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RUFC - Ref Watch v Bradford City



Robert Madley from West Yorkshire

Robert began refereeing in 2002 having progressed through the West Yorkshire League and Contributory League System. He was promoted to Panel Referee in 2008 and spent a season in the Premier League as as Assistant Referee before being promoted to the Football League Referee's List in 2010.

This season Robert has been in the middle for eighteen games and given out thirty-five yellow cards and one red card.

Running the line will be

Christopher Akers from South Yorkshire
and
Adrian Holmes from West Yorkshire

The Fourth Official will be

Ryan Newman from Yorkshire
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Date:Sunday January 1 2012

Time: 4:05PM

 

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