Andre Marriner & Football Association
Andre Marriner (born 1 January 1971) is an English professional football referee who officiates in the Premier League. Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. /5
Andre Marriner Football Association Premier League White Hart Lane Kieran Gibbs Manchester City Edin Dzeko Danny Rose Roberto Soldado Referee Andre Marriner Steve Bruce Michael Turner Ahmed Elmohamady Manchester United Jose Mourinho David Moyes Old Trafford Wayne Rooney
ARSENAL WON THEIR APPEAL ON MONDAY. Arsenal won their appeal on Monday over Kieran Gibbs being wrongfully dismissed in the 6-0 hammering at Chelsea, with real culprit Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also let off a ban by the Football Association. Oxlade-Chamberlain used his hand to divert a shot in Saturday's Premier League match but Referee Andre Marriner sent off left back Gibbs in a case of mistaken identity despite Oxlade-Chamberlain owning up to the foul. The FA said in a statement that not only would Gibbs' offence be transferred to Oxlade-Chamberlain but that the case was one of wrongful dismissal. Arsenal had argued the ball would have gone wide if the midfielder had not handled and therefore did not constitute denying a goal. "This claim was upheld meaning Oxlade-Chamberlain will not serve any suspension with the standard punishment withdrawn with immediate effect," the FA said. Despite his double error, the Premier League said on Monday that Marriner would not be demoted and would take charge of Southam ...
NOT ENUFF 2 REPAIR D DAMAGE CAUSED BY D REFS CONTROVERCIAL DECISION... Premier League - Tottenham's Rose has red card rescinded The red card handed to Tottenham defender Danny Rose for a foul on Edin Dzeko has been overturned, the Football Association has announced. PA Sport – 6 hours ago Eurosport - Danny Rose takes out Edin Dzeko in Tottenham's defeat by Manchester City Rose was given a straight red for a tackle on Dzeko inside the home penalty box during Tottenham's 5-1 defeat to Manchester City at White Hart Lane on Wednesday. Replays showed Rose clearly made contact with the ball, but a penalty was awarded by Referee Andre Marriner after his assistant Scott Ledger flagged for a foul. After studying replays of the incident, which happened when City were 1-0 up, the FA has decided to rescind the red card. That means Rose will be available to play in Spurs' away game at Hull on Saturday. An FA statement read: "Danny Rose's one-match suspension has been withdrawn with immediate effect after the Tottenh ...
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
Steve Bruce: Hull boss to be charged over penalty comment Hull boss Steve Bruce will face a Football Association charge for his complaints over Tottenham's decisive penalty in Sunday's 1-0 league defeat. Referee Michael Oliver awarded an 80th-minute spot-kick for a handball by Ahmed Elmohamady, which was converted by Spurs's Roberto Soldado. "It's a joke decision," Bruce said after the game at White Hart Lane. "I shouldn't say this and I might get fined, but would we have got it? I'm not so sure." Bruce chose not to contest a charge of improper conduct when, as manager of Sunderland, he described Andre Marriner's decision to send defender Michael Turner off as "a joke" in January 2010. Hull, promoted from the Championship at the end of last season, are 11th in the Premier League but have picked up only one point from their last three games. ---JIMOSKI---
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