By Mike Keegan For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:30 BST, 25 August 2019 | Updated: 23:17 BST, 25 August 2019
Howard Webb is used to enforcing the law but even the former referee appeared to be caught out when confronted with the rules on gaining access to a bar without ID in the US.
America has a policy under which even a bald 48-year-old can be denied entry if he can't prove he's over 21.
Webb, who is heading up the MLS refereeing operation, was out with a group of journalists and was all set to call it a night.
Former referee Howard Webb was almost denied entry to a US bar as he didn't have any ID
Then one of the group had the bright idea of bringing up his Wikipedia page, showing the doorman his picture and informing him that Webb had refereed the 2010 World Cup final.
It worked, with the slightly embarrassed bouncer at least able to see the funny side.Shirt hurt for City's Carson
It would appear that new kit manufacturers Puma have not yet got the message that Manchester City have signed goalkeeper Scott Carson, 33.
Carson, who has four England caps, joined earlier this month but fans do not have the option to add his name to the back of shirts on the club website.
Some might even have the temerity to suggest that Carson is there mainly for the homegrown quota.
City say the website's goalkeeper printing section is being updated and that his name will soon be added.
Man City's kit manufacturers still haven't added the option to have Scott Carson's name on it
No-nonsense Football Association of Wales bosses cracked down on Sky Sports after they breached the embargo on Ryan Giggs's latest squad.
A list of the 26 players to face Azerbaijan and Belarus next month was given out last Tuesday with instructions that it