Mike Dean may have refereed his last Manchester United match of the season, according to the latest odds.
After a controversial dismissal of West Ham’s Sofiane Feghouli, we make it just 3/1 that Dean doesn’t officiate another United match in 2016-17.
The 48-year-old has dished out more penalties and red cards than any other man in black this season, and it’s just 2/1 Dean racks up 10 red cards before the campaign is over.
A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “They say that if a referee isn’t spoken about then they’ve done a good job.
“That would suggest few are pleased with card-happy Dean, who is maybe enjoying the spotlight a little too much.”
Fans and pundits alike had their say following Dean’s latest moment of debate.
Sky sports commentator Niall Quinn called the decision ‘rank-bad’, while Gary Lineker wasn’t holding back either…
That is an absurd red card. Ridiculous decision. Mike Dean has dropped a real Feghouli.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) January 2, 2017
Gary Neville, Martin Keown and Alan Smith are just three others who have also disagreed with Feghouli’s dismissal.
Ladbrokes Latest Betting
Mike Dean Specials
Mike Dean to show 10 red cards this season (already shown five) – 2/1
Mike Dean not to referee another Man United game this season – 3/1
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing