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Mark Clattenburg quits the Premier League to take up role in Saudi Arabia - The Independent

The Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGGMOL) has announced that referee Mark Clattenburg has quit his job with the Premier League to take up a new advisory position in Saudi Arabia. Clattenburg took charge of his first English Football League ...and more »

Mark Clattenburg wants to build a refereeing legacy in Saudi Arabia as he gets set for new role - Mirror.co.uk

Mark Clattenburg is eager to build a refereeing legacy in Saudi Arabia after ending his 12-year association with the Premier League to assume a senior role in the Middle Eastern country. The 41-year-old Englishman is widely regarded as one of the ...and more »

Antonio Conte admits losing referee Mark Clattenburg is a massive blow for Premier League - Mirror.co.uk

Chelsea boss Conte clearly felt strongly on the Premier League's top referee leaving because it could be a setback for the standard of officials in England. Share; Comments. By. John CrossChief Football Writer. 13:54, 17 FEB 2017; Updated 14:34, 17 FEB ...and more »

The funniest Twitter reactions as Mark Clattenburg quits English football to take up new role in Saudi Arabia - Mirror.co.uk

It seems the Premier League referee won't be missed as much as he was hoping... Share; Comments. By. Jake Polden. 14:27, 16 FEB 2017; Updated 14:36, 16 FEB 2017. Sport. I'm out of here (Image: Getty). Share; Comments. by Taboola by Taboola · Sponsored ...and more »

Keith Hackett says the Premier League has lost best referee in world after Mark Clattenburg's departure - Mirror.co.uk

Mark Clattenburg's departure to Saudi Arabia means that the Premier League has lost the best referee in the world, according to former referee's chief Keith Hackett. Clattenburg has turned his back on English football to take up a role as the head of ...and more »

Juan Mata incident played part in Mark Clattenburg quitting Premier League, insists ex-referees' chief - Mirror.co.uk

Former referees' chief Keith Hackett has claimed an incident involving Juan Mata led Mark Clattenburg to quit the Premier League. Clattenburg has made a shock decision to turn his back on English football to take up a role as Head of Referees in Saudi ...and more »

Mark Clattenburg claims Newcastle are 'the best team in England' after being unveiled by Saudi Arabian FA - Mirror.co.uk

Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg has declared Newcastle United as 'the best team in England' after being unveiled as the new head of referees at the Saudi Arabian FA. Join the conversation. Comment Below. The County Durham official, who ...and more »

Mark Clattenburg: Premier League official quits to take up job in Saudi Arabia - BBC Sport

Mark Clattenburg is quitting his job as a Premier League official to become Saudi Arabia's new head of referees. The 41-year-old is widely considered to be one of the best referees in football and took charge of the Euro 2016 final, the Champions ...and more »

Which football clubs do Premier League referees support? - Mirror.co.uk

Mark Clattenburg announced he was swapping the Premier League for Saudi Arabia this week - and then declared his love for Newcastle United. With his time officiating in England at an end the County Durham born official no longer needs to maintain any ...and more »

Mark Clattenburg leaves Premier League to 'educate' Saudi Arabia referees - The Guardian

Mark Clattenburg took charge of Champions League and FA Cup finals in 2016. Photograph: Nick Potts/PA. Mark Clattenburg. Mark Clattenburg leaves Premier League to 'educate' Saudi Arabia referees. • Clattenburg to also officiate at matches in Saudi ...and more »