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14 American Referees, 11 Assistants Named to 1999 FIFA Officials List
December 21st, 1998 12AM
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FIFA has announced the list of international referees and referee assistants that will be eligible to officiate FIFA-sanctioned matches in 1999. The American contingent, which represents a total of approximately 100,000 registered officials in the United States, included 14 referees and 11 referee assistants. Here is a look at the U.S. representatives in the FIFA list: Referees --Rich Grady (Ill.), Brian Hall (Calif.), Sandra Hunt (Wash.), Michael Kennedy (Ill.), Nancy Lay (Fla.), Ali Saheli (Md.), Kari Seitz (Calif.), Kevin Stott (Calif.), Kevin Terry (Texas), Ricardo Valenzuela (Va.), Timothy Weyland (Calif.). Futsal Referees --Brian Hall (Calif.), John Konstantinidis (Calif.), Terry Mashino (Calif.), Carlo Servino (Calif.). Referee Assistants --Levon Baladjanian (Calif.), Gregory Barkey (N.J.), Thomas Bobadilla (Calif.), Susan Cicchinelli (Texas), Nathan Clement (Del.), Craig Lowry (Penn.), Paul Tamberino (Md.), Edwin Resendes (Mass.), Jorge Reyes (Calif.), Roger Sill (Fla.), George Vergara (Va.).


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