Andre Marriner & David Moyes
Andre Marriner (born 1 January 1971) is an English professional football referee who officiates in the Premier League. David William Moyes (born 25 April 1963) is a Scottish former footballer and the current manager of English Premier League club Everton. /5
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Things: Man United vs sunsederland MANCHESTER -- Three thoughts from Man United's stunning penalty shootout defeat that put Sunderland in the Capital One Cup final ... Theatre of nightmares Just when Manchester United think things are getting better, they get worse. It has been the story of a season. Another dreadful night for them -- a 2-1 win on the night, a 2-1 defeat on penalties after a 3-3 aggregate score -- could prove to be the microcosm of a miserable campaign. Now there will be no silverware in David Moyes' debut year at Old Trafford and no all- Manchester final. Instead it is Sunderland, spirited Sunderland, who may have a major honour. After starting the season with one point from seven games, it would be quite an achievement, while after inheriting the defending champions, Moyes' plight gets worse by the game. He seems ever more beleaguered. - Report: Man Utd 2-1 S'land (1-2 on pens; 3-3 agg) - Payne: Calamitous defeat leaves Utd in peril United were two minutes away from Wembley when Phil Ba ...
David Moyes says he has received an apology from Jose Mourinho after claims the Chelsea manager had inside information Manchester United “are not happy”. Moyes revealed he was contacted by the Chelsea manager and their press office to clarify the remarks and is satisfied Mourinho was misinterpreted when he said he was privy to the mood at Old Trafford. Asked about the report, Moyes said: “I have seen it and I have had an apology from the Chelsea media department and from Jose. I think it was poor journalism actually.” Moyes must try to inflict Mourinho’s first Premier League defeat at Stamford Bridge without Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie, the latter being expected back in full training on Monday. Moyes, meanwhile, has been fined £8,000 and warned about his future conduct by the Football Association after admitting a misconduct charge arising from comments about referee Andre Marriner and his assistants following the recent 2-1 Capital One Cup defeat at Sunderland. admin - nEshun
"David Moyes will not contest his FA charge for criticising Andre Marriner after last week's Sunderland game. Will be fined."
David Moyes charged by FA for misconduct over his remarks about Andre Marriner, after Sunderland defeat on Tuesday
Why do Sunderland beat the good teams but not the rubbish ones? Despite Manchester United’s recent woes, Sunderland entered last night’s contest as rank outsiders to David Moyes side, yet the reigning Premier League Champions continued the recent trend of looking like nothing more than an average, middle table outfit. The beleaguered David Moyes did his best in the aftermath of defeat to protect his players with attempted smokescreen straight from the Alex Ferguson manual by laying blame with the officials. Nice try David but unfortunately that excuse was about as effective as Tom Cleverley. The simple fact of the matter is that Manchester United were unable to really test Sunderland’s resolve last night and were restricted to long- range efforts which were either gobbled up by an ever grateful Vito Mannone or sailed wide of the Italian’s goal. Indeed Manchester United’s best chance of the evening, other than Nemanja Vidic’s towering header of course, came via a deflected Ryan Giggs drive from ...
David Moyes launched a scathing attack on referee Andre Marriner after seeing his side suffer a 2-1 defeat to Sunderland in the first leg of their Capital One Cup semi-final.
Jozy Altidore pulled out a WWE move on Rafael .Altidore had only been on the pitch for five minutes .And whilst all the post match headlines after manchester u third successive 2~1 defeat in 2014 centred on David Moyes it isnt often ya see a WWE move in a football match.Altidore is ofcourse American which makes it all the move amusing Rafael cannot have known what day it is.Ref Andre Marriner may have a warded a questionable penalty for black cats winner but this was probably the easiest yellow
Following his comments about ref Andre Marriner, the FA have decided to punish Man Utd by not giving David Moyes a touchline ban!
David Moyes was disappointed with the performance of referee Andre Marriner in the Capital One Cup defeat to Sunderland.
OTHER FOOTBALL STORIES Tottenham winger Gareth Bale, 23, and manager Andre Villas-Boas have met with referee Andre Marriner after the player's recent bookings for diving. Full story: Daily Mirror Stoke manager Tony Pulis says he is "surprised" Everton manager David Moyes, who will be in the opposition dug-out at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday, has not been poached by one of the Premier League's top-four clubs. Full story: Stoke Sentinel Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has accused manager Arsene Wenger of failing to address the club's current plight and believes any other manager would have been sacked for going so long without a trophy. Full story: Independent Gianni Paladini says he is set to meet Birmingham officials on Monday, with the Italian hopeful of finally wrapping up a deal for the club. Full story: Birmingham Mail Sunderland midfielder Jack Colback, 23, says he is not a player who is likely to "light up the crowd", but would like to score more goals to lift the Black Cats up the table. Ful ...
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