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RUFC - Ref Watch v Notts County

KARL G EVANS FROM GREATER MANCHESTER.

Not much to write up about Karl as this is his first season on the National list of Referees, and he only became an assistant Referee in the 2004-2005 season.
However his first ever Football League game ended up with him showing the red card.
On the opening day of the season during the game between Darlington and Wrexham, Quakers goalkeeper Andy Oakes brought down former Millers striker Michael Proctor and was shown red for a professional foul.
His record for this season is as follows...

League 2 Sat 11 Aug 2007 Darlington 2-0 Wrexham 5 yellows 1 red.
League 2 Sat 25 Aug 2007 Peterborough 2-3 Chesterfield 6 yellows.
JP Trophy Tues 4 Sept 2007 Chester 1-1 Crewe 1 yellow
League 2 Sat 08 Sep 2007 Hereford 0-1 Macclesfield 1 yellow.

Totals....4 games 13 yellows 1 red.

He will be assisted on Saturday by...
Graeme Atkins...West Yorkshire
Steve Castle ...West Midlands

4th official will be....
William Smallwood....Cheshire

Thanks to zipadeedoodah for this article



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Tuesday September 18 2007
Time: 3:14PM

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Well you will get to see first hand if he is any good or not.
Dicksy
18/09/2007 15:58:00
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Well we've had some right 'uns so far this season!
herringthorpe
18/09/2007 16:06:00
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