Date: 12th March 2017 at 8:28am
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What did you think to Brett Huxtable`s refereeing performance in the Sky Bet EFL League One match between Peterborough United and Oxford United?





Posh received yet another red card as teenager Leo Da Silva Lopes was sent off for the first time in his professional career. Lopes picked up a second yellow card for a pathetic challenge late in the game; it was as if he wanted to get sent off with the tackle he made!!

Apart from those two yellow cards and subsequent red card, referee Mark Heywood booked three other players, two of which were Oxford players.

What did you think to the referees performance?

To rate the referee, there are four categories to score the official on:

A. Decision Making (including use of advantage)
B. Consistency
C. Fitness and Positioning
D. Control and Authority

Each category is out of 25 (25 is the top mark).

Rate the referee below. The results will be processed and a League table will be produced showing the results.




If you`re unable to see the rating options above, CLICK HERE.


The poll is open until noon on Saturday [18th March].


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