Maybe runs referee Howard Webb England final of the World Cup for the second time in a row on Sunday, having been chosen on Monday in a list of 15 ruling by the International Federation of Football Association (FIFA) World Cup final for the management of Brazil.
The Webb, who ran the final match of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa between Spain and the Netherlands, which saw 12 yellow card and the status of the expulsion of one of the alarm the second, and one of six governors European candidates for the management of the World Cup final next Sunday at Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
There is also a Turkish rule Konate Shakir and Swede Jonas Eriksson and Portuguese Pedro Breuenca and Nicolas Ritzla Italian and Spaniard Carlos Velasco.
With the selection of Mexican referee Marco Rodriguez to manage the match between Germany and Brazil on Tuesday in the semi-finals of the World Cup, now has a FIFA three choices for governors to manage the other match in the semi-finals on Wednesday between the Netherlands and Argentina, the match to decide third and fourth place and the final.
The list of referees is also the Uzbek Ravshan Irmatov and Japanese Yuichi Nishimura of the continent of Asia, and the Ivorian Nomandez loud and Djamel Hamouda of the continent of Africa and Rodriguez and American Marc Geiger of CONCACAF, and Chilean Enrique Oasis and Brazilian Sandro Ricky and Ecuadorian Carlos Vera of South America.