Finding Mr. Wright Again

Kevin Wright played amateur football until he was 25 and decided to become a referee when he broke his wrist for the fifth time and felt it wouldn’t stand up to any further physical football challenges.

 

He joined the National list of Referees in 2003 and took charge of his first match on 9/8/03 when Southend beat Cheltenham 2-0.

 

His last match was a Notts County 2-1 win over  Sheffield United on 11 January. His last Coventry was the 3-0 home win over non-league Arlesey on 3 November 2012

 

Referring record:

 

Season:

Matches:

Yellow Cards:

Red Cards:

2013/14

12

35

0

2012/13

15

50

2

2011/12

13

36

2

2010/11

27

80

5

2009/10

33

99

8

2008/09

30

74

5

2007/08

9

16

2

2006/07

25

85

2

2005/06

26

110

9

2004/05

34

87

4

2003/04

27

83

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Kevin Wright & PNE:

 

Date:

Opposition:

PNE Goalscorers

Cards:

PNE Bookings:

01/01/14

PNE 3 Port Vale 2

Garner 2; Gallagher

4 Y

Welsh; Gallagher

30/04/11

Ipswich 2 PNE 1

Coutts

2 Y

Mayor

07/11/09

Watford 2 PNE 0

None

4 Y

Hart; Parkin

04/10/08

Watford 2 PNE 1

St. Ledger

2 Y

Brown; St.Ledger

03/11/04

Coventry 1 PNE 1

Lewis

4 Y

McKenna; O’Neil

21/02/04

PNE 1 Millwall 2

Davis

4 Y

None

                       

His assistants are Ken Haycock and David Richardson, both from West Yorkshire. The fourth official is Steven Copeland from Merseyside