The outcome means McManaman, despite hordes of witnesses scrambling to appear for the prosecution, has effectively got away with grievous bodily harm and the Professional Game Match Officials Board are one of the few organisations in the world outside a dictatorship not held responsible for the actions of its members.
What does PGMOB stand for?
PGMOB stands for Professional Game Match Officials Board (Great Britain)
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The match eventually finished 2-2 and, after reviewing the evidence, the Professional Game Match Officials board admitted that it was "an error of judgement," but insisted the result should stand.
He is in charge of the Professional Game Match Officials Board and was a good referee in his day.
It is understood the Professional Game Match Officials Board had decided to withdraw Bryan for the game at Ewood Park in the wake of his performance at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
To be on the safe side, copy them in triplicate to Mike Riley and his chums at the Professional Game Match officials Board.
He is an honest intelligent guy who will certainly do his best but the overriding problem still remains in that he answers to the Professional Game Match Officials Board, which is basically run by the clubs.
The 18 full-time officials, who earn a 50,000 pounds basic salary from the Professional Game Match Officials Board, are put through their paces once a year with a tough workout at Warwick University and constantly monitored.
The Professional Game Match Officials Board have written to the Football Association for an explanation after Brad Friedel's red card was rescinded.