WEST Ham's Alvin Martin, who was controversially sent off against Sheffield Wednesday this week, has called for a second referee to adjudicate on incidents like the one that lead to his dismissal. The former England defender wants football to follow cricket's example by allowing a grandstand 'spy' the use of television re-runs. Martin, 36, gaped in disbelief as referee Paul Danson produced the red card after only 10 minutes. Replays showed Martin losing his footing and stumbling into Mark Bright's path more than 50 yards from the goal the Wednesday forward was attacking. 'The referee said it was a rugby tackle, but I simply slipped and didn't use my hands at all. I'd like to see a second official sitting in the TV control box watching instant replays like in cricket.'