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Robert Madley In Charge QPR v Sunderland.

Robert Madley In Charge QPR v Sunderland.

Sunderland are in London on Saturday where they will take on Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road, unless there is a late change, Robert Madley of West Yorkshire takes charge of the game.

Name: Robert Madley

From: West Yorkshire

Born: 1985

Joined Premier League List: 2013

First Premier League Match: Southampton v WBA, 27 April 2013

Last time in charge of Sunderland game: Weds 29 Jan 2014. Sunderland 1-0 Stoke

Yellow Cards in game: Phil Bardsley, Fabio Borini, Marc Wilson, Steven Nzonzi, Charlie Adam

Red cards in game: Steven Nzonzi (53 mins)

Games so far this season: 2 (2013/14 - 26)

Yellow cards so far: 1 (2013/14 - 90)

Red cards so far: 1 (2013/14 - 10)

Assistants: Steve Child (Kent) and Matthew Wilkes (West Midlands)

Fourth Official: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)

What referee site says: The West Yorkshire-based referee began officiating in 2002 and worked his way up to the Football League and professional cup competitions in the 2009/10 campaign, making his debut in the middle when Northampton Town took on Fleetwood Town in the FA Cup in November 2009.

Madley oversaw matches predominantly in League One and League Two in the following two campaigns, but his first task of refereeing a top flight team came when Everton hosted non-league Tamworth in the FA Cup.

In the 2012/13 season, Madley was regularly the man in the middle for matches in the Championship, as well as a selection of lower league, League Cup and FA Cup ties, and he made his top flight debut at St Mary`s Stadium. Subsequently, he has earned a spot in the Select Group of Premier League officials from the 2013/14 Barclays Premier League season.
(http://www.premierleague.com)



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Writer:JoJo
Date:Friday August 29 2014
Time: 12:29PM

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