Andre Marriner & Luis Suarez

Andre Marriner (born 1 January 1971) is an English professional football referee who officiates in the Premier League. Luis Alberto Suárez Díaz (born 24 January 1987) is a Uruguayan footballer who plays for Liverpool and the Uruguayan national team. 5.0/5

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EPL & - Chelsea lead goal chase but Liverpool and Man City respond in kind. Who will finish top come Sunday May 11th 2014? CHELSEA 6-0 Arsenal - Andre Marriner says he is "disappointed" after sending off Arsenal's Kieran Gibbs by mistake in their 6-0 defeat at Chelsea. Cardiff 3-6 LIVERPOOL - Luis Suarez equalled Robbie Fowler's 28-goal record for a Liverpool league season with a hat-trick as they kept the pressure on Premier League leaders Chelsea by seeing off Cardiff. Man City 5-0 Fulham - Yaya Toure scored a hat-trick as Manchester City responded to Chelsea's thrashing of Arsenal with a resounding win over 10-man Fulham. 1 Chelsea 31 39 69 2 Liverpool 30 44 65 3 Man City 28 49 63 4 Arsenal 30 19 62 COMING SOON - New 'League Table' and 'Score Predictor' skins Download on iTunes or Android -
REFEREES FOR NEXT WEEK GAMES ANNOUNCED! We’ve just enjoyed another enthralling weekend of Premier League action and once again the spot light was on the decisions of the referees. Luis Suarez hit the headlines again on Saturday evening after ref Jonathan Moss awarded a controversial penalty to Liverpool at Anfield when goalkeeper Brad Guzan was adjudged to have fouled the striker in the box. Aston Villa were incensed the decision had gone against them as the Reds came from 2-0 down to salvage a draw thanks to the dubious penalty. There was also drama at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea won a fiery contest against Manchester United 3-1 that saw Nemanja Vidic sent off for a late tackle on Eden Hazard, while Rafael was extremely fortunate to stay on the field after Phil Dowd only gave him a yellow for a two-footed lunge on Gary Cahill. These are just a few decisions that have been discussed up and down the country this weekend, and with refereeing decisions looked at more closely than ever before, it’s no wond ...
Chelsea are not a team of divers, according to manager Jose Mourinho, whose side had a player booked for the offence for the second week running on Sunday. Midfielder Ramires was cautioned by referee Andre Marriner for simulation in the FA Cup third round 2-0 victory over Derby County. Fellow Brazilian Oscar received the same punishment from referee Martin Atkinson in the Premier League match against Southampton on New Year's Day. Both decisions came after Mourinho accused Liverpool's Luis Suarez of diving in the Londoners' 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge on Dec. 26. "I maintain (there are no divers at Chelsea)," he told reporters. "Isolated episodes. The referees attacking it. The manager supporting the referees. I think we are doing well. Let's see if the others do the same as us. "I was happy with the card because the referee, in this case (Martin) Atkinson, did well. "This time I didn't speak yet with Ramires, but if the referee was there and he decide well, perfect. Let's do every game, every stadium, eve ...
Alan Pardew did not have a 'massive problem' with Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa's red card after the Newcastle United defender was sent off in the 2-2 draw with Liverpool. Yanga-Mbiwa was dismissed five minutes before half-time in Saturday's Premier League clash at St James' Park when he pulled back Luis Suarez in the penalty area and Steven Gerrard drew Liverpool level for the first time from the spot. Magpies boss Pardew felt it was a 'tough call' for referee Andre Marriner, but can understand why Yanga-Mbiwa was dismissed. "I thought it was a tough call today," said Pardew. "I don't think Mapou really pulled him down in a manner that was a definite sending-off. "He got a little piece of him, he was the last man and I suppose by the letter of the law, he had to go. I haven't got a massive problem with it." Newcastle had earlier taken the lead through Yohan Cabaye's long-range shot before substitute Paul Dummett's first goal for the club restored the hosts' advantage. Daniel Sturridge headed Liverpool's second equal ...
COMMENTATOR Jon Champion has been rebuked by ESPN after branding Liverpool FC striker Luis Suarez a cheat live on air during the FA Cup tie against Mansfield Town. Champion slammed the Uruguayan for the handball which referee Andre Marriner failed to spot prior to the Reds’ second goal. He described it as “the work of a cheat”, which sparked an angry response from Reds fans. In a statement ESPN said: “We take our responsibility to deliver the highest standards of coverage to our viewers. “ESPN’s editorial policy is for commentators to be unbiased and honest, to call things as they see them. “Inevitably this can involve treading a fine line on occasion, especially in the heat of the moment. “Comments during the Mansfield v Liverpool match caused offence where none was intended and we have spoken to our commentator about this incident."
Every club has a referee whose head would be placed on a stake if certain fans had their say. Back in 1971, the name of Ray Tinkler was written into Leeds United infamy. Everton fans have never forgiven Clattenburg himself for his performance in a 2007 Merseyside Derby while Clive Thomas is still loathed for mistakenly disallowing a FA Cup semi-final 'winner' in 1977. Liverpool supporters had Mike Riley on their dartboard for years and can now add Andre Marriner to a lengthy roll of dishonour for disallowing a Luis Suarez 'goal' on Sunday. By 6pm that afternoon, Clattenburg had joined the names of Anders Frisk and Tom Henning Ovrebo on Chelsea's hit-list. ...John Brewin
Hurricane Sandy needs to make a detour and head towards Mark Clattenberg, Andre Marriner and Luis Suarez
Today was another dark page in the history of EPL. Another slaughter from the referees against LFC! After Phil Dowd, Andre Marriner, Howard Webb it was the turn of Mark Halsey! It was obvious without any doubt that today Mark Halsey came at Anfield with specific instructions LFC to lose. He really did a great job! He showed Jonjo Shelvey an unfair red card; he didn’t award a clear penalty for LFC after Evans’ extended leg didn’t allow Luis Suarez to move on; he awarded a ghost penalty against Glen Johnson and a lot more. Only Martin Atkinson’s arbitration against Sunderland was fair against LFC this season. What we saw up to now in these first five games from Phil Dowd, Andre Marriner, Howard Webb, and Mark Halsey is that the referees are coming to whistle LFC’s game with a primary objective to not let LFC to win. The FA and the referees show no absolute respect to the history of this club in English football but also to the efforts of the manager and the players. Enough is enough! It is time fo ...
Hey did you ever find out why Ferguson told Andre Marriner that Luis Suarez called Evra a *** ?
I notice "Sir" Alex Ferguson still hasn't explained how or why he told Andre Marriner that Luis Suarez had called Patrice Evra a "n*gger".
I see Ferguson still hasn't apologised for falsely telling Andre Marriner that Luis Suarez had called his player a n*r.
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