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Referee Watch – Andy Woolmer

Barring any late changes, Andy Woolmer will be in the middle for Blues’ FA Cup Third Round replay against Leeds United at St Andrews on Tuesday. Here is a look at his stats.

Season Performance

Mr Woolmer has taken charge of twenty games this season, showing forty-nine yellow cards and three reds. Of those games only four have been at Championship level, and in those Mr Woolmer has handed out seven cautions.

Last Blues Game Refereed

It’s been nearly six years since Mr Woolmer last took charge of a Blues game. In February 2007, Mr Woolmer was in the middle for a 1-1 draw between Blues and Colchester United at Layer Road. On that day Mr Woolmer showed two yellow cards, to Matt Mills and Hogan Ephraim of the home side.

Last Championship Game Refereed

Mr Woolmer was last in charge of a game in the second tier in November, officiating in the 1-0 win by Nottingham Forest over Sheffield Wednesday at the City Ground on November 17. On that day Mr Woolmer only handed out one yellow card, to Miguel Llera of the Owls.

All stats from Soccerbase

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2 Responses to “Referee Watch – Andy Woolmer”

  • Paul Carter - The Voice Of Reason he says:

    Was at that Colchester game, cmon lads the time for talking is over.

    Lets fill the ground Tuesday night.

    30,000 sell out.

    Do it for the club.


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