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Mike Dean receives Death Threats



Mike Dean has requested that not direct a Premier League game this end of the week in the wake of accepting maltreatment and demise dangers via web-based media subsequent to distributing two questionable red cards. 

The 52-year-old was scrutinized for shipping off West Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek for savage lead after he appeared to unintentionally strike Aleksandar Mitrovic in the Hammers' 0-0 draw at Fulham on Saturday. 

That episode came only four days after Dean shipped off Southampton protector Jan Bednarek for a test on Anthony Martial in the Saints' 9-0 whipping at Manchester United. 

The two choices have been toppled on allure with Soucek now accessible for West Ham's FA Cup away outing to Manchester United on Tuesday night just as being accessible for the Premier League matches against Sheffield United and Tottenham. 

In the two cases Dean decided to give a red card in the wake of being encouraged to see the episode on the pitchside screen by the video associate ref (VAR). 

Dignitary's family has likewise been focused with web-based media misuse. All maltreatment has been accounted for to the police. 

Soucek tweeted his help for Dean on Monday night, saying: "Whatever choices are made on the pitch should remain on the pitch. 

"I don't care for catching wind of it meddling with individual life and I send Mike Dean and his family my help. There is a bad situation for maltreatment of any sort. It is previously and I'm currently centered around the remainder of the period." 

Senior member will in any case official Wednesday's FA Cup game among Leicester and Brighton where VAR will indeed be in activity and worked by Graham Scott, with Dean's associate refs Darren Cann and Timothy Wood. 

Dignitary may get back to Premier League activity the next end of the week and provided that this is true, it is conceivable he could work close by Lee Mason again as authorities by and large work in gatherings. 

Head League CEO Richard Masters said: "It is unpardonable that Mike Dean and his family have gotten online maltreatment, including demise dangers, because of managing his work administering at a Premier League coordinate. 

"It is totally unsatisfactory that we are seeing oppressive conduct focused on players, chiefs and match authorities routinely via online media stages. 

This kind of conduct is endurable.

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