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Millers disciplinary record 2006-7

Millers disciplinary record 2006-7

During Saturday's game against Bradford City, Millers striker Delroy Facey recieved his first yellow card of the league season.
This was after 29 games played, or more than 2,400 minutes on the pitch.

Here is a list of fouls commited by Rotherham players in league games this season, along with cards collected.

(5 fouls or more)
Martin Woods 47 fouls, 2 yellows
Jutin Cochrane 38 fouls, 4 yellows, 1 red
Lee Williamson 36 fouls, 3 yellows
Will Hoskins 32 fouls, 2 yellows, 1 red
Eugen Bopp 31 fouls, 2 yellows, 1 red
Ian Sharps 29 fouls, 5 yellows
David Worrell 26 fouls, 2 yellows
Michael Keane 25 fouls, 2 yellows
Delroy Facey 23 fouls, 1 yellow
Pablo Mills 21 fouls, 3 yellows
Richie Partridge 23 fouls, 1 Yellow
Craig Fleming 13 fouls, 1 yellow
Dave Hibbert 12 fouls, 0 cards
Paul Hurst 11 fouls, 2 yellows
Ian Henderson 12 fouls, 1 yellow, 1 red
Scott Wiseman 11 fouls, 1 yellow
Gregor Robertson 11 fouls, 2 yellows
Stephen Brogan 10 fouls, 3 yelows
Marc Newsham 5 fouls, 1 yellow
Toumani Diagouragi 6 fouls, 1 yellow


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Date:Wednesday March 7 2007
Time: 2:57PM

Comments

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Can't believe a centre forward went so long without getting booked. Facey is the Gary Lineker of Millmoor...lol
zipadeedoodah
07/03/2007 15:46:00
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There is some who would say that - yes!
herringthorpe
07/03/2007 16:53:00
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