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Lardot, now 33, became the youngest Belgian ref on the FIFA list when he took charge of his first Europa League game at just 28.
'He had the right timing when he took charge. I told him that with the game on the line, you have to get the ball.
It has happened twice in the history of the tournament, including 2011, where under-fire Craig Joubert took charge of New Zealand's semi-final win over Australia and their final success against France.
He guided Kerry to eight All-Ireland titles when he took charge of his native county from 1975-86.
Camilleri, who was Giles' assistant, took charge for three matches, but this week he too stepped down, saying: 'I can no longer work with chairman David Pinches.'
Colleague Bob Prince has been commander at Binley since the restructure was piloted 12 months ago and Chris Hartrick took charge at Radford Road last September.
Summary: Karnataka (Bengaluru) [India], Aug 27 (ANI): BJP MP Nalin Kumar Kateel was on Tuesday felicitated by Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa after the latter took charge as the Karnataka BJP chief.
He took charge of four Everton matches last season and the Blues won one, drew one and lost two.
Mohammad Azam Khan took charge after being sworn in as part of six-member federal cabinet.
Asian club championship veteran EJ Laure took charge in all those wins, including last Saturday when she exploded with 23 points as the Tigresses prevailed, 21-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-13.
Silverwood, who turns 40 on Thursday, became Super League's youngest official when he took charge of his first game in 2001 at the age of just 24 and he refereed the 2013 World Cup final but this is not the first time he has been suspended.
Banti made headlines when he took charge of a stormy Europa League play-off tie in 2011 between Spartak Trnava and Lokomotiv Moscow.