Rate The Ref - Posh v Addicks - Brett Huxtable
What did you think to referee Brett Huxtable`s performance in the Sky Bet League One match between Peterborough United and Charlton Athletic?
What a bizarre performance by match referee Brett Huxtable. He literally turned a blind eye to many fouls, pushes and pull-backs that the players could do virtually anything without being penalised. When he did blow for a foul, you had to question why gave a foul for that and not the numerous fouls of a similar nature that he ignored!
His fitness could also be questioned as he was a rather large official and was often too far from the play which maybe why so many fouls were not penalised.
Three yellow cards were issued during the match though with just one going to Posh captain Jack Baldwin who on another day could`ve received his marching orders when in truth, he should`ve received a second yellow when tripping up an Addicks player on the edge of the penalty area!
What did you think to the referees performance though?
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A. Decision Making (including use of advantage)
C. Fitness and Positioning
D. Control and Authority
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The poll is open until 5pm on Wednesday [14th March].
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