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Peter Wright, Crewe v Grimsby
« on: Mon 29 Oct 2018 21:47 »
A 'newbie' for me to see last Saturday and the first time (I believe) that Peter Wright has been discussed since he came on to the FL.

A tall man, and looking a bit like David Coote, Peter quickly gave the impression that he wanted to adopt a hands-off approach to his refereeing, and this was not difficult in a first half that lacked any form of drama, with no cards, no added time and just one dubious tackle which Peter ignored. It was more like a PSF than a competitive match in L2. The second half started in much the same way and it said a lot for the quality of the game that the Crewe manager only got hot under the collar when a throw in was given to Grimsby rather than Crewe in midfield. As the chap behind me commented dryly, 'keep calm David, it's only a throw'. This was then followed by the most outrageous foul throw which Peter and his AR fortunately picked up on. Such was the excitement!

Fortunately Crewe enlivened the proceedings by scoring a great goal quickly followed by another, to which Grimsby never looked like responding.

Quiet, unhurried, almost studious, that is how I would describe Peter Wright's refereeing and fortunately in this match it worked. He will no doubt have greater challenges in the future, but I think he can be pleased with his afternoon's work, aided in no small way by two decent ARs. Now for Mr Sarginson tomorrow night :)     

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Re: Peter Wright, Crewe v Grimsby
« Reply #1 on: Mon 29 Oct 2018 22:04 »
I have heard good things to date about Mr Wright, and I hope he continues to develop and progress.

Myself and PlymNick have strong views on Mr Sarginson and have been discussed on this forum a number of times. However, I will never criticise any official's integrity and intentions, because they are trying there best and are the one's who have progressed to such a level that they are officiating. I hope you have an enjoyable evening, however.

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Re: Peter Wright, Crewe v Grimsby
« Reply #2 on: Mon 29 Oct 2018 22:29 »
Mr Wright wasnt a favourite during his NL days at Tranmere. Bit surprised about the comments about his stature though, Id always clocked him as about average height and fairly youthful in appearance. Mr Sarginson stature wise is one of the giants.

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Re: Peter Wright, Crewe v Grimsby
« Reply #3 on: Mon 29 Oct 2018 22:42 »
Mr Wright wasnt a favourite during his NL days at Tranmere. Bit surprised about the comments about his stature though, Id always clocked him as about average height and fairly youthful in appearance. Mr Sarginson stature wise is one of the giants.

And he looks nothing like David Coote!

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Re: Peter Wright, Crewe v Grimsby
« Reply #4 on: Tue 30 Oct 2018 20:56 »
My senior eyes must have been deceiving me. Mr Wright was certainly tall in comparison with AR Abbas Khan, and as for looking like David Coote....?  'Nuf said  ;D

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Re: Peter Wright, Crewe v Grimsby
« Reply #5 on: Tue 30 Oct 2018 22:06 »
My senior eyes must have been deceiving me. Mr Wright was certainly tall in comparison with AR Abbas Khan, and as for looking like David Coote....?  'Nuf said  ;D


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