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Paul Tierney’s Wikipedia page brutally modified

Paul Tierney has attracted a lot of unwanted headlines due to his refereeing of Liverpool’s trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The 40-year-old drew the most attention for not giving Diogo Jota a penalty and for not dismissing Harry Kane after his tackle on Andy Robertson.

This latest of these decisions has caused the Wikipedia page of the man who celebrates his birthday on Christmas Day to be corrupted.

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After the game, a new paragraph was added to the end of his biography, which read: ‘He ignores the challenges of the stallions if the perpetrator is the current England captain, as evidenced by his ridiculous yellow card for Harry Kane on December 19, 2021.‘.

This accusation is in line with the fact that Spurs’ No.9 is also the England captain and many believe this offers him favorable treatment from some England officials.

The man who has refereed in the Premier League since 2014 is believed to have made 11 errors in the 18 times he has refereed our games and many hope to never see him again in many more of our games.

Whoever updated the website seems to have had their add removed, but the Twitter user @adele2703 managed to get a screenshot before it was removed:

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