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Mark Halsey wants law change after latest incident with Tottenham's Dele Alli in Ref Review

The last weekend of Premier League action before the international break didn’t provide the most dramatic of matches, but diving was once again at the forefront of the discussion come the end of the first game on Saturday. 808 more words


Michael Oliver performance analysis - Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal

Michael Oliver took centre stage at Stamford Bridge for this London derby and will be relatively pleased with himself and his team of officials as they kept relatively good control of the fixture until a hectic final few minutes, which saw Chelsea defender David Luiz sent off. 484 more words


Everton: Player Ratings

A sunny day, the end of the PL season, JC last game (?), a fine win yet one mingled with regret and disappointment

Given that we played 80 minutes with 10 men against a strong Everton team and a bent referee it was a fine victory. 390 more words

Chelsea are champions in Conte's first season after hard-fought 1-0 win at West Brom

Match Summary

Chelsea are crowned Premier League champions for the sixth time in their history, but were made to work for it with a slender 1-0 victory against West Brom. 1,329 more words

In The Bin - A Recap

If you’re new here, you may query as to why we are putting people in bins. Firstly, stop taking things so literally. Secondly, this is something that has started on the podcast and, since this blog has started after the podcast, it would make sense to recap everyone currently in the bin. 358 more words


FA charges Man City for incident after Liverpool awarded PK

The FA has charged Manchester City for its protestations following a penalty awarded to Liverpool on Sunday.

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Referee Michael Oliver pointed to the spot when Roberto Firmino hit the deck following a high boot from Man City’s Gael Clichy. 125 more words

Premier League

The 'Official' Review: A look back at the weekend's controversial decisions

Every week referees are under intense scrutiny for decisions made in Premier League games.  The margins for error are extremely small, and if a referee makes an incorrect decision, you can be assured that the aggrieved manager will have a few harsh words for the officials in his post match interview. 636 more words

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