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30 December 2017 21:35 Post ID: #763181
73 Gavin Gordon
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(Hopefully) correct up to and including the Forest Green game.

8: Sean Raggett, Michael Bostwick
5: Ollie Palmer, Matt Rhead
4: Rob Dickie
3: Neal Eardley, Luke Waterfall
2: Matt Green, Sam Habergham, Alex Woodyard
1: Nathan Arnold, Paul Farman, Sean Long
0: Harry Anderson, Josh Ginnelly, Billy Knott, Jordan Maguire-Drew, Danny Rowe, Cameron Stewart, Josh Vickers, Elliott Whitehouse.

The cut-off point for ten yellows is the 37th league match of the season, currently scheduled to be the away game at Chesterfield on 10 March. Ten yellows incurred on or before then will incur a two-match ban.

Incidentally, the fair play table on the FA website appears to include cards collected in Checkatrade matches. This is misleading, as they count only towards the Checkatrade competition.
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30 December 2017 21:41 Post ID: #763184 - in reply to #763181
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Fair to say Bostwick will miss a couple! His cards are usually 'good' cards to get, though.
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01 January 2018 17:30 Post ID: #764316 - in reply to #763181
73 Gavin Gordon
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(Hopefully) correct up to and including the Luton game.

8: Michael Bostwick
6: Matt Rhead
5: Ollie Palmer
4: Rob Dickie
3: Neal Eardley, Luke Waterfall
2: Matt Green, Sam Habergham, Alex Woodyard
1: Nathan Arnold, Paul Farman, Sean Long, Elliott Whitehouse
0: Harry Anderson, Josh Ginnelly, Billy Knott, Jordan Maguire-Drew, Danny Rowe, Cameron Stewart, Josh Vickers.

The cut-off point for ten yellows is the 37th league match of the season, currently scheduled to be the away game at Chesterfield on 10 March. Ten yellows incurred on or before then will incur a two-match ban.

We have 11 games to play before the cut-off is extended to 15 yellows for the final stages of the season (leading to a three-match ban).
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01 January 2018 20:52 Post ID: #764418 - in reply to #763181
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Didn't Bostwick get booked today? I'm sure I read it somewhere, maybe the Club's Twitter.
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02 January 2018 10:58 Post ID: #764537 - in reply to #764418
73 Gavin Gordon
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Luke Imp - 1/1/2018 20:52

Didn't Bostwick get booked today? I'm sure I read it somewhere, maybe the Club's Twitter.


No, Rhead and Whitehouse. Anderson got two yellows, which convert to a red.
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13 January 2018 12:14 Post ID: #768359 - in reply to #763181
73 Gavin Gordon
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With the Sincil Bank arrivals and departure lounges being busy this week, this is an opportune moment for an update.

Up to and including the Luton game:

8: Michael Bostwick
6: Matt Rhead
5: Ollie Palmer, James Wilson
4: Lee Frecklington
3: Neal Eardley, Luke Waterfall
2: Matt Green, Sam Habergham, Alex Woodyard
1: Nathan Arnold, Paul Farman, Sean Long, Elliott Whitehouse
0: Harry Anderson, Josh Ginnelly, Danny Rowe, Cameron Stewart, Josh Vickers, Jordan Williams.

The cut-off point for ten yellows is the 37th league match of the season, currently scheduled to be the away game at Chesterfield on 10 March. Ten yellows incurred on or before then will incur a two-match ban.

We have 11 games to play before the cut-off is extended to 15 yellows for the final stages of the season (leading to a three-match ban).
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13 January 2018 12:21 Post ID: #768363 - in reply to #763181
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I wouldn't be at all surprised, looking at that, if Bossie is brought off at some stage today if it looks like getting nasty. Missing Newport would be very bad news.....

Edited by HitherImp 13/1/2018 12:46
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13 January 2018 17:29 Post ID: #768753 - in reply to #763181
73 Gavin Gordon
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Up to and including the Notts County game:

8: Michael Bostwick
7: Matt Rhead
5: Ollie Palmer, James Wilson
4: Lee Frecklington, Luke Waterfall
3: Neal Eardley
2: Matt Green, Sam Habergham, Alex Woodyard
1: Nathan Arnold, Paul Farman, Sean Long, Elliott Whitehouse, Jordan Williams
0: Harry Anderson, Josh Ginnelly, Danny Rowe, Cameron Stewart, Josh Vickers.

The cut-off point for ten yellows is the 37th league match of the season, currently scheduled to be the away game at Chesterfield on 10 March. Ten yellows incurred on or before then will incur a two-match ban.

We have 11 games to play before the cut-off is extended to 15 yellows for the final stages of the season (leading to a three-match ban).
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22 January 2018 11:37 Post ID: #771676 - in reply to #763181
73 Gavin Gordon
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Up to and including the Barnet game.

Firstly, we need to clear up exactly who received yellow cards on Saturday. The FA website confirms that Lee Frecklington did receive a yellow, along with Matt Rhead. Radio Lincs suggested during the game that Matt Green was also booked, but apparently not.

League/League Cup/FA Cup:

8: Michael Bostwick, Matt Rhead
5: Lee Frecklington, Ollie Palmer, James Wilson
4: Luke Waterfall
3: Neal Eardley
2: Matt Green, Sam Habergham, Alex Woodyard
1: Nathan Arnold, Paul Farman, Sean Long, Elliott Whitehouse, Jordan Williams
0: Harry Anderson, Danny Rowe, Cameron Stewart, Josh Vickers.

The cut-off point for ten yellows is the 37th league match of the season, currently scheduled to be the away game at Chesterfield on 10 March. Ten yellows incurred on or before then will incur a two-match ban.

In the case of Michael Bostwick and Matt Rhead, it appears to be when, not if. Rhead has five yellows in his last seven games.

We have 9 games to play before the cut-off is extended to 15 yellows for the final stages of the season (leading to a three-match ban).

Checkatrade Trophy:

2: Alex Woodyard (suspended for the quarter-final against Peterborough)
1: Neal Eardley, Paul Farman, Matt Green, Sean Long, Luke Waterfall

Two yellows incur a one-match ban.
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22 January 2018 11:40 Post ID: #771677 - in reply to #771676
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Scotimp - 22/1/2018 11:37

Up to and including the Barnet game.

Firstly, we need to clear up exactly who received yellow cards on Saturday. The FA website confirms that Lee Frecklington did receive a yellow, along with Matt Rhead. Radio Lincs suggested during the game that Matt Green was also booked, but apparently not.

League/League Cup/FA Cup:

8: Michael Bostwick, Matt Rhead
5: Lee Frecklington, Ollie Palmer, James Wilson
4: Luke Waterfall
3: Neal Eardley
2: Matt Green, Sam Habergham, Alex Woodyard
1: Nathan Arnold, Paul Farman, Sean Long, Elliott Whitehouse, Jordan Williams
0: Harry Anderson, Danny Rowe, Cameron Stewart, Josh Vickers.

The cut-off point for ten yellows is the 37th league match of the season, currently scheduled to be the away game at Chesterfield on 10 March. Ten yellows incurred on or before then will incur a two-match ban.

In the case of Michael Bostwick and Matt Rhead, it appears to be when, not if. Rhead has five yellows in his last seven games.

We have 9 games to play before the cut-off is extended to 15 yellows for the final stages of the season (leading to a three-match ban).

Checkatrade Trophy:

2: Alex Woodyard (suspended for the quarter-final against Peterborough)
1: Neal Eardley, Paul Farman, Matt Green, Sean Long, Luke Waterfall

Two yellows incur a one-match ban.



Do we know how many of Rheads are for decent ? Too many !
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22 January 2018 12:01 Post ID: #771682 - in reply to #763181
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I have no info on that, J.

Michael Hortin & Steve Thompson suggested on Saturday that League Two referees have the measure of Rhead and are now fully familiar with his antics. They all talk amongst one another and will certainly share information on players. That means he is a yellow card waiting to happen in every game, hence his recent poor record (5 in the last 7 games). He has been booked in 7 of his 18 starts this season, which is not great - that averages out at 18 yellows a season. Perhaps he is going to have to amend his game if he has been found out.
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22 January 2018 12:04 Post ID: #771684 - in reply to #771682
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Scotimp - 22/1/2018 12:01

I have no info on that, J.

Michael Hortin & Steve Thompson suggested on Saturday that League Two referees have the measure of Rhead and are now fully familiar with his antics. They all talk amongst one another and will certainly share information on players. That means he is a yellow card waiting to happen in every game, hence his recent poor record (5 in the last 7 games). He has been booked in 7 of his 18 starts this season, which is not great - that averages out at 18 yellows a season. Perhaps he is going to have to amend his game if he has been found out.


Or perhaps refs should start with a clean slate and an open mind?
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22 January 2018 12:09 Post ID: #771687 - in reply to #771684
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NottyImp - 22/1/2018 12:04

Scotimp - 22/1/2018 12:01

I have no info on that, J.

Michael Hortin & Steve Thompson suggested on Saturday that League Two referees have the measure of Rhead and are now fully familiar with his antics. They all talk amongst one another and will certainly share information on players. That means he is a yellow card waiting to happen in every game, hence his recent poor record (5 in the last 7 games). He has been booked in 7 of his 18 starts this season, which is not great - that averages out at 18 yellows a season. Perhaps he is going to have to amend his game if he has been found out.


Or perhaps refs should start with a clean slate and an open mind?


I don't think they work like that. Even if it means keeping his mouth shut.
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22 January 2018 12:12 Post ID: #771689 - in reply to #771687
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Scotimp - 22/1/2018 12:09

NottyImp - 22/1/2018 12:04

Scotimp - 22/1/2018 12:01

I have no info on that, J.

Michael Hortin & Steve Thompson suggested on Saturday that League Two referees have the measure of Rhead and are now fully familiar with his antics. They all talk amongst one another and will certainly share information on players. That means he is a yellow card waiting to happen in every game, hence his recent poor record (5 in the last 7 games). He has been booked in 7 of his 18 starts this season, which is not great - that averages out at 18 yellows a season. Perhaps he is going to have to amend his game if he has been found out.


Or perhaps refs should start with a clean slate and an open mind?


I don't think they work like that. Even if it means keeping his mouth shut.


I get it, but refs always need to be acutely aware of bias. It worries me that they might start a game consciously - or sub-consciously - looking to book a particular player. Because then confirmation bias kicks in really easily.

Having said that, Rhead is no angel and does need to stop picking up silly yellows.
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22 January 2018 12:12 Post ID: #771690 - in reply to #771677
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impsimps - 22/1/2018 11:40

Scotimp - 22/1/2018 11:37

Up to and including the Barnet game.

Firstly, we need to clear up exactly who received yellow cards on Saturday. The FA website confirms that Lee Frecklington did receive a yellow, along with Matt Rhead. Radio Lincs suggested during the game that Matt Green was also booked, but apparently not.

League/League Cup/FA Cup:

8: Michael Bostwick, Matt Rhead
5: Lee Frecklington, Ollie Palmer, James Wilson
4: Luke Waterfall
3: Neal Eardley
2: Matt Green, Sam Habergham, Alex Woodyard
1: Nathan Arnold, Paul Farman, Sean Long, Elliott Whitehouse, Jordan Williams
0: Harry Anderson, Danny Rowe, Cameron Stewart, Josh Vickers.

The cut-off point for ten yellows is the 37th league match of the season, currently scheduled to be the away game at Chesterfield on 10 March. Ten yellows incurred on or before then will incur a two-match ban.

In the case of Michael Bostwick and Matt Rhead, it appears to be when, not if. Rhead has five yellows in his last seven games.

We have 9 games to play before the cut-off is extended to 15 yellows for the final stages of the season (leading to a three-match ban).

Checkatrade Trophy:

2: Alex Woodyard (suspended for the quarter-final against Peterborough)
1: Neal Eardley, Paul Farman, Matt Green, Sean Long, Luke Waterfall

Two yellows incur a one-match ban.



Do we know how many of Rheads are for decent ? Too many !


My records say Rhead's 8 bookings are for: Bad Foul (x5), Obstructing the 'keeper (x1), Overcelebration (x1), Dissent (x1).
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22 January 2018 19:14 Post ID: #771796 - in reply to #771690
80 Tom Maidment
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Is there an amnesty on yellows in the Checkatrade? Normally is in these sort of competitions. Otherwise the more games you play more chance of 2 yellows
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22 January 2018 19:44 Post ID: #771802 - in reply to #771796
73 Gavin Gordon
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Red Wimp - 22/1/2018 19:14

Is there an amnesty on yellows in the Checkatrade? Normally is in these sort of competitions. Otherwise the more games you play more chance of 2 yellows


I wondered about that but couldn't find anything in the rules about it.

Does anyone know the definitive answer?
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