Man City v Sunderland: Rate ref Howard Webb’s display

Rate the performance of referee Howard Webb during Manchester City's clash with Sunderland

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

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The Sport Review wants your take on Howard Webb’s refereeing display at the City of Manchester Stadium on Sunday.

Cast your vote above and have your say on how Webb and his officials got on during the Barclays Premier League clash between Manchester City and Sunderland in the comments box below.

Profile: Howard Webb

Howard Webb is regarded as one of the top referees in the world with over 350 professional games under his belt.

His first game in England’s top tier was a Premier League clash between Fulham and Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2003.

He was appointed as a Fifa official in 2005 with his first International match a clash between Northern Ireland and Portugal.

In 2010, Webb became the first referee to officiate the Champions League and World Cup finals in the same year.

During the World Cup final in South Africa, Webb dished out 14 yellow cards and one red during -a Fifa record -during an ill-tempered clash between Holland and Spain.

He was awarded an MBE in the 2011 New Years Honours list for ‘services to football’ following an impressive 2010.

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