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Ref confirmed for Torquay

The referee for Wednesday night's trip to Torquay has been announced and it will be experienced Football League ref Jonathan Moss who will take charge of the fixture.


He was in charge of Southampton against Plymouth on Saturday and last took charge of the Royals in January 2009, when we drew 0-0 at QPR. He also took charge of the 4-1 win at Bristol City a few months earlier.


His last Torquay game was a 2-2 draw with Port Vale in November 2009.


His assistants will be Mr A Hendley and Mr T Robinson.




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Date:Tuesday August 10 2010

Time: 2:00PM

 

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