I've always disliked Peter Fröjdfeldt because of his behaviour on the pitch and it wasn't any difference yesterday. It seems like he has to take personal fights with players, it's ridicolous.
I think it's important that UEFA tells the referee's where the standard should be so a team like Italy, who often gets easy freekicks in Serie A, knows how things should be working. They can only blame their defence for losing yesterday.
I think referee's has to take into consideration that stronger players doesn't always foul, they're simply bigger and stronger than their opponents and this shouldn't be an disadvantage for them.
As for the decisions so far:
-One of Ufo's handballs could've easily been called for, but the referee didn't bother. I don't think any of them were intentional, but then you have to make a proper judgement of the situation.
-Pogratez should've been sent off against Croatia after taking down Olić which would've rendered into a second yellow card.
-Mehmet Aurelio got away with a horrendous challenge on Nani, this could've been a leg-break.
-Makélélé also got away with an absolutely disgraceful tackle on a romanian player. That should've at least rendered into a booking and could've easily been a sending off.
You can't always count on good refereeing though, it's always something wrong with them. If they don't make any serious misstakes, then they're way too picky or blow the whistle all too much..
Originally Posted by Andrix
zoric man, do you have like 5 screens in your room streaming 7 channels while simultaneously following 10 livescore websites?
Originally Posted by BoRiS_ThE_BuLLetDoDgeR