The Juventus Stadium opened on September 8, 2011. This page was last edited on September 13, 2022 at 11:34 am. He has been head coach at Bologna FC since September 2022. On September 27, 2017, McKennie extended his contract until June 30, 2022. On October 3, 2018, he scored the 1-0 winning goal in the Champions League game against Lokomotiv Moscow, marking his first goal for Schalke. He signed a four-year contract until June 30, 2014. In return, Francesco Bolzoni, Leonardo Bonucci and Riccardo Meggiorini moved to CFC Genoa. From October to December 2019, Motta coached the Italian first division club CFC Genoa. He then moved to CFC Genoa in Italy on a free transfer. Just four minutes later, however, he was forced to leave the pitch again, even though Italy had already exhausted their substitution quota. He led the team around Ramón Villaverde and László Kubala to second place behind Real Madrid and into the semi-finals of the Copa de SE. On April 28, 2010, in the Champions League game against FC Barcelona, he hit Sergio Busquets with his hand in the face and was killed sent off with a red card. ↑ Sport: Laporta remains president in Barcelona without an election. ↑ FOCUS Online: Football history: Frappart is the first woman to lead the men's Champions League game.
At the end of the year, Frappart was elected World Referee 2019 by the IFFHS. The plaintiffs had ensured that the last two weeks of June 2003 were already counted as Laporta's full year in office. At the beginning of 2022, the club separated from the brothers. In May 2022 she led the final of this competition. She also served as a referee at the U-20 Women's World Cup in 2018; There she led, among other things, the final. He was suspended for two games and was therefore missing from the final against FC Bayern Munich on May 22nd. He initially played in Barça's B team for two years before playing his first game for the A team against RCD Mallorca on October 3, 2001. Club Friendlies Club Friendlies 1: Follow the game between Barcelona and Juventus live on FT. 1965/66 Spain 1945 CF Barcelona n. Her first continental tournament was the 2012 U-19 European Championship in Turkey, where she played in three games, including the final between Sweden and Spain.
National coach Prandelli called him into Italy's 23-man squad for the 2012 European Football Championship. In this tournament, Italy reached the final against Spain; Motta came on as a substitute in the 51st minute when the score was 2-0 for Spain. Quarterfinals July 30, 2017 Tilburg Austria Austria Spain Spain 0:0 n. Quarterfinals 20. July 2022 Brighton and Hove England England Spain Spain 2-1 n. In 2022, Frappart was selected by UEFA to be the match manager at the final round of the Women's European Championship in England, together with Élodie Coppola and her long-time team colleague Nicolosi. ↑ Stéphanie Frappart leads Germany against Costa Rica. On December 1, 2022, she became the first woman to referee a men's World Cup game, Costa Rica against Germany. At the Men's World Cup in Qatar, she became the first woman in history to officiate a finals game in the group game between Germany and Costa Rica. ↑ Süddeutsche Zeitung: French referee whistles history. ↑ Thiago Motta – injury history|Transfer market. ↑ from Christian Bernhard: Thiago Motta: The Late Caller.
↑ FC Barcelona UEFA U19 – Juventus Turin UEFA U19, September 12, 2017 – UEFA Youth League – match report. SC Freiburg lost 0-1 (0-0) to the favorites from Turin in the first leg of the round of 16 of the Europa League. Round of 16 Aug 6, 2023 Melbourne Sweden Sweden United States United States 0-0 n. This page was last edited on August 14, 2023 at 12:11 p.m. In August 2019, Frappart was the first female referee to be nominated by UEFA for a major international competitive match in men's football; On August 14, 2019, she led the UEFA Super Cup between Champions League winners Liverpool FC and Europa League winners Chelsea FC in Istanbul with Nicolosi and O'Neill. At the time, the father was under contract with AC Milan and had only moved to Chelsea on loan during the winter break. In the Champions League he reached at least the knockout phase with Paris every year, but always failed in the quarter-finals at the latest, although sometimes narrowly because of the away goals rule, such as in 2013 after two draws against FC Barcelona or in 2014 after a 3-1 home win and one 0-2 away defeat against Chelsea FC. However, nine years later, at the end of May 2021, she officiated the de facto D1F final between Olympique Lyon and Paris Saint-Germain FC – her 36th encounter in this league.