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RUFC - Ref Watch V Lincoln City
GRAHAM SALISBURY....LANCASHIRE

Forty four years of age, Graham is married with two children and is an engineer by trade. He started refereeing in 1985 and progressed through the West Lancashire and Northern Premier Leagues to reach National List status in 1998, being promoted to the referees` list in 2001. Officiated on the FA Vase Final in 2001 and enjoys reading, running and keeping fit.

Graham's most recent Rotherham games have been, this seasons game with Barnet at Don Valley.

During our 4-3 defeat, he showed yellow 4 times, including Millers full-back Andy Nicholas, plus 1 red for Bees player Max Porter, who was shown a straight red following a professional foul on Alex Rhodes.

Prior to this was the 1-1 draw with Chester at Millmoor last season, no cards were shown on that occasion.

So far this season, Graham has taken charge of 25 games, handing out 60 yellows and 4 reds.

His most recent game was the goalless draw between Chester and Exeter at the Deva Stadium.

Just one player received a yellow, this being Vaughan for the home side.

Graham will be assisted at Sincil Bank by...

WAYNE PORTER....LINCOLNSHIRE

GARY WALLACE....TYNE + WEAR

4th official will be....

MIKE BLACKLEDGE....CAMBRIDGESHIRE



Many thanks to zipadeedoodah for the article

Writer:sy2006
Date:Thursday February 26 2009
Time: 9:44AM

Comments

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Missed everything including the linesman's flag yesterday. Broughton's elbows were everywhere and Green should have seen a straight red. Did the same thing to get his ban.
codbater
01/03/2009 13:08:00
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Sour grapes pal or what......you forgot to mention your man almost slicing Mark Hudson in 2 with one of the worst tackles ive ever seen and getting away with a yellow....excuse my ignorance, ive forgot his name
zipadeedoodah
01/03/2009 14:40:00
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Paul Green was the culprit horrendous tackle
zipadeedoodah
01/03/2009 16:13:00
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agree about gree should get 5 match ban for that tackle
bluemooner_mcfc
03/03/2009 14:28:00
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