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Man in the middle

Man in the middle

The match officials for Saturday's opening League One fixture against Brighton have been annouced by the Football League.

The man in the middle will be S.J.Bratt from the West Midlands. He will be assisted by I Siddall and J.R Tyas. The fourth official will be S.P Cummins.

Mr Bratt officiated in 25 games last season and issued 68 yellow cards and 5 red cards. He was in charge of Crewe's dramatic penalty shoot out victory against Rochdale in the JPT and also the League One encounter between Crewe and Brentford which we won 3-1.



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Writer:Matt Owen
Date:Tuesday August 7 2007
Time: 7:58AM

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