Mark Clattenburg

Mark Clattenburg

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<!--VANDALISM to this page will be promptly removed. Additions must be properly cited and comply with Wikipedia's rules on recentisms, notability and neutrality.-->Mark Clattenburg (born 13 March 1975: the Football League Official website. in Consett, County Durham, page 2: website.) is an English football referee, who operates in the Football League and the Premier League, and for FIFA. He is based in Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He trained as an electrician and is of part-Canadian ancestry.


Early career

Clattenburg took up refereeing in 1990 as part of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, page 4: website. and became an assistant referee in the Northern League at the age of 18, later refereeing in that league. He became both a Football Conference referee and a Football League assistant referee in the year 1999, He had served only one year as an assistant – a record shared with Steve Baines – but his promise led to quicker promotion. His debut Football League match (at the age of just 25 – a one-time post-War record) was between Chesterfield and York City on 12 August 2000, with Chesterfield...
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