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Lee Probert In Charge v Wigan

Lee Probert In Charge v Wigan

For the third time this season, Lee Probert takes charge of a Birmingham City game in the Premier League.

Probert is the man in the middle in Blues next game against Wigan, previously we last saw him when he took charge of the away defeat to Arsenal in October. That game ended 3-1.

Probert has 11 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 M Matadar and G Scott.



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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Wednesday December 2 2009
Time: 10:59AM

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Lets pray he doesn't send Martinez off.
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03/12/2009 05:23:00
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