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Referee Sam Allison on Saturday 16:16 - Apr 11 with 873 viewsPhilTWTD

Saturday’s referee is recently-appointed Premier League official Sam Allison from Wiltshire, who has shown 111 yellow cards and one red in 31 games so far this season.

On Boxing Day, Allison became the first black referee to take control of a Premier League match in 15 years when he took charge of the Sheffield United-Luton match which ended 3-2 to the Hatters.

Allison’s last Town match was the 2-1 home victory over Sunderland at Portman Road in January in which he booked Harry Clarke, Wes Burns, George Edmundson, Jack Taylor and two Black Cats.

Before that he was in charge of the 2-2 draw at Portsmouth in December 2022 in which he yellow-carded only Cameron Burgess and Pompey’s Marlon Pack.

His only previous Town match was the 2-1 home victory over Fleetwood at Portman Road in October 2021 in which he booked Morsy, Bersant Celina and three of the visitors.
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Referee Sam Allison on Saturday on 16:29 - Apr 11 with 798 viewsTractorCam

He was terrible in that Sunderland game.

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Referee Sam Allison on Saturday on 16:36 - Apr 11 with 769 viewsEastTownBlue

Referee Sam Allison on Saturday on 16:29 - Apr 11 by TractorCam

He was terrible in that Sunderland game.


He was terrible at Pompey last year too.
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Referee Sam Allison on Saturday on 16:40 - Apr 11 with 747 viewsiamipswich

He's garbagio

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Referee Sam Allison on Saturday on 16:54 - Apr 11 with 697 viewspointofblue

Referee Sam Allison on Saturday on 16:40 - Apr 11 by iamipswich

He's garbagio


Feels like most refs are nowadays. In fairness, Barrott was ok yesterday.

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Referee Sam Allison on Saturday on 17:11 - Apr 11 with 630 viewsMillsTash

Awful referee.
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