(Graham Poll documentary 35 min. part 1-5)
Graham Poll took charge of quite a few European matches, of which possibly his most important was the UEFA Cup final between CSKA Moscow and Sporting Lisbon in 2005. Poll had also taken charge of many international matches, for which he had held a FIFA badge since 1996, refereeing at top FIFA and UEFA tournaments such as Euro 2000, where Poll took charge of France vs Czech Republic, and Norway vs Slovenia in the group stages.
He refereed his last ever Premiership match on May 13, 2007, between Portsmouth and Arsenal. His last ever match, and his last in Europe, was to have been the Euro 2008 qualifying match between Finland and Belgium on June 6, 2007. However, some time prior to that match, he took part in an interview which appeared critical of the support referees receive from the FA in the face of criticism by team managers and coaches. The match was overseen on the day by fellow English referee Mike Riley instead. In August 2007, Poll released his autobiography entitled "Seeing Red".