VAR David Coote left out Premier League matches this weekend after admitting an error about Tottenham star Giovani Lo Celso's stamp on Chelsea & Cesar Azpilicueta
- Premier League referee David Coote did not get a top flight race this week
- He admitted he had made a mistake at the stamp of Tottenham star Giovani Lo Celso
- Coote control later rose Saturday to Saturday at the King Power Stadium
Premier League Referee David Coote, who was the VAR at Stamford Bridge, didn't get a Premier League match this weekend.
VAR revealed that it made a mistake by not sending Lo Celso for his challenge to the defender in the 2-1 victory of the Blues on Saturday.
The midfielder's studs crackled down to defend the Chelsea leaving him with severe pain but fortune and without serious injury.
Referee Michael Oliver did not take any action on the field, but VAR assessed the incident from several angles for some time.
They came to the conclusion that sending was not worth it or even a yellow card and Oliver did not check the monitor on the field to see the challenge itself.
Match of the Day 2 presenter Mark Chapman said he asked why no red card was issued and told him: & # 39; It was not a clear and obvious error because VAR did not feel that he could set foot somewhere else. & # 39;
But later in the game, officials at Stockley Park revealed that it was worthy of a red card and they made a mistake. Referee group PGMOL later said that Coote had taken the decision wrong.
The investigation of Coote increased later on Saturday when he seemed to invoke another decision incorrectly in the Manchester City victory over Leicester.
Coote did not give a penalty for handball against Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City from the free kick by James Maddison.
Jamie Redknapp hit the decision to use David Coote as the video assistant referee for the second time in a day.
& (39) He (David Coote) previously had a nightmare (in Chelsea v spurs). He is not doing much better here. He needed some rest tonight & # 39 ;, Redknapp said on Sky Sports.
& # 39; And he cannot see that it was previously a red card. That's a handball. He raises his hands to protect the money maker.
& # 39; Look at his hands, he raises his hands to the money maker. You duck.
& # 39; He is the best player in the league, but he does not want to get that ball in his face. It's that simple. & # 39;
Premier League referees David Coote and Andy Madley pass fitness test on second attempt to join the FIFA International List
- David Coote and Andy Madley joined FIFA International List
- Coote will be relieved after his VAR error at Chelsea v Spurs
- He has not recommended a red card for a clear stamp for Giovani Lo Celso
- The Premier League referees had not previously met the physical standard
- They are now eligible to organize European and international competitions this year
Earlier this month, Sportsmail revealed that the couple had failed to meet the physical standard required in an induction camp in Mallorca.
They have since improved their condition and are now eligible to organize European and international competitions later this year.
Coote will be relieved to have passed the test after a few difficult weeks after being criticized on Saturday for not recommending a red card for Tottenham midfielder Giovani Lo Celso in his role as VAR official, after the Argentinian had stamped Cesar Azpilicueta on Chelsea.
Referee group PGMOL later said that Coote had taken the decision wrong. The control of Coote became even more intense later in the day when he did not award a penalty kick to Manchester City in his second match as the VAR Leicester when Kevin De Bruyne blocked James Maddison's free kick with his arms in the area.
Coote and Madley join six other English referees on the FIFA list.
MARK CLATTENBURG: The stamp of Giovani Lo Celso on Cesar Azpilicueta endangered his safety … I am shaky that VAR official David Coote did not recommend a red card
- VAR would The stamp of Giovani Lo Celso was a red card
- Michael Oliver could have missed the incident because of his positioning
- The FA is powerless to ban Lo Celso retroactively because of the referral
Like everyone else, I was a shaky VAR official David Coote did not recommend a red card after Spurs midfielder Giovani Lo Celso had stamped on Chelsea & Cesar Azpilicueta.
Coote had all the corners available and should have been able to establish that this was a clear stamp that endangered the safety of an opponent.
I understand how Michael Oliver could have missed the incident because of his positioning. It happens, but that's why VAR is there. I don't know why Coote did not advise Oliver to check himself on the monitor. I'm sure Oliver would have sent Lo Celso.
The FA is now powerless to ban Lo Celso retroactively because the incident has been referred to VAR and has been checked by officials.
Coote's day went from bad to worse during the evening game, when he did not punish Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City after raising his arms and deflecting James Maddison's free kick.
] An argument could be made that De Bruyne protected his face, but at the moment he was handling the ball, his arms were away from his face and therefore he made himself bigger.
It should have been a punishment.
O Based on Coote's performance, I know for sure that Official Game Match Officials Ltd no longer allows VAR officials to play two games in one day.
VAR did its job well by awarding Burnley a penalty while Bournemouth celebrated scoring on the other side. This was always going to happen, but VAR was right. Adam Smith misjudged a cross and used the ball in the penalty area of Bournemouth.
His team then broke and scored, but VAR Chris Kavanagh did an excellent job of notifying referee Mike Dean of the handball and a penalty was correctly awarded to Burnley.
& # 39; He previously had a nightmare and is not doing much better here & # 39 ;: Jamie Redknapp gets a call to use David Coote – THE SAME VAR who decided against red card for Spurs & Giovani Lo Celso for stamp versus Chelsea – for Manchester City & trip to Leicester
Jamie Redknapp has been affected by the decision to use David Coote as the Video Assistant Referee for the second time in a day, after he seemed to call another decision incorrect.
VAR has since admitted that it made a mistake for not giving the Spurs midfielder his marching orders, despite having watched the incident from several angles for some time.
But Coote then failed to make a handball claim in the late game against Kev to defeat in Manchester City De Bruyne from the free kick of James Maddison
The failure to award a penalty to Leicester made Redknapp furious, believing Coote could have benefited from the evening off to take.
He (David Coote) previously had a nightmare (in Chelsea v Spurs). He is not doing much better here. He needed some rest tonight & # 39 ;, Redknapp said about Sky Sports.
& # 39; And he couldn't see it was a red card before. That's a handball. He raises his hands to protect the money maker.
& # 39; Look at his hands, he raises his hands to the money maker. You duck.
& # 39; He is the best player in the league, but he does not want to get that ball in his face. It's that simple.
Micah Richards agreed with his fellow expert, claiming that De Bruyne & # 39; s hands were not in a natural position.
& # 39; It's borderline because he's trying to cover his face.
& # 39; But as Jamie says they are in an unnatural position, he tries to cover the money maker. & # 39;
REVEALED: Premier League referees Andy Madley and David Coote fail FIFA fitness test in shameful episode for PGMOL chief Mike Riley after being nominated for European and international list
- Sportsmail may reveal the couple recently attended a training camp in Mallorca
- Andy Madley and David Coote did not meet the required standard to continue
- The English top flight referees now have the chance to retake the test
- It does not reflect well on PGMOL, who had no referee at the last World Cup
In an embarrassing episode for the PGMOL and head of referee Mike Riley, Sportsmail can reveal that the couple recently attended a training camp in Mallorca, but did not meet the physical standard to to go on.
Madley and Coote now have the chance to retake the test and sources have indicated that they have suffered from symptoms of & # 39; colds and flu & # 39; and & # 39; not working optimally & # 39; during the exam
The duo were the only male referees brought forward by PGMOL to represent England in the intake from this year.
But their induction was aborted after they failed to complete the equivalent of a strenuous & # 39; blink test & # 39 ;. It is understood that Coote came within a few sprints of the test, but had received several warnings and was withdrawn. Madley was somehow short
It does not reflect well on the PGMOL, which had no representative at the last World Cup. As a member of the FIFA list, officials can preside over the Champions League and Europa League games, as well as international competitions.
England has six referees on the list, with Michael Oliver by far the best. Riley hopes that his latest recommendations can prove their suitability when he gets a second chance from FIFA.
Coote took charge of his first Premier League match in 2018, which started at the Notts FA. In the same year, Madley began to become the referee of top flying competitions after starting in the local West Yorkshire competitions.
He is the older brother of former Premier League referee Bobby, who was fired in 2018 after recording a video with a joke about a disabled person.