Date:Sunday February 1 2009
Mr Trevor Kettle will be the man in charge of Tuesday`s League One clash between Leyton Orient and Leeds United at the Matchroom Stadium.
Mr Kettle so far this season has refereed 22 games; in those 22 games that he`s refereed he`s shown 56 yellow cards and 6 reds.
His last game in charge was the Championship clash between Bristol City and Barnsley on Saturday when he showed three yellow cards.
Last season he refereed 36 games showing 145 yellow cards and 6 reds.
The last time he was in charge of a Leyton Orient game was last season when they drew 1-1 with Bristol Rovers in the FA Cup.
The last time he was in charge of a Leeds United game was earlier this season when they won at home 5-2 against Crewe Alexandra, on that occasion he sent off Leeds defender Lubomir Michalik for two bookable offences.
On other occasions that he`s been in charge of a Leeds United game the Whites lost 4-0 at home against Stoke City in 2006/07.
In the 2005/06 season he was in charge of Leeds 1-0 defeat at Crewe Alexandra.
Referee: Mr T.M Kettle
Assistants: P.W Melin & G. Muge
Fourth official: I.J Crouch
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