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Mark Clattenburg: Premier League official to quit to take up job in Saudi Arabia

BBC News Thursday, 16 February 2017
Mark Clattenburg: Premier League official to quit to take up job in Saudi ArabiaMark Clattenburg, who took charge of the Euro 2016 final, is set to leave his job as a Premier League referee to work in Saudi Arabia.
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