JOHANNESBURG - World Cup final referee
Howard Webb's wife does not know how he keeps order on the pitch
- she said he cannot even control his own children.
"I don't know how he does it. He can't take charge of his
own children. I don't know how he manages it on a football
pitch," the English referee's wife Kay told GMTV on Friday.
The couple have three children - Holly, eight, Jack, six, and
Webb, 38, will be the first Englishman to referee the World
Cup final since Jack Taylor in 1974 when he handles Sunday's
game between Netherlands and Spain at Soccer City.
FIFA also announced on Thursday that fellow Britons Darren
Cann and Michael Mullarkey will be his linesmen.
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