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Cards for Teamofficials 2020/21

Cards for teamofficials 2020/21. An Overview.

Cautions as sending-offs for team officials in the 1st Bundesliga (m), the 2nd Bundesliga (m) and the German Cup (m) as well as the Champions League (m) and Europa League (m) in the 2020/21 season.

Unfortunately, there are no sources for women’s football that provide the equivalent information.

For the last season see here: Cards for teamofficials 2019/20 (only 🇩🇪).

1st Bundesliga (m)

Status: 9th matchday

Red cards

None.

Yellow-red cards

None.

Yellow card

  • Manuel Baum (FC Schalke 04, manager): For protesting in the 53rd minute during the match between Mainz 05 and FC Schalke 04 (7th matchday).
  • Onur Cinel (FC Schalke 04, Co-Trainer): For protesting in the 53rd minute during the match between Mainz 05 and FC Schalke 04 (7th matchday).
  • Hendrik Herzog (Hertha BSC, kitman): For protesting in the 90+2st minute during the match between Bayer 04 Leverkusen and Hertha BSC (9th matchday).
  • Florian Kohfeldt (Werder Bremen, manager): For protesting in the 81th minute during the match between FC Bayern Munich and Werder Bremen (8th matchday).
  • Pellegrino Matarazzo (VfB Stuttgart, manager): For protesting in the 57th minute during the match between 1 FSV Mainz 05 and VfB Stuttgart (2nd matchday).
  • Bruno Labbadia (Hertha BSC, manager): For protesting in the 90+1st minute during the match between RB Leipzig and Hertha BSC (5th matchday).

Non (more) employed teamofficials

None.

2nd Bundesliga (m)

Status: 9th matchday

Red cards

None.

Yellow-red cards

None.

Yellow card

2

  • Steffen Baumgart (SC Paderborn, manager):
    • For protesting in the 31st minute during the match between 1. FC Heidenheim and SC Paderborn 07 (3rd matchday).
    • For protesting in the 90+3rd minute during the match between SV Sandhausen and SC Paderborn (5th matchday)
  • Uwe Roesler (Fortuna Dusseldorf, manager):
    • For protesting in the 74th minute during the match between Holstein Kiel and Fortuna Dusseldorf (3rd matchday).
    • For a bad sportsmanship (ironic applause) in the 60th minute during the match between 1st FC Nuremberg and Fortuna Duesseldorf (7th matchday).

1

  • Mikayil Kabaca (SV Sandhausen, sports director): For protesting in the 84th minute during the match between 1 FC Nuremberg and SV Sandhausen (2nd matchday).
  • Robert Klauß (1 FC Nuremberg, manager): For protesting in the 90+4th minute during the match between 1 FC Nuremberg and SpVgg Greuther Fuerth (9th matchday).
  • Stefan Leitl (SpVgg Greuther Fuerth, manager): For protesting in the 77th minute during the match between SpVgg Greuther Fuerth and Hamburger SV (4th matchday)
  • Jörg Liebek (SC Paderborn, physiotherapist): For protesting in the 63rd minute during the match between SC Paderborn and Hamburger SV (2nd matchday).
  • Andre Mijatovic (SpVgg Greuther Fuerth, co-manager): For protesting in the 53rd minute during the match between Greuther Fuerth and VfL Osnabrück (1st matchday).
  • Thomas Stickroth (Eintracht Braunschweig, co-manager): For protesting in the 86th minute during the match between Eintracht Braunschweig and 1. FC Nuremberg (6th matchday).
  • Gerhard Zuber (Hannover 96, sports director): For protesting in the 72st minute during the match between Hannover 96 and Holstein Kiel (9th matchday).

Non (more) employed teamofficials

1

  • Uwe Koschinat (SV Sandhausen, manager): For protesting in the 90.+3rd minute during the match between Fortuna Düsseldorf and SV Sandhausen (8th matchday).

German cup (m)

Status: 1st matchday

Red cards

None.

Yellow-red cards

None.

Yellow cards

1

  • Holger Bachtaler (SSV Ulm, manager): For protesting in the 66th minute during the match between SSV Ulm and Erzgebirge Aue (1st matchday).
  • Michael Henke (FC Ingolstadt, sports director): For (probably) protesting in the 57th minute during the match between FC Ingolstadt and Fortuna Dusseldorf (1st matchday).
  • Uwe Roesler (Fortuna Dusseldorf, manager): For (probably) protesting in the 89th minute during the match between FC Ingolstadt and Fortuna Dusseldorf (1st matchday).
  • Dirk Kunert (Jena, manager): For protesting in the 44th minute during the match between Carl Zeiss Jena and Werder Bremen (1st matchday).
  • Boris Schobers (1. FC Kaiserslautern, manager): For (probably) protesting in the 114th minute during the match between 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Jahn Regensburg (1st matchday).
  • Gerhard Zuber (Hanover 96, sports director): For protesting in the 73rd minute during the match between Wuerzburger Kickers and Hanover 96 (1st matchday).

 

No longer employed teamofficials

None.

 

Champions League (m)

Status: Group stage, 5th matchday

Red cards

None.

Yellow-red cards

  • Georgios Donis (Makkabi Tel Aviv, manager): For repeated protests in the 45+2nd minute during the match between RB Salzburg and Makkabi Tel Aviv (Play-Off).

Yellow cards

  • Sergio Conceicao (FC Porto, manager): For (probably) protesting in the 59th minute during the match between Olympique Marseille and FC Porto (4th matchday, group stage).
  • Filippo Inzaghi (Lazio Rom, manager): For protesting in the 55. minute during the match between Zenit St. Petersburg and Lazio Rom (3rd matchday, group stage).
  • Jürgen Klopp (Liverpool FC, manager): For protesting in the 74. minute during the match between Atalanta Bergamo and Liverpool FC (3rd matchday, group stage).
  • Marko Nikolic (Lokomotive Moskau, manager): For (probably) protesting in the 90+5. minute during the match between Lokomotive Moskau and Atletico Madrid (3rd matchday, group stage).
  • Marco Rose (Borussia Monchengladbach, manager): For protesting and discussion with opposing team officials in the 86th minute during the match between Borussia Monchengladbach and Inter Milan (5th matchday, group stage).
  • Cristian Stellini (Inter Milan, co-manager): For protesting and discussion with opposing team officials in the 86th minute during the match between Borussia Monchengladbach and Inter Milan (5th matchday, group stage).

No longer employed teamofficials

None.

 

Europe League (m)

Status: Group stage, 5th matchday

Red cards

None.

Yellow-red cards

  • Dejan Stanković (Crvena Zvezda, manager): For repeated protests in the 65th minute during the match between TSG Hoffenheim and Roter Stern Belgrad (group stage, 1st match day).

Yellow cards

  • Oliver Glaser (VfL Wolfsburg, manager): For protesting in the 74th minute during the match between AEK Athens and VfL Wolfsburg (Play-Off).

In addition, there is another yellow card on the 3rd matchday, but this is not listed on Kicker.de.

No longer employed teamofficials

None.

 

Super Cup (m) (FC Bayern vs. FC Sevilla)

Red cards

None.

Yellow cards

  • Hasan Salihamidžić (FC Bayern Munich, sports director): For protesting in the 64th minute.
  • Pablo Sanz (FC Sevilla, co-manager): For (probably) protesting in the 90+2nd minute.

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By the way, my source is the site of the kicker magazine.

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