Howard Webb Names The 'Hardest Ground' For A Referee In The Premier League

Howard Webb took charge of over 500 games during his career. (Getty Images)

If you were a Premier League referee, which stadium would you dread going to the most?

Old Trafford? Anfield? White Hart Lane? Well, according to Howard Webb, it’s not a ground that would spring to mind straight away

The 45-year-old, who took charge of over 500 games during his career, including the World Cup final in 2014, was on referee analysis duty for Everton’s clash with Middlesbrough on Saturday evening when he made the following statement to BT Sport…

‘Goodison Park is the hardest place to referee in the Premier League.’

Webb made the bold claim following Lee Mason’s bizarre decision to allow Maarten Stekelenburg’s own goal to stand after he was barged over by Middlesbrough striker Alvaro Negredo.

  - Metro, UK

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