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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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Marriner takes charge of his first Sunderland game since Boxing Day last year, when he was at the centre of controversy as the Black Cats lost 3-1 against Hull City at the Stadium of Light.
Anthony Scott, 45, threatened to chop off the fingers of Demi Marriner, 18, after confronting her in the city centre.
As she crossed the road outside his home, biker David Marriner rode into her in a tragic accident.
And Poll believes that Manchester City will win the Premier League if all officials are as generous to the home side as Marriner was against Everton.
Martinez accused ref Andre Marriner of getting it wrong and said he feared Barkley, who turned 21 on Saturday, had started to earn an undeserved reputation.
the leading solution provider of process safety, cyber security, and asset reliability in the energy, power, and process industries; announces the addition of David Zahn to its executive leadership team as chief marketing officer and Keith Marriner as vice president of the Asia Pacific region.
Marriner was the referee who mistakenly sent off Kieran Gibbs instead of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in Arsenal's 6-0 defeat by Chelsea last month.
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.
FORMER referees' chief Keith Hackett hits out today at the decision NOT to drop Andre Marriner for his "two big mistakes" last weekend.
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.
Marriner sent off Kieran Gibbs at Stamford Bridge, after Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had handled the ball.