Old Trafford & Michael Oliver

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Michael Oliver (born 20 February 1985) is an English professional football referee who officiates primarily in the Premier League having been being promoted to the Select Group of Referees in 2010. Later that year he became the youngest-ever referee to take charge of a Premier League game. 4.3/5

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Howard Webb admits Liverpool were hard done by Michael Oliver and the officials at Old Trafford-
Andre marriner as ref for United away. Not Anthony Taylor or Mike Dean so I'm happy. The hero of old Trafford, Michael Oliver was the dream
Man of the match - Michael Oliver. 30 year old ref at Old Trafford wasn't intimidated. Correct calls. Good positioning. …
Arsene Wenger has put the pressure on big match referee Michael Oliver ahead of Sunday's game at Old Trafford.
Don't think the the Ref Michael Oliver Utd v Swansea today won't be seeing the inside of Castle GreySkull (Old Trafford)anytime this season.
Breaking news: Michael Oliver loses his job after poor display at Swansea. Been told he can pick up his P45 from Old Trafford tomorrow.
THE Manchester United CONSPIRACY Ever wondered why referees who give United bad decisions never repeat the trick? It's because they get taught a heavy lesson from Fergie, The FA & PGMOB. The conspiracy unravels within. The fortunes of the institutions surrounding football in the UK will be negatively hit should any proof of corruption come out. It is naturally in their interest not to investigate the matter. In fact, the managers that have come out and questioned the refereeing selection process (Rafa Benitez, Andre Villas Boas) have been turned into laughing stocks by the English press corps. So, investigate some more I did. And some of the stuff I found out surprised even me. During United’s title winning 2010/11 season, they only lost 4 league games. I looked at who refereed those games and how long they then spent without being assigned Manchester United games as well their subsequent trend of behavior towards United. Michael Oliver took charge of their first defeat, the February 2011 2-1 loss at ...
Refereeing a game at Old Trafford was 'too big' for Michael Oliver, according to Wigan manager Roberto Martinez: http:// ...
Wigan boss Martinez has claimed that a game at Old Trafford was too big for young referee Michael Oliver.
Goal.com UK shared the following link and had this to say about it: The Latics boss was critical of Michael Oliver after the young official awarded several controversial decisions against the visitors at Old Trafford manager Roberto Martinez has claimed that their clash with Man...
Meanwhile, Wigan manager Roberto Martinez claimed teams do not receive fair treatment at Old Trafford. Martinez accused Danny Welbeck of diving to win an early penalty and also claimed the United forward should have been shown a red card, instead of yellow, for a late challenge on Wigan’s Franco di Santo. The Spaniard expressed his frustration at what he perceives to be unfair treatment handed out to teams visiting Old Trafford by referees, in this case Michael Oliver, the 27-year-old who has been fast-tracked by the FA. “He dived for the penalty, you will see that,” said Martinez of the fourth minute penalty won by Welbeck after a “challenge” by Al-Habsi. “And the last challenge by him on Franco was completely reckless. Under the new regulations, you can’t do that. “I’m not going to argue whether that (regulation) should be in the game or not but, with the laws now, you can’t tackle people like that. The foot was over the ball, it was reckless, dangerous. “That is a red card, for Wi ...
Michael Oliver's not biased... but he is a bottler
'Michael Oliver is no bottler' - former ref Winter slams 'ignorant' fans after Old Trafford penalty contro
Brown envelope spotted at Old Trafford with Michael Oliver's name on it
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