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Andrew Madley to ref Millwall game

last updated Tuesday 11th February 2020, 10:54 PM

Match Referee News

Millwall vs Fulham

Championship Match Day 32 19/20 at The Den

Wednesday 12th February 2020    KO: 19:45

Referee: Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire)

Referee: Andrew Madley (West Yorkshire)

Referee Andrew Madley
Andrew Madley
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Referee Andrew Madley, 36, took up the whistle in 2002 at the age of 18 after an injury playing at Huddersfield Town academy. He started out in his local divisions and began to progress through the supply lines from 2004 before becoming a Premier League linesman in 2009.

He has been a referee, on the Football League National Referee List, since the opening day of the 2011-12 season. In summer 2016 Ref Madley became part of the Select Group 2 for full time Football League referees.

The last time Mr Madley refed Fulham was in April 2017 when we won 3-1 away at Norwich. He booked four Norwich players, three Fulham players and in addition sent off Chris Martin in the 45th minute.

Earlier in the season, 4th February 2017, Mr Madley also refed us in in our 1-0 away defeat at Birmingham. He yellow carded five players, including Kevin McDonald and Sone Aluko both for fouls, and sent off Ryan Fredericks in the 68th minute for a bad foul.

Prior to the Birmingham game Mr Madley refed Fulham in October 2016 in another trip to the Midlands this time it was to Aston Villa and we also lost 1-0. He booked four Fulham players Piazon(45,f), McDonald (72,f), Martin (83,f), Madl (90,f) and no Aston Villa players.

Millwall were last reffed by Mr Madley in April 2019 when they lost 2-1 at home to Bristol City, three players were booked, all from Bristol City.

Last season he refed 40 games and dished out 115 yellows and 4 reds, an under average rate of just 2.9 yellows per game so not too bad. In 18 games this season, so far, he has waved his yellow card on average 3.4 times per game with 6 reds.

His busiest game in recent times was Leeds' 2-0 away win at Wigan in August 2019 when he booked six players and sent off another player for a second yellow.

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