Date: 2nd January 2015 at 11:48am
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Experienced Premier League ref Neil Swarbrick, from Lancashire is the man in charge of Saturday’s FA Cup match away at Rotherham.

The last time we came across Swarbrick was in the 2011 play-off match at Huddersfield, when he didn’t show either a direct red or a second yellow to Kevin Kilbane, after the Huddersfield player physically pushed Swarbrick when disputing a decision.

Since then, Swarbrick has been a regular Premier ref and so far this season he has controlled 11 top flight games, the last being the West Ham v Arsenal game. Altogether he has reffed 16 matches this season and has shown 6 or more yellows in 6 of those games and altogether totalled 70 yellows and 2 reds.

So it’s ‘best behaviours’ message to our lads on Saturday.

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