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Author Topic: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds  (Read 961 times)

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Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 14:52 »
An absolute masterclass so far from the Australian. Right on top of the action, excellent positioning to give decisions and as is usually the case with him, the decisions are very sound.
There is an air of natural authority about Gillett and he never gets flustered.

An early yellow card for a Cardiff player for a nasty tackle from behind set a good marker. Then a really superb decision to caution Leeds’ Gnonto for a blatant dive in the penalty area. Despite the usual protestations of innocence from the player, the decision was 100% correct and Gillett shaking his head was a definitive answer to the player’s complaints.

Two more yellow cards followed, both nailed on and his match control is excellent. I really enjoy watching him when he is on field and so far, he can be very pleased with his work.

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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #1 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 15:44 »
Very good performance from Gillett. Lots of natural authority and good calls make this an example of how to control a match efficiently and without fuss.
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #2 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 15:45 »
Another excellent decision for the Leeds penalty, a clear handball, a DOGSO in referee parlance, and a straight red card, given without any complaints at all. Leeds then miss the penalty which is their own fault.

Three other yellow cards, made it a tally of one red card, and six yellow. Gillett has been in control of this one, and I rate it one of the best performances I’ve seen from him in a live TV game, effortless control and superb decision making all the way through.
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #3 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 15:47 »
A top performance once again from Gillet. Great spot for the penalty and good teamwork with Davies as there was a slight delay till he gave it. Surely he must start highly than Cat 2 on FIFA where all the “New” English Officials start….
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #4 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 16:01 »
Its UEFA's categorisation, not FIFA's
He will start as a 2, until he can be tested in European comprtitions
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #5 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 16:40 »
Testament again why I think he's up there with Oliver and Taylor as our best referee
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #6 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 17:03 »
He has the natural authority and level of respect from players that makes me convinced he will be a future World Cup referee.
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #7 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 17:19 »
Having been at the game as a spectator and a Cardiff fan, I thought Jarred was excellent, all yellow cards were correct and it was an excellent spot between him and his assistant to give the handball and penalty plus the red card which he really didn't have much option once he decided it was a penalty. What i also liked from being able to see him live is that he likes to talk to the players and bring his personality to the game which helped with his control of the game and made the players less interested in trying to argue with him. Hopefully we get him more down the City but can't see that happening given we are in the Championship and near the relegation zone.

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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #8 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 17:24 »
Gillett absolute magnificent….. it was a joy to watch him referee … he is a natural referee he doesn’t look fustered ever nice and relaxed but bang card out when needed …. His the best referee in the PL without a shadow of doubt yea Taylor and Oliver are good but Gillett is in a different planet !!!

Current crop of PL Refs should take note …
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #9 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 22:06 »
Leeds Utd's injury time equaliser was interesting as a Cardiff defender was almost completely off the pitch apart from his hands which I assume ruled out any question of offside. However my question is if the Cardiff player had been completely off the pitch, would that have brought offside into play? I am fairly sure the Leeds Utd goal scorer would have been offside if the aforementioned defender was sat on his arse further up the field. 

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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #10 on: Sun 08 Jan 2023 22:13 »
Leeds Utd's injury time equaliser was interesting as a Cardiff defender was almost completely off the pitch apart from his hands which I assume ruled out any question of offside. However my question is if the Cardiff player had been completely off the pitch, would that have brought offside into play? I am fairly sure the Leeds Utd goal scorer would have been offside if the aforementioned defender was sat on his arse further up the field.

No, as a defender that leaves the pitch is deemed to be on the pitch for the purposes of offside.
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #11 on: Mon 09 Jan 2023 07:47 »
Leeds Utd's injury time equaliser was interesting as a Cardiff defender was almost completely off the pitch apart from his hands which I assume ruled out any question of offside. However my question is if the Cardiff player had been completely off the pitch, would that have brought offside into play? I am fairly sure the Leeds Utd goal scorer would have been offside if the aforementioned defender was sat on his arse further up the field.

No, as a defender that leaves the pitch is deemed to be on the pitch for the purposes of offside.

Which is ridiculous! How can a person not active in the game still affect offside. It’s doesn’t make any sense

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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #12 on: Mon 09 Jan 2023 08:33 »
If it wasn’t the case, people would just step off the pitch to make an (otherwise onside) attacker offside. Think about it 
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #13 on: Mon 09 Jan 2023 09:45 »
If it wasn’t the case, people would just step off the pitch to make an (otherwise onside) attacker offside. Think about it

But when has that ever happened. Why should a defending team be punished for having a player off receiving treatment? If a player deliberately steps off the pitch that is a cautionable offence
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Re: Jarred Gillett - Cardiff v Leeds
« Reply #14 on: Mon 09 Jan 2023 10:19 »
If it wasn’t the case, people would just step off the pitch to make an (otherwise onside) attacker offside. Think about it

But when has that ever happened. Why should a defending team be punished for having a player off receiving treatment? If a player deliberately steps off the pitch that is a cautionable offence

A player receiving treatment is off the field with the referees' permission and not, therefore, part of the game until and unless that player receives the referees' permission to re-join the game.

Also, you have not seen it happen because the Law currently prevents it from giving an advantage to the defending team.  If the Law was not written as it is, you would see it quite often.  Clearly, that is only my view; but it is one based on the cynical way in which players and coaches exploit loopholes in the Law to their own advantage.
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