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TheThingFromLewes

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Can we read anything with Stieler being observed by Rosetti?

Raczkowski under the Dallas radar and Kabakov with a decent appointment.

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Still no Collum. If he doesn't get a match on Wednesday could we see him loose his Elite status?

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Can we read anything with Stieler being observed by Rosetti?

Raczkowski under the Dallas radar and Kabakov with a decent appointment.

Rosetti is appointed on both MD. His presence could indicate that Stieler is considered for promotion to replace either Aytekin (injured) or Zwayer (performance).
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The observer at Anfield is Spaniard Bernardino González Vázquez, not Hugh Dallas.

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28 October 2020

18:55 CET - Krasnodar (Stadium Krasnodar)
FC Krasnodar (RUS) - Chelsea FC (ENG) | Group E
Referee: Ali Palabıyık (TUR)
Assistant Referee 1: Ceyhun Sesigüzel (TUR)
Assistant Referee 2: Serkan Olguncan (TUR)
Fourth Official: Arda Kardeşler (TUR)
Video Assistant Referee: Massimiliano Irrati (ITA)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Mete Kalkavan (TUR)
UEFA Referee Observer: Alexandru Deaconu (ROU)
UEFA Delegate: Mark Bos (NED)

18:55 CET - Istanbul (İstanbul Başakşehir Fatih Terim Stadyumu)
İstanbul Başakşehir FK (TUR) - Paris Saint-Germain (FRA) | Group H
Referee: Andreas Ekberg (SWE)
Assistant Referee 1: Stefan Hallberg (SWE)
Assistant Referee 2: Graeme Stewart (SCO)
Fourth Official: Kristoffer Karlsson (SWE)
Video Assistant Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande (ESP)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoechea (ESP)
UEFA Referee Observer: Frank De Bleeckere (BEL)
UEFA Delegate: Haris Gvozden (BIH)

21:00 CET - Seville (Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán)
Sevilla FC (ESP) - Stade Rennais FC (FRA)  | Group E
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (TUR)
Assistant Referee 1: Bahattin Duran (TUR)
Assistant Referee 2: Tarik Ongun (TUR)
Fourth Official: Halil Umut Meler (TUR)
Video Assistant Referee: Szymon Marciniak (POL)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Abdulkadir Bitigen (TUR)
UEFA Referee Observer: William Young (SCO)
UEFA Delegate: Igor Radojičić (SRB)

21:00 CET - Bruges (Jan Breydelstadion)
Club Brugge (BEL) - S.S. Lazio (ITA)  | Group F
Referee: Anthony Taylor (ENG)
Assistant Referee 1: Gary Beswick (ENG)
Assistant Referee 2: Adam Nunn (ENG)
Fourth Official: Paul Tierney (ENG)
Video Assistant Referee: Stuart Attwell (ENG)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Lee Betts (ENG)

UEFA Referee Observer: Vladimir Antonov (MDA)
UEFA Delegate: Balász Makray (HUN)

21:00 CET - Dortmund (BVB Stadion)
Borussia Dortmund (GER) - Football Club Zenit (RUS)  | Group F
Referee: Björn Kuipers (NED)
Assistant Referee 1: Sander van Roekel (NED)
Assistant Referee 2: Erwin Zeinstra (NED)
Fourth Official: Serdar Gözübüyük (NED)
Video Assistant Referee:  Pol van Boekel (NED)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Dennis Higler (NED)
UEFA Referee Observer: Martin Ingvarsson (SWE)
UEFA Delegate: Tormod Larsen (NOR)

21:00 CET - Budapest (Ferencváros Stadion)
Ferencvárosi Torna Club (HUN) - FC Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)   | Group G
Referee: Ivan Kružliak (SVK)
Assistant Referee 1: Tomaš Somolani (SVK)
Assistant Referee 2: Cyril Gringore (FRA)
Fourth Official: Boris Marhefka (SVK)
Video Assistant Referee: Christian Dingert (GER)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Bibiana Steinhaus (GER)
UEFA Referee Observer: Stavros Tritsonis (GRE)
UEFA Delegate: David McDowell Zor (SVN)

21:00 CET - Turin (Juventus Stadium)
Juventus (ITA) - FC Barcelona (ESP)  | Group G
Referee: Danny Makkelie (NED)
Assistant Referee 1: Mario Diks (NED)
Assistant Referee 2: Hessel Steegstra (NED)
Fourth Official: Allard Lindhout (NED)
Video Assistant Referee: Kevin Blom (NED)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Rob Dieperink (NED)
UEFA Referee Observer: Michael Riley (ENG)
UEFA Delegate:Kris Bellon (BEL)

21:00 CET - Manchester (Old Trafford)
Manchester United FC (ENG) - RB Leipzig (GER)  | Group H
Referee: Slavko Vinčić (SVN) Matej Jug (SVN)
Assistant Referee 1: Tomaž Klančnik (SVN)
Assistant Referee 2: Grega Kordež (SVN)
Fourth Official: Asmir Sagrković (SVN)
Video Assistant Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez (ESP)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Matej Jug (SVN) Bas Nijhuis (NED)
UEFA Referee Observer: Haim Jakov (ISR)
UEFA Delegate: Peadar Ryan (IRL)
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Matej Jug (SVN) replaces Slavko Vincic (SVN) on the Man. United - Leipzig match. New AVAR is Bas Nijhuis (NED)
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Given the issues with Covid in Europe... I’m wondering whether if this escalates the UCL could be in jeopardy, particularly with the issues surrounding officials and quarantine.
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28 October 2020

21:00 CET - Budapest (Ferencváros Stadion)
Ferencvárosi Torna Club (HUN) - FC Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)   | Group G
Referee: Ivan Kružliak (SVK)
Assistant Referee 1: Tomaš Somolani (SVK)
Assistant Referee 2: Cyril Gringore (FRA)
Fourth Official: Boris Marhefka (SVK)
Video Assistant Referee: Christian Dingert (GER)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Bibiana Steinhaus (GER)
UEFA Referee Observer: Stavros Tritsonis (GRE)
UEFA Delegate: David McDowell Zor (SVN)


Wore yellow so not in my good books!  That aside it was a decent enough performance. Some grumbling from Fradi fans about the penalty, for me it was never a penalty BUT under the current LOTG and the utterly ridiculous HB law it was a correct call. I did spend some time explaining and it was accepted he had got it right & the issue is with the LOTG not the referee. Basically player dived in for a block, the ball bounced off his thigh onto his arm which was out to the side as he slid in. Impossible to slide in with your arms at your side but as the laws stand it was a penalty. Red card in the game - 2 correct yellow cards.  Got the important calls right, positioning, fitness decent foul detection good, fair & consistent. Aside of the yellow shirt I have no real complaints.
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Given the issues with Covid in Europe... I’m wondering whether if this escalates the UCL could be in jeopardy, particularly with the issues surrounding officials and quarantine.
Looking increasingly likely I would say with new lockdown measures in France and Germany and the UK situation looking worse by the day. It's hard to see how things will be able to carry on with freedom of movement  affecting an increasing number of teams and officials across Europe in what seems to be a rapidly deteriorating situation.
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I don't expect elite football to stop any time soon, at least not on a widespread basis - perhaps the odd individual government might ban it.

It's work that can't be done from home, they already don't have to quarantine (presumably partly because they have very controlled travel plans in place), there tends to be widespread testing and the age profile of the players means they themselves generally aren't at major risk.

No doubt the economic/financial incentives will be taken into account too and the 'morale' boost it makes for a lot of people.

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It is looking very grim right now, everywhere. I agree Reflector, the situation is deteriorating rapidly.

Our domestic league is being badly hit with games called off every week now. We have 1 team of referees (at least) who are in quarantine. Our borders have been closed again since the start of September, players and match officials travelling for games are amongst the exceptions.  We are still allowing full capacity for fans attendance but I can't see that going on for much longer as the numbers are continuing to rise. The stats are worse now than before we went into a full lockdown so I think a further full lockdown must be coming.

I also think Readingfan is right. Elite football will not close at least until the very last second.  Too much money involved for a start. Testing seems to vary between countries though - our players are tested every 36 hours but other countries it seems to be once/week 1-2 days before match day. Some countries have an effective test and trace system, others don't, some are allowing fans either % of capacity, others full capacity, others none. Some teams are self isolating for their protection, others aren't. Maybe FIFA or UEFA needs to step in and enforce the same rules and restrictions everywhere, regardless of the countries current position.

Personally I think the world leaders need to sit down & organise a full co-ordinated worldwide lockdown. Seems pointless to me one country locking down, then another at a different time, varied restrictions but some travel still allowed because the virus just keeps on travelling from 1 place to another and spreading. Lock the whole world down for 2-4 weeks at the same time. Zero travel. All borders closed. Full lockdowns. Take away the ability for it to spread and give each country a chance to heal those already infected. Bit extreme granted and I would hate it, I'm sure we all would but all the time movement is continuing around the world, it's going to keep spreading from country to country. Despite having residency I am not able to travel to Hungary right now, directly at least, fair enough, I understand why but I can fly to Serbia, catch a train from Belgrade to anywhere in Romania and then freely enter Hungary from Romania so what is the point in stopping me travelling there directly if I can get there a different way? If I can't get there directly I shouldn't be able to get there at all is my point. If I went the indirect route and I was covid positive I would potentially spread it to 2 other countries en route and completely defeat the purpose of the borders being closed! Alternatively I could leave here covid negative but could catch it in one of the countries en route and take it along with me from there. Personally I wouldn't travel that way but some people will. Those sort of loopholes need to be closed.  Just let me get to Hungary before it happens!

I miss Mr bmb - only seen him in person twice since the end of Feb/start of March :(
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The thing is different countries in the world are in a different stage and a 3-4 week lockdown is almost certainly not going to eradicate the virus altogether, so you'll still have it travelling around when you end it. Some countries will have very high rates now, some in a month, some not until January, so it's very difficult to make effective intervention everywhere all at once.

The same is probably true for FIFA/UEFA. If they intervened they'd have to impose the toughest restrictions anywhere everywhere (because they can't go against a country's policy - they can't say that some fans are allowed in CL games in England for instance when the government aren't alloiwng it.)


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The thing is different countries in the world are in a different stage and a 3-4 week lockdown is almost certainly not going to eradicate the virus altogether, so you'll still have it travelling around when you end it. Some countries will have very high rates now, some in a month, some not until January, so it's very difficult to make effective intervention everywhere all at once.



Yes they are BUT this is also partly what allows it to keep moving from country to country, imo. One starts to get it back under control, their borders open again and back it comes as people travel. That's why I think a co-ordinated lockdown will help.  Everywhere has it to some degree - stifle it, prevent it from keep moving.  Those who are less hit now may well be able to eradicate it altogether, those harder hit will have a chance to get it better under control but might need to lockdown for longer. I'm not an expert & not trying to pretend I am but it just seems logical to me.  Take away it's ability to travel anywhere & that surely contains it locally and prevents it from spreading. It just seems right now we are going in circles and chasing it around the world.

I'm willing to try anything right now!
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Certainly in England I think the government are desperate not to prevent organised sports from carrying on, after all football is still fine even in cities and areas in tier 3.  Problematic yes for leagues that span tier 3 and tier 1/2 areas as clubs from the former can't travel to the latter (but match officials can), but football is still being played.  Of course a full lockdown is going to wipe out non-professional sport, but I think they would allow everything above National League to carry on unlike the last lock down.

Where I am a little baffled is how countries are saying they are doing a two to four week lock down to get control back, as after two to four weeks following the March full lockdown it took the best part of four months to lift those restrictions and I can't see why it would be any different now.  I fear that if a full lock down is implemented that will be in place until at least March, they will just keep extending at the end of every period.
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Certainly in England I think the government are desperate not to prevent organised sports from carrying on, after all football is still fine even in cities and areas in tier 3.  Problematic yes for leagues that span tier 3 and tier 1/2 areas as clubs from the former can't travel to the latter (but match officials can), but football is still being played.  Of course a full lockdown is going to wipe out non-professional sport, but I think they would allow everything above National League to carry on unlike the last lock down.

Where I am a little baffled is how countries are saying they are doing a two to four week lock down to get control back, as after two to four weeks following the March full lockdown it took the best part of four months to lift those restrictions and I can't see why it would be any different now.  I fear that if a full lock down is implemented that will be in place until at least March, they will just keep extending at the end of every period.

Very insightful post and I think that we are all baffled as to how they are going to resolve things.
I honestly don't think that any government in any country has the answer and they will just keep bumbling along until what? Strange times for us all.
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