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Referee for Port Vale game.

Referee for Port Vale game.

Darren Drysdale from Lincolnshire has been on the Football League Referees list since 2004-05 season.

He has only been in charge of one other Rotherham United game.
That was the First round FA Cup tie against Mansfield Town at Millmoor last season.

In that game Mr Drysdale sent off Rotherham's Michael Keane and Gus Uhlenbeek from the visitors in the 90th Minute.
5 players were also shown the yellow card.
Butler, Gilchrist and Mullen from The Millers, plus Hjelde and Brown from the Stags.

This season he has took charge at 7 games, showing 18 yellows and 3 reds.
This is the list of games he's had so far.

Sat 05 Aug Stockport 0-2 Hereford 0 y 0 r
Tue 08 Aug Macclesfield 0-0 Hartlepool 5 0
Tue 12 Sep Nottm Forest 0-2 Oldham 3 0
Sat 16 Sep Brighton 4-1 Leyton Orient 3 1
Tue 19 Sep Leeds 3-1 Barnet 2 0
Sat 23 Sep Burnley 2-3 Southampton 2 1
Tue 26 Sep M K Dons 3-2 Torquay 3 1

His total refereeing record is,

66 Games 189 Yellows 15 Reds.





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Writer:
Date:Monday October 2 2006
Time: 10:18PM

Comments

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hope he keeps his cards in his pocket on sunday especially where mills is concerned
Mexbro miller
02/10/2006 22:32:00
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bit card happy
afcbmarcus
02/10/2006 23:20:00
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Bookings are average less than 3 a game, but 3 reds in last 4 games....gulp. watch him Keano !!!!
zipadeedoodah
03/10/2006 00:19:00
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we've had 2 red cards in the past 5 games as it is! Does not bode well for sunday, hopefully he's a 'homer' and he'll be dishing them out to your lot...
DMG
04/10/2006 10:33:00
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and i hope he's a homer also and dishes 'em out to your lot heres to 3 points heading back to yorkshire on sunday
miller4life
04/10/2006 17:29:00
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