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Marriner

Sir Neville. born 1924, British conductor and violinist; founder (1956) and director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, which specializes in baroque music
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Hodgson was led to believe that the video assistant, Neil Swarbrick, who watched the game from a west London studio, had radioed through to Marriner, the on-field referee, to tell him that the goal should stand - or, at least, that there were no angles to prove that it ought to be disallowed.
Marriner last took charge of the Black Cats last month when he was the man in the middle for the 2-2 draw against West Ham at the Stadium of Light.
Alli netted from the spot after Marriner ruled Steven Davis had fouled him in the box.
The FA had been able to retrospectively charge City's Argentina striker with the offence because referee Marriner (left) said he missed the incident during the game last Sunday.
In October 2014, after working for other training companies, Paul Marriner and Joanne Horner set up Lakota to help get local people into employment.
Magistrates also made an indefinite restraining order, banning Scott from contacting Miss Marriner.
Although Marriner, 41, was within the 30mph limit, he should have seen the pensioner earlier and failed to brake when he did spot her, assuming she would stop, a court heard.
Among those topics, Marriner said, are goal setting, self-confidence and planning for college.
I've been involved in games with Andre Marriner for many seasons and he's a top referee.
YOU think Andre Marriner had problems when he sent off the wrong Arsenal player against Chelsea, spare a thought for an Italian referee, known only as Mr Cirollo.
ST MARY'S 3pm SOUTHAMPTON v NEWCASTLE SOUTHAMPTON defender Jose Fonte believes referee Andre Marriner should have been dropped after last weekend's high-profile gaffe.
ROBERTO MARTINEZ has backed under-fire referee Andre Marriner and believes using technology to challenge every decision made would ruin football.