REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

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REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by parky » 03 Mar 2015 09:07


Referee Lee Mason
Assistant Referees Michael Mullarkey & Marc Perry
Fourth Official Mike Jones


Since joining the Select Group in 2006
MATCHES 174 RED CARDS 29 YELLOW CARDS 556

Last time out
04 Mar 15 > Liverpool Vs Burnley

Previously with Reading
16 Mar 13 >Man Utd 1-0 Reading
02 Feb 13 > Reading 2-1 Sunderland
22 Aug 12 > Chelsea 4-2 Reading
24 Feb 10 > West Bromwich Albion 2-3 Reading (FA Cup)
23 Aug 08 > Charlton Athletic 4-2 Reading
07 Oct 07 > Reading 1-0 Derby County
14 Apr 07 > Reading 1-0 Fulham
01 Jan 07 > Reading 6-0 West Ham United
23 Aug 06 > Aston Villa 2-1 Reading
22 Apr 06 > Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Reading
31 Jan 06 > Reading 4-0 Norwich City
29 Nov 05 > Arsenal 3-0 Reading (League Cup)
09 Apr 05 > Sunderland 1-2 Reading

Mason is an outside shout to referee this years FA Cup final. World Cup final assistant on one line and an up and coming assistant on the other. Decent trio to be honest, however interesting that they have appointed a trio that haven't worked at all together in this years Premier League.

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by Nameless » 03 Mar 2015 09:19

Interesting to see how Premiership officials handle a big game between Football League teams....
Would have been nice to have had a decent Championship ref given this game, but there is an obvious issue with that.

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by Royals and Racers » 03 Mar 2015 09:46

Nameless Interesting to see how Premiership officials handle a big game between Football League teams....
Would have been nice to have had a decent Championship ref given this game, but there is an obvious issue with that.

Is the issue you were thinking of - that there aren`t any ?

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by leww_rfc » 03 Mar 2015 10:31

parky Last time out
04 Mar 15 > Liverpool Vs Burnley



Back to the future stuff happening there.

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by parky » 03 Mar 2015 10:44

leww_rfc
parky Last time out
04 Mar 15 > Liverpool Vs Burnley



Back to the future stuff happening there.


That'll be the game he does before ours, so worth watching out for.


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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by me » 03 Mar 2015 22:05

Don't like the bloke. Never forgiven him for the relish he took in sending Sonks off against Villa. Couldn't wait to get the red card out.

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by RoyallyFcuked » 03 Mar 2015 22:33

me Don't like the bloke. Never forgiven him for the relish he took in sending Sonks off against Villa. Couldn't wait to get the red card out.


My thoughts EXACTLY.

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by bcubed » 03 Mar 2015 23:20

RoyallyFcuked
me Don't like the bloke. Never forgiven him for the relish he took in sending Sonks off against Villa. Couldn't wait to get the red card out.


My thoughts EXACTLY.


Me too

And well done to the OP for bringing back Refwatch - where's it been?!

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by The Real Sandhurst Royal » 04 Mar 2015 07:06

Me wrote: Don't like the bloke. Never forgiven him for the relish he took in sending Sonks off against Villa. Couldn't wait to get the red card out.


My first thought when I saw Lee Mason's name.


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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by Royals and Racers » 07 Mar 2015 11:54

Neil Swarbrick now not lee Mason

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by Bob1871 » 07 Mar 2015 15:25

Royals and Racers Neil Swarbrick now not lee Mason


Ref had a pretty decent game, let the game flow as much as possible. Lino in front of us, on the other hand had no idea what he was doing!

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by PieEater » 07 Mar 2015 15:28

Seemed to be quite a homer for me.

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by Royal Rother » 07 Mar 2015 17:19

I thought so too although he bought a few Pog pratfalls as well.

What WAS refreshing was the yellow card count.

Also, I know the point was in commentary on BTS but the game was played in superb spirit - although I don't like the pratfalls there seemed to be mutual respect and no faking which is also massively refreshing after the irritating histrionic shite I endure whenever I tune into a game featuring a PL team.

Massive challenges went in on both sides and nobody stayed down "hurt".


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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by 3points » 07 Mar 2015 18:00

Hopefully Swarbrick gets allocated for the replay as well.

It really was like watching a game from 20 years ago today. Crap pitch, good honest challenges, no rolling around on the floor, decent spirit and respect shown from both sides. How refreshing, especially given the size of the prize at stake

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by AthleticoSpizz » 07 Mar 2015 18:25

Yep, good to see both sides going into the s/f draw.

Thought Parky has been a class act throughout the day.

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Re: REFWATCH :- Bradford (A) FA CUP

by bcubed » 07 Mar 2015 23:19

PieEater Seemed to be quite a homer for me.


I thought he let things go and it wasn't to our advantage
That's ok if you are consistent but as the game went on he seemed to blow up for Reading fouls more and more which didn't look any different to things he had previously let go. Maybe the crowd got to him - second half bradford made a lot of noise

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