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RUFC - Ref Watch v Darlington

MR JONATHAN MOSS from West Yorkshire

Mr Moss joined the list of Football League Assistant Referees at the start of season 2003-2004. After 2 seasons he was promoted to the National list of Referees in 2005-6.

Mr Moss has already been to Millmoor once this season, in our League Cup defeat against the Owls when he booked Dale Tonge for the Millers and Steve Watson and Glenn Whelan for the Owls.

Before this, Mr Moss had officiated at two previous Millers games.

First in our 2-1 defeat at Oldham on September 26th 2006.
He booked 5 players including Millers players, Pablo Mills, Ian Sharps and Michael Keane.
This was followed by the 2-1 defeat at Tranmere on New Years Day 2007.
He booked 2 players at Prenton Park, both former Millers, John Mullin and Robbie Stockdale.

So far this season Mr Moss had handed out fifty-four yellow cards (including four on Saturday) and two red cards in nineteen games

He will be assisted by -

T HARRINGTON of Cleveland and
G WATSON of Tyne and Wear

The Fourth Official will be -

CA BRUMWELL of Cumbria

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Not a lucky ref for us then!!!
TheVillager
23/12/2007 19:40:00
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if i remember right he is a tw*t
Mexbro miller
24/12/2007 22:09:00
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