A great number of fans have marked a request calling for Mike Dean to be sacked as a Premier League official.Dean hit the highlights on Saturday after he send off West Ham's Tomas Soucek for an elbow on Fulham's Aleksandar , subsequent to viewing the video film for more then three minutes. Most of fans and intellectuals firmly deviated, accepting any contact was minor and inadvertent and it should not have been a red card because the player was trying to move away from Aleksandra.
The 52-year-old referee was additionally the official in control when Southampton lost 9-0 to Manchester United. His choice to send off Jan Bednarek and grant a punishment to United was disputable and the red card was upset on allure. Southampton even supposedly mentioned that Dean not official any of their games in the coming weeks. Anyway it is not only the Saints who are incensed at Dean, as the quickly developing rundown of names marking the Change.org petition shows.
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