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Mike Dean is 3,000 signatures away from being a potential House of Commons debate

Over 97,000 fans and counting have signed the petition to stop Mike Dean from officiating an Arsenal game in future.

97,000 fans and counting have a signed the petition to stop Mike Dean refereeing future Arsenal games.
97,000 fans and counting have a signed the petition to stop Mike Dean refereeing future Arsenal games.

MIKE DEAN, WHO refereed last weekend’s controversial Chelsea-Arsenal match, could be set to be considered for a House of Commons debate.

After some dodgy decisions went against Arsenal during that match, Gunners supporters set up a petition to stop Dean from refereeing any more Arsenal games.

Over 97,000 fans and counting have a signed the petition since it was set up, and should it reach 100,000, the House of Commons will be obliged to consider the topic for debate.

However, www.parliament.uk also notes that “there may be occasions when a debate is not appropriate” — something tells us these sentiments may apply to the Mike Dean saga.

h/t 101 Great Goals

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