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Euro 2012 referees punished before the quarter finals.

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Date : Wed, 2012-06-20 19:35
Euro 2012 referees punished before the quarter finals.

Euro 2012 referees punished before the quarter finals.

 Pierluigi Colina announced at a meeting of referees today that four of them leave and will not run games from 1/4-final because of errors in the group stage matches. Referees who are affected by its actions over the outcome of matches are Wolfgang Stark (Germany), which leaves not because Penalty Awarded in favor of Croatia for violation of Sergio Ramos against Mario Mandzhukich the match with Spain. The Spaniards won 1-0 and Croats removed before the knockout phase.
Victor Kasai (Hungary) also leaves the Euro 2012 goal for override in favor of Ukraine against England last night.
Spaniard Carlos Velasco Karbayo that hurt the Greeks in the opening match is eliminated from the tournament because they did not give a penalty for Denmark against Germany for infringement against Bendtner.
Bjorn Kaypers (Holland) is the fourth to his departure, said Colin. Together with the head removed arbitrators leave their assistants and no matter how they are presented.
Of the remaining eight referees will be set judges in the last seven knockout matches - four quarterfinals, two semifinals and the title race.
The other eight justices who remain are: Dzhuneyt Chakar (Turkey), Jonas Eriksson Sweden), Stefan Lanotte (France), Pedro Proensa (Portugal), Nicola Rizzoli (Italy), Damir Skomina (Slovenia), Craig Thompson (Scotland) Howard Webb (England).

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