The currently appointed referee for Coventry City's home League One game against Doncaster Rovers is Mark Halsey.
The 51 year old who is based in Bolton, is a former non league player, who took up refereeing in 1989. Ten years later, his first Premier League game was the 1-1 draw between Wimbledon and Coventry City. He has been on the Select Group of referees since 2001 and has overcome cancer to take up the whistle again.
His last City game was the 4-0 home defeat to Watford on Sunday May 2nd 2010. Previous game include the 5-0 home defeat to West Brom in February 2008, the 2-0 League Cup win at Manchester United in September 2007, the 1-0 win at Barnsley in October 2006, the 1-0 home defeat to Plymouth in September 2006, the 2-2 home draw against Charlton in February 2001, the 1-0 home win against Everton in March 2000 and the 1-1 draw at Wimbledon in August 1999.
This season, Mr Halsey has 25 matches and shown 57 yellow cards and three reds.
His assistants are: Lee Betts and Matthew Wilkes. The Fourth Official is Carl Berry.
Source: Coventry MAD