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Jeff Winter

Jeffrey “Jeff” Winter (born 18 April 1955 in Middlesbrough, England) is a former Premier League referee.

Gareth Risbridger

Gareth Risbridger (16 April 1982) is an football manager and former English semi-professional footballer, who was most recently the assistant manager to Danny Gordon at Aylesbury after the pair were appointed in May 2016. They departed the club in January 2017.
He started his career as a youth player at Marlow, before joining Yeovil Town in 1998. Risbridger then signed for Third Division club Southend United following his former Yeovil manager David Webb, however he only made one appearance and was sent on loan to Conference National club Dover Athletic. He was released from Southend in January 2002, and dropped back into non-League football spending a month at Salisbury City before joining Aylesbury United. In December 2003, he joined former Aylesbury manager, Steve Cordery at Staines Town. After a number of injuries that kept him sidelined for two-and-a-half years, Risbridger joined Bracknell Town on a short loan spell, regaining his fitness. He went on to join Boreham Wood in November 2010. After a period out of the game due to injury, he joined Slough Town in March 2014.

Alan Muir

Alan Muir (born 10 May 1975) is a Scottish football referee.

Jim Finney

JamesJimFinney (17 August 1924 – 1 April 2008) was an English football referee during the 1960s and 1970s, active on the FIFA list. He was born in St Helens in Lancashire (now Merseyside) but was based during his refereeing career in Hereford. Outside football he worked as a brewery representative.

Uriah Rennie

Uriah D. Rennie (born 23 October 1959 in Sheffield, England) is a retired top level English football referee.

Steve Bennett (referee)

Stephen Graham Bennett (born 17 January 1961 in Farnborough, London Borough of Bromley) is a former English football referee who operated in the Premier League, and previously for FIFA as an assistant referee and then referee.

David Elleray

David Roland Elleray MBE (born 3 September 1954 in Dover, Kent), is an English former football referee who officiated in the Football League, Premier League and for FIFA.

Mike Riley (referee)

Michael Riley (born 17 December 1964) is an ex-professional football referee from Leeds in West Yorkshire, who has refereed matches in the Football League, FA Premier League and for FIFA.

A.C. Williams

A. C. Williams (Brighton, ?–?) angol nemzetközi labdarúgó-játékvezető.

John Wood (soccer)

John W. Wood (1884 – 1959) was an English association football player, referee and coach who was briefly head coach of the United States men’s national soccer team. He was born in Nottingham, England. Upon emigrating to the United States, Wood played for several teams on the east coast. He later became the soccer coach at Oak Park High School in Oak Park, Illinois.
Wood led the American team at the 1952 Summer Olympics, and was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame that same year. Former head coach Walter Giesler served as manager for the 1952 squad. The team played one game at those games, losing a qualifier to Italy 8-0.

Phil Dowd

Philip “Phil” Dowd (born 26 January 1963) is a retired English professional football referee who officiated primarily in the Premier League. He is based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, and was a member of the Staffordshire Football Association.

Morag Pirie

Morag Pirie (born 27 June 1975) is a Scottish association football referee. She is Scotland’s first female FIFA referee, having been appointed to FIFA’s Elite Development Level in 2012.
In August 2003 Pirie became the first woman to referee a senior football match in Scotland, when she took charge of Huntly’s 1–0 win over Wick Academy at Christie Park in the Highland Football League. In November 2003 Albion Rovers manager Peter Hetherston was put on a charge for criticising Pirie’s performance running the line in Rovers’ defeat to Montrose.
Pirie became the first woman to officiate at a national Cup final in November 2007, when she was an assistant referee at the 2007 Scottish Challenge Cup Final.

Mark Warren (referee)

Mark Warren (born 4 January 1960, Walsall, West Midlands) is an English former football referee, and one of only ten from the United Kingdom to have been a match official in a FIFA World Cup Final.

Leslie Irvine (referee)

Leslie Irvine (born 23 June 1958 in Derry, Northern Ireland) is a former Northern Irish professional football referee. He was a full international for FIFA until his retirement in 2003. He refereed four Irish Cup finals.

John Homewood

Bartley John Homewood (1932 – June 1991) was an English former football referee in the Football League and for FIFA. During his time on the List he was based in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey.

Charles W. Alcock

Charles William ″C.W.″ Alcock (2 December 1842 – 26 February 1907) was an influential English sportsman and administrator. He was a major instigator in the development of both international football and cricket, as well as being the creator of the FA Cup.

George Courtney

George Courtney (born 4 June 1941) is an English former football referee based in Spennymoor, County Durham.
He is said to be a freemason. His vocational career was spent as a primary school headteacher.

Neil Midgley (referee)

Not to be confused with Neil Midgley (footballer)
Neil Midgley (9 September 1942 – 8 July 2001) was an English football referee who originated from Salford, then in Lancashire. During his refereeing career he was initially based in Salford before moving to Kearsley, part of the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton, in 1987. He lived there with his wife Barbara. until his death in 2001.

Ian Foote

Ian Foote’s biography, age, height, fact, career, awards, net worth, salary, income, family tree, personal life and life story.

Dermot Gallagher

Dermot J. Gallagher (born May 20, 1957 in Ringsend, Dublin, Ireland) is a retired Irish association football referee, who lives in Banbury, Oxfordshire. He refereed in the Premier League of English football until May 2007.

Graham Poll

Graham Poll (born 29 July 1963) is an English former football referee in the Premier League and is considered the best English referee of the last 25 years in a list maintained by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS). With 26 years of experience, he was regarded as one of the most prominent referees in the Premiership, often taking charge of the highest-profile games. His final domestic game in a career spanning 1,544 matches was the Championship play-off final on 28 May 2007 between Derby County and West Bromwich Albion.
As well as refereeing the 2005 UEFA Cup Final he was the English representative at two World Cups and UEFA Euro 2000.
At the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, he refereed two matches successfully. In his third game, Croatia vs Australia, he cautioned the same player three times before sending him off. Poll retired from refereeing international tournament finals matches, citing his error in the match. He continued to referee in the Premiership, Champions League and on international games, but said he would not allow himself to be nominated to represent the FA at any tournament finals as he felt he had his chance.

John Wright Paterson

John Wright Paterson (Bothwell/Glasgow,) skót nemzetközi labdarúgó-játékvezető.

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