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om Henning Ovrebo, the Norwegian ­referee who was at the centre of Chelsea's controversial Champions League exit last week, has broken his silence by saying he is "still highly motivated" to officiate at the highest level and will not let "one incident" spoil his affection for football."I won't comment on what has happened since Wednesday," he told the Guardian in reference to the incident-packed match at Stamford Bridge last week. Pressed if he was happy at the ­support shown to him by Uefa, he said: "I can't give you any comments on that. My focus is now on my coming matches in Norway and the future. But since this happened I have been noticed more in the street and people are pointing."

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