Tag: Andre Marriner
Writing in the Mail on Sunday, Chris Foy became one of only a handful of people to say that the Arsenal penalty decision was correct, despite what the law actually says
Arsenal could only muster a 1-1 draw against Burnley thanks, as usual, to their own stupidity and the VAR rules that only apply to Arsenal.
Andre Marriner will be the VAR against Sheffield United at the Emirates on Sunday, his second Arsenal match in a row
As Jonjo Shelvey raked his studs down the length of Paul Pogba’s leg on Wednesday night, I knew the disgusting challenge would get no coverage in the UK media.
Matteo Guendouzi has joked that Marouane Fellaini might be ‘jealous’ of his hair and that’s why he couldn’t resist grabbing a handful when Arsenal and Manchester United met at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.
If Arsenal fans craved something different more than anything else then they certainly got that at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.
Rafa Benitez has been fined £60,000 for his comments about Andre Marriner before Newcastle’s game against Crystal Palace despite simply stating a fact.
Troy Deeney admits that Watford took turns kicking Wilfried Zaha yet it is only Rafa Benitez who is facing any punishment.
Rafa Benitez has been charged by the FA for mentioning that Andre Marriner likes to give Newcastle players red cards, something that is quite hard to deny when you look at the figures.
On Tuesday, Arsenal announced that they'd won their appeal against Mohamed Elneny's red card, but how common is it for the club to see their suspensions overturned?
Mark Hughes thinks that Jack Wilshere should have been sent off on Sunday but nobody seems to care that Dusan Tadic should have received two red cards for absolutely awful ‘tackles’.
Arsenal were on the receiving end of yet more questionable refereeing during their 4-2 loss to Nottingham Forest - a common theme this season it seems.
Ian Wright was amazed that Arsenal weren't awarded a penalty against Manchester United in Saturday's Premier League meeting at the Emirates.
Arsene Wenger has been left fuming after his old buddy Andre Marriner denied Arsenal a penalty during their 3-1 defeat to Manchester United at the Emirates this weekend.
Andre Marriner will be in charge when Arsenal take on Manchester United on Saturday, so what can both sides expect?
Andre Marriner has been announced as the referee for Arsenal's Premier League clash against Manchester United at the Emirates on Saturday.
Arsenal lost 1-0 to Stoke in their second game of the Premier League campaign but they were the victims of a poor penalty decision in the first-half.
Andre Marriner will take charge of Arsenal’s game against Manchester City on Sunday, so what can both sides expect from the official?
On 22 March 2014, not only did Arsenal lose 6-0 at Stamford Bridge, they were the victim of an embarrassing refereeing mistake at the hands of Andre Marriner.
As usual with Premier League referees they regularly bring controversies and the Arsenal v Palace game saw some errors as usual.
Andre Marriner will take charge of Arsenal v Crystal Palace on Sunday at the Emirates and Arsenal fans will be hoping that he offers a bit more protection than he did the last time he refereed an Arsenal game.
19 November's clash between Manchester United and Arsenal is set to be a feisty affair with Andre Marriner appointed referee.
Andre Marriner is set to referee Arsenal v Watford on Sunday. The man from the West Midlands isn't necessarily a terrible referee, especially when compared...
Andre Marriner, the official best known for sending off Kieran Gibbs instead of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for a hand ball against Chelsea in 2014, has...
Andre Marriner appointed referee ahead of Newcastle tie.
The Dutch FA is currently testing referee-assisting video technology. Despite the International Football Association Board delaying it's use in competitive matches for a year this...
Andre Marriner was the man in charge of Arsenal 2 Everton 0 at the Emirates on Sunday, so how did he get on?
What Sunday's match against Everton needs is a referee who will clamp down on rotational fouling. Will it get that?