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Mark Clattenburg In Charge v Wolves

For the first time this season, Mark Clattenburg takes charge of a Birmingham City game in the Premier League.

Clattenburg is the man in the middle in Blues next game against Wolves, previously we last saw him when he took charge of the away defeat to neighbours Aston Villa in 2008. That game ended 5-1.

Foy has 13 games under his belt so far this season, in that time he has shown 40 yellow cards and sent two players off.

Running the flags this weekend will be A Halliday and D Cann.

CLATTENBURG'S RECORD




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Date:Tuesday November 24 2009

Time: 2:19PM

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a quiet name is back lets hope he does some good offiaclating
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