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LUFC Premiership referee in charge again

Premiership referee Lee Probert will be the man in charge of Leeds United`s important trip to Charlton Athletic on Saturday.

So far this season he`s taken charge of 31 games showing 113 yellow cards and 7 reds.

The last time he took charge of Charlton was last season when they drew 0-0 at home against Birmingham City.

Probert was in charge of Leeds recent defeat at Norwich City when they lost 1-0 and he sent off Tresor Kandol within twenty seconds of entering the field of play as a substitute.

Referee: Mr L. Probert (Wiltshire)
Assistants: S. Child & D. Coote
Fourth Official: T. Kettle


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 29 2010

Time: 5:23PM

Your Comments

I dont think this ref will be like the one we had against MK dons... Refs like him dont come along everyday lol
iwa
Well he sent off Kandol after 20 seconds! I thought he was really good at Norwich for the first half hour, let the game flow and allowed tackles to go in. He then seemed to totally lose the plot once he produced the first yellow card.
dazza71
He got himself in a hole at Norwich and went rqpidly backwards. Kandol was unluckly to be sent off lik.e that
erni
Kandol shouldn't have raised his hands, lets hope we finish with 11 players on the field and 3 points
Tiny T
Hope we is similar to the ref at the last match. All we ask for is for him to be fair - In our favour.
Only-Sleggin
Why do we keep getting stuck with over egotastic premiership refs. How could they give him us again so soon after the last time.
King Billy
 

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