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RUFC - Ref Watch v Macclesfield



Keith Stroud from Hampshire

Keith was appointed to the FIFA International Assistant Referee list in 2004 and three years later he joined the Select Group Referees list.

Keith says one of his special memories is running the line in his first Internationl game which was Greece v Bulgaria in Athens in 2004. He says that he had a few tight calls for offsides which were all proved correct on television. Another special moment was when he made his Premier League debut in a Blackburn v Sunderland game which was, he says, a fantastic experience.

This season Keith has been in charge of twenty-one games and has produced seventy-seven yellow and five red cards

Keith will be helped on Saturday by

N Bannister from East Yorkshire
and
D Coote from Nottinghamshire

The Fourth Official will be

C Boyeson from East Yorkshire
The Journalist

Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 29 2009

Time: 9:53AM

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Let's hope he's a bit better than the recent one's we've had to endure
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