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Referee Watch – Tim Robinson

Barring any late changes, Tim Robinson of West Sussex will be in the middle for Blues’ Championship game against Yeovil Town at Huish Park this afternoon. Here is a look at his stats.

Season Performance

Last season was Mr Robinson’s first season of refereeing at Football League level. He showed sixty-three yellow cards and three red cards in twenty-seven games last season, with just one game being in the Championship in which he showed five yellow cards. Mr Robinson has shown three yellow cards in the two games he has officiated in this year.

Last Blues Game Refereed

Mr Robinson has never taken charge of a Birmingham City game before.

Last Championship Game Refereed

Mr Robinson has only ever officiated in one championship game – the match between Hull City and Blackburn Rovers on Tuesday February 19 2013, which finished 2-0 to the home side. In that game Mr Robinson handed out five yellow cards, to Corry Evans of Hull City and to Bradley Orr, Martin Olsson, Karim Rekik and Colin Kazim-Richards of Blackburn Rovers.

All stats via Soccerbase

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3 Responses to “Referee Watch – Tim Robinson”

  • mark says:

    Dan lets hope he not too card happy tomorrow, and he lets the game flow. nothing worse than a stop start ref……

  • StaffsBlue says:

    To be honest, if you look at most ref’s stats, on average, they dish out about 2 to 3 bookings per game. So this guy isn’t much different.

  • chas says:

    WE re going to be in doggie do’s if we keep getting the amount of bookings. We cant afford too many suspensions.


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