Andre Marriner & Steve Clarke

Andre Marriner (born 1 January 1971) is an English professional football referee who officiates in the Premier League. Stephen Steve Clarke (born 29 August 1963 in Saltcoats) is a Scottish association football player and coach, currently the assistant manager at Liverpool. 5.0/5

Andre Marriner Steve Clarke Premier League West Brom Jose Mourinho Mike Riley Joe Hart Di Matteo Eden Hazard West Bromwich Albion Chris Hughton Steve Bruce Paul Lambert Steven Reid Man City Manchester City Stamford Bridge

D GLORY OF ENGLISH FOOTBALL Manchester City and Chelsea are now competing for primacy in the favouritism stakes. Its almost as if since Fergie the original refereeing bully has left The Premier League playground, there is a competition to see who now has the most clout with the referees and officials. There have been some truly tremendously bad decisions given to Chelsea and Man City above all other clubs this season including: 1. The last minute penalty decision which robbed Steve Clarke's WBA of a famous win at Stamford Bridge nd ultimately his job given by Andre Marriner to preserve The Special Favours One's unbeaten home record. 2. Liverpool's wrongly disallowed goal opening goal at The Etihad 3. A host of decisions given to Chelsea in their game vs Liverpool at Stamford Bridge The title of worst - possibly ever in Premier League history - is definitely held by Tiote's 25 yard Thunderball into the top corner of Joe Hart's net that was ruled out for a non- existent infringement yet there are terrible d ...
if it is taking david moyes 6 months to know dat big decisions hav been goin against man u dis season, it shows he is not on top of his job.A coach needs to speak out wat he sees or feels,and get ready to pay FA fine.Coaches like Di Matteo and Steve Clarke were both sacked by WBA on poor results largely caused by d refs-d latest one being d dubious pk andre marriner awarded to che against WBA.Refs do those tins and go scot free,while d coach is either fined by FA or got sacked by the club.I just wonder wat is d moral justification for allowing andre marriner,howard webb,kevin friend etc to tek d charge of big matches,especially on d evidence of wat lee mason and webb did in d matchse against Man City and chelsea respectively
Mythbuster: Referees should be held accountable for their mistakes Managers have begun demanding personal apologies for wrong decisions but they are an unavoidable part of a sport which puts an unfair scrutiny on its most thankless job "I'm curious to know if Steve Bruce got a phone call ... if Chris Hughton got a phone call ... if [Michael] Laudrup got a phone call. Nobody called me to apologise about the fact that it was not a free kick against West Brom just before their second goal, or the penalty at Everton that would have been 1-1 for us. I don't know if Paul Lambert got a phone call. I don't know." When referees' chief Mike Riley phoned Steve Clarke to apologise for a stoppage-time penalty that bailed out Chelsea, Jose Mourinho was perturbed. Was a precedent being set? Are officials now going to personally apologise for every wrong decision? We should all hope not. The incident, an alleged dive from Ramires that Andre Marriner interpreted as a foul by Steven Reid, has prompted a new round of indign ...
Premier League referees’ chief Mike Riley, has sent an apology to West Brom’s manager, Steve Clarke, for the controversial penalty that was awarded to Chelsea in their 2-2 draw earlier this month. Andre Marriner pointed to the spot with 20… [ 50 more words. ]
Mourinho forgives saviour Hazard 10 Nov 2013 07:14:07 Jose Mourinho praised Eden Hazard after the Belgian finished a difficult week by converting a hotly disputed 96th-minute penalty that prevented Chelsea from suffering a second successive Premier League defeat. Hazard was disciplined after missing training this week, but he was restored to the line-up against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday and struck the added-time equaliser that secured a 2-2 draw. The 22-year-old had taken an unauthorised trip to France last Sunday and was delayed when he lost his passport, but Mourinho insists the matter is now closed. "I don't need to accept his apology. I don't need to think any more about it," he said. "It was a big penalty. Penalties are easy to score in training sessions – I score – as they are when you're winning 3-0 or 4-0. But this was a difficult one and the kid was very calm." West Brom manager Steve Clarke and his players were incensed by referee Andre Marriner's decision to award a penalty when Rami ...
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