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Author Topic: Andrew Dallas in Austria v Bosnia and Herzegovina  (Read 230 times)

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Andrew Dallas in Austria v Bosnia and Herzegovina
« on: Mon 19 Nov 2018 00:19 »
Highlights of Andrew Dallas' performance in Austria v Bosnia and Herzegovina.


26' and 69' - again problems with Scottish assistant referees in UEFA game; while the first mistake is understandable, the second one...

32' - collision with AR1

38' - throw-in seems to be executed many meters away from the place where the ball crossed the line, no reaction

41' - very good management

52' - handling incident in the penalty area

88' - great opportunity to play an advantage missed what leads to strong dissents

90+1' - possible foul and 2nd YC to #6 BIH missed

Overall, it was a satisfactory performance but some points for improvement were clearly visible. I saw a young, brave referee who has a good rapport with players even when some decisions are not expected by them (to say it kindly). He doesn't look for troubles by approaching very angry players (or coaches). In this game he provoked some not the best reactions by making not the optimal decisions, especially in the dying stages... His positioning was good in most cases, very elastic in that matter. Good mentoring and Andrew Dallas can go high, in my opinion.

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