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The FA Has Fired A Premier League Referee After A goal Was Disallowed On Saturday

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Michael Salisbury, the game’s center referee, initially awarded Tyrick Mitchell’s own goal but was forced to reconsider after being asked to do so by Mason.

Mason retired as a referee and became a dedicated video assistant referee at the start of the 2022-23 season.

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According to talkSPORT, the FA has dropped Lee Mason as a VAR for a Premier League match this weekend.

This is following a controversial disallowed goal for Newcastle on Saturday.

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Mason was in the booth for Saturday’s Premier League match between Newcastle and Crystal Palace, in which the home team had a goal ruled out.

VAR referee Lee Mason has been axed from Premier League games this weekend after his blunder cost Newcastle’s ‘winner’ vs Palace | The Sun Salisbury came back to award a foul against Newcastle attacker Joe Willock, who had collided with Palace goalkeeper Vicente Guaita.

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Replays, however, suggested that the collision was caused by Mitchell shoving Willock in the back, and that the goal should have stood.

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