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The appropriately names referee, A Penn takes charge of the promotion clash between Oldham and Blackpool tomorrow night.

In his 19 games this season, Penn has produced 50 yellows and three reds.

Last season, Penn officiated Blackpool`s 3-1 defeat at home to Bournemouth when the away side gave 'Pool a lesson in Football and won through a James Hayter hatrick.

The West Midlands based ref hasn`t held a game since New Years Day when Luton drew 0-0 with Cardiff.

With no Wellens in the Oldham team for the game, we may see a calm game at Boundary Parků just be sure to vote in our sticky thread after the game!

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Date:Monday February 5 2007

Time: 9:15PM

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A Penn for Blackpool - yes please! A man can dream!
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05/02/2007 22:35:00

Why so long without a game? Was he out injured with wrist strain from all those cards???
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06/02/2007 16:26:00

Haha! Or just not good enough....
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06/02/2007 17:48:00

Ding, dulum or alty? Onwards + Upwards
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10/02/2007 07:47:00


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