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Referee Gills v Millers

The Referee appointed to officiate at Gillingham's game at home to Rotherham United on Saturday 25th November will be Mr Jarnail Singh from Middlesex.
Mr Singh is in his 3rd season on the National Referee's list.
His first season was 2004-05 and in 28 Games he showed the Yellow card 95 times and the Red 11.
Last season he cut down on the Reds, showing just 3 in 29 games,although his ratio of Yellows was still high with 88 players being booked.
In December 2005 he booked 10 players in a game between Leyton Orient and Chester, with 9 of the bookings coming during a hectic 2nd half.
In March 2006 he took charge of his only Rotherham game to date.
He officiated in the 2-0 Millers victory over Ronnie Moore's Oldham at Millmoor, booking just 2 players.(Rotherham's Michael Keane and Oldham's Richard Butcher).
This season he had Refereed 12 games, and despite only booking 26 players he sent off 5, including 3 in a game.
The Red cards this season were as follows..
Kerry Mayo Brighton v Crewe.
Anthony Gerrard, Paul Carden and former Miller's star Guy Branston Walsall v Peterborough.
Steve Foster Luton v Burnley.

Mr Singh's complete record up to November 12th 2006 is,
69 Games
209 Yellows (3.02 per game)
19 Reds (1 red every 3.62 games)

He will be assisted on Saturday by A.A.Laver and J.Rowbury
4th Official will be S.D.Tomlinson


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Date:Tuesday November 21 2006
Time: 3:16PM

Comments

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Gulp...he likes to show his cards doesn't he.
zipadeedoodah
21/11/2006 15:33:00
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Probably a good job Keano's still not fit then
herringthorpe
21/11/2006 16:44:00
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Hope they keep thier cool cos by his record he likes to send people off
miller4life
22/11/2006 17:20:00
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i hope he`s not a homer that`s all
Mexbro miller
22/11/2006 21:02:00
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