Marriner Takes Charge Of Newcastle v Man City
Andre Marriner will officiate the Premier League match on Saturday 15 December 2013 between Newcastle United and Manchester City.
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The West Midlands based referee has taken charge of 9 Premier League, 2 Championship and 1 Europa League matches. He has issued a total of 41 yellow cards and no red.
The 41-year-old, who's birthday is on New Years Day will be assisted by Darren Cann and Mike Mullarkey. The Fourth Official is Phil Dowd.
Did you know?
In a fixture between Arsenal and Liverpool on 17 April 2011, Marriner notably awarded the latest-ever penalty kick in the history of the Premier League. The match was goalless until Marriner awarded Arsenal a penalty in the seventh minute of second-half stoppage time, and four minutes later awarded a second penalty to Liverpool. Both were converted, the latter in the 102nd minute which also became the League's latest-ever goal.
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