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Referee Davies returns for Huddersfield game

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Huddersfield Town vrs Fulham

Championship Match Day 44 1617 at John Smith's Stadium

Saturday 22nd April 2016    KO: 15:00

Referee: Andy Davies (Hampshire)

Referee: Andy Davies (Hampshire)

Referee Andy Davies
Andy Davies

Referee Andy Davies, former player with Portsmouth, Gillingham and Yeovil had to stop playing through injury at the age of twenty-eight so turned to refereeing in 2003. He has made rapid progress and reached the National List in August 2012 and since then has refereed over 100 EFL matches.

In 2016 he became part of the Select Group 2 Referees and will now be employed on a full time basis

Ref Davis has reffed four Fulham games, so far this season, the most recent of which was the 2-2 home draw with Blackburn Rovers,in March, in in which he booked Fredericks and McDonald for Fulham, both for fouls, and also four Blackburn players.

Prior to that game, back in January, he refed our2-0 home win over Barnsley in which he booked two players both from Barnsley.

And before that, back in September, he refed our 2-1 defeat by Bristol City at The Cottage in the third round of the EFL Cup when he booked Joronen for a foul, and then in August in the 3-2 away win at Leyton Orient in the First round of the League Cup when he booked teenager Dennis Adeniran for excessive celebration after scoring the opening goal.

The last time Ref Davis refed Huddersfield was in their 2-0 home win over Ipswich in January. He booked five players, all from Ipswich.

Last season he officiated at 36 matches issuing 127 yellow cards and 5 reds, some 3.5 yellows per game, just about the average. His busiest game was Charlton vrs Leeds when he booked three home players and five away players.

This season so far he has reffed 36 games and has issued 131 yellows, an average of 3.6 per game, and four reds. So he is waving his cards a bit more than last season.

His busiest games so far have been Ipswich v Brighton with 7 yellows and one red and Cardiff v Aston Villa when he issued 8 yellows.

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