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2018/19 UEFA Under-17 Championship
« on: Mon 01 Oct 2018 13:55 »
QUALIFYING ROUND

Group 1
Date: 27 September - 3 October 2018
Host: Sweden
Teams: Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Netherlands, Sweden
Referees: Krzysztof Jakubik (POL), Denys Shurman (UKR), Iwan Arwel Griffith (WAL) // Kaspar Sjöberg (SWE)
Assistant Referees: Marek Arys (POL), Oleksandr Zhukov (UKR), Lewiss Edwards (WAL) // Andreas Söderqvist (SWE)
UEFA Referee Observers: László Vágner (HUN), Haim Jakov (ISR)

Group 2
Date: 10-16 October 2018
Host: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Teams: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Gibraltar, Iceland, Ukraine
Referees: Luís Miguel do Nascimento Teixeira (AND), Robert Hennessy (IRL), Aleksandrs Anufrijevs (LVA) // Haris Kaljanac (BIH)
Assistant Referees: Manuel António Nogueira Fernandes (AND), Eoin Michael Harte (IRL), Valdis Koritko (LVA) // Mirza Demir (BIH)
UEFA Referee Observers: Alieh Čykun (BLR), Karel Bohuněk (CZE)

Group 3
Date: 24-30 October 2018
Host: Slovenia
Teams: Austria, Bulgaria, Malta, Slovenia
Referees: Jřrgen Daugbjerg Burchardt (DEN), Dejan Jakimovski (MKD), Donald Robertson (SCO) // Aleksandar Matkovič (SVN)
Assistant Referees: Jakob Lodal Lynge Mastrup (DEN), Kushtrim Lika (MKD), David Roome (SCO) // David Grabovec (SVN)
UEFA Referee Observers: Draženko Kovačić (CRO), Manuel Díaz Vega (ESP)

Group 4
Date: 20-26 October 2018
Host: FYR Macedonia
Teams: Faroe Islands, FYR Macedonia, Israel, Spain
Referees: Ioánnis Papadópoulos (GRE), Ian McNabb (NIR), Espen Andreas Eskĺs (NOR) // Igor Stojčevski (MKD)
Assistant Referees: Ilías Alexéas (GRE), Adam Jeffrey (NIR), Řystein Simon Ytterland (NOR) // Daniel Vasilevski (MKD)
UEFA Referee Observers: Nikolay Ivanov (RUS), Rodger Gifford (WAL)

Group 5
Date: 26 October - 1 November 2018
Host: Cyprus
Teams: Cyprus, Kosovo, Scotland, Switzerland
Referees: Ferenc Karakó (HUN), Alexandru Tean (MDA), Joăo Pedro da Silva Pinheiro (POR) // Nikólas Neokléous (CYP)
Assistant Referees: Gergő Vígh-Tarsonyi (HUN), Vasile Ermișchin (MDA), Bruno Miguel de Campos Rodrigues (POR) // Giórgos Gínos (CYP)
UEFA Referee Observers: Miroslav Liba (CZE), Charles Agius (MLT)

Group 6
Date: 24-30 October 2018
Host: Denmark
Teams: Denmark, Estonia, Georgia, Russia
Referees: Christopher Jäger (AUT), Milovan Milačić (MNE), Nejc Kajtazovič (SVN) // Sandi Putros (DEN)
Assistant Referees: Johannes Pummerer (AUT), Nikola Radulović (MNE), Grega Kordež (SVN) // Steffen Beck Bramsen (DEN)
UEFA Referee Observers: Sokol Jareci (ALB), Robert Małek (POL)

Group 7
Date: 25-31 October 2018
Host: Poland
Teams: Finland, France, Luxembourg, Poland
Referees: Kai Erik Steen (NOR), Urs Schnyder (SUI), Yaroslav Kozyk (UKR) // Łukasz Szczech (POL)
Assistant Referees: Anders Olav Dale (NOR), Jan Köbeli (SUI), Ihor Al’okhin (UKR) // Michał Gajda (POL)
UEFA Referee Observers: Karen Nalbandyan (ARM), Patrick Kelly (IRL)

Group 8
Date: 23-29 October 2018
Host: Albania
Teams: Albania, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Norway
Referees: Admir Šehović (BIH), Igor Pajač (CRO), Boris Marhefka (SVK) // Florian Lata (ALB)
Assistant Referees: Sreten Udovičić (BIH), Bojan Zobenica (CRO), TomᚠVorel (SVK) // Elis Pulaj (ALB)
UEFA Referee Observers: Alain Hamer (LUX), Martin Ingvarsson (SWE)

Group 9
Date: 30 September - 3 October 2018
Host: Hungary
Teams: Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Serbia
Referees: Daniyar Sakhi (KAZ), Rohit Saggi (NOR), Kristoffer Karlsson (SWE) // Gergő Bogár (HUN)
Assistant Referees: Aydyn Tasybayev (KAZ), Morten Jensen (NOR), Mahbod Beigi (SWE) // Gergő Vígh-Tarsonyi (HUN)
UEFA Referee Observers: Nuno Alexandre Parreira de Castro (POR), Markus Nobs (SUI)

Group 10
Date: 24-30 October 2018
Host: Turkey
Teams: Northern Ireland, San Marino, Slovakia, Turkey
Referees: Lawrence Visser (BEL), Genc Nuza (KOS), Aleksey Matyunin (RUS) // Abdulkadir Bitigen (TUR)
Assistant Referees: Karel De Rocker (BEL), Fatlum Berisha (KOS), Aleksey Vorontsov (RUS) // Kemal Elmas (TUR)
UEFA Referee Observers: Vlado Svilokos (CRO), Uno Tutk (EST)

Group 11
Date: 10-16 October 2018
Host: Portugal
Teams: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Portugal, Wales
Referees: Jari Järvinen (FIN), Kári Jóannesarson á Hřvdanum (FRO), Fyodor Zammit (MLT) // Cláudio Filipe Ruivo Pereira (POR)
Assistant Referees: Sami Nykänen (FIN), Dan Petur Pauli Hřjgaard (FRO), Luke Portelli (MLT) // Nuno Filipe dos Santos Tomás Pereira (POR)
UEFA Referee Observers: Kóstas Kapitanís (CYP), Milan Karadžić (SRB)

Group 12
Date: 25-31 October 2018
Host: Moldova
Teams: Belgium, Greece, Latvia, Moldova
Referees: Volen Chinkov (BUL), Tim Marshall (NIR), Kristoffer Hagenes (NOR) // Andrei Sturmilov (MDA)
Assistant Referees: Georgi Todorov (BUL), Andrew Nethery (NIR), Isaak Elias Skjeseth Bashevkin (NOR) // Vadim Vicol (MDA)
UEFA Referee Observers: Stefano Podeschi (SMR), Ján Fašung (SVK)

Group 13
Date: 27 October - 2 November 2018
Host: Croatia
Teams: Andorra, Armenia, Croatia, Italy
Referees: Juxhin Xhaja (ALB), Luís Miguel Branco Godinho (POR), Bryn Markham-Jones (WAL) // Goran Gabrilo (CRO)
Assistant Referees: Nertil Bregasi (ALB), Rui Miguel Martins Teixeira (POR), Johnathon Bryant (WAL) // Alen Jakšić (CRO)
UEFA Referee Observers: Jon Eilif Skjervold (NOR), Darko Čeferin (SVN)
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Re: 2018/19 UEFA Under-17 Championship
« Reply #1 on: Mon 01 Oct 2018 14:50 »
Gergő Vígh-Tarsonyi could almost pass for being one of the U17!
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Re: 2018/19 UEFA Under-17 Championship
« Reply #2 on: Sun 07 Oct 2018 23:47 »
And he will appear again, this time with Ferenc Karakó in Cyprus. Perhaps MLSz see him as new FIFA AR?

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Re: 2018/19 UEFA Under-17 Championship
« Reply #3 on: Tue 09 Oct 2018 12:33 »
Possibly but we probably have a couple ahead of him at this stage. He certainly is one of our upcoming AR's. We have an amazing crop of youngsters right now AR wise - we just need the refs to go with them!!  Berke Balázs is a ref I would watch for, he's progressed so much over the last year or so and the young lad who had his NB1 debut a couple of weeks ago - Bogár Gergő. He had an excellent debut. Can't make my mind up re Karakó, he'll have a decent game, then a couple of dreadful games, then let both goalkeepers onto the pitch in identical red kits or the goalkeeper onto the pitch wearing a yellow shirt like his team mates but different coloured shorts! Can't remember which one of those 2 errors was his & which one was Pinter's error but a 12 year old trainee ref knows not to do that so a FIFA ref doing so in a televised game... 

If I was head of refereeing there FIFA wise I'd demote Vad to Category 2, he's injury prone and inconsistent. He's never going to make the elite spot, he's too old and frankly not good enough. I'd promote Farkas from Category 2 to Category 1 to replace him, he's the only one we have right now with a chance to be the heir apparent to Kassai. I'd pair him up with 2 of the young AR's - Georgiou & Szert maybe or Kobór is another excellent youngster and start 'grooming' them to be the new elite team in 2-3 years time. Have Bognár as No 1 AAR for the experienced head with them and would be a good mentor for Farkas. He's still a good ref, consistent but like Vad is too old to take over the elite spot but unlike Vad he is also too good to demote to Category 2 to free up the space we need freed up. I would remove Andó-Szabó from the list, he's having a decent season domestically but FIFA wise he is going nowhere. He was demoted from Category 2 to Category 3 after a poor spell and is not going to be re-promoted. As unfair as it would be on him, we need a young ref with a chance of progressing and that's not him. I'd then give Berke Balázs his white badge but ask for him to go straight into Category 2 not 3. He's very diligent and a decent young ref, he has a good chance of progressing and would be a great challenge to Farkas to replace Kassai. He's pretty consistent as well.  I'd leave Karakó in Category 3 for the time being.  He needs to find some consistency and start getting the basics right. He has it in him, he can be superb but yoyos between being too lenient and too strict - he's not got that middle balance yet. When he does then I think he could be a very good referee. I think Berke is well ahead of him though in terms of progression but we have no space for him on the FIFA list without removing someone.
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Re: 2018/19 UEFA Under-17 Championship
« Reply #4 on: Tue 09 Oct 2018 17:49 »
It won't be easy for Farkas as he only cautioned player for that tackle in UYL...

https://twitter.com/FrSerieAGoals/status/1048574802401939456

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Re: 2018/19 UEFA Under-17 Championship
« Reply #5 on: Tue 09 Oct 2018 20:58 »
It won't be easy for Farkas as he only cautioned player for that tackle in UYL...

https://twitter.com/FrSerieAGoals/status/1048574802401939456

Personally I think Balázs Berke is a better all round ref than Farkas. Farkas was in the UEFA core program so they obviously think he has something to offer. I find him a bit hit & miss, he doesn't have the consistency needed yet but he can be decent, if a bit lenient.

The trouble we have is like here in England no-one has had the foresight to think about what is going to happen once Kassai hits 45. He was 43 last month so has 2 years left on FIFA. I expect he will get a +1 year but we are not prepared for his replacement. It won't be Vad or Bognár, they are both 39 so will be either 41 or 42, when Kassai retires, and they will not put a 40+ year old into the elite group. Farkas is literally the only one who can replace him, he's 36 now. Our other 2 FIFA refs are Karakó (age 35) and Andó-Szabó (39).  Karakó is not progressing as hoped at the moment, Andó-Szabó was demoted a couple of seasons back, last season he didn't have a single FIFA appointment & this season he's only had 1. FIFA wise he is going nowhere fast. Karakó was given his badge too early, he was an NB2 ref, got his badge in Jan 2016 and was then promoted to the NB1 for the start of the spring season in the Feb. There was & probably still is too much pressure put on him, I'd go as far to say he is the Hungarian Stuart Attwell & it's so unfair on him. Berke is 34 and the only non FIFA NB1 ref who is good enough & young enough to get a FIFA badge. The other 5 non FIFA refs are Pintér (41 next week), Iványi (age 42), Solymosi (age 46 and in a +1 year), Erdös (age 41) and Szöts who is 36 but has now lost his professional contract. He's not the best shall we say! I expect to see Bogár Gergő given a pro contract from the start of the spring season, as Szöts replacement. He's 27 so maybe a future FIFA ref as the others retire. I've only watched him once in his NB1 debut & he had a great game. Ádám Radványi (age 35) will possibly replace Péter Solymosi, who I suspect will retire in December. He's not a potential for FIFA imo. We need to get Berke on that list asap, I think he is the one who has the potential to replace Kassai but time is running out!
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Re: 2018/19 UEFA Under-17 Championship
« Reply #6 on: Thu 11 Oct 2018 11:56 »
It won't be easy for Farkas as he only cautioned player for that tackle in UYL...

https://twitter.com/FrSerieAGoals/status/1048574802401939456

Personally I think Balázs Berke is a better all round ref than Farkas. Farkas was in the UEFA core program so they obviously think he has something to offer. I find him a bit hit & miss, he doesn't have the consistency needed yet but he can be decent, if a bit lenient.

The trouble we have is like here in England no-one has had the foresight to think about what is going to happen once Kassai hits 45. He was 43 last month so has 2 years left on FIFA. I expect he will get a +1 year but we are not prepared for his replacement. It won't be Vad or Bognár, they are both 39 so will be either 41 or 42, when Kassai retires, and they will not put a 40+ year old into the elite group. Farkas is literally the only one who can replace him, he's 36 now. Our other 2 FIFA refs are Karakó (age 35) and Andó-Szabó (39).  Karakó is not progressing as hoped at the moment, Andó-Szabó was demoted a couple of seasons back, last season he didn't have a single FIFA appointment & this season he's only had 1. FIFA wise he is going nowhere fast. Karakó was given his badge too early, he was an NB2 ref, got his badge in Jan 2016 and was then promoted to the NB1 for the start of the spring season in the Feb. There was & probably still is too much pressure put on him, I'd go as far to say he is the Hungarian Stuart Attwell & it's so unfair on him. Berke is 34 and the only non FIFA NB1 ref who is good enough & young enough to get a FIFA badge. The other 5 non FIFA refs are Pintér (41 next week), Iványi (age 42), Solymosi (age 46 and in a +1 year), Erdös (age 41) and Szöts who is 36 but has now lost his professional contract. He's not the best shall we say! I expect to see Bogár Gergő given a pro contract from the start of the spring season, as Szöts replacement. He's 27 so maybe a future FIFA ref as the others retire. I've only watched him once in his NB1 debut & he had a great game. Ádám Radványi (age 35) will possibly replace Péter Solymosi, who I suspect will retire in December. He's not a potential for FIFA imo. We need to get Berke on that list asap, I think he is the one who has the potential to replace Kassai but time is running out!

Any news on the FIFA nominations? The were sent to FIFA on October 1st.
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Re: 2018/19 UEFA Under-17 Championship
« Reply #7 on: Thu 11 Oct 2018 21:19 »
Nothing from what I would consider a reliable source x
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