2017-2018

09-12-2017 Posh 2 – 3 Blackburn Rovers – EFL L1 – 5 yellows (three Posh). 1 red (Jack Baldwin for 2 yellows)
Scorers:
Posh: Steven Taylor (11), Jack Marriott (x)
Rovers: Charlie Mulgrew, Dack (x2)

Jack Marriott shooting against Blackburn. Photo: Joe Dent

Bradley Dack scoring for Blackburn against Posh. Photo: Joe Dent

06-12-2017 Posh 2 – 0 Southend United – Checkatrade Trophy R2 – x yellows (x Posh)
Scorers:
Posh: Edwards, Marriot
Shrimpers: –

03-12-2017 Woking 1 – 1 Posh – FA Cup R2 – 2 yellows (one Posh)
Scorers:
Woking: Ward (84)
Posh: Ryan Tafazolli (24)

28-11-2017 Charlton 2-2 Posh – EFL L1 – 2 yellows (both Posh)
Scorers:
Addicks: Holmes (90+1 pen), Ahearne-Grant (90+4)
Posh: Gwion Edwards (11), Jack Marriott (58)

25-11-2017 Rochdale 2-0 Posh – EFL L1 – 3 yellows (all Dale)
Scorers:
Dale: Calvin Andrew (33), Callum Camps (36)
Posh:-

21-11-2017 Posh 2-1 Portsmouth – EFL L1 – 3 yellows (two Posh)
Scorers:
Posh: Jack Marriott (58), Clarke (70 og)
Pompey: Conor Chaplin (78)

18-11-2017 Posh 0-1 Blackpool – EFL L1 – x yellows (x Posh)
Scorers:
Posh: –
Tangerines: Kyle Vassell (21)

Jack Marriott on the ball for Posh againsyt Blackpool. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Former Posh star scores for Blackpool at the ABAX Stadium. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh star Marcus Maddison cuts a dejected figure after the home defeat at the hands of Blackpool. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com

Posh substitute Idris Kanu battled with Oliver Turton of Blackpool. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh manager Grant McCann watching his side lose at home to Blackpool. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Blackpool striker Kyle Vassell celebrates his goal at Posh. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh striker Idris Kanu was beaten to this fine cross by Leo Da Silva Lopes by Blackpool defender Will Aimson. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh substitute Gwion Edwards tries to get the better of Blackpool’s Jay Spearing. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

12-11-2017 AFC Wimbledon 2-2 Posh – EFL L1 – 3 yellows (one Posh)
Scorers:
Dons: Lyle Taylor (36 SECONDS), Cody McDonald (45)
Posh: Danny Lloyd (26), Marcus Maddison (38 pen)

Tom Soares of Wimbledon tries to drag Posh star Marcus Maddison to his feet. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh goalscorer Danny Lloyd in action at Wimbledon. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh player Marcus Maddison during the game at Wimbledon. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

07-11-2017 Cambridge 0-2 Posh – Checkatrade Trophy – 2 yellows (one each)
Scorers:
Cambridge: –
Posh: Steven Taylor (50), Jack Marriott (71)

04-11-2017 Posh 1 v 1 Tranmere Rovers – EFL L1 – 2 yellows (both Rovers)
Scorers:
Posh: Jack Marriott (52)
Rovers: Cook (72)

Posh midfielder Gwion Edwards battles with Tranmere’s Ritchie Sutton. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Gwion Edwards after missing a great chance to score for Posh against Tranmere. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com

Gwion Edwards on the charge for Posh against Tranmere. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Idris Kanu’s chance to win the game late on for Posh against Tranmere was saved by goalkeeper Scott Davies. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh striker Jack Marriott can’t get past the burly frame of Tranmere’s Steve McNulty. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh striker Jack Marriott wheels away in delight after scoring against Tranmere. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Jack Marriott (centre) opens the scoring for Posh against Tranmere. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh midfielder Michael Doughty clears a Tranmere corner. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh players link arms for the Remembrance Day minute’s silence before the Tranmere match. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh centre-back Ryan Tafazolli is ready to attack a cross in the FA Cup tie with Tranmere. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

28-10-2017 Posh 1 v 0 Shrewsbury Town – EFL L1 – 8 yellows (4 Posh)
Scorers:
Posh: Marcus Maddison (14)
Shrews: –

Gwion Edwards of Peterborough United gets to the ball before Abu Ogogo of Shrewsbury Town – Mandatory by-line: Joe Dent/JMP – 28/10/2017 – FOOTBALL – ABAX Stadium – Peterborough, England – Peterborough United v Shrewsbury Town – Sky Bet League One

Gwion Edwards of Peterborough United is shown a yellow card by the match referee – Mandatory by-line: Joe Dent/JMP – 28/10/2017 – FOOTBALL – ABAX Stadium – Peterborough, England – Peterborough United v Shrewsbury Town – Sky Bet League One

Marcus Maddison of Peterborough United in action with Joe Riley and Omar Beckles of Shrewsbury Town – Mandatory by-line: Joe Dent/JMP – 28/10/2017 – FOOTBALL – ABAX Stadium – Peterborough, England – Peterborough United v Shrewsbury Town – Sky Bet League One

Ryan Tafazolli of Peterborough United appeals to the referee after picking up a head injury – Mandatory by-line: Joe Dent/JMP – 28/10/2017 – FOOTBALL – ABAX Stadium – Peterborough, England – Peterborough United v Shrewsbury Town – Sky Bet League One

Leonardo Da Silva Lopes of Peterborough United in action with Joe Riley of Shrewsbury Town – Mandatory by-line: Joe Dent/JMP – 28/10/2017 – FOOTBALL – ABAX Stadium – Peterborough, England – Peterborough United v Shrewsbury Town – Sky Bet League One

Predictions:

21-10-2017 Scunthorpe United 2 v 1 Posh – EFL L1 – 5 yellows (2 Posh)
Scorers:
Iron: Novak (79), Morris (87 pen)
Posh: Hughes (51)

Marcus Maddison of Posh attempts to get the better of Scunthorpe’s Funso Oje. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Gwion Edwards of Posh on the way down. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh man-of-the-match Anthony Grant moves away from Scunthorpe’s Duane Holmes. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Jermaine Anderson of Peterborough United battles for the ball with Funso Ojo of Scunthorpe United. Picture: Joe Dent

Andrew Hughes of Peterborough United celebrates scoring the opening goal of the game. Picture: Joe Dent

Posh striker Jack Marriott in action at Scunthorpe. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh teenager Leo Da Silva Lopes is consoled by manager Grant McCann after his substitution at Scunthorpe. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh striker Jack Marriott is tackled/fouled by Murray Wallace of Scunthorpe. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Anthony Grant of Posh battles for possession with Scunthorpe’s Funso Ojo. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Josh Morris scores the winning penalty for Scunthorpe against Posh. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Andrew Hughes volleys home the Posh goal at Scunthorpe. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

17-10-2017 Southend United 1 v 1 Posh – EFL L1 – 5 yellows (2 Posh)
Scorers:
Shrimpers: Fortune (10)
Posh: Jack Marriott (55)

14-10-2017 Posh 0 v 1 Gillingham – EFL L1 – 5 yellows (1 Posh)
Scorers:
Posh:
Gills: Martin (35)

Posh boss Grant McCann in reflective mood before the Gillingham defeat. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh boss Grant McCann cuts an unhappy figure on the touchline during the Gillingham match. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh striker Ricky Miller shoots at the Gillingham goal despite the attentions of Gaby Zakuani. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

03-10-2017 Posh 1 v 1 Northampton Town – EFL Trophy – Cobblers won on penalties
Scorers:
Posh: Danny Lloyd
Cobblers:

30-09-2017 Posh 1 v 4 Oxford United – EFL L1 – 3 yellows (1 Posh)
Scorers:
Posh: Marriott (15)
Yellows:

Wes Thomas fires Oxford in front at Posh. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Wes Thomas fires Oxford in front at Posh. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh centre-back Steven Taylor has just seen a header saved by Oxford ‘keeper Simon Eastwood. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh striker Ricky Miller congratulates Jack Marriott after his goal against Oxford. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh manager Grant McCann can’t bear to watch the second-half against Oxford. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh pair Anthony Grant and Danny Lloyd watch Oxford’s James Henry carefully. Photo; Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh striker Jack Marriott celebrates his goal against Oxford. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh substitute Danny Lloyd puts pressure on Oxford’s James Henry. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh substitute Michael Doughty is unhappy as Oxford players celebrate their third goal at the ABAX Stadium. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh centre-back Ryan Tafazolli on the ball in the 4-1 home defeat by Oxford. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Posh striker Ricky Miller battles with Oxford’s Jose Mousinho. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

Striker Jack Marriott has put Posh ahead against Oxford. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

26-09-2017 Oldham 3-2 Posh – EFL L1 – 5 yellows (1 Posh), 1 red (Oldham)
Scorers:
Latics: Eoin Doyle (51, 85), Dan Gardner (80)
Posh: Marcus Maddison (pen 58), Jack Marriott (90)

23-09-2017 Posh 3 v 2 Wigan Athletic – EFL L1 – 3 yellows (1 Posh)
Scorers:
Posh: Junior Morias (47, 84), Jack Marriott (90)
Latics: Michael Jacobs (33), Ryan Colclough (87)

Jack Marriott steers home the winning goal for Posh against Wigan. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

16-09-2017 Walsall 1 v 1 Posh – EFL L1 – 3 yellows (2 Posh)
Scorers:
Saddlers: Erhun Oztumer (38)
Posh: Gwion Edwards (72)

Vital Posh MotM Results:

Junior Morias scored a legitimate winner but was wrongly given offside after the assistant referee briefly put his flag up then down again before discussions with the referee came to the wrong decision!

09-09-2017 Posh 2 v 0 MK Dons – EFL L1 – No cards
Scorers:
Posh: Ryan Tafazolli (47), Marcus Maddison (53)
MK: –

09-09-2017 Posh 1 v 3 Bradford City – EFL L1 – 10 yellow cards (5 each) – 2 red cards (1 each)
Scorers:
Posh: Jack Baldwin (70)
Bantams: Poleon (7), Vincelot (36), Kilgallon (40)

Vital Posh Man of the Match results:

Predictions:

02-092017 Doncaster Rovers 0 v 0 Posh – EFL L1
Scorers:
Rovers: –
Posh: –

MOTM Results:

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Rovers’ Jordan Houghton has a shot at goal

Prediction Result:

Average MOTM Results – August 2017:

26-08-2017 Cobblers 1 v 4 Posh – EFL L1
Scorers:
Cobblers: Alex Revell (85)
Posh: Gwion Edwards (32), junior Morias (41), Jack Marriott (75), Marcus Maddison (90+2)

Gwion Edwards taking a shot. Photo: Joe Dent

Predictions:

19-08-2017 Posh 2v1 Rotherham United – EFL L1
Scorers:
Posh: Jack Marriott (47, 75)
Millers: Kirffer Moore (55)

Referee Ross Joyce and his assistants missed the ball going over the line! It would’ve meant Jack Marriott had scored a hat-trick two games in a row!

Predictions:

12-08-2017 Bristol Rovers 1-4 Posh – EFL L1
Scorers:
Pirates: Gaffney (85)
Posh: Jack Marriott (6, 55, 90+5), Steven Taylor (78)

08-08-2017 Posh 1 – 3 Barnet – Carabao Cup 1st Round
Scorers:
Posh: Gwion Edwards
Barnet:

MOTM Results:

05-08-2017 Posh 2 – 1 Plymouth
Scorers:
Posh: Sawyer (4 og), Junior Morias (47)
Pilgrims: Wylde (76)

MOTM Results:

18-07-2017 Posh 1-3 Ipswich
Scorers:
Posh: Jack Marriott
Ipswich:

Alex Penny in action for Posh against Ipswich. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

New Posh signing Alex Penny during last night’s match with Ipswich. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

15-07-2017 Posh 2-4 QPR
Scorers:
Posh: Junior Morias ( pen, )
QPR:

09-07-2017 Posh Home Kit Launch

08-07-2017 St Albans 1-4 Posh
Scorers:
St Albans: Shaun Lucien (26 pen)
Posh: Junior Morias (43), Danny Lloyd (48), Ricky Miller (56, 57)

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Referees

Tom Lea

James Adcock

Jack Payne tosses the coin against his former team watched by referee James Adcock

Referee James Adcock watches Chris Forrester toss the coin v Swansea

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01/10/2016 Southend 1 v 1 Posh – League One – Marcus Maddison (90+2) – 4 yellows (2 for Posh) – Adcock replaced Brendan Malone for this match
23-Aug-2016 Posh 1 v 3 Swansea – EFL Cup R2 – Leo Da Silva Lopes
23-Jan-2016 Gillingham 2 v 1 Posh – Erhun Oztumer (25)
10-Feb-2014 Posh 1 v 2 Gillingham (Jack Payne)
14-Sep-2013 Bristol City 0 v 3 Posh Tyrone Barnett (24), Britt Assombalonga (51, 88)
06-Nov-2012 Brighton 1 v 0 Posh

Stuart Attwell

Stuart Attwell

Anthony BACKHOUSE

This season (2017-2018) is the first season Backhouse has officiated in the Football League after being promoted at the end of last season which culminated in him officiating the National League Play-Off final between Tranmere Rovers and winners Forest Green Rovers.

Promotion to Level 1 National List of Referees made Backhouse the first Cumberland official in over 40 years to be added to the EFL list, whilst he also becomes the youngest ever from the county alongside being the youngest on the 2017/18 National List of Referees.

The 26-year-old has plans to make it to the top but he hasn’t achieved his target of the Premier League. He had aimed to make it to that level by the time he was 26!

Backhouse started his refereeing at the age of 14 and has taken charge of county finals and became one of the youngest officials to take charge at Wembley in that National League Play-Off final.

Backhouse was delighted to receive the news on his promotion as he said: “I was overwhelmed when I received the phone call informing me I had been promoted to the top level.

“Those who are close to me understand the huge amount I have sacrificed and compromised in order to achieve this level, so I’m just relieved that my hard work and dedication has paid off. I’ll enjoy the summer break, but will be training hard to ensure I’m fully prepared for the start of the 2017/18 season.

“Officiating at Wembley was a fantastic experience, but this news is icing on the cake. Once again, I would like to thank all those who have supported and guided me through my career so far, especially my family.”

17/12/2017 Fleetwood – Posh – EFL L1 –
26/09/2017 Oldham 3 – 2 Posh – EFL L1 – 4 yellow (1 posh, 3 oldham), 1 red (oldham)

Peter BANKES

Peter Bankes

Referee Peter Bankes watches Marcus Maddison v Fleetwood

05-Apr-2016 Fleetwood 2-0 Posh – 4 yellows (all Posh!)
15-Nov-2014 Walsall 0-0 Posh – 5 yellows (3 for Posh)

Tony Bates

Soccer - Coca-Cola Football League Two - Burton Albion v Grimsby Town - Pirelli Stadium

19/01/2013 Posh v Wolves
24/09/2011 West Ham 1 – 0 Posh

Carl Berry

Carl Berry

Referee Carl Berry keeps a close eye on Harry Anderson v Scunthorpe

03/04/2015 Scunthorpe 2 v 0 Posh
17/01/2015 Port Vale 2 v 1 Posh (Conor Washington (21))
22/03/2014 Posh 0 v 1 Rotherham
08-Dec-2012 Posh 2 v 3 Middlesbrough (Dwight Gayle (37, 52))

Darren Bond

Darren Bond

Darren Bond takes a tumble during the Milwall 1-5 Posh match

19/11/2016 Northampton v Posh
12/03/2016 Posh 2 v 3 Port Vale – L1 – 4 yellows (2 each) – Posh winning 2-0 at half-time! – Jon Taylor (2), Aaron Williams (41)
02/01/2016 Sheffield United 2 v 3 Posh – Conor Washington (18), Erhun Oztumer (48), Martin Samuelsen (84) – 4 yellows (2 each), 1 red (Blades)
01/11/2014 Posh 1 v 2 Scunthorpe (Conor Washington)
02/04/2014 Posh 2 v 0 Colchester (Tommy Rowe 25, Britt Assombalonga 65)
01/02/2014 Posh P v P Colchester
31/08/2013 Posh 0 v 2 Crawley
19/02/2013 Millwall 1-5 Posh (Lee Tomlin 7 & 55, Tommy Rowe 32, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing 59, George Boyd 88) – 3 yellows, 1 red (all Lions)

Carl Boyeson

Referee Carl Boyeson shows Kgosi Ntlhe a red card v Colchester

12/09/2017 – Posh 2 v 0 MK Dons – EFL L1 – Ryan Tafazolli (47), Marcus Maddison (53) – no cards
30/08/2014 – Colchester 1 v 3 Posh (Washington, Ntlhe, J.Anderson)
05/10/2013 – Posh 2 v 0 Preston (Barnett, McCann)
02/10/2012 – Barnsley 0 – 2 Posh (Boyd, Barnett)
09/04/2012 – Posh 0 – 1 Nottingham Forest
14/08/2011 – Blackpool 2 – 1 Posh (Boyd)
17/04/2010 – Reading 6 – 0 Posh
31/10/2009 – Posh 1 – 2 Barnsley (Boyd)
21/03/2009 – Bristol Rovers 0-1 Posh (McLean)
09/12/2008 – Tranmere 1 – 2 Posh (McLean, Mackail-Smith)
29/12/2007 – Morecambe 3-2 Posh (Craig Morgan, Charlie Lee)
09/09/2007 – Posh 2-1 Mansfield (Josh Low, Danny Crow)
31/03/2007 – Posh 3-3 Wycombe (Mackail-Smith x2, Adam Newton)
06/01/2007 – Posh 1-1 Plymouth (McLean)
27/08/2005 – Posh 0-0 Torquay
02/04/2005 – Posh 1-2 Huddersfield (Wayne Purser)
08/05/2004 – Posh 1-1 Wycombe (Curtis Woodhouse)
17/01/2004 – Posh 0-0 Brentford
27/09/2003 – Swindon 2-0 Posh
14/12/2002 – Posh 4-1 Cheltenham (Jason Lee x2, Andy Clarke x2)

CHARLES BREAKSPEAR

CHARLES BREAKSPEAR

Referee Charles Breakspear watches a Jon Taylor freekick v Barnsley

Referee Charles Breakspear sends off Barnsley player v Posh

04-11-2017 Posh 1 v 1 Tranmere – FA Cup R1 – Jack Marriott (52) – 2 yellows (both Rovers)
04/02/2017 Port Vale 0 v 3 Posh – Sky Bet EFL L1 –
17/12/2016 Charlton 0 v 2 Posh – League One – Ryan Tafazolli (21), Gwion Edwards (66) – 4 yellows (2 each)
22/11/2016 Posh 0 v 2 Scunthorpe – League One – 5 yellows (3 for Posh)
21/11/2015 Crewe 1 v 5 Posh – League One – Jon Taylor (6), Conor Washington (46), Jermaine Anderson (47, 82), Lee Angol (54) – 6 yellows – 4 for Posh
25-04-2015 Posh 4v3 Crawley – League One – Conor Washington (43, 90), Michael Bostwick (51, 87) – 1 yellow for Crawley
18-10-2014 Posh 2 v 1 Barnsley – League One – Conor Washington (45), Marcus Maddison (69) – 2 yellows, 1 red all for Barnsley

John BROOKS

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28/11/2016 Charlton v Posh – EFL L1 –
31/12/2016 Posh 1 v 1 Coventry – L1 – Michael Bostwick (93) – 3 yellows (2 Posh)

Mark Brown

Marcus Maddison being shown red card by referee Mark Brown v Leyton Orient 2

Mark Brown

07/03/2014 Posh 1 v 0 Leyton Orient
25/03/2014 Preston North End 3 v 1 Posh (Danny Swanson)
14/08/2012 Posh 4-0 Southend (Tomlin, Taylor, Newell, Boyd)
17/12/2011 Posh 1-0 Coventry (Sinclair)
05/04/2011 Dagenham & Redbridge 0-2 Posh (Ball x2)
09/10/2010 Hartlepool 2-0 Posh (Tomlin sent off – 82 mins)

Mike Bull

Mike Bull

Referee Mike Bull watches Paul Taylor v Port Vale

19/04/2016 Barnsley 1-0 Posh – 5 yellow cards (4 for Posh), 1 red card (Poshs Chris Forrester for 2 yellow cards in 20 seconds!!)
20/02/2016 Millwall v Posh
11/10/2014 Crawley 1 v 4 Posh – Michael Smith (11), Conor Washington (40, 58), Marcus Maddison (55) – 4 yellows (2 posh)
26/04/2014 Shrewsbury 2 v 4 Posh (Conor Washington (13, 21), Lloyd Isgrove (28), Josh McQuoid (90)) – Jon Taylor scored for Shrews – 2 yellows (1 posh)
12/10/2013 Port Vale 0 v 1 Posh (Barnett 86) – 6 yellows (4 posh)

John BUSBY

Of the six officials that were promoted last May [2016], Posh have had the pleasure of four of them already with Busby being the fifth on Saturday! Posh have lost two of the four matches officiated by the rookies while winning just once; that came in the first round of the EFL Cup as they overcame a determined AFC Wimbledon side to win 3-2.

Busby has been active with ‘whistle and flag’ for over twelve years before being fast tracked into the EFL following just one season in the Football Conference National!

Even though Busby has made a quick rise into the Football League, he has been involved in a number of prestigious games including County Cup finals, Senior Cup final, FA Vase semi-final, and FA Trophy quarter finals to name just a few.

Oxfordshire FA’s head of Referee Development, Nigel Saverton, praised Busby on his appointment by saying: “It is a reflection on the high level of performance the referee has given during this season and previously for an outstanding achievement that recognises all the work John has done. We wish John all the best”.

Last season Busby was appointed as Fourth Official for the televised second leg of the FA Youth Cup Final between Chelsea and Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. He was also the Fourth Official during the International Champions Cup in August between Liverpool and Barcelona at Wembley Stadium.

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06/12/2017 Posh v Southend – Checkatrade Trophy R2 –
05/08/2017 Posh 2 – 1 Plymouth – Sky Bet EFL L1 – Da Silva Lopes (4), Junior Morias (47) – 4 Yellows (2 each)
28/01/2017 Posh 0-4 MK Dons – Sky Bet EFL L1 – 5 yellows (1 Posh – Ryan Tafazolli)

Richard Clark

Richard Clark

Referee Richard Clark signals a goal for Posh v Port Vale

22/04/2017 Posh – Bristol Rovers – EFL L1 –
17/10/2015 Port Vale 1-1 Posh – League 1 – Michael Bostwick (56 pen) – 2 yellows (1 each)
25-Jan-2014 Oldham 5 v 4 Posh – League 1 – Britt Assombalonga (5), Tommy Rowe (25), Lee Tomlin (45), Nicky Ajose (63) – 2 yellows (both Latics), 1 red (Lee Tomlin s/o 88 with Posh leading 4-3!)

Antony Coggins

12/12/2017 – Posh v Woking – FA Cup R2 replay

Lee Collins

Lee Collins

Referee Lee Collins watches Jon Taylor v Fleetwood

Referee Lee Collins watches Michael Bostwick shake the Crewe captains hand

Referee Lee Collins leads out Posh and Crewe

02/04/2016 Posh 3 v 0 Crewe – Harry Beautyman (14, 41). Lee Angol (67) – 3 yellows (2 for Posh)
14/11/2015 Posh 2 v 1 Fleetwood
01/03/2014 Crawley 1-0 Posh
07/09/2013 Crewe 2 v 2 Posh (Tyrone Barnett, Michael Bostwick)

David Coote

David Coote

06/02/2016 Chesterfield v Posh
26/12/2014 Chesterfield 3-2 Posh – League One – Michael Bostwick (62), Marcus Maddison (71) – 6 yellows (2 Posh – C.Burgess , N.Mendez-Laing)
18/11/2013 Walsall 2-0 Posh – League One – 3 yellows, 1 red (all posh – yellows – S.Brisley, M.Little, D.Kearns; red – S.Brisley)
15/12/2012 Cardiff City 1 v 2 Posh – Championship – Michael Bostwick (22), Dwight Gayle (47) – 8 yellows (4 Posh – G.Zakuani, N.Knight-Percival, M.Bostwick, L.Tomlin)
15/10/2011 Bristol C 1-2 Posh – Championship – George Boyd (51), Lee Tomlin (72) – 5 yellows (3 Posh – R.Bennett, G.Zakuani, E.Sinclair)
03/01/2011 Posh 4-1 Walsall – League One – Craig Mackail-Smith (36, 71), Nathaniel Mendez-Laing (81), Ryan Bennett (90) – 2 yellows (1 Posh – Lee Tomlin)

Martin Coy

25/11/2017 Rochdale 2 v 0 Posh – EFL L1 – Rob Lewis dropped out at the last minute and was replaced by Martin Coy

Andy Davies

Andy Davies

11/04/2015 Swindon v Posh
08/10/2013 Posh 2 v 1 Brentford JP Trophy Round 2 – Martin Taylor (og 18), Grant McCann (pen 70)

Darren Deadman

Referee Darren Deadman watches Michael Smith exchange penants with Norwich captain John Ruddy

16-07-2016 Posh 0-3 Norwich (pre-season)

Mike Dean courtesy of http://www.mcfc.co.uk

Refereeing Burnley v Posh – 15-09-2012

Andy D’Urso

Andy D'Urso

Andy D'Urso with the Assistant Refs and Captains

Joe Newell sending off by Andy D'Urso v Chesterfield

07/02/2015 Fleetwood 1 v 1 Posh (Newell)
30/03/2014 Chesterfield 1 v 3 Posh – Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Final (Wembley) – Josh McQuoid (7), Shaun Brisley (38), Joe Newell (s/o 68), Britt Assombalonga (pen 78)
14/01/2014 Posh 2-3 Kidderminster – FA Cup 3rd Round replay – Tommy Rowe, Britt Assombalonga
26/02/2013 Bolton 1 v 0 Posh
02/02/2013 Posh 2-2 Burnley Tommy Rowe (65, 69)
28/08/2012 Reading 3-2 Posh Paul Taylor (12), Lee Tomlin (17)
29/10/2011 Watford 3-2 Posh Lee Frecklington (15), Emile Sinclair (39)
25/09/2010 Posh 2-1 MK Dons Craig Mackail-Smith (36), Aaron McLean (48)
07/11/2009 Newcastle 3-1 Posh Dean Keates (79)
15/09/2009 Posh 1-1 Sheff Wed Craig Mackail-Smith (61)
13/01/2009 Posh 0-2 West Brom
06/09/2008 Posh 5-4 Bristol Rovers Craig Mackail-Smith (16, pen 51, 65), Aaron McLean (23), Scott Rendell (83)
19/08/2006 Boston 0-1 Posh Lloyd Opara (s/o 50), Simon Yeo (86)
05/05/2001 Posh 1-1 Rotherham Leon McKenzie (11)

Darren Drysdale

Darren Drysdale

01-Jan-2013 Posh 2 – 1 Barnsley
21-Sep-2013 Posh 2 – 1 MK Dons (Nat Knight-Percival & Mark Little given straight reds!! 4 other Posh players received yellow cards. No cards show to MK players despite committing more fouls!!)

Scott Duncan

Scott Duncan

30-04-2017 Bolton Wanderers – Posh – L1 –
19/08/2014 Posh 1 v 2 Sheff Utd – League One – Shaun Brisley (34) – no cards
10-08-2013 Notts County 2 v 4 Posh – League One – Tommy Rowe (30), Tyrone Barnett (54), Grant McCann (pen 58), Britt Assombalonga (71) – 1 yellow (Gaby Zakuani)

Roger East

26-Aug-2017 Northampton 1v4 Posh – EFL L1 – Gwion Edwards (32), Junior Morias (41), Jack Marriott (75), Marcus Maddison (90+2) – 2 yellows (1 each)
25-Oct-2014 Coventry 3-2 Posh – L1 – Jon Taylor (17), Marcus Maddison (28) – 4 yellows (1 posh)
22-Oct-2013 Posh 0 v 0 Sheff Utd – L1 – 3 yellows (1 posh)
28-Apr-2012 Derby 1-1 Posh – Championship – David Ball (82) – 1 yellow (Kgosi Ntlhe)
28-Dec-2010 Swindon 1-1 Posh – L1 – Lee Tomlin (17) – 2 yellows (1 posh)
25-Nov-2008 Swindon 2-2 Posh – L1 – Jon-Paul McGovern (og 20), Shaun Batt (90) – 1 yellow (Tom Williams)
08-Dec-2007 Chester 1-2 Posh – L2 – Aaron McLean (80), Craig Mackail-Smith (pen 85) – 2 yellows (1 posh)

Geoff Eltringham