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League 1 disciplinary table

League 1 disciplinary table

Perrenial Fair-Play winners Crewe Alexandra are once again the 'cleanest' team in the Division, with only 31 bookings and 1 red card been shown to the players from Gresty Road.
Despite having 4 players red-carded, Rotherham United are 6th fairest in the league with only 49 players having been booked-The 3rd lowest in the division.
Swansea and Millwall are the recipients of most cards and stand jointly on 102 points.


All League and Cup games counted.
3 points for a red, and 1 for a yellow.

Pos..Team..Yellows..Reds..Points
1 Swansea 81 7 102
2 Millwall 93 3 102
3 Huddersfield 76 7 97
4 Brentford 73 6 91
5 Leyton Orient 63 7 84
6 Brighton 61 7 82
7 Scunthorpe 66 5 81
8 Bristol City 72 3 81
9 Bradford 62 6 80
10 Nottm Forest 69 3 78
11 Oldham 64 3 73
12 Tranmere 66 2 72
13 Cheltenham 58 4 70
14 Blackpool 57 3 66
15 Carlisle 63 1 66
16 Port Vale 51 4 63
17 Gillingham 47 5 62
18 Chesterfield 56 2 62
19 Rotherham 49 4 61
20 Bournemouth 54 2 60
21 Yeovil 54 1 57
22 Northampton 54 1 57
23 Doncaster 49 2 55
24 Crewe 28 1 31


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Date:Wednesday March 28 2007
Time: 6:28PM

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Keep our noses clean on Saturday and Bournemouth will overtake us......plus a win of course.
zipadeedoodah
28/03/2007 18:34:00
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