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Premier League Unveil Referees To Replace Mike Dean And Others | SEE DETAILS

Here are the referees that have been confirmed by the premier league as replacements for Mike Dean and others who retired from officiating.

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Premier League Referees

Following the retirement of Mike Dean amongst others at the end of the 2021/2022 season the premier league has confirmed the new referees that would be replacing them.

With the league set to kick off on the 5th of August 2022, excitements are at its peak as fans look forward in regards to what to expect.

Mike Dean, Jonathan Moss and Martin Atkinson were confirmed to have officiated their final games at the end of the 2021/2022 season and have been confirmed to be replaced by Tom Bramall, Natalie Aspinall, Nick Greenhalgh and Steve Meredith

Tom Bramall

According to the Premier League, Tom “is the fifth referee to be promoted to the League in the past two seasons.”

Natalie Aspinall

The Premier League also describes Aspinall as someone who “arrives at the highest level of English football, boasting extensive experience both domestically and internationally, including at a women’s World Cup.”

Nick Greenhalgh

The league stated: “Greenhalgh has over 300 EFL matches to his name as an assistant referee since joining the list in 2008/09.”

Steve Meredith

He joined the EFL list prior to the 2012/13 campaign and has great experience with 250+ matches in their three divisions.

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