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world cup break
« on: Sat 29 Oct 2022 17:24 »
as a matter of interest - during the break will the full-time refs be officiating in league 1 and 2 ot will they have  the break as well   - if they do move to league 1 and 2 it seems a little unfair on the present 1 and 2 officials

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Re: world cup break
« Reply #1 on: Sat 29 Oct 2022 17:44 »
I would imagine SG2 will get one or two games per week like they usually do.  I'd be surprised if SG1 get many games, though they may get the odd one here and there (probably for those who aren't getting regular games like Scott/Bramall).
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Re: world cup break
« Reply #2 on: Sat 29 Oct 2022 18:19 »
However "unfair" PGMOL will want their full time officials used and kept match sharp, especially in the run up to the 'return'. I would imagine seeing a few used each week.
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Re: world cup break
« Reply #3 on: Thu 17 Nov 2022 22:29 »
as a matter of interest - during the break will the full-time refs be officiating in league 1 and 2 ot will they have  the break as well   - if they do move to league 1 and 2 it seems a little unfair on the present 1 and 2 officials

Surely, it's unfair on the clubs and paying customers not to use the best referees available for their matches.

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Re: world cup break
« Reply #4 on: Thu 17 Nov 2022 22:32 »
as a matter of interest - during the break will the full-time refs be officiating in league 1 and 2 ot will they have  the break as well   - if they do move to league 1 and 2 it seems a little unfair on the present 1 and 2 officials

Surely, it's unfair on the clubs and paying customers not to use the best referees available for their matches.

Iím sure nemesis will be delighted to welcome quality officials like Marriner and Gillett to Portman Road.


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Re: world cup break
« Reply #5 on: Thu 17 Nov 2022 23:26 »
as a matter of interest - during the break will the full-time refs be officiating in league 1 and 2 ot will they have  the break as well   - if they do move to league 1 and 2 it seems a little unfair on the present 1 and 2 officials

Surely, it's unfair on the clubs and paying customers not to use the best referees available for their matches.

Iím sure nemesis will be delighted to welcome quality officials like Marriner and Gillett to Portman Road.

Indeed, Gillett in particular. The last time I saw Marriner do a League One match was at Millwall and I'm afraid he was, unusually, woeful.

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Re: world cup break
« Reply #6 on: Thu 17 Nov 2022 23:31 »
Funny you mention his name. Jarred Gillett along with two English Assistant Referees will be refereeing Everton v Celtic on Saturday night in Sydney.
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Re: world cup break
« Reply #7 on: Fri 18 Nov 2022 07:23 »
Chance to "pop" home and do a game
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Re: world cup break
« Reply #8 on: Fri 18 Nov 2022 08:57 »
Totally irrelevant but Ashton Utd apparently offered some games to Erlin Haaland during the World Cup, EH surely being the top player not going to the finals. Not sure whether the offer has been accepted!

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Re: world cup break
« Reply #9 on: Fri 18 Nov 2022 11:40 »
One does not simply pop from the Ulk to Australia lol

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Re: world cup break
« Reply #10 on: Fri 18 Nov 2022 11:51 »
Hence RCG's inverted commas, no doubt.
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Re: world cup break
« Reply #11 on: Fri 18 Nov 2022 21:21 »
One does not simply pop from the Ulk to Australia lol

Verbal irony is clearly wasted on those from the Gong.
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