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Referee Appointments Confirmed: See Who’ll Take Charge Of Arsenal v Man Utd & More

Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Man Utd fans will be keen to find out who’ll be in charge of their teams after the refereeing appointments were confirmed

Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Man Utd fans will be keen to find out who’ll be in charge of their teams this weekend after the refereeing appointments were confirmed today…

The Premier League have announced the refereeing appointments for this weekend’s upcoming games and it’s safe to say Arsenal fans are not best pleased with who’ll be in charge when Manchester United visit the Emirates on Sunday.

Anthony Taylor has been selected as the referee for this weekend’s big game in North London and Gunners’ fans have been venting their frustration at the decision on social media sites today.

Taylor has been involved in a number of controversial decisions while in charge of Arsenal games in recent years and Gooners are also not impressed that he’s been selected for the United match given the fact he’s from Greater Manchester.

Sunday’s other big game sees Everton entertain Liverpool and Martin Atkinson will be the man in the middle at Goodison Park while Mike Dean will take charge of Swansea vs Spurs at the Liberty Stadium.

Robert Madley will be the official when defending champions Chelsea take on Southampton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening and Kevin Friend will referee Manchester City’s home clash with Newcastle.

Check out all the match official appointments below:

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    September 29, 2015 at 2:03 am

    I have been suspicious of this referee for a number of years.
    I do not believe any prem referee would be stupid enough to accept a bribe to throw a game one way or another, but if it was to ever happen, that game would be the Arsenal v A.Villa season opener 2 years ago. It was the most biased and appalling piece of refereeing I have I’ve ever seen in England with decisions that seemed so blatantly wrong and purposeful to make Arsenal lose the game that have never beed explained. It was scandalous. And Wenger needs to highlight this at his press conference to make the world know that we are watching him. Any blatantly wrong decision against Arsenal will only increase the suspicion – although this season it seems there is a serious anti-Arsenal refereeing decisions – the non-offside for Ramsey v Liverpool, the penalty not given at Newcastle, the Costa non-sending off, the Gabriel sending off.

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