Date: 22nd October 2009 at 2:41pm
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Premiership referee Mark Clattenburg will be the man in charge when Leeds travel to Millwall on Saturday.

The Tyne and Wear official has refereed 9 games so far this season showing 27 yellow cards and 1 red.

Last season he only refereed two games after the referees governing body held an investigation into his personal life and business debts and sacked him.

After an appeal it was reduced to eight months and he returned to action on the last weekend of last season.

There will also be another Premiership referee in attendance on Saturday with Steve Tanner the fourth official.

The last time he took charge of a Millwall game was way back in the 2005/06 season when they drew 2-2 at Sheffield United.

The last time he took charge of a Leeds game was on New Years Day 2008, when they lost 3-1 at home against Oldham Athletic

Referee: M. Clattenburg (Tyne & Wear
Assistants: S. Artis & N. Kinseley
Fourth official: S. Tanner



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