Marriner


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Marriner

(ˈmærɪnə)
n
(Biography) Sir Neville. born 1924, British conductor and violinist; founder (1956) and director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, which specializes in baroque music
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Marriner has handed out three red cards his last four matches in charge of Southampton.
A video shows Premier League referees Martin Atkinson, Kevin Friend and Andre Marriner partying into the early hours on the island of Batam, Indonesia.
| ANDRE Marriner will referee the derby at Old Trafford tonight.
The United boss claimed City are guilty of 'tactical' fouling and warned whistler Andre Marriner to be alert to it when the two sides meet at Old Trafford.
The incident, which stemmed from Kane closing down David Luiz after Spurs had returned possession to Chelsea, was not acted upon by referee Andre Marriner at the time.
WILFRIED ZAHA has appealed a charge of improper conduct that has been brought by referee Andre Marriner after he sarcastically applauded one of the official's decisions.
Referee Andre Marriner did award a free-kick to the Red Devils but opted against issuing a card of any description to Shelvey.
THE REFEREE Andre Marriner (West Midlands) The experienced whistler last took charge of a Toon game during the 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace earlier in the season.
Pianist Son Yeol-eum, appointed last month as artistic director of PyeongChang Music Festival as the youngest director of record, has released an album in commemoration of her deceased collaborator and mentor Sir Neville Marriner.
PLAY your cards right when Tottenham go to Chelsea -- and bet on a display of world-class restraint from Andre Marriner.