Monday, 12 July 2010

Graham Poll speaks to R&W Bill

Thanks to our friends at The Coral Dugout, Red and White Bill has had the chance to quiz former top-flight and infamous World Cup referee Graham Poll on the performance of the men in the middle in South Africa.

Coming the day after Howard Webb became the first English referee since 1974 to run the rule over the final of the competition, his words are timely. He also gave the most useful and rounded answers to questions out of the three (former England players Martin Peters and Terry Butcher answered previously). Here are his thoughts on the issue of consistency versus common sense for referees, in which he gives some interesting insights.

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