I don't think they care one bit. I think it's all about how Jovanovic reacts. I've certainly had a mistake or doubtful decision on my mind from one competition when I was about to work in another. It's all an off-the-field question for him. I actually thought of exactly this incident when I was posted, perhaps because it came up again recently. The difference, of course, is that Irmatov was already what could be classified as a "made man" in FIFA, so they weren't tossing him overboard (even though they should have and he never should have been there, but I digress). Jovanovic is different. Though this is ultimately just a bad exercise in judgment on matchday one. Maybe FIFA will give him another match, given the "weird zone of importance" this tournament holds that you pointed out. It would be a good way to help him get any lost confidence back.