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Tag Archives: Mark Clattenburg

Wayne Rooney And Mark Clattenburg Again Prove The FA Is Inept

Posted on by Jesse Chula

  Another week and yet another incident allowing football fans to again see just how silly the FA operate, or in this past weekend’s case, fails to operate. Reminiscent of a clumsy, bumbling teenager attempting to un-hook his first bra … Continue reading

United at Old Trafford: Lucky, Good, or Something Else?

Posted on by Phillip Badger
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Full disclosure: I’m a Spurs fan.  Have been for round about six years, which just so happens to be just before the last time Mark Clattenburg took charge of a Manchester United v Spurs fixture at Old Trafford.  For any … Continue reading

Should Craig Bellamy Have Been Sent Off Against Bolton For Diving?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Referees never have an easy job, but they don’t make their life any easier when they make costly mistakes in heated Premier League games. A perfect example of this was in Saturday’s game between Bolton Wanderers and Manchester City when … Continue reading

Sir Alex Ferguson Adds to Chelsea Misery

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

I wonder why Sir Alex Ferguson waited until tonight to say what he said, when he had every opportunity to do so last week. Then again, he always has had a knack for waiting until the points were in the … Continue reading

Is Robinho Worth the Headache?

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

I wonder if Manchester City are ready to cut their losses with Robinho at this time.  After the impromptu vacation he took last week, all Manchester City seem willing to do is fine him two weeks wages. To that I … Continue reading

Guide To 2008/2009 Premier League Referees

Posted on by Christopher Harris

They’re the men in black that you love to hate, but someone has to do the job. Here’s EPL Talk’s guide to the Premier League referees for the 2008/2009 season (click on the referee’s name to view his photograph): Martin … Continue reading