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CHAMPIONS, Jonas Eriksson to referee Milan-Barcelona

26.03.2012 15.00 by Redazione TMW  read 1724
Source: AcMilan.com
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Jonas Eriksson will referee Milan-Barcellona at San Siro in Champions League on Wednesday. The Swedish official was born on March 28 1974, and has only refereed Milan once before: Uefa Cup 2008-2009, against Werder Brema at the San Siro, 2-2 the final result. In 2010-2011, Eriksson was in charge of Barcelona-Rubin Kazan 2-0.

Eriksson's assistants will be: Stefan Wittberg and Mathias Klasenius; back-up Markus Strombergsson and Stefan Johannesson; fourth official Daniel Stalhammar; Uefa delegates, Mikalai Varabyov; referee observer Herbert Fandel.

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