Arsenal 1 Man United 0: Rate referee Chris Foy’s display

Rate the performance of referee Chris Foy during Arsenal's Premier League clash with Manchester United

Alex Sharp
By Alex Sharp

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The Sport Review wants your take on Chris Foy and his officials’ refereeing display at Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

Cast your vote above and have your say on how Foy and his team of officials got on during the Premier League clash between Arsenal and Manchester United in the comments box below.

Arsenal 1 Man United 0, Barclays Premier League, 1 May 2011

Referee: Chris Foy
Assistants: John Flynn and Andy Garratt
Fourth official: Lee Mason

Profile: Chris Foy

Foy started officiating back in 1983 and became a Football League referee in 1994 before progressing to the Premier League as an assistant referee in 1995.

The 48-year-old’s first match as ref in the top flight came on 15 December 2001, a goalless draw between Bolton Wanderers and Charlton Athletic.

In 2009 he took charge of the Carling Cup final, when Manchester United prevailed 4-1 on penalties against Tottenham Hotspur.

Everton fan Foy also refereed the 2009 Community Shield, where Chelsea beat Manchester United 4-1 on penalties after an enthralling 2-2 draw.

Most recently, Foy was in charge of the 2010 FA Cup final between Chelsea and Portsmouth, when Carlo Ancelotti’s men ran out 1-0 winners at Wembley.

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