFR that also saw a YYR that would have been missed), 1 yellow card corrected to a red card (OFR) so 5 decisions corrected, 2 in 1 review.
Not a single set of lines to see if someone had a toenail or nose hair offside - loved that!

The only real delays were during the 2 on-field reviews and resulted in incorrect decisions being overturned and corrected.  During the OFR the TV screen split in two and on the right there was a smaller image of the referee at the pitch side camera and on the left a bigger image showing the footage that he was seeing on his screen. The reason for the review was clearly displayed so you knew what they were looking at and why. Announcements were also made over the tannoys in the stadiums so fans inside also knew what the reviews were for. It didn't show on TV if the images were also being broadcast over the big screens in the grounds.

That, imo, was a huge success.  I had been dreading VAR coming to my beloved NBI but if it continues to be this unintrusive then I'm all for it.
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #10 on: Wed 11 Aug 2021 14:30 »
Referee appointments for the NBI Round 2

Kisvárda Master Good v Gyirmót FC Győr
2021.08.06 – 20:00
Kisvárda, Kisvárdai Várkerti Stadion (Várkerti Stadion)
Referee: Pintér Csaba
4O: Csonka Bence
AR: Buzás Balázs, Kóbor Péter

Mezőkövesd Zsóry v ZTE
2021.08.07 – 17:45
Mezőkövesd, Mezőkövesd Városi Stadion
Refere: Pillók Ádám
4O: Pintér Csaba
AR: Szert Balázs, Szalai Balázs

MTK Budapest v Budapest Honvéd
2021.08.07 – 20:00
Budapest, Új Hidegkuti Nándor Stadion
Referee: Karakó Ferenc
4O: Zierkelbach Péter
AR: Aradi József, Berényi Ákos

Good luck to 35yr old Berényi Ákos from Miskolcs on his NBI debut.

DVSC v Újpest
2021.08.08 – 17:45
Debrecen, Debreceni Nagyerdei Stadion
Referee: Bogár Gergő
4O: Berke Balázs
AR: Tóth II. Vencel, Csatári Tibor

Puskás Akadémia v Paks
2021.08.08 – 20:00
Felcsút, Puskás Akadémia Pancho Aréna
Referee: Antal Péter
4O: Káprály Mihály
AR: Márkus Tamás, Horváth Róbert
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #11 on: Wed 11 Aug 2021 19:34 »
Disciplinary committee earned their forints this week! 30 bans!

https://www.hungarianfootball.com/2021/08/11/mlsz-disciplinary-committee-decisions-2/
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #12 on: Wed 11 Aug 2021 21:22 »
Only 5 games played this weekend due to Fradi playing in the CL - their game will be played 22nd September. No such luxury for Lilák being given the weekend off ahead of their conference league match - double standards me thinks...

In terms of VAR this weekend. It felt more noticeable but when you look at the stats it wasn't! Pillók Ádám had a difficult game, not in terms of his refereeing but the game was difficult, a lot of disciplinary issues and 5 of the VAR reviews were in his game. He looked so stressed during each one. It was his first game live with VAR, he's young and inexperienced so his stress showed.  He did very well though and on reflection it will have been a great learning game for him. His confidence with VAR will grow.

Kisvárda 2-1 Gyirmót Referee: Pintér Csaba (black). YC: 4; YYR: 0; RC: 1; Pen: 0

3 goal reviews not noticeable.
44. Possible red card – OFR – Yellow card withdrawn, red card given. Ötvös Bence

Mezőkövesd Zsóry 3-2 ZTE   Referee: Pillók Ádám (black). YC: 2; YYR: 3; RC: 0; Pen: 1.

7 goal reviews - 2 goals disallowed, 1 lengthy review where goal stood.
5. VAR review of penalty decision – OFR – Decision no penalty  Mezőkövesd
32. VAR review goal – OFR – Decision no goal – foul by Koszta Márk ZTE
45+5. VAR review – Possible penalty – OFR – Decision penalty Mezőkövesd
53. VAR review – checking offside – goal disallowed for ZTE
69. Goal review – possible offside goal stands ZTE

MTK Budapest 1-0   Budapest Honvéd   Referee: Karakó Ferenc (black) YC: 5; YYR: 1; RC: 0; Pen: 0.

1 goal review completely unnoticed
84. VAR possible penalty for Kispest – decision no penalty

DVSC 2-2 Újpest   Referee: Gergő Bogár (black) YC: 5; YYR: 0; RC: 1; Pen: 0.

4 goal reviews - unnoticed
12. VAR review – possible red card – OFR – decision red card Lilák
45+3. VAR review – possibly penalty for DVSC – decision no penalty
85. Possible handball/penalty for DVSC – decision no penalty

Puskás Akadémia 1-6   Paks (Beautiful!) Referee: Péter Antal (Red). YC: 2; YYR: 1; RC: 1; Pen: 1.

7 goal reviews - 6 unnoticed, 1 longer review for possible handball.
15. VAR checking goal possible handball – OFR – goal stands no handball offence Felcsút
69. VAR review on penalty decision – stands
87. Possible red card – decision Red

Conclusion:
22 goal reviews - 18 - unnoticeable, 2 goals disallowed after review; 2 longer reviews - 1 for possible handball, and 1 for possible offside .
Non goal reviews: 9 in total - 5 reviews on possible penalties  - 1 penalty given (Mezőkövesd), 4 no penalty offence (Mezőkövesd; Honvéd; DVSC x2). 1 on-field penalty awarded (Paks) & confirmed on review.  3 possible red card reviews - all with OFR taking place - all saw yellow card withdrawn & red card given.
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #13 on: Sat 14 Aug 2021 19:01 »
Round 3 & still no #SolymosiWatch Vey small pool of referees being used so far. I miss Puhl Sándor

Focibiro reports that Farkas Ádám, Vad II István, Kulcsár Katalin & Urbán Eszter have all failed their UEFA fitness tests.  Vad is absolutely no surprise, his non injured days are a rarity as it is! Farkas & Urbán have 2 little ones, perhaps they're both exhausted. Urbán though is a surprise, she has been 4O in 3 games so far, including 2 this weekend so it would be a bit stupid to use her when there is a chance she might have to replace an injured referee.  We do have history of that though - Vad & Farkas have both been used many times as AAR1 when injured. Kulcsár Katalin has been seen in several photos on SM via Russian news outlets with Kassai Viktor, including one where she was watching Bognár Tamás with Viktor & Ring György.

MTK Budapest v Kisvárda Master Good
2021.08.13 – 20:00
Budapest, Új Hidegkuti Nándor Stadion
Referee: Antal Péter
4O: Urbán Eszter
AR: Georgiou Theodoros, Márkus Tamás

Paksi v DVSC
2021.08.14 – 16:00
Paks, Paksi Fc Stadion
Referee: Zierkelbach Péter
4O: Urbán Eszter
AR: Szalai Balázs, Horváth Zoltán (F)

Ferencváros v Mezőkövesd Zsóry
2021.08.14 – 18:15
Budapest, Groupama Aréna
Referee: Pintér Csaba
4O: Bogár Gergő
AR: Tóth II. Vencel, Csatári Tibor

Gyirmót FC Győr v Mol Fehérvár Fc
2021.08.14 – 20:30
Győr, Alcufer Stadion
Referee: Karakó Ferenc
4O: Bognár Tamás
AR: Szert Balázs, Király Krisztián

ZTE v Puskás Akadémia
2021.08.15 – 17:45
Zalaegerszeg, ZTE Aréna
Referee: Bogár Gergő
T4O: Antal Péter
AR: Kóbor Péter, Aradi József

Újpest v Budapest Honvéd
2021.08.15 – 20:00
Budapest, Szusza Ferenc Stadion
Referee: Berke Balázs
4O: Pintér Csaba
AR: Buzás Balázs, Szert Balázs
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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #14 on: Sun 15 Aug 2021 08:51 »
Eszter Urban and Anita Vad are appointed to a WCL match on 18 August.

12:00 CET – Trondheim (Koteng Arena)
Minsk (BLR) – Rosenborg BK (NOR)
Referee: Alexandra Deligianni (GRE)
Assistant Referee 1: Zoi Papadopoulou (GRE)
Assistant Referee 2: Anita Vad (HUN)
Fourth Official: Eszter Urban (HUN)

Katalin Sipos and Noémi Hegedüs-Baráth are also appointed.

16:00 CET – Cumbernauld (Broadwood)
BIIK-Shymkent (KAZ) – Slovan Bratislava (SVK)
Referee: Katalin Sipos (HUN)
Assistant Referee 1: Noémi Hegedüs-Baráth (HUN)
Assistant Referee 2: Francesca Di Monte (ITA)
Fourth Official: Valentina Finzi (ITA)
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