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Life President
Oct 28, 2003
Interesting (well, slightly) referee appointment for our visit to the Paolo di Canio circus on Saturday. Man in charge, Dean Mohareb from Stockport, is in his first season as a League referee. The former primary schoolteacher has moved swiftly through the refereeing ranks and he won't have been held back by the fact that he works for the FA as a National Referees Manager. He has travelled the world with the FA, giving workshops to Columbian referees on the subject of "delivering excellence"; I can think of some nearer to home who might benefit.

Anyway back to his refereeing. He has refereed 4 League matches, all in League Two and shown 10 yellow cards (no worse than average). There have been just the 4 goals in his matches and he has yet to preside over an away win. He also still awaits his debut red card although the way Swindon have been carrying on this season, it may not be too far away.

His assistants for this over-priced match are William Bull from Winchester and Adrian Tranter from Poole with Kevin Johnson from Weston-super-Mare carrying out 4th official duties.