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Smarting Garcia eyes Lille coup as PSG lie in wait

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Paris (AFP) – Lyon coach Rudi Garcia will attempt to shake off his side’s bitter midweek French Cup quarter-final exit to Monaco and derail the Ligue 1 title hopes of his former club Lille on Sunday.
Garcia criticised referee Stephanie Frappart after Lyon had what appeared to be the opening goal disallowed in Wednesday’s 2-0 home loss, and for a yellow card shown to Memphis Depay that will rule him out against Lorient next month.
“It’s an elimination that was not at all deserved,” said Garcia. “We had too many things go against us. I don’t think the refereeing was at the level of the two teams.”

Stephanie Frappart UEFA First Female Official

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Frenchwoman Stephanie Frappart is set to become the first female official at the men’s European Championships this summer 2021.
Earlier this week, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) confirmed Frappart’s appointment, naming her as one of the 51-strong contingents. Even though Frappart is not officially named as one of the 18 match referees for the UEFA Champions League matches this year, she is expected to be either be a standby assistant referee or a fourth official.
Frappart has previously made history in the men’s game as the first female to ever referee a men’s Champions League game. She appeared at both a Ligue 1 match and a men’s World Cup qualifier. Her accomplishments go beyond the Champions League, as she led the 2019 Women’s World Cup final between the Netherlands and the United States. She also refereed at the 2019 Men’s UEFA Super Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool and at the Europa League.

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Veteran referee Dr Felix Brych and tournament newcomer Daniel Siebert have been selected to officiate at Euro 2020.
UEFA appoints Brych and Siebert for Euro 2020
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has announced the match officials for this summer’s European Championship that will take place from 11th June to 11th July 2021. German FIFA referees Dr Felix Brych (Munich) and Daniel Siebert (Berlin) are among the 18 selected officials for the 51 matches of the pan-European international tournament.
Alongside Dr Felix Brych and Daniel Siebert, assistant referees Mark Borsch (Mönchengladbach) and Stefan Lupp (Zossen) have been appointed, as well as Jan Seidel (Oberkrämer) and Rafael Foltyn (Wiesbaden).

Stephanie Frappart the first woman to officiate at men's European Championships

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Stephanie Frappart the first woman to officiate at men’s European Championship
Updated: April 21 2021, 6.12pm
Stephanie Frappart will become the first woman to officiate at a men’s European Championships this summer (Mike Egerton/PA)
Stephanie Frappart will become the first woman to officiate at a men’s European Championship this summer after being selected as a fourth official for Euro 2020.
The 37-year-old Frenchwoman will be making more history, having already been the first woman to have refereed a Ligue 1 match, the UEFA Super Cup, a Champions League match and, as of last month, a World Cup qualifier after taking charge of Holland against Latvia.

Frappart to become first female official at men's European Championship

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Apr 21, 2021 3:03 PM
(Reuters) – Frenchwoman Stephanie Frappart will become the first female official to be involved in European Championship matches after UEFA confirmed the list of referees for this year’s tournament.
In the past two years, Frappart became the first female to referee a men’s Champions League match, a French Ligue 1 game and a men’s World Cup qualifier.
Frappart was not named among the 18 referees to take charge of the 51 Euro 2020 games but she will be involved as a support match official, working either as a fourth official or a reserve assistant referee.
The European Championship, pushed back a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be held from June 11-July 11 in cities in 12 countries.

Portugal, Belgium held in World Cup qualifying, Ireland shocked

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Portugal, Belgium held in World Cup qualifying, Ireland shocked
Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo reacts during the World Cup 2022 group A qualifying soccer match between Serbia and Portugal at the Rajko Mitic stadium. (Darko Vojinovic/AP)
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March 27, 2021, 8:07 PM
Portugal and Belgium were left frustrated by draws in their World Cup qualifying matches. Ireland was left in shock.
Cristiano Ronaldo stormed off after he failed to score as Portugal was held 2-2 by Serbia -- though TV replays indicated he did put the ball over the line -- while top-ranked Belgium could only salvage a 1-1 draw in the Czech Republic. On a night when underdogs tested big names, Luxembourg pulled off the biggest shock of all to beat Ireland 1-0.

Frappart becomes first woman to referee men's World Cup qualifier


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March 29, 2021
AMSTERDAM: Stephanie Frappart reached another milestone on Saturday when she became the first female referee to take charge of a men’s World Cup qualifier during the Netherlands’ 2-0 win over Latvia in Amsterdam. Steven Berghuis and Luuk de Jong scored either side of halftime as the Netherlands got their 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifying hopes back on track after a shock 4-2 loss to Turkey in their opening match. Earlier in December, Frenchwoman Frappart became the first female official to take charge of a men’s Champions League match when Italian champions Juventus defeated Ukrainian club Dynamo Kyiv 3-0 in the group stage in Turin. She also refereed the Super Cup match between Liverpool and Chelsea in 2019, and the women’s World Cup final between the U.S. and the Netherlands the same year.

Ronaldo riled, Ireland embarrassed on night of surprises

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Ronaldo riled, Ireland embarrassed on night of surprises
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Aleksandar Mitrovic celebrates scoring Serbia's first goal in a 2-2 World Cup qualifying draw against Portugal at Rajko Mitic Stadium in Belgrade on Saturday. REUTERS
Cristiano Ronaldo threw his captain's armband to the ground in anger after being controversially denied an injury-time winner as Portugal blew a two-goal lead against Serbia in World Cup qualifying on Saturday, while Luxembourg produced the biggest shock of the night by beating Ireland 1-0 in Dublin.
Elsewhere, Romelu Lukaku's 59th international goal salvaged Belgium a 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic, and the Netherlands saw off Latvia 2-0 after their opening Group G defeat by Turkey.

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PARIS: Cristiano Ronaldo threw his captain’s armband to the ground in anger after being controversially denied an injury-time winner as Portugal blew a two-goal lead against Serbia in World Cup qualifying on Saturday, while Romelu Lukaku’s 59th international goal salvaged Belgium a 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic.
The Netherlands saw off Latvia 2-0 after their opening Group G defeat by Turkey, who backed up that performance with an impressive 3-0 victory over Norway.
Portugal drew 2-2 in Belgrade, despite Ronaldo believing he had scored the winner in the third minute of stoppage time when the ball appeared to cross the goalline before Stefan Mitrovic cleared.

Dutch fans cheer win over Latvia as players protest for rights in Qatar

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Dutch fans cheer win over Latvia as players protest for rights in Qatar
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Dutch fans cheer on their team during the World Cup qualifying win over Latvia Remko de Waal ANP/AFP
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The Netherlands earned their first win of the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign on Saturday with a 2-0 win over Latvia in front of 5,000 fans, who saw Stephanie Frappart make history and another pre-match protest for human rights in Qatar.
Frank de Boer's side bounced back from their opening round defeat in Turkey with a dominant performance that delighted the small but rowdy crowd at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam.

Dutch Fans Cheer Win Over Latvia As Players Protest For Rights In Qatar

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Dutch Fans Cheer Win Over Latvia As Players Protest For Rights In Qatar
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The Netherlands earned their first win of the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign on Saturday with a 2-0 victory over Latvia in front of 5,000 fans, who saw Stephanie Frappart make history and another pre-match protest for human rights in Qatar.
Frank de Boer's side bounced back from their opening round defeat in Turkey with a dominant performance that delighted the small but rowdy crowd at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam.
The Dutch capital is set to host matches at this summer's delayed Euro 2020 and the supporters, who all tested negative for Covid-19, were at the match as part of an experiment to see whether events with spectators can take place safely during the pandemic.

Netherlands 2-0 Latvia: Dutch dominate in World Cup qualifier

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Netherlands 2-0 Latvia: Dutch dominate in World Cup qualifier
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There were 5,000 home fans inside the Cruijff Arena
The Netherlands bounced back from their disappointment against Turkey with victory over Latvia, as Stephanie Frappart became the first woman to referee a men's World Cup qualifier.
The Frenchwoman has previously taken charge of men's European club matches.
Feyenoord's Steven Berghuis and Sevilla's Luuk de Jong both scored in a match the Dutch dominated.
The game was played in front of 5,000 home fans in the 55,000-capacity Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam.
The lucky few had to follow strict Covid-19 protocols to get the chance to watch the national side.

Ronaldo fumes after World Cup qualifying winner denied, Belgium held

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Ronaldo fumes after World Cup qualifying winner denied, Belgium held
Paris (AFP) – Cristiano Ronaldo threw his captain’s armband to the ground in anger after being controversially denied an injury-time winner as Portugal blew a two-goal lead against Serbia in World Cup qualifying on Saturday, while Romelu Lukaku’s 59th international goal salvaged Belgium a 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic.
The Netherlands saw off Latvia 2-0 after their opening Group G defeat by Turkey, who backed up that performance with an impressive 3-0 victory over Norway.
Portugal drew 2-2 in Belgrade, despite Ronaldo believing he had scored the winner in the third minute of stoppage time when the ball appeared to cross the goalline before Stefan Mitrovic cleared.

Portugal controversially denied in World Cup qualifying, Belgium held

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Portugal controversially denied in World Cup qualifying, Belgium held
Paris (AFP) – Cristiano Ronaldo was controversially denied an injury-time winner as Portugal blew a two-goal lead to be held by Serbia in World Cup qualifying on Saturday, while Romelu Lukaku’s 59th international goal was only enough to salvage Belgium a 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic.
The Netherlands saw off Latvia 2-0 after their opening Group G defeat by Turkey, who backed up that performance with an impressive 3-0 victory over Norway.
Portugal appeared to be cruising to three points in Belgrade when leading 2-0 at the interval through Liverpool winger Diogo Jota’s first-half double.

Ronaldo Fumes After World Cup Qualifying Winner Denied, Belgium Held

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Ronaldo Fumes After World Cup Qualifying Winner Denied, Belgium Held
By Jed Court
03/27/21 AT 10:02 PM
Cristiano Ronaldo threw his captain's armband to the ground in anger after being controversially denied an injury-time winner as Portugal blew a two-goal lead against Serbia in World Cup qualifying on Saturday, while Romelu Lukaku's 59th international goal salvaged Belgium a 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic.
The Netherlands saw off Latvia 2-0 after their opening Group G defeat by Turkey, who backed up that performance with an impressive 3-0 victory over Norway.
Portugal drew 2-2 in Belgrade, despite Ronaldo believing he had scored the winner in the third minute of stoppage time when the ball appeared to cross the goalline before Stefan Mitrovic cleared.

Ronaldo fumes after World Cup qualifying winner denied, Belgium held | Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)

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Ronaldo fumes after World Cup qualifying winner denied, Belgium held
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armband to the ground in anger after being controversially denied an injury-
time winner as Portugal blew a two-goal lead against Serbia in World Cup
qualifying on Saturday, while Romelu Lukaku’s 59th international goal
salvaged Belgium a 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic.
The Netherlands saw off Latvia 2-0 after their opening Group G defeat by
Turkey, who backed up that performance with an impressive 3-0 victory over
Norway.
winner in the third minute of stoppage time when the ball appeared to cross
the goalline before Stefan Mitrovic cleared.

Frappart Becomes First Woman To Referee Men's Qualifier

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Stephanie Frappart reached another milestone on Saturday when she became the first female referee to take charge of a men’s World Cup qualifier during the Netherlands’ 2-0 win over Latvia in Amsterdam.
Steven Berghuis and Luuk de Jong scored either side of halftime as the Netherlands got their 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifying hopes back on track after a shock 4-2 loss to Turkey in their opening match.
Earlier in December, Frenchwoman Frappart became the first female official to take charge of a men’s Champions League match when Italian champions Juventus defeated Ukrainian club Dynamo Kyiv 3-0 in the group stage in Turin.

History as Frenchwoman Becomes First Female to Referee a Men's World Cup Qualifying Match


History as Frenchwoman Becomes First Female to Referee a Men's World Cup Qualifying Match
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History as Frenchwoman Becomes First Female to Referee a Men's World Cup Qualifying Match
- Stephanie Frappart was in charge of the game between Netherlands and Latvia, becoming the first female to officiate a match of such a stature
- Back in 2019, Frappart also inked her name in history books as she was the first woman to take charge of a Champions League game pitting Chelsea and Liverpool
- Saturday's match between Netherlands and Latvia ended in a 2-0 win for the Dutch side, with Steven Berghuis and Luuk de Jong scoring a goal each

Netherlands bounce back in World Cup qualifying, Turkey win again

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Netherlands bounce back in World Cup qualifying, Turkey win again
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The Netherlands bounced back with a victory on Saturday MAURICE VAN STEEN ANP/AFP
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The Netherlands secured their first win in qualifying for the 2022 World Cup on Saturday by beating Latvia 2-0 in Amsterdam, but Turkey took control of Group G with an impressive victory over Norway.
Turkey, who beat the Dutch 4-2 on Thursday, made it two wins from two games as they cruised past Erling Braut Haaland's Norway in a match played in Malaga, Spain.
Montenegro also have six points from two outings after following their success against Latvia with a 4-1 home win over Gibraltar.

Stephanie Frappart makes history by taking charge of men's World Cup qualifier between Netherlands and Latvia

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Another piece of history made
Having consistently impressed in the women’s game, Frappart broke further new ground on Saturday following her Champions League appearance as she ran the rule over the World Cup qualifier between Netherlands and Latvia.
Frappart leads the way
While Frappart is the high-profile female official - having been the referee for the 2019 Fifa Women’s World Cup final between USA and Netherlands - she is not the only one who has impressed, and Kateryna Monzul will follow her lead when she takes charge of the World Cup qualifier between Austria and Faroe Islands in Vienna on Sunday.

Dutch Fans Cheer Win Over Latvia As Players Protest For Rights In Qatar

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Dutch Fans Cheer Win Over Latvia As Players Protest For Rights In Qatar
03/27/21 AT 4:34 PM
The Netherlands earned their first win of the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign on Saturday with a 2-0 victory over Latvia in front of 5,000 fans, who saw Stephanie Frappart make history and another pre-match protest for human rights in Qatar.
Frank de Boer's side bounced back from their opening round defeat in Turkey with a dominant performance that delighted the small but rowdy crowd at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam.
The Dutch capital is set to host matches at this summer's delayed Euro 2020 and the supporters, who all tested negative for Covid-19, were at the match as part of an experiment to see whether events with spectators can take place safely during the pandemic.

Fans in attendance as Netherlands bounce back and Frappart makes history

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Fans in attendance as Netherlands bounce back and Frappart makes history
A dominant performance from Frank de Boer’s side delighted the small but rowdy crowd in Amsterdam.
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A view of the Netherlands' win against Latvia today.
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THE NETHERLANDS EARNED their first win of the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign today with a 2-0 victory over Latvia in front of 5,000 fans, who saw Stephanie Frappart make history and another pre-match protest for human rights in Qatar.
Frank de Boer’s side bounced back from their opening-round defeat in Turkey with a dominant performance that delighted the small but rowdy crowd at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam.

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