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UEFA’s Decision on Michael Oliver and Anthony Taylor After Euro 2024 Controversies

The English pair have been actively involved in the tournament, with one officiating a game alongside on-field assistants and VAR, and the other taking charge of a quarter-final match later the same evening. However, both referees have faced criticism during the competition, with UEFA’s managing director of referees citing areas for improvement in their decision-making process and time taken for reviews.

While praising the decision made by one referee, the managing director also highlighted that the duration of the review process should be improved. He acknowledged the pressure of the Euros and emphasized the need for accuracy and speed in decision-making.

The other referee received severe criticism for a particular decision, with a player expressing frustration at the inability to discuss it due to the rules. The player criticized the rule and expressed dissatisfaction with the referee’s decisions.

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