Tag: Mike Dean
Stephen is joined by Anita and Lana as they discuss if time is beginning to run out for Mikel Arteta after Arsenal's 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa.
Would it even be a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United if Mike Dean wasn't the referee for Arsenal's game?
Mike Dean's face might well go down as one of the highlights of this awful Arsenal season, but having to wait until the end of July for it was almost worth everything else we had to go through.
This week, Matthew is joined by Anita to talk a traditional and non-traditional 1-0 win over West Ham, the midfield muddle and Ainsley Maitland-Niles....
Martin Atkinson took charge of his sixth Arsenal game this season as the Premier League and FA continue to give this man more Arsenal matches than any other but even he couldn't stop Arsenal beating West Ham.
Arsenal beat Portsmouth in the FA Cup on Monday evening so with most of the news centering around that, let's look at the stories doing the rounds today.
For the seventh time this season, Mike Dean will be involved with an Arsenal match, this time taking charge of our FA Cup tie at Portsmouth on Monday night.
Arsenal will travel to Bournemouth on Monday night for a match refereed, again, by Martin Atkinson, while Mike Dean will run the VAR. One week...
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Anita discuss the draw with Sheffield United, the lack of goals from midfield,...
When Arsenal played Sheffield United back in October, 76% of fans believed Mike Dean robbed us of a penalty, something he did again when the sides met this weekend.
Even though Arsenal weren't at their best against Sheffield United on Saturday, had they been given a stonewall penalty when they were 1-0 up then the result would have been a different matter altogether.
Arsenal will face Sheffield United on Saturday afternoon with Mike Dean in charge, Lee Mason as the fourth official and Martin Atkinson running the VAR.
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.
Mike Dean didn't even bother to check with VAR to see if Sokratis had been fouled to earn Arsenal a penalty so it's no surprise he got such a bad match-rating.
Mike Dean is set to referee Arsenal's trip to Sheffield United on Monday and, say it quietly, that hasn't been a terrible omen for the last few years.
Arsenal collected another three points to keep up their 100% start, winning their opening two games for the first time in 10 years with a 2-1 win over Burnley on Saturday afternoon.
Mauricio Pochettino is facing a touchline ban after being charged by the FA following his confrontation with Mike Dean at the weekend and the FA have to hand him a significant ban given how they've treated Arsene Wenger in the past.
Mike Dean will take charge of Arsenal’s FA Cup third round fixture at Blackpool.
If Arsenal fans craved something different more than anything else then they certainly got that at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.
Mark Clattenburg has said that BOTH Tottenham’s goals should NOT have stood.
When the news was announced that Mike Dean would referee Arsenal’s game against Spurs this weekend, the first thought that popped into my head was ‘why always Dean?’
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.
Love Arsenal? Podcast talking Bournemouth, Tottenham & Mike Dean, Vorskla, youth, ladies, Santi Cazorla...
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew reviews the narrow win on the south coast, looks forward to the NLD (but...
Spirits are certainly high around the Arsenal team camp at the moment, but fans spotted that fourth official Mike Dean didn't exactly share in their joy during the 5-1 win at the weekend.
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?
Crystal Palace are the only team in the bottom 11 that Arsenal have beaten away from home in the Premier League this season.
For the second time this season, Manchester City players have received no punishment for their part in post-match and off-field fracas after the FA reviewed their cup tie against Wigan Athletic.
Arsene Wenger says he just wants referees to make the right decisions, after serving a three-match touchline ban for an altercation with Mike Dean.
According to referee Mike Dean's report, Arsene Wenger labelled him a 'disgrace', and said he was 'not honest'.
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.
Mike Dean awards more penalties to every big-six club other than Arsenal, with the exception of Liverpool, who he hardly ever referees.
Mike Dean has allegedly admitted that he made a mistake during Arsenal's 1-1 draw away to West Bromwich Albion last weekend, but what good is it now?
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.
The PGMOL suspended Mike Dean for his involvement with a betting website in 2005 so why are the FA banning Arsene Wenger for questioning his integrity?
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'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.
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.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Sylvain discuss a good result at Palace and a poor one at West Brom.
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