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Mark Clattenburg quits Premier League for Saudi Arabia

MailOnline Friday, 17 February 2017
Mark Clattenburg quits Premier League for Saudi ArabiaMark Clattenburg currently earns £100,000 a year working as England's top official and it is reported he could earn £1million a year in Saudi Arabia having quit the Premier League for a money-spinning move.
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