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UEFA Cup Refwatch: City In French Hands At Aalborg

UEFA Cup Refwatch: City In French Hands At Aalborg



Stéphane Lannoy of La France will be overseeing Manchester City's UEFA Cup destiny in Denmark...

UEFA have just released the official's list for the do or die tie and it reads as follows...

Referee: Stéphane Lannoy (FRA)

Assistant referee:
Frédéric Cano (FRA) Laurent, André Ugo (FRA)

Fourth official: Antony Gautier (FRA)

UEFA Delegate: Michail Kassabov (BUL)

UEFA Referee observer:
Jean Lemmer (LUX)

"...Knowing the French people as I do, I expect a calm, measured and tactful approach to the game....ahem." - JB

Meanwhile, the excellent WorldReferee.Com gives us the low down on Monsieur Lannoy:

**Click Here: Info courtesy WorldReferee.Com**

'French referee Stephane Lannoy is a French federation referee since 1998. Lannoy used to play football until he was 20, didn't think he was good enough to become a professional and turned to refereeing instead. Something he had been doing already, while playing.

Lannoy is a Premier Development referee which means he has a chance to move up to become an Elite ref in the near future.

International matches

Three matches in the U21 European Championships in the Netherlands, a qualifier for the UEFA Cup in 2006 and one in 2007, one EUFA Cup match in 2006 and then suddenly a group stage match in the 2007 Champions League. His first. All this within a year, so this must be a referee with a bright international future.

Euro 2008... came a bit too early for him, he was there though, albeit as 4th official.

Beijing 2008

Lannoy was selected for Beijing.

2010 World Cup...

On October 24th 2008, FIFA announced Lannoy is on the provisional list of referees for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.'

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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Wednesday March 18 2009
Time: 2:49PM

Comments

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lets hope hes not card happy and flash them about all game or keep blowing every minute or so.
bluemooner_mcfc
18/03/2009 14:56:00
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lets hope hes not card happy and flash them about all game or keep blowing every minute or so.
bluemooner_mcfc
18/03/2009 14:56:00
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What's his hair like? It will have to be something special to beat the ref in the first leg.
MCFC_Goatboy
18/03/2009 15:26:00
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What's his hair like? It will have to be something special to beat the ref in the first leg.
MCFC_Goatboy
18/03/2009 15:26:00
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Well, Goat, you know the Luxembourg ref was very Spandau Ballet? Well this one is more Kraftwerk, I reckon.....http://worldreferee.com/site/copy.php?linkID=578&linkType=referee&contextType=bio
Johnny Baguette
18/03/2009 15:30:00
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Well, Goat, you know the Luxembourg ref was very Spandau Ballet? Well this one is more Kraftwerk, I reckon.....http://worldreferee.com/site/copy.php?linkID=578&linkType=referee&contextType=bio
Johnny Baguette
18/03/2009 15:30:00
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Furthermore, a massive French Strike is planned for the next two days. Will he turn up!?
Johnny Baguette
18/03/2009 16:36:00
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Furthermore, a massive French Strike is planned for the next two days. Will he turn up!?
Johnny Baguette
18/03/2009 16:36:00
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The french strikers are like lighting, they come and go very quickly,He may been flown to Aalborg already to counter the possibility, but will the team turn up?
Buzz Lightyear
18/03/2009 18:09:00
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The french strikers are like lighting, they come and go very quickly,He may been flown to Aalborg already to counter the possibility, but will the team turn up?
Buzz Lightyear
18/03/2009 18:09:00
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