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Friday 10 August 2012

Dubious Goals Panel rulings (Oct 2011-Dec 2011)

Twenty-five goals between 12 October to 21 December are ruled on

Chelsea's John Terry has been confirmed as the scorer of a goal against Arsenal

The Premier League's Dubious Goals Panel has made a decision on 25 dubious goals that were scored in the Barclays Premier League between 12th October to 21st December 2011.

The Dubious Goals Committee - drawn from people who have participated as a referee, player or manager at the highest level of the game - have ruled on the following goals:

Liverpool's goal against Manchester United on 15th October has been confirmed as a Steven Gerrard goal.

Bolton Wanderers' first goal against Wigan Athletic on 15th October was in fact an own goal (Gary Caldwell) and has therefore not been credited to Nigel Reo-Coker.

Chelsea's second goal against Everton on 15th October has been confirmed as a John Terry goal.

Newcastle United's first goal against Tottenham Hotspur on 16th October has been confirmed as a Demba Ba goal.

Liverpool's goal against Norwich City on 22nd October has been confirmed as a Craig Bellamy goal.

Chelsea's second goal against Arsenal on 29th October has been confirmed as a John Terry goal.

Blackburn Rovers' first goal against Norwich City on 29th October has been confirmed as a Junior Hoilett goal.

Norwich City's second goal against Blackburn Rovers on 29th October has been confirmed as a Bradley Johnson goal.

Wolverhampton Wanderers' third goal against Wigan Athletic on 6th November has been confirmed as a Stephen Ward goal.

Tottenham Hotspur's first goal against Fulham on 6th November was in fact an own goal (Chris Baird) and has therefore not been credited to Gareth Bale.

Tottenham Hotspur's third goal against Fulham on 6th November has been confirmed as a Jermain Defoe goal.

West Bromwich Albion's second goal against Bolton Wanderers on 19th November has been confirmed as a Shane Long goal.

Chelsea's first goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers on 26th November has been confirmed as a John Terry goal.

Stoke City's second goal against Blackburn Rovers on 26th November has been confirmed as a Glenn Whelan goal.

Liverpool's goal against Manchester City on 27th November was in fact an own goal (Joleon Lescott) and has therefore not been credited to Charlie Adam.

Tottenham Hotspur's first goal against Bolton Wanderers on 3rd December has been confirmed as a Gareth Bale goal.

Swansea City's first goal against Fulham on 10th December has been confirmed as a Scott Sinclair goal.

Aston Villa's second goal against Bolton Wanderers on 10th December has been confirmed as a Stiliyian Petrov goal.

Stoke City's first goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers on 17th December has been confirmed as a Kevin Doyle own goal.

Wolverhampton Wanderers' second goal against Norwich City on 20th December has been confirmed as a Ronald Zubar goal.

Sunderland's first goal against Queens Park Rangers on 21st December has been confirmed as a Nicklas Bendtner goal.

Sunderland's third goal against Queens Park Rangers on 21st December has been confirmed as a Wes Brown goal.

Arsenal's second goal against Aston Villa on 21st December has been confirmed as a Yossi Benayoun goal.

Manchester City's second goal against Stoke City on 21st December has been confirmed as an Adam Johnson goal.

Manchester United's third goal against Fulham on 21st December has been confirmed as a Ryan Giggs goal.

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Key Points

  • Dubious Goals Panel has ruled on 25 goals
  • Goals between 12 October and 21 December 2011
  • Panel made up of people who have participated at highest level of game
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