David Coote has been appointed match referee for MK Dons’ trip to Carlisle United on Tuesday evening.
.mkstadiumThe Nottinghamshire FA official has been refereeing in the Football League since 2010 and took charge of this first game involving the Dons that same season; a 1-1 draw with Brentford at
In total, Coote has refereed the Dons on three occasions and has shown a total of 12 yellow cards. Coote, who last took charge of the men from MK1 in August for the Capital One Cup tie with Sunderland, has yet to produce a red card in a Dons fixture.
So far this season, Coote has shown a total of 66 yellows in his 22 games while only sending off two players; he showed Peterborough United’s Sean Brisley a second yellow card in their defeat against Walsall in November after giving Bournemouth goalkeeper Ryan Allsop his marching orders against Leeds in October.
Coote was last in action on January 21st when he took charge of Charlton Athletic’s 3-0 FA Cup with Budweiser victory over Oxford United.
The full list of officials for Tuesday is as follows:
Referee: David Coote (Nottinghamshire)
Assistant Referees: Thomas Rogers (County Durham) and Neil Sharp (Cleveland)
Fourth Official: Paul Kettlewell (Lancashire)