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MR STEVE J BRATT from Walsall in the West Midlands

Steve is in only his second season on the National list after spending 7 seasons on the League list of Assistant Referees from 1999-2006.

Tuesday will be the 3rd time he has taken charge of a game involving the Millers.
The first time being on Easter Saturday last season as we beat Gillingham 3-2 at Millmoor.
He only showed the yellow card once, and that was a 77th minute booking for Millers player Ian Sharps.
The second was for our 1-0 victory at Wrexham in September 2007.
He showed 3 yellows, just one for the Millers, and that was a 90th minute caution for loan signing Marcus Bean for dissent.

His record for last season was as follows....
Games 23 Yellows 58 (2.52 per game) Reds 4

This season so far he has taken charge of 22 games, showing 75 yellows (3.40 per game) and just 1 red.
The solitary sending off was for Oldham defender Neil Trotman during their 2-1 FA Cup victory over Doncaster Rovers in November.

Steve will be assisted at Millmoor by...
DAVID H COOTE......Nottingham
MARK S HUTCHINSON..Nottingham

Fourth Official
MARK BROWN........East Yorkshire

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Writer:ZIPADEEDOODAH
Date:Sunday February 10 2008
Time: 11:38AM

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I keep saying this, but surely this lot can't be as bad as the last lot!
herringthorpe
11/02/2008 00:11:00
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