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Kurt Röthlisberger (born May 21, 1951) is a retired football referee from Switzerlandmarker. He is mostly known for supervising five matches in the FIFA World Cup. Two in 1990 and three in 1994. And in that World Cup he had a disputed decision in the game between Germany and Belgium when he did not award a clear penalty to Belgium when their forward Josip Weber became tripped inside of the penalty area. It cost Belgium the qualification for the quarter final. Röthlisberger was before that match top favourite for supervising the FIFA World Cup final but was sent home after the discussed game between Germany and Belgium. He earlier also refereed the UEFA Champions League final in 1993 between Marseille and Milan. He was later banned from refereeing for life after allegations of match fixing. The UEFA found Kurt Röthlisberger guilty of bribery.[426201]

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