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Referee, Millers v Bees

Andy Hall from Birmingham will Referee the game between Rotherham United and Brentford on Saturday 14th October.

Mr Hall has been on the National list of Referees since the 1997-98 season.

In 9 games so far this season he has shown 30 yellow cards and sent off 3 players.

In the Leyton Orient v Swansea game during September, he sent off Orient defender Justin Miller for a professional foul, and then Swans striker Leon Knight for a second bookable.

Earlier in the season at Accrington Stanley's first home game back in the league, he showed red to Stanley midfielder Andy Proctor for violent conduct.

His last 3 appointments to Millers games have ended with only 7 bookings, but 4 sendings off.
Last time out was for the 3-2 defeat at Tranmere Rovers on January 2nd 2006.
Rotherham's Shaun Barker on 29 minutes, and then later Tranmeres Steve Davies were both sent off for second bookable's.

The previous game was also away, at Leicester City on Boxing day 2004, which was won by the Millers 1-0.
He booked 5 players including 4 from Rotherham. (Junior, Barker, Campbell-Ryce and Monkhouse)

Andy Hall's last Millmoor outing was on November 8th 2003 in the 3-1 victory against Wimbledon.
The Dons 19 year old keeper Lee Worgan, who had come on to replace injured Paul Heald,was sent off for handling outside the area.
He was then followed down the tunnel by Millers midfielder Stewart Talbot after he received his 2nd yellow.

Since the start of the 2003-04 season, Mr Hall has reffed 107 games, booking 342 players and sending off 27.
Just over 1 red card every 4 games.




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Date:Monday October 9 2006

Time: 3:59PM

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Likes his red cards. Last season he sent off 10 in 37 games. But 2 seasons earlier he sent off 10 in just 25 games.
zipadeedoodah
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09/10/2006 16:05:00

the sending off at tranmere was a bit harsh and it swung the game their way after a promising start by the millers lets hope hes mellowed a bit in his old age
mvmiller
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10/10/2006 06:28:00

 

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