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Match officals for Watford and gillingham

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Friday, 06 August 2010

npower Championship

Norwich City v Watford

N S MILLER

L M Collins and J P Magill

Fourth Official G J Sutton

Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Carling Cup

Norwich City v Gillingham ( 7:45 )

A P D''URSO

W G Norcott and G R Russell

Fourth Official M George

wot u all think?

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Cant recall a Mr Miller. As for Mr D''urso, football fans go completely overboard with criticising referees, at times its embarassing. In D''ursos case? Its fully justified..  Comfortably the worst referee ive seen at Norwich games.

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Nigel Miller - we had him twice last season - the FA Cup defeat at Carlisle and the 3-1 win at Huddersfield.http://birminghammail.midlandsblogs.co.uk/2007/12/time_should_be_called_on_refer.htmlMiller breeds birds, his hobby and passion for

15 years, and keeps up to 100 at any one time.Nigel retired

from the police force in 2008 after 30 years'' service. Formerly a Sergeant, Chief Firearms Instructor and

Physical Training Instructor with the Durham Constabulary.Progressing through the Vaux Wearside and UniBond leagues,

Nigel arrived on the Football League line 11 years ago. He graduated to

the middle in 2003 and, in August, one of English refereeing''s elder

statesmen will start his second "extension".

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[quote user="Sports Desk Pete"]Nigel Miller - we had him twice last season - the FA Cup defeat at Carlisle and the 3-1 win at Huddersfield.

http://birminghammail.midlandsblogs.co.uk/2007/12/time_should_be_called_on_refer.html

Miller breeds birds, his hobby and passion for 15 years, and keeps up to 100 at any one time.

Nigel retired from the police force in 2008 after 30 years'' service. Formerly a Sergeant, Chief Firearms Instructor and Physical Training Instructor with the Durham Constabulary.

Progressing through the Vaux Wearside and UniBond leagues, Nigel arrived on the Football League line 11 years ago. He graduated to the middle in 2003 and, in August, one of English refereeing''s elder statesmen will start his second "extension".
[/quote]

The article is nearly 3 years old, we can only hope he has improved since then Pete

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[quote user="Attleborough_Canary"]

[quote user="Sports Desk Pete"]Nigel Miller - we had him twice last season - the FA Cup defeat at Carlisle and the 3-1 win at Huddersfield.http://birminghammail.midlandsblogs.co.uk/2007/12/time_should_be_called_on_refer.htmlMiller breeds birds, his hobby and passion for 15 years, and keeps up to 100 at any one time.Nigel retired from the police force in 2008 after 30 years'' service. Formerly a Sergeant, Chief Firearms Instructor and Physical Training Instructor with the Durham Constabulary.Progressing through the Vaux Wearside and UniBond leagues, Nigel arrived on the Football League line 11 years ago. He graduated to the middle in 2003 and, in August, one of English refereeing''s elder statesmen will start his second "extension".[/quote]

The article is nearly 3 years old, we can only hope he has improved since then Pete

[/quote]One can only hope. Can''t remember too much controversy in either game last season...

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was miller quite helpful to us in the Hudderfeild match if i remember right?

erm it A P D''URSO i''m more worried about .. as i can still remember our last 2 visits to Britrol City!

Thanks for the information Pete.

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Does this mean if we go and lose to Gillingham we have to listen to the usual ''D''Urso is an Ipswich fan'' comments again?

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Hah, nice editing! But you made a typo in ''fully''. :-P

He''s an old colleague of a family member, from before his refereeing days. Definitely not a Binner, just an appalling referee!

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No, the 30 odd games we didn''t turn up for got us relegated.

That, and awful management.

Besides, didn''t we go down by 5 points in the end? So how does 1 game make all the diference? ;-)

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[quote user="Question mark"]No, the 30 odd games we didn''t turn up for got us relegated. That, and awful management. Besides, didn''t we go down by 5 points in the end? So how does 1 game make all the diference? ;-)[/quote]

Agreed, no excuse for the refereeing but no excuse for being in the position we were in either.

As for the typo, no chance it is all correct [;)]

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