Tag: Anthony Taylor
Anthony Taylor will take charge of Arsenal's match against Tottenham while Jarred Gillett is, once again, on VAR for a game at the Emirates.
Arsenal beat Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday to lift their 14th FA Cup, showing what they can do with a referee who isn't hellbent on ruining their lives.
Anthony Taylor will referee the FA Cup final 2020 between Arsenal and Chelsea, with details of the game released on Wednesday.
The Premier League have confirmed the officials to take charge of the match between Arsenal and Manchester City next Wednesday.
Mike Dean will take charge of our trip to West Ham on Monday night as we move back into our rotation of regular refs with just three taking charge of 60% of Arsenal's games this season.
VAR official Anthony Taylor reportedly believed Nicolas Pepe should have had a penalty against Bournemouth, but he didn't overturn the referee's decision.
Another Premier League game, another chance for Anthony Taylor to do something stupid, yes indeedy, the worst ref in the division will take charge of Arsenal's game against Watford.
Sokratis has now picked up more yellow cards in a league season than any other Arsenal player since the Premier League started.
Jon Moss will take charge of Arsenal's game against United while Anthony Taylor has been appointed to another Premier League match this weekend despite his catalogue of blunders during the Spurs game, proving once again that there is zero accountability for officials within the English game.
If the FA aren’t going to charge Davinson Sanchez, then they must demote Anthony Taylor.
Tottenham Hotspur should have finished with nine men yet somehow it was Arsenal who had a man sent off when Lucas Torreira was shown red.
It is fun to believe that your club is on the wrong end of a conspiracy, be it from the referees, the media or other authorities but, for the most part, they just don’t exist.
Arsene Wenger has criticised the Premier League for failing to adopt VAR ahead of the new season after watching his side lose 2-1 at St James’ Park on Sunday.
The Premier League have appointed Anthony Taylor to referee Arsenal's match against Spurs this weekend, and Gooners are not happy.
If you've been watching Arsenal for more than a few weeks, you probably already know how to beat them. But for everyone else, here is our definitive guide.
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.
There are a number of referees who strike fear in Arsenal fans hearts these days for more reasons than just their general incompetence.
Arsene Wenger will only be fined for his comments after the 2-2 draw with Chelsea, according to the Telegraph.
Arsene Wenger's comments to and about Mike Dean are being treated more seriously than his comments about Anthony Taylor, according to the Telegraph.
Arsenal are reportedly hoping that the FA come to a fast decision over Arsene Wenger's punishment so he doesn't miss too many Premier League games.
The Football Association on Thursday asked Arsene Wenger to clarify remarks about penalties given against his side made before and after Arsenal's Premier League game with Chelsea.
Arsene Wenger says the penalty decision was 'farcical', and he's fed up of the media letting referees off the hook no matter what happens.
Arsene Wenger has said he intends to contest his FA charge, and doesn't regret his comments made at referee Mike Dean.
If there was such thing as a 'preferred' referee for Arsenal's Premier League clash against Chelsea on Wednesday, Anthony Taylor would be it.
Anthony Taylor is set to referee Arsenal's match against Bournemouth, which most fans are probably not too happy about.
Arsenal and Arsene Wenger will not be at all pleased to learn that Anthony Taylor has been handed the FA Cup final.
Arsenal went to Middlesbrough with six changes to their lineup and a back three for the first time in 20 years, looked a total shambles, yet managed to come away with all three points.
Anthony Taylor. Those two words should be enough for any review about this man.
Back in January, Arsene Wenger was handed a four-match touchline ban for an altercation with fourth official, Anthony Taylor, during Arsenal's 2-1 win over Burnley in which the media reported the manager had called Taylor a "f**king cheat"; unsurprisingly, this wasn't the case at all.
Graham Poll, the referee most famous for showing a player three yellows before sending him off at a World Cup, has written that Arsene Wenger should have got a six-game ban instead of four.
Mark Halsey has said that it is not the job of the fourth official to follow a manager into the tunnel after he’s been sent off, hinting at a strategy Arsene Wenger might use to defend himself.
In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Anita review the Burnley game and ponder Xhaka's penchant for a two-footed lunge.
Arsene Wenger has been charged with misconduct by the FA, so what sort of punishment and ban is he facing?
Arsenal fans thought they had received a bit of a boost when it was announced that Michael Oliver will referee their season opener against Liverpool this weekend.
Anthony Taylor will take charge of Arsenal’s game against Manchester City on Sunday.
Arsenal fans the world over shudder when they hear the name Anthony Taylor, but maybe we shouldn't.
Heading into last April, Arsenal fans winced when Anthony Taylor was named as a referee for any game. And why not? Most memorably, Taylor sent...
Mike Dean at Chelsea was one thing, but now Arsenal fans will have to cope with Anthony Taylor taking charge of the Premier League...
by Nia Griffiths Anthony Taylor has been appointed referee in Arsenal v Chelsea's Community Shield match 2nd August and neither team is likely to be...
Thankfully, that was the last we will see of Anthony Taylor for at least a few months. A referee so awful, he's now so afraid...
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