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Author Topic: Final League Matches – Sun 28th MAY 2023  (Read 2368 times)

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Final League Matches – Sun 28th MAY 2023
« on: Fri 26 May 2023 09:02 »
Arsenal (First Team) v Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (First Team)
Premier League
Referee: Marriner, Andre
Assistant Referee: Long, Simon
Assistant Referee: Ledger, Scott
Fourth Official: Linington, James
Video Assistant Referee: Harrington, Tony
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Burt, Stuart

Aston Villa FC (First Team) v Brighton & Hove Albion FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Coote, David
Assistant Referee: Bennett, Simon
Assistant Referee: Wood, Timothy
Fourth Official: Davies, Andy
Video Assistant Referee: Scott, Graham
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Betts, Lee

Brentford FC (First Team) v Manchester City FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Brooks, John
Assistant Referee: Hussin, Ian
Assistant Referee: Wilkes, Matthew
Fourth Official: Simpson, Jeremy
Video Assistant Referee: Bond, Darren
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Cann, Darren

Chelsea (First Team) v Newcastle United FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Gillett, Jarred
Assistant Referee: Perry, Marc
Assistant Referee: Smith, Wade
Fourth Official: Stroud, Keith
Video Assistant Referee: Bankes, Peter
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Aspinall, Natalie

Crystal Palace FC (First Team) v Nottingham Forest F.C. (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Bramall, Thomas
Assistant Referee: Smart, Edward
Assistant Referee: Greenhalgh, Nick
Fourth Official: Langford, Oliver
Video Assistant Referee: Tierney, Paul
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Singh Gill, Bhupinder

Everton FC (First Team) v AFC Bournemouth (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Attwell, Stuart
Assistant Referee: Hatzidakis, Constantine
Assistant Referee: Mainwaring, James
Fourth Official: Bell, James
Video Assistant Referee: Oliver, Michael
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Scholes, Mark

Leeds United AFC (First Team) v Tottenham Hotspur (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Taylor, Anthony
Assistant Referee: Beswick, Gary
Assistant Referee: Nunn, Adam
Fourth Official: Webb, David
Video Assistant Referee: Salisbury, Michael
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Davies, Neil

Leicester City FC (First Team) v West Ham United (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Hooper, Simon
Assistant Referee: Holmes, Adrian
Assistant Referee: West, Richard
Fourth Official: Donohue, Matthew
Video Assistant Referee: Kavanagh, Christopher
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Robathan, Daniel

Manchester United FC (First Team) v Fulham (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: Jones, Robert
Assistant Referee: Lennard, Harry
Assistant Referee: Hopton, Nick
Fourth Official: Eltringham, Geoff
Video Assistant Referee: Madley, Andrew
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Meredith, Steven

Southampton FC (First Team) v Liverpool FC (First Team)
Premier League    
Referee: England, Darren
Assistant Referee: Cook, Dan
Assistant Referee: Lewis, Sam
Fourth Official: Whitestone, Dean
Video Assistant Referee: Pawson, Craig
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Massey-Ellis, Sian
« Last Edit: Fri 26 May 2023 21:35 by aaa »

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That sounds like an Andre swansong back with one of his original pairings 😭

No surprises really bar Attwell, and no Pawson on field.

Bond on VAR is interesting, as is Singh Gill

S.Lewis the only SG2 AR on field, I'm guessing himself SG and Howson are up for promotion?

I'll have to give Dean Whitestone a wink on bmbs behalf 😉, also James Bell at Everton is, well, interesting!
« Last Edit: Fri 26 May 2023 09:26 by Adam »
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Hooper at Leicester would suggest, as I mentioned in a previous thread, that he is now considered capable of handling the big games  - and rightly so!

No middle for Scott… surely this doesn’t mean he’s staying for another year at SG1?
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I certainly wouldn't be surprised if we hear that Marriner is retiring as an on-field referee.

Not sure what to make about the situation with Graham Scott. If he was retiring you'd hope he'd referee a final day game. But I don't think he's refereed a PL game for several weeks now (Leicester V Villa is the last one that immediately springs to mind?) so he seems very out of favour if he is planning to continue.

I'd have liked Bramall to get a slightly higher profile game if he was going to be used - maybe something like Chelsea V Newcastle.

We did speculate about Bond being used as a VAR although I'm a bit surprised it's Brentford V man City considering Brentford still have a chance of Europe.

Coote seems to have had some steady appointments this season and actually most of the complaints seem to have been before the games rather than after them. He seems to have made good progress this season, as does Brooks. And of course Hooper with the most notable progress of all and no surprise that he gets the Leicester game.
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Tierney being well protected from on field duties before his fa cup final
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Only real surprise for me is Oliver as VAR and Attwell as on field referee

I would of like to of seen Simon Hooper with the Championship play off final. I think his season has deserved a big final so a little disappointed he hasn't been given one.

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Think i will give up on my ambitions of being appointment secretary.
A few good appointments, some not so favourable.
Not keen on Coote at Villa Park hope he proves me wrong, but more so hope he manages to complete the full game in the middle.
Good game for Andre and sadly as some have said looks like it maybe a swansong.
Tierney left out of the limelight along with Pawson, Kavanagh and A Madley.
Deserved high profile games for Hooper and Brooks with Jones getting the spiky Man Utd v Fulham game though most of the formers first eleven will probably be having a rest.
Oliver as var after refereeing the championship play off final the day before as expected.
With regards Scott, he certainly doesnt seem to have the confidence of his employers.

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Attwell, Taylor and Hooper on the big games at the bottom, with the relegation places the only major thing to sort out. Marriner's likely final match comes at Arsenal. SG2 officials on board duties, with SG1 officials on referee and VAR duties. Largely, not too many surprises with this set of appointments

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Few surprises for me in these appointments:

Bond on VAR for Brentford v Man City when Brentford have change to qualify for Europa Conference League. Believe it’s first time Bond has done VAR since 19/20 season. Maybe a game like Palace Forest would have been better.

Surprised cup final team don’t get a run out, but I suppose they want to shield them from any potential controversy.

James Bell as 4th official at Goodison Park, believe it’s his first season as an SG2 ref. I know there’s no other SG1 officials available but maybe a more experienced SG2 ref such as Stroud or Whitestone would have been better in case the unlikely happens to Attwell.

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Only real surprise for me is Oliver as VAR and Attwell as on field referee

I would of like to of seen Simon Hooper with the Championship play off final. I think his season has deserved a big final so a little disappointed he hasn't been given one.

Oliver has Championship playoff final on Saturday

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I'll have to give Dean Whitestone a wink on bmbs behalf 😉

I was just thinking Southampton is less travel than Everton and it would be very neighbourly to go and wave goodbye to our dear neighbours!
Hajrá Lilák. Csak a Kispest. Hajrá Magyarok! Hajrá játékvezetői csapat! Soha ne add fel. Nincs sárga kérem!!!
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I thought Hooper would be in the mix for one of the big games. Taylor was a lock to be somewhere.

Bramall at Old Trafford would have been a good experience for him in his first season.

Let’s hope Hatzidakis has a goof free game as he’s been off the boil recently.

Sam Lewis and Singh Gill from SG2 involved.
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Rob Jones looks like he got the best deal with the shortest trip.

Lots of refs heading to London

Darren England gets the short straw from Doncaster to Southampton

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That sounds like an Andre swansong back with one of his original pairings 😭

Judging by a notable VIP listed at the match, you might be correct.
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That sounds like an Andre swansong back with one of his original pairings 😭

Judging by a notable VIP listed at the match, you might be correct.

Oh noooo who's the VIP???