The 36-year-old official attended Wembley Stadium in a black t-shirt and blue jeans and made the most of being out of the spotlight after a stressful time officiating games at the tournament and in the 2020-21 Premier League campaign.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Oliver, along with Anthony Taylor - who won deserved praise for his management of the of Christian Eriksen collapse - led the English representations at the Euros this summer.
Premier League referee Michael Oliver was seen singing along to chants in England's Euro 2020 final
The 36-year-old attended the final against Italy and clapped and sang along to 'Freed from Desire'
The former even took charge of Spain's quarter-final victory over Switzerland, which Luis Enrique's side won via a penalty shootout in Saint Petersburg.
But Oliver was seen back on home soil at the weekend but was in the stands rather than on the pitch leading proceedings.
And he was recorded belting out Gala's 'Freed from Desire' as well as clapping and bouncing along to the song as it played over the tannoy system at Wembley in a video clip which has surfaced online.
Oliver was involved in the