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View auk's Profile auk Flag 13 Aug 19 4.33pm Send a Private Message to auk Add auk as a friend

David Coote (37) from Notts.

He was in the middle for 10 Premier matches last season, none involving Palace.

However, he was fourth official for our 3-1 home defeat v Man City in April.

In charge of VAR will be Martin Atkinson.

 

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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 13 Aug 19 4.37pm Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Notts. Very close to Sheffield. Could be a 'homer'.

 


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So is Leeds - Martin Atkinsonís home patch.

Luckily, both individuals are men of intense integrity.

As they will demonstrate on Sunday.

 

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Originally posted by YT

Notts. Very close to Sheffield. Could be a 'homer'.

If you consider Brighton very close to Croydon then yes it is just the same distance.

 


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Originally posted by soulboy

If you consider Brighton very close to Croydon then yes it is just the same distance.

Not sure what your point is (would you be happy with a ref from Brighton reffing a Palace game, or even a Palace/Brighton game?), anyway it was only a tongue-in-cheek comment on my part. I'm sure the ref in question will be completely professional.

Actually perhaps I should refrain from mentioning 'tongue' and 'Brighton' in the same sentence.

 


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Originally posted by YT

Not sure what your point is (would you be happy with a ref from Brighton reffing a Palace game, or even a Palace/Brighton game?), anyway it was only a tongue-in-cheek comment on my part. I'm sure the ref in question will be completely professional.

Actually perhaps I should refrain from mentioning 'tongue' and 'Brighton' in the same sentence.


Merely questioning your assertion that two areas 45 miles apart are "very close".

 


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Originally posted by YT

Not sure what your point is (would you be happy with a ref from Brighton reffing a Palace game, or even a Palace/Brighton game?), anyway it was only a tongue-in-cheek comment on my part. I'm sure the ref in question will be completely professional.

Actually perhaps I should refrain from mentioning 'tongue' and 'Brighton' in the same sentence.

Not after Allan Gunn's performance in the 1990 Cup Final

 

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Originally posted by Spiderman

Not after Allan Gunn's performance in the 1990 Cup Final

Thanks for ruining my evening with that reminder, Spidey.

 


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