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Clattenburg headed to Saudi Arabia to replace Webb as refereeing chief
Guardian, February 16th, 2017 11:43PM
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Mark Clattenburg, who refereed the Euro 2016 final, is leaving his job as a Premier League official to become the head of Saudi Arabia's referees. He'll replace Howard Webb, who will become MLS's VAR program. Read the original story...

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