Christopher Sarginson has been appointed match referee for MK Dons’ Sky Bet League 1 clash with Oldham Athletic this weekend.
Sarginson made his Football League debut in August 2008 and during his five seasons as a referee he has taken charge of six Dons matches, including their largest away victory at Hartlepool United back in 2010.
Interestingly, the Dons have never lost a game in which the Staffordshire FA referee as officiated and they’ve also managed to keep three clean-sheets. Sarginson has brandished 21 yellow cards during his six matches in charge of the Dons.
So far this season, the Sarginson has refereed 21 games, booked 64 players and shown four red cards. Two of those bookings came in Sarginsion’s first appointment of the season – the Dons Capital One Cup tie with Northampton Town in August.
And it was the Cobblers whom Sarginson refereed on Tuesday night; Sarginson brandished four yellow cards in their 2-1 win over Torquay United.
Referee: Christopher Sarginson (Staffordshire)
Assistant Referees: Neil Davies (Merseyside) and Grant Taylor (Warwickshire)
Fourth Official: Arshavin Degnarain (London)