Taylor returns - as fourth official

  • by Staff Writer
  • Wednesday, 21st October 2015

The man dubbed 'the worst referee ever' returns to the Boleyn Ground this Saturday when West Ham face Chelsea in the weekend's big London derby.

Fortunately however, Anthony Taylor - who has come under heavy criticism from Hammers fans in the past for some dreadful decisions - has only been given the role as fourth official.

Mocked: the errant Taylor is fourth official this weekend

Meanwhile West Ham's clash with the mid-table Blues will be officiated by Jonathan Moss, who was last in east London for United's 4-3 defeat at the hands of Bournemouth back in August.

Moss, who hails from West Yorkshire, has refereed just seven matches so far this season, issuing 19 yellow cards and two red cards in the process.

Prior to the Bournemouth encounter game, Moss' last visit to the Boleyn was back in May of this year when West Ham beat Burnley 1-0 courtesy of a Mark Noble penalty - a goal that followed the harsh dismissal of Burnley's Michael Duff.

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