Mark Clattenburg to ref more Prem games before Saudi move
Feb 20 2017 by Johnny Bowman
While sources have insisted there is no U-turn and Clattenburg will still take up a job with the Saudi Arabian Football Association, it is likely that he will referee a few more Premier League matches before he goes.
It was recently revealed that Clattenburg was quitting the Premier League to take up a post as Saudi Arabia's new refereeing chief with immediate effect.
Perhaps Mr Clattenburg's highest profile games came in 2016, when he refereed the Champions League Final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in Milan as well as the FA Cup Final between Crystal Palace and Manchester United.
And Conte said: "It's a pity because Clattenburg is a really good referee".
The Newcastle fan was in charge of the 2012 Olympic final in London, the 2012 League Cup final and the UEFA Super Cup in 2014.
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Mark Clattenburg will officiate probably the worst Premier League match available next weekend after announcing that he will soon be leaving England in favour of Saudi Arabia.
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