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Tuesday, 30 October 2012

This is the number of controversy Premier League Week 9

Referees in the Premier League central spotlight due to the falling confidence in the clubs top Britain. In fact, on the weekend of 9 came three made the controversial decision of the court.

Since the beginning of season 2012-13 is not much rolling refereeing decisions spotlight. However, in the last three weeks, it had changed drastically.
Many of the decisions of the referee deemed inappropriate. These controversial decisions are significant enough to be asked:

1. Manchester United Vs Liverpool (23 September 2012)
In the match ending 2-1 to Manchester United's victory, referee Mark Halsey in the spotlight. Senior court's decision not to give a penalty to the Reds, while Luis Suarez dropped Jonny Evans, and his decision repel Jonjo Shelvey getting harsh criticism.

2. Liverpool Vs Everton (October 28, 2012)
Merseyside derby ended with a 2-2 score, but it is so controversial is dianulirnya Suarez scored in the end of the game. Welcoming header Sebastian Coates, Uruguay striker was mencocor ball and into goalkeeper Tim Howard.

However, the Reds players celebrate finally canceled because the assistant referee had raised his flag offside mark. When seen in reruns, it was unclear who the players are considered the court standing offside. Because the entire cast behind Liverpool Everton player.

3. Chelsea Vs Manchester United (October 28, 2012)
Game titled 'Super Sunday' yesterday damaged by tainted by controversial referee Mark Clattenburg's decision. The former plumber was cast out Branislav Ivanovic and Fernando Torres as equally strong position 2-2.

The highlight of the controversy occurred on 75 minutes when Chelsea finally winning back through Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez. Mexican players were assessed was standing offside when receiving feedback Rafael Da Silva. The Blues were outraged and criticized the court.

4. Arsenal Vs Queens Park Rangers (October 27, 2012)
Difficult to disassemble 10 players QPR defense, the Gunners finally cheered when the game just 2 minutes left. However, Mikel Arteta goal deserves to be debated.

When there was chaos in front of goalkeeper Julio Cesar, Arteta was standing right in front of the goal line while welcoming rebound Aaron Ramsey. QPR players immediately protested, but the referee did not move and remained on the verdict.
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