The currently appointed referee for Coventry City's League One game against Gillingham on Sunday is Trevor Kettle from Berkshire.
Mr Kettle, is no stranger to Coventry City. The RAF Air Traffic Controllor refereed a number of reserve team matches, sometimes controversially on his way up onto the National List which he joined in 2003.
His last City first team game was the 4-0 loss Walsall on April 1st 2013. Other City matches include, the 3-1 win at Colchester United on November 20th 2012, the 2-2 draw at Vicarage Road, Watford in August 2010 when he had to go off injured after 67 minutes, the 0-0 draw with Reading at the Ricoh Arena on April 4th 2009 in which he cautioned seven players, the 2-1 defeat at Sheffield United on March 11th 2008 (7 cautioned again), the 4-1 defeat at Ipswich on September 22nd 2007 (3 cautioned), the 3-0 defeat at Birmingham on April 1st 2007 (2 cautioned), the 3-1 win over Cardiff on April 30th 2006 (3 cautioned), the 4-0 defeat at Watford on Feb 11th 2006 (5 cautioned), the 2-2 at Ipswich on October 18th 2005 (3 cautioned), the 1-1 home draw with Ipswich Town on January 31st 2004 (4 cautioned).
This season, he had had five matches (two of which have been League One matches) , shown 14 yellow cards but no reds.
His Assistants are: Simon Knapp and Stephen Ross. The Fourth Official is David Phillips.
Source: Coventry MAD