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Friday 10 August 2012

Dubious Goals Panel rulings (Dec 2011-Apr 2012)

Forty-two goals between December 22 to April 12 are ruled on

Rafael Van Der Vaart scores for Tottenham Hotspur against Swansea City

The Premier League's Dubious Goals Panel has made a decision on 42 dubious goals that were scored in the Barclays Premier League between December 22nd 2011 to April 12th 2012.

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:

Tottenham Hotspur's first goal against Fulham on 6th November 2011 has been confirmed as an own goal (Chris Baird) after being reviewed by the Dubious Goals Panel. (NB: This goal was reviewed in this period following an appeal by Tottenham Hotspur).

Newcastle United's second goal against Bolton Wanderers on 26th December 2011 has been confirmed as a Demba Ba goal.

Sunderland's goal against Everton on 26th December 2011 has been confirmed as a Jack Colback goal.

Swansea City's goal against Queens Park Rangers on 27th December 2011 has been confirmed as a Danny Graham goal.

Newcastle United's goal against Liverpool on 30th December 2011 has been confirmed as an own goal (Daniel Agger) and has therefore not been credited to Yohan Cabaye.

Liverpool's second goal against Newcastle United on 30th December 2011 has been confirmed as a Craig Bellamy goal.

Tottenham Hotspur's goal against Swansea City on 31st December 2011 has been confirmed as a Rafael Van Der Vaart goal.

Chelsea's first goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers on 2nd January 2012 has been confirmed as a Ramires goal.

Swansea City's first goal against Aston Villa on 2nd January 2012 has been confirmed as a Nathan Dyer goal.

Manchester City's first goal against Liverpool on 3rd January 2012 has been confirmed as a Sergio Aguero goal.

Tottenham Hotspur's second goal against Everton on 11th January 2012 has been confirmed as a Benoit Assou-Ekotto goal.

Aston Villa's goal against Everton on 14th January 2012 has been confirmed as a Darren Bent goal.

Wigan Athletic's goal against Tottenham Hotspur on 31st January 2012 has been confirmed as a James McArthur goal.

Everton's goal against Manchester City on 31st January 2012 has been confirmed as a Darron Gibson goal.

Arsenal's fourth goal against Blackburn Rovers on 4th February 2012 has been confirmed as a Mikel Arteta goal.

Arsenal's seventh goal against Blackburn Rovers on 4th February 2012 was in fact an own goal (Scott Dann) and has therefore not been credited to Thierry Henry.

Chelsea's second goal against Manchester United on 5th February 2012 has been confirmed as a David Luiz goal.

Blackburn Rovers' third goal against Queens Park Rangers on 11th February 2012 was in fact an own goal (Nedum Onuoha) and has therefore not been credited to Junior Hoilett.

Bolton Wanderers' goal against Wigan Athletic on 11th February 2012 has been confirmed as a Mark Davies goal.

Norwich City's second goal against Swansea City on 11th February 2012 has been confirmed as an Anthony Pilkington goal.

West Bromwich Albion's first goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers on 12th February 2012 has been confirmed as a Peter Odemwingie goal.

West Bromwich Albion's fifth goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers on 12th February 2012 has been confirmed as a Keith Andrews goal.

West Bromwich Albion's second goal against Sunderland on 25th February 2012 has been confirmed as a James Morrison goal.

West Bromwich Albion's third goal against Sunderland on 25th February 2012 has been confirmed as a Peter Odemwingie goal.

Wolverhampton Wanderers' first goal against Newcastle United on 25th February 2012 has been confirmed as a Matt Jarvis goal.

Tottenham Hotspur's first goal against Arsenal on 26th February 2012 has been confirmed as a Louis Saha goal.

Manchester City's first goal against Bolton Wanderers on 3rd March 2012 has been confirmed as an own goal (Gretar Steinsson) and has therefore not been credited to Gael Clichy.

Queens Park Rangers' goal against Everton on 3rd March 2012 has been confirmed as a Bobby Zamora goal.

Liverpool's second goal against Everton on 13th March 2012 has been confirmed as a Steven Gerrard goal.

West Bromwich Albion's goal against Wigan Athletic on 17th March 2012 has been confirmed as a Paul Scharner goal.

Chelsea's goal against Manchester City on 21st March 2012 has been confirmed as a Gary Cahill goal.

Manchester City's goal against Stoke City on 24th March 2012 has been confirmed as a Yaya Toure goal.

Sunderland's second goal against Queens Park Rangers on 24th March 2012 has been confirmed as a James McClean goal.

Chelsea's second goal against Aston Villa on 31st March 2012 has been confirmed as a Branislav Ivanovic goal.

Norwich City's goal against Fulham on 31st March 2012 has been confirmed as an Aaron Wilbraham goal.

Everton's first goal against West Bromwich Albion on 31st March 2012 was in fact a Leon Osman goal and therefore has not been credited as an own goal.

Manchester City's third goal against Sunderland on 31st March 2012 has been confirmed as Aleksandar Kolarov goal.

West Bromwich Albion's first goal against Blackburn Rovers on 7th April 2012 has been confirmed as a Martin Olsson own goal.

Fulham's goal against Chelsea on 9th April 2012 has been confirmed as a Clint Dempsey goal.

Everton's fourth goal against Sunderland on 9th April 2012 was in fact an own goal (Jack Colback) and has therefore not been credited to Victor Anichebe.

Manchester City's third goal against West Bromwich Albion on 11th April 2012 has been confirmed as a Carlos Tevez goal.

Queens Park Rangers' second goal against Swansea City on 11th April 2012 has been confirmed as a Jamie Mackie goal.

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Key Points

  • Dubious Goals Panel has ruled on 42 goals
  • Goals between December 22nd 2011 and April 12th 2012
  • Panel made up of people who have participated at highest level of game