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Man In The Middle vs Burnley

Man In The Middle vs Burnley

The man in charge of the Robins final game of the season against Burnley at Turf Moor this weekend is Mr Eddie Ilderton.

We don`t see this referee very often, the last time he took charge of a game involving City was against Barnsley one Tuesday night in October 2007. City lost 3-0 and four yellow cards were shown.

This season, the Tyne and Wear based official has taken charge of 35 matches in all competitions handing out 74 yellow and six red cards



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Writer:Andy999
Date:Thursday April 26 2012
Time: 7:28AM

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