take charge


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Synonyms for take charge

assume control

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He will become the 55th referee from Wales to be awarded his full cap and he will also take charge of the England v Barbarians fixture at Twickenham before the star-studded Barbarians side travel to Hong Kong to face the British and Irish Lions in a one off Test match.
MARK CLATTENBURG will take charge of an Everton match for the first time in more than four years at Aston Villa on Saturday.
In a statement, Birmingham said: "Following productive talks with Chris Hughton, acting chairman Peter Pannu felt he was the perfect candidate to take charge at St Andrew's.
No matches are planned, and you have no managerial team to take charge.
When asked about his heroic deed, Jack told the Record reporter: "In situations like this, I just take charge.