Sian Louise Massey-Ellis is an English football referee who directs for the most part as the colleague referee in the Premier League and the Football League. She has likewise been designated to matches in the Football League Trophy, UEFA Women's Champions League and FIFA Women's World Cup qualification rounds, having turned proficient and delegated to the FIFA rundown of woman assistant referees in 2010.
Early Life and Career of Sian Massey-Ellis
Sian Massey-Ellis was born on October 1985 in Coventry, England. In May 2009, she was appointed the fourth official for the year's FA Women's Cup final. In 2017, she was appointed as one of the Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to football.
On 22 January 2011, during the Liverpool's 3–0 away win at Wolverhampton Wanderers, where Massey-Ellis was the assistant, a sexism controversy emitted over comments made about her by the staff of the Premier League telecaster Sky Sports.
The statement prompted commentator Andy Gray and presenter Richard Keys being sacked. Reporter Andy Burton was suspended. Massey-Ellis was pulled back by the PGMOB from her next 2 appointments.
On 29 January, PGMOB likewise withdrew her for a second time from a Conference North game between Corby Town and Eastwood Town. Massey came back to the line on 5 February.
Sian Massey-Ellis' Net Worth
Sian Massey-Ellis' estimated net worth is in million dollars.
Sian Massey-Ellis' Personal Life
Sian Massey-Ellis is happily married to her longtime boyfriend, Robert Ellis, a football referee since 2018. The duo tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in the presence of their closed one and family members.