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Author Topic: Sun 26th December - Monday 4th January 2021  (Read 9189 times)

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greeny

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Sun 26th December - Monday 4th January 2021
« on: Thu 17 Dec 2020 22:17 »
26th December

12.30 Leicester City v Manchester United
R - Mike Dean
ARs - Ian Hussin and Dan Robathan
4th - Rob Jones
VAR - Graham Scott
AVAR - Neil Davies

Aston Villa v Crystal Palace
R - Anthony Taylor
ARs - Adam Nunn and James Mainwaring
4th - Peter Bankes
VAR - Craig Pawson
AVAR - Simon Long

Fulham v Southampton
R - Darren England
ARs - Mark Scholes and Sian Massey-Ellis
4th - Simon Hooper
VAR - Jonathan Moss
AVAR - Timothy Wood

17.30 Arsenal v Chelsea
R - Michael Oliver
ARs - Stuart Burt and Simon Bennett
4th - Stuart Attwell
VAR - Paul Tierney
AVAR - Constantine Hatzidakis  Stephen Child

20.00 Manchester City v Newcastle United
R - Andre Marriner
ARs - Scott Ledger and Richard West
4th - Andy Madley
VAR - Lee Mason
AVAR - Matthew Wilkes

20.00 Sheffield United v Everton
R - David Coote
ARs - Gary Beswick and Nick Hopton
4th - Martin Atkinson
VAR - Chris Kavanagh
AVAR - Andy Halliday

27th December

12.00 Leeds United v Burnley
R - Rob Jones
ARs - Darren Cann and Marc Perry Nick  Greenhalgh
4th - Craig Pawson
VAR - Michael Oliver
AVAR - Andy Halliday

14.15 West Ham United v Brighton & Hove Albion
R - Simon Hooper
ARs - Eddie Smart Matthew Jones and Derek Eaton
4th - Lee Mason
VAR - Andy Madley
AVAR - Andy Halliday

16.30 Liverpool v West Bromich Albion
R - Kevin Friend
ARs - Simon Beck and Adrian Holmes
4th - Anthony Taylor
VAR - Martin Atkinson
AVAR - Peter Kirkup

19.15 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Tottenham Hotspur
R - Paul Tierney
ARs - Dan Cook and Harry Lennard
4th - Andre Marriner
VAR - David Coote
AVAR - Nick Hopton


28th December

Crystal Palace v Leicester City
R - Graham Scott
ARs - Peter Kirkup and Timothy Wood
4th - Dean Whitestone
VAR - Rob Jones
AVAR - Marc Perry Mark Scholes

17.30 Chelsea v Aston Villa
R - Stuart Attwell
ARs - Simon Long and Neil Davies
4th - Gavin Ward
VAR - Darren England
AVAR - Simon Bennett

20.00 Everton v Manchester City
R - Martin Atkinson
ARs - Lee Betts and Constantine Hatzidakis Edward Smart
4th - Chris Kavanagh
VAR - Mike Dean
AVAR - Darren Cann



29th December

18.00 Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal
R - Craig Pawson Martin Atkinson
ARs - Adam Nunn and Ian Hussin
4th - John Brooks
VAR - Anthony Taylor Stuart Attwell
AVAR - Stephen Child

18.00 Burnley v Sheffield United
R - Chris Kavanagh
ARs - Gary Beswick and Sian Massey-Ellis
4th - Michael Oliver
VAR - Peter Bankes
AVAR - Matthew Wilkes
 
18.00 Southampton v West Ham United
R - Andy Madley
ARs - Scott Ledger and Richard West
4th - Tim Robinson
VAR - Andre Marriner
AVAR - Timothy Wood

18.00 West Bromich Albion v Leeds United
R - Lee Mason
ARs - Mark Scholes and Nick Hopton
4th - Michael Salisbury
VAR - Kevin Friend
AVAR - Simon Beck

20.00 Manchester United v Wolverhampton Wanderers
R - Jonathan Moss
ARs - Marc Perry Simon Bennett and Dan Robathan
4th - Paul Tierney
VAR - Simon Hooper
AVAR - Derek Eaton

30th December

18.00 Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham
R - Peter Bankes
ARs - Dan Cook and James Mainwaring
4th - Anthony Taylor
VAR - David Coote
AVAR - Stephen Child


20.00 Newcastle United v Liverpool
R - Paul Tierney
ARs - Harry Lennard and Adrian Holmes
4th - Lee Mason
VAR - Stuart Attwell
AVAR - Stephen Child

1st January

17.30 Everton v West Ham United
R - Kevin Friend
ARs - Simon Beck and Eddie Smart
4th - Andy Madley
VAR - Simon Hooper
AVAR - Nick Hopton

20.00 Manchester United v Aston Villa
R - Michael Oliver
ARs - Stuart Burt and Simon Bennett
4th - Darren England
VAR - Paul Tierney
AVAR - Lee Betts

2nd January

12.30 Tottenham Hotspur v Leeds United
R - David Coote
ARs - Lee Betts and Nick Hopton
4th - Graham Scott
VAR - Paul Tierney
AVAR - Matthew Wilkes

Crystal Palace v Sheffield United
R - Stuart Attwell
ARs - Marc Perry Neil Davies and Peter Kirkup
4th - Keith Stroud
VAR - Andre Marriner
AVAR - Richard West

17.30 Brighton & Hove Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers
R - Chris Kavanagh Andrew Madley
ARs - Dan Cook and Sian Massey-Ellis
4th - Dean Whitestone
VAR - Peter Bankes
AVAR - James Mainwaring

20.00 West Bromich Albion v Arsenal
R - Martin Atkinson
ARs - Constantine Hatzidakis Darren Cann and Harry Lennard
4th - Darren England
VAR - Jonathan Moss
AVAR - Stephen Child
 
3rd January

12.00 Burnley v Fulham
R - Craig Pawson
ARs - Ian Hussin and Dan Robathan
4th - Michael Oliver
VAR - Graham Scott
AVAR - Timothy Wood


14.15 Newcastle United v Leicester City
R - Rob Jones
ARs - Mark Scholes and Derek Eaton
4th - Martin Atkinson
VAR - Lee Mason
AVAR - Adrian Holmes

16.30 Chelsea v Manchester City
R - Anthony Taylor
ARs - Gary Beswick and Adam Nunn
4th - Peter Bankes
VAR - Mike Dean
AVAR - Darren Cann

4th January

20.00 Southampton v Liverpool
R - Andre Marriner
ARs - Scott Ledger and Simon Long
4th - Stuart Attwell
VAR - Andy Madley
AVAR - Stephen Child
« Last Edit: Sat 02 Jan 2021 17:50 by aaa »

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greeny

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Including the fixtures this weekend, here is the spread of matches across the group

3 matches - Atkinson, Kavanagh, Marriner, pawson, Taylor, Tierney
2 matches - Attwell, Bankes, Coote, Dean, Friend, Jones, Mason, Moss, Oliver, Scott
1 match - England, Hooper, Madley

For VAR
4 - Tierney
3 - Coote, Hooper, Madley, Mason, Oliver
2 - Attwell, Bankes, Dean, England, Friend, Marriner, Moss, Scott
1 - Atkinson, Jones, Kavanagh, pawson, Taylor

Nothing for Jarred Gillett as VAR - who has a match in every round from Boxing Day to New Year in the Championship

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Rob jones involved in every leicester game - surely they couldíve mixed it up?

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Rob jones involved in every leicester game - surely they couldíve mixed it up?

Youíre joking arenít you- the appointment makers couldnít organise a day out at a park!

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A very disappointing spread of appointments once again from the PL

Oliver with Arsenal for the 3rd time this season after having them against Wolves 4 matches ago.
Tierney with Spurs for 3rd time also, but first time on Wolves

Graham Scott refs Palace for the 3rd time this season - half of his games this season so far have been involving C Palace.
ATtwell with Chelsea again barely 2 weeks after doing their game against Wolves, and Pawson's 3rd Arsenal game - albeit first since October.
Madley back with a game at St Mary's - his last PL game was also a Southampton game against Sheffield United. He's had the same number of games as SImon Hooper which is absolutely disgraceful. For a FIFA referee to be involved in so few PL games is scandalous

3rd Everton game for Friend and Oliver refs M United again soon after doing the Sheffield United away game - 3 matchdays!
3rd Arsenal game already for Atkinson - 3 of their past 9 games he has refereed. ALso referees West Brom barely 2 weeks after doing their game against A Villa!

Marriner referees Southampton for the 3rd time this season
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I think too much is sometimes made of how quickly a referee has a team again but Atkinson doing West Brom V Villa and West Brom V Arsenal less than two weeks later (and same for Attwell with Chelsea), and Jones doing Newcastle in LC and then in league 10 days later isn't great.

I think Tierney only has two PL games. Surprised to see Coote and Mason with three VAR games as I think they're two of the weakest in that role, and not sure that's where Madley's strengths especially lie either.

Good to see Jones get two PL games. A shame that England and especially Madley don't have the same - Madley's a FIFA referee and has done perfectly fine this season from what I've seen so not sure why they're so reluctant to give him games.
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A very disappointing spread of appointments once again from the PL

Oliver with Arsenal for the 3rd time this season after having them against Wolves 4 matches ago.


This is an example of where I don't see a problem. Oliver did Arsenal in week 2 back in September and then refereed them against Wolves more than two months later, and now is doing what would normally be considered a big game (when Arsenal are doing a bit better!) a month or so after that. I think that's perfectly fine.

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According to the Premier League website, a couple of changes to assistants meaning SG2 assistants will be in PL action:

Steve Child replaces Constantine Hatzidakis as AVAR at Arsenal

Nick Greenhalgh replaces Marc Perry at Leeds

Matthew Jones (making his PL debut) replaces Ed Smart at West Ham

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Hopefully Nuno is happier with Paul Tierney for the match home to Spurs.  Spurs are winless in their past 10 matches with Mr Tierney either in charge or on VAR (where he was for the 2-0 loss to Leicester last week) not a friend of my hapless Spurs side in those matches either....
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According to the Premier League website, a couple of changes to assistants meaning SG2 assistants will be in PL action:

Steve Child replaces Constantine Hatzidakis as AVAR at Arsenal

Nick Greenhalgh replaces Marc Perry at Leeds

Matthew Jones (making his PL debut) replaces Ed Smart at West Ham

Do you have any clue why this is?

edited to fix the quote thingamajigga, bmb.
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Good set of performances yesterday Saw Michael Oliver Match in full great performance both of the penalty decisions correct
Anthony Taylor saw most of and was defo a red second yellow
Darren England seemed to have a good game and same with David Coote

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Pity Rob Jones didnít. Poor decision not to allow Burnley goal

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Which I suspect he will be aware of and feel pretty crap about

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For me even though its unfortunate I think it is the right decision to disallow it and he called it before the ball went anywhere near the goal

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Why did he blow the whistle. It was never a foul on the keeper. It was more a penalty the other way. Very poor refereeing.