Andre Marriner will referee Arsenal vs. Manchester

Referee Andre Marriner has been officially picked up to take charge of Sunday’s highly anticipated bout at the Emirates Stadium between Manchester United as well as Arsenal, as the Premier League has already disclosed.

Up to four plays were officiated by Andre Marrriner in November.

In January 2015, Mourinho’s last run-in was with with Marriner. Andre often complained to him as fourth official during Chelsea’s loss at Tottenham Hotspur right after referee Phil Dowd hadn’t managed to provide a penalty.

By the way, Andre Marriner, aged 46, who has acted as a Premier League official since 2004 and also on FIFA’s panel since 2009, has also been in charge for Manchester United’s EFL Cup final glory over Southampton, February 26.

The April 2 home draw versus Manchester City on April 2 appeared to be Marriner’s most recent Arsenal experience.

In March 2014, Andre had Kieran Gibbs sent off instead of player Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain exactly for handball on the goal line and it was during Arsenal’s 6-0 loss at Chelsea.