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Lee Probert to Referee Chelsea Vs Latics


Chelsea Vs Wigan Athletic on Saturday will be refereed by Gloucestershire born 36 year old official Lee Probert

Probert began refereeing aged just 14 in 1986 in the local leagues in and around the Bristol area, he took charge of his first Football League game 17 years later in August 2003 when Northampton Town lost at home to Torquay United

Lee Proberts first Premier League game was a 1-1 draw between Sheffield United and Portsmouth at Bramall Lane in January 2007.

So far this season Probert has refereed 5 Premier League games issuing 13 yellow cards and 0 reds, Lee Probert took charge of the Latics Vs Fulham game at the JJB earlier this month booking Latics left back Maynor Figueroa

Vital Wigans latest Latics Speyk podcast, Podcast 4 the Chelsea Preview is now available for download and as the title suggests it is a preview to the Chelsea Vs Wigan Athletic game to be played Saturday 28th February 2009 at Stamford Bridge.


If you subscribe to itunes you can download the Latics Speyk podcasts to listen to whenever you want, its easy, just load up your itunes then click the itunes store button on the left side of the screen…then click on podcast, type Wigan Athletic into the search and low and behold there we are, Latics Speyk, why not subscribe, its free and you will get notified as soon as each new episode is broadcast.

You can listen to the current episode of the podcast now by clicking on the player here:




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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 26 2009

Time: 10:13PM

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