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Referee Robert Madley to boss Brentford game

last updated Friday 01st December 2017, 11:56 AM

Fulham Football Club

Match Referee News

Brentford v Fulham

Championship Match Day 20 1718 at Griffin Park

Saturday 2nd December 2017 KO: 15:00

Referee: Robert Madley (West Yorkshire)

Referee: Robert Madley (West Yorkshire)

Referee Robert Madley (West Yorkshire)
Robert Madley
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Referee Robert Madley, 31 years old, refereed in the Wakefield and District League from 2001 and then the West Yorkshire Association Football League. In 2010 he joined the National List of referees in the Football League. Madley is one of the youngest officials to progress to the top-flight of English football when taking up a full-time PGMOL role in the 2013/2014 season. His older brother, Andrew Madley, is a Football League referee.

The last time Referee Robert Madley bossed a Fulham game was on the 19th February 2017 in the FA Cup 3-0 home defeat against Tottenham. Madley kept his cards in his pocket.

Prior to the Tottenham game referee Robert Madley last bossed a Fulham game on the 5th November 2014 in the 2-2 home draw with Blackpool. He booked two Fulham players, Christensen and Parker for fouls, he also booked three Blackpool players with another one being sent off in the 41st minute.

Brentford last had the pleasure of being bossed by Ref Madley in August 2014 when they drew 1-1 at home to Birmingham after Madley sent off Tony Craig in the 15th minute for a foul in the penalty area. Madley also issued one other card, a yellow, to a Brentford player.

Last season he refed 35 games and dished out 146 yellows and 4 reds, an above average rate of just about 4.2 yellows per game

This season so far he has reffed 11 games, dished out 42 yellows, an above average rate of just about 3.8 yellows per game, and an above average 4 reds.

His busiest game this season so far was the Man City 1-1 home draw with Everton in August of this year when he yellow carded two City players and three Everton players and then up graded two yellows to a red for a player from each side.

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