|Rochdale 1 v 2 Plymouth Argyle|
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Saturday, 15th December 2018 Kick-off 15:00
Refwatch: Dale v Plymouth
Thursday, 13th Dec 2018 21:16 by TVOS
Hull referee Carl Boyeson will be the man in the middle for Dale’s League One fixture against Plymouth on Saturday.
Having joined the league list in 2002, this will be Mr Boyeson’s 25th game involving Dale, with the most recent coming in September when he was at the Crown Oil Arena for our 2-1 win over League Two outfit bury in the Checkatrade Trophy.
His most incident-packed Dale appointment came at the home of Chalky’s mob, Notts County, in January 2005.
The match finished 0-0 and was a fairly timid affair, but Carl sent-off Dale’s Gareth Griffiths and Ernie Cooksey as we finished the afternoon with only nine men.
Cooksey’s red card was later rescinded, meaning he was free to take part in the FA Cup tie at Charlton five days later.
Back in our 2013/14 promotion season, Carl refereed two Dale games and proved a lucky charm as they produced six points.
Early in the campaign he was in charge of the 1-0 home defeat of bury (a game in which Dale had Peter Vincenti sent-off) and in late-March he was the man in the middle as we won 2-0 at Wycombe.
Carl’s full record of Dale matches is:
Aug 02 Southend (h), L 1-2
Jan 03 Lincoln (h), L 0-1
Jan 05 Notts Co (a), D 0-0
Apr 05 Leyton Orient (h), W 2-0
Aug 05 Bradford (h, CC), L 0-5
Apr 06 Barnet (h), D 1-1
Sep 06 Shrewsbury (h), D 1-1
Dec 06 Hartlepool U (a), L 0-1
Oct 07 Darlington (a), D 1-1
Feb 08 Bradford (a), W 2-1
Oct 08 Morecambe (a), D 1-1
Apr 10 Bournemouth (h), D 0-0
Jan 11 Tranmere (h), W 3-2
Feb 12 Bournemouth (h), W 1-0
Mar 13 Morecambe (a), L 0-3
Sep 13 bury (h), W 1-0
Mar 14 Wycombe (a), W 2-0
Aug 14 Chesterfield (a), L 1-2
Sep 15 Burton (a), L 0-1
Jan 16 Chesterfield (h), L 2-3
Aug 16 MK Dons (h), L 0-1
Dec 16 Chesterfield (h), W 3-0
Dec 17 Oxford (h), D 0-0
Sep 18 bury (h, CT), W 2-1
So far this season Mr Boyeson has refereed 19 games, showing 69 yellow cards and one red. His most recent appointment was Walsall v Sunderland in the second round of the FA Cup, while just over a month ago he was at Home Park for Plymouth’s League Two fixture against The Black Cats.
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