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    It would appear that the recent allegations of bribery and corruption within FIFA have come as no surprise to many people around the world.

    Corruption in the sporting world comes in three different types:

    · Cheating to win (Doping)
    · … Continue

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      Amid all the turmoil surrounding FIFA I’m sure that many football fans around the world will be glad to see the focus return to the game itself this weekend – some terrific football awaits.

      We’ll all be glued to the … Continue

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        It was evident last season that Premier League referees were inconsistent in their law interpretation and application.

        So my intention is to write a series of blogs to aid an improvement in law interpretation and application which impacts in a … Continue

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          During the close season the PGMOL have many decisions to make.

          Rumour at the moment is that only one referee will be promoted to the professional ranks, which would be a surprise and a disappointment, given the view that this … Continue

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            The 2014/15 Premier League season has come to an end, and here are the statistics for all the referees used throughout the campaign.

            Referee Games Yellow Cards YC Average Red Cards First Season
            Martin Atkinson 32 127 3.97 7 2004/05
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              It is every referee’s ambition to officiate the FA Cup Final and, this Saturday at 5.30pm, Jon Moss will blow his whistle to signal kick-off between Arsenal and Aston Villa.

              On paper this looks to be an easy assignment and … Continue

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                Over the years we have listened to allegations that members of the FIFA hierarchy are corrupt. Rumours of illegal payments and bribes have been talked and written about for years.

                Today, nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives were indicted … Continue

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                  I was interested to read of the proposal to set up a second tier of professional referees to officiate at Football League level.

                  This, I feel, is a positive move in order to develop and prepare these young referees with … Continue

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                    I was recently in the company of a so called “Referee Coach” operating for the Football Association, and was frankly concerned that this person had a title but not the skill sets required to develop the referees under his control.… Continue

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                      On Saturday at 3pm, referee Chris Foy will blow the whistle to start his final Premier League game – Manchester City v Southampton at the Etihad stadium.

                      From the 2015/16 season, Chris will work with Select Group performance director Howard … Continue

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