What did you think to referee Antony Coggins`s performance in the Sky Bet League One match between Peterborough United and Rochdale?
It was a second rookie referee in a row for Posh and the second woeful performance by the man in the middle.
Having said that, at least the performance of Antony Coggins didn`t affect the result unlike last week!
Coggins was oblivious to so many pushes, pulls, trips although one of the first correct decisions he made came early in the second half when he showed a straight red card to Rochdale goalscorer Ian Henderson.
Henderson had already tried to push Posh midfielder Gwion Edwards off the ball but after Edwards got away from him and was running down the wing, all Henderson could do was launch himself at Edwards from behind hacking the midfielder down with a very reckless challenge!
Three yellow cards were also shown during the match with all of them being picked up by Dale players.
What did you think to the referees performance?
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The poll is open until 5pm on Wednesday [18th April].
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