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7%
  
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marshboy 11:24 Sat Apr 2
Clattenburg
Don't both writting his name this is suppose to be England's Euro 2016 ref , fucking useless just write the word WANKER

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jack flash 9:07 Fri Apr 8
Re: Clattenburg
"Allegations of irregular business dealings",
Bankrupt within the last few years
Acid attack on his luxury car
Dubious tatoo on his arm that has to be covered up
Very suspect refereeing decisions

This chap doesn't sound entirely honest to me, though he might convince some on here!

Private Dancer 4:23 Fri Apr 8
Re: Clattenburg
Agreed. To call it 'silly money' is very odd indeed...is gph a tramp or a refugee?

Full Claret Jacket 4:21 Fri Apr 8
Re: Clattenburg
65k plus 1k a match is nothing and exactly why they could be open to match fixing.
I'm sure some stories will come out in time. Any industry with this much money in it and with so much betting on outcomes attracts the sort of people who will try and get a favorable outcome.

Private Dancer 4:19 Fri Apr 8
Re: Clattenburg
You cunts are STILL going on about this??

Give it a fucking rest, worse than a bunch of Scousers.

Texas Iron 4:13 Fri Apr 8
Re: Clattenburg
gph

65k plus 1000 a game is Not Silly money...around 100k a year...

A fraction of an average Prem squad player...

Pay them more...but hold them to much higher standards...more transparency ...reviews with technology on key decisions...

It's an 8billion plus business...so pay them accordingly...and attract really top performers...

gph 3:57 Fri Apr 8
Re: Clattenburg
Top refs get silly money - £65,000pa, plus 1k for each Premiership game they take, according to the Mail.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2909239/Top-Premier-League-referees-earn-FIVE-TIMES-Football-League-officials.html

The National Careers Service confirms their salaries are of this order.

https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/advice/planning/jobprofiles/Pages/FootballReferee.aspx

I think they got expenses plus something like a tenner a game when I first started following football. Or maybe they started getting that a bit later.

Obviously, refs today are 100s of times better than they were then...

bruuuno 1:11 Fri Apr 8
Re: Clattenburg
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/ex-lover-of-premier-league-ref-mark-355847


Look at this cunts car and tell me he aint taking a bung.

Hope the cunt crashes and dies

Far Cough 11:09 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
Maybe he's had it removed?

gph 11:00 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
If it's not football-related, surely it must be political or pornographic.

Mark above a heart with an arrow through it, above Clattenburg, would only confirm what everyone knows

geoffpikey 10:40 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
I've read (somewhere, can't remember!) he has a Newcastle United tattoo re the long shirt theory. But, yeah, he's worn short sleeves before. Certainly have never seen an image of it, if true. Maybe he got it recently for their terrific season so far...?

stomper 6:57 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
Of course he doesnt take bribes, he's an ENGLISHMAN, not some dodgy Johnny Foreigner!

(Suspiciously German sounding name tho')

ted fenton 2:26 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
We still talking about this Cnut ?

Brucies_Star_Prize 2:23 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg

Hermit Road 1:34 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg

I don't doubt that referees have taken bribes. It's been proven to have happened in other countries.

I just don't think Clattenburg was on the take on Saturday. He simply made a bad decision. Certainly no evidence of a clear campaign to favour Palace.

VirginiaHam 1:58 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
GreenStreetPlayer 8:39 Thu Apr 7

I've got Wengeritis. I never saw that swipe.

Hermit Road 1:34 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
The conspiracy thing I don't buy. The betting thing could definitely be accurate. Much more surprising things have happened than a ref taking a few quid from a bookie.

Brucies_Star_Prize 11:25 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg

GreenStreetPlayer 8:39 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg

Don't for a second believe in the conspiracy / betting nonsense, but that definitely looked a straight red to me.

Mad Dog 11:23 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
I know. My point was he was going for the ball fairly

worm 11:05 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
If you google mark clattenburgs tattoo, there are loads of photos of him in short sleeves.

I can't see any tattoos

Sven Roeder 11:02 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
The only non football club suggestion I can find is that he has the Olympic rings as a tattoo after refereeing the Mens Football final at the London Olympics.

Sven Roeder 10:54 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
Who knows!
Am fascinated what this tattoo he has to cover up is. Supposedly not football related so cant imagine what would need to be hidden from the sensitive eyes of fans if its not I LUV MAN UTD or something implying bias.

1964 10:53 Thu Apr 7
Re: Clattenburg
Mad Dog 10:49 Thu Apr 7

No, there is a clear gap of about 12 inches between the bottom of the ball and the ground at the time of contact. He got the ball so it follows his foot was at least those 12 inches off the ground.

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