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Marrufo and Toledo picked for Concacaf championship
May 19th, 2011 4:10PM

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[GOLD CUP] Americans Jair Marrufo and Baldomero Toledo are among the referees named to officiate at the 2011 Gold Cup, which starts June 5.

The 15 referees and 15 assistant referees (including American Charles Morgante) must pass a fitness test to be conducted in Dallas May 30-June 4 during the Concacaf Elite Referee Course.

Ten additional referees and 10 assistant referees (among them American Mark Sean Hurd) will also participate in the Elite Course in preparation for the upcoming 2011-12 Champions League and World Cup Qualifying, but not the Gold Cup.

Gold Cup Referee Pool
Joel Aguilar Chicas (SLV)
Neal Brizan (TRI)
Courtney Campbell (JAM)
Francisco Chacon (MEX)
David Gantar (CAN)
Walter Lopez (GUA)
Jair Marrufo (USA)
Marlon Mejia (SLV)
Roberto Moreno (PAN)
Jose Benigno Pineda (HON)
Walter Quesada (CRC)
Marco Rodriguez (MEX)
Trevor Taylor (BRB)
Baldomero Toledo (USA)
Enrico Wijngaarde (SUR)

Gold Cup Assistant Referee Pool
Jose Luis Camargo (MEX)
Joe Fletcher (CAN)
Adrian Goddard (BRB)
Leonel Leal (CRC)
Hermenerito Leal (GUA)
Gerson Lopez (GUA)
Ricardo Louisville (SUR)
Ricardo Morgan (JAM)
Charles Morgante (USA)
Ainsley Rochard (TRI)
Marvin Torrentera (MEX)
William Torres (SLV)
Oscar Velasquez (HON)
Hector Vergara (CAN)
Daniel Williamson (PAN)

Elite Course Referee Participants
Ricardo Arellano (MEX)
Marco Brea (CUB)
Raul Castro (HON)
Juan Carlos Guerra (GUA)
Stanley Lancaster (GUY)
Valdin Legister (JAM)
Jose Gaspar Molina (HON)
Oscar Reyna (GUA)
Javier Santos (PUR)
Jeffry Solis (CRC)

Elite Course Assistant Referee Participants
Phillipe Briere (CAN)
Warner Castro (CRC)
Melvyn Cruz (HON)
Mark Sean Hurd (USA)
Dionn Inniss (GUY)
Rey Mendoza (PAN)
Alberto Morin (MEX)
Garnet Page (JAM)
William Rocha (NCA)
Juan Zumba (SLV)



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  1. Paolo Jacobs
    commented on: May 20, 2011 at 4:57 a.m.
    Whose the knucklehead who selected Baldomero "RedCard" Toledo, OMG! Personally I like the ref who did the LA Galaxy game v NY Redbulls,, he did a good job in that game

  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: May 21, 2011 at 2:43 p.m.
    Two of the most inconsistent refs in the MLS. Marrufo can't set up a wall 10 yards away from the ball and doesn't believe in encroachment on free kicks while fouls from the rear are not always carded as mandated in the rulebook.


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