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Officials For The Forest Game.

Unless there is a late change, the referee for Saturday's game at the City Ground against Nottingham Forest will be Mike Jones of Chester.

The last time we met up with Jones was in September when he was the man in the middle for the game against QPR at Loftus Road. Blues lost the game 1-0 thanks to a strike from Charlie Austin early in the second half and five players picked up yellow cards.

Paul Robinson, Dan Burn, Jonathan Spector and Andrew Shinnie were all shown yellow cards for Blues while the booking that went to QPR was unsurprisingly thrust upon Joey Barton.

So far this season Jones has taken charge of 29 games, during which he has shown 96 yellow cards and three reds.

Jones' assistants on Saturday will be Andrew Halliday and Derek Eaton
while the fourth official will be Stephen Bratt.




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Date:Thursday April 17 2014

Time: 12:54PM

Your Comments

Cant say that I have ever noticed this bugger before, except for the beach ball incident
Monk St Blue
Bit controversial at the time but wasn't he proved right to let the goal stand?
weapon
Lets all take a beach ball, lets all take a beach ball, na na na na.....
air biscuit
Was he proved right? I thought no team are allowed an unfair advantage ? and its a drop ball!
HappyBlueHarry
Proved right? what kind of game would that be! its not a drop ball in the box either harry its an indirect freekick, such as the 'second keeper' incident that happened this week where a sub blocked a goal after they rounded the keeper. he was sent off (which had no bearing on the playing team anyway) and nothing came of the indirect from the 6 yard line.
Chrisblues
weapon by name, weapon by nature.....
Monk St Blue
 

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