Case Study: Offside and Interfering with an Opponent, 2014
A Newcastle goal is ruled out for offside in a controversial decision that could be argued either way. The mechanics employed by the referee team were spot on, reminding us all how to handle similar situations.
Case Study: A Difficult Offside Decision
Freeze frame analysis of a goal scored in a UCL match between Celtic and Helsingborgs shows the scorer was in an offside position when the ball was played to him; getting the call right would be difficult.
Case Study: Two Pieces of the Puzzle
An incorrect offside decision late in the match cost Swansea dear. What can we learn from this that we can apply to our own matches?
Case Study: Offside and Interfering With An Opponent
A decision not to give offside in a recent Premier League Boxing Day match between Newcastle United and Manchester United is analyzed.
Case Study: Four Decisions in 10 Seconds
Mark Halsey was the man in the middle in a recent Premier League match between Chelsea FC and Sunderland AFC. Early in the match, a sequence of events occurred that required a series of quick decisions from the referee crew. Decision #1 occurred when Chelsea midfielder Moses was fouled at midfield while facing his own…