BSP Fair play, Cards, Fouls and Fouled Charts

Nuneaton are the fairest of us all.  In terms of  fouls Mansfield (128), Grimsby (113) Luton Town (108) and Newport (108) have committed the most BSP sins whilst Dartford (59) are the fewest.  You have to feel for Stockport County’s John Nolan  who has netted a red and two yellows from just 5 fouls all season, whilst being the most sinned against of the Hatters.

Welcome to the BSP fair play charts Thank you for reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs.

We have included the fouls count, to put things into perspective, with a red counting as two yellows.  STMI feel this to be no real reflection on any side, as the standard of refereeing has deteriorated this season.

Team Yellow Red Fouls Fouled Card Count
1st Nuneaton Town 7 0 86 88 7
2nd Cambridge United 8 0 72 91 8
  Dartford 8 0 55 70 8
4th Lincoln City 9 0 79 71 9
5th Hereford United 8 1 79 90 10
  Woking 10 0 70 86 10
7th Gateshead 7 2 76 96 11
  Macclesfield Town 11 0 87 87 11
9th Southport 10 1 91 96 12
  Newport County 12 0 108 86 12
  Barrow 12 0 86 95 12
12th Stockport County 11 1 95 99 13
13th Forest Green Rovers 12 1 88 95 14
  Luton Town 12 1 108 93 14
  Kidderminster Harriers 14 0 94 90 14
16th Braintree Town 13 1 80 100 15
17th Tamworth 15 1 97 69 17
18th Hyde 12 3 80 94 18
19th Alfreton Town 17 1 103 80 19
20th Ebbsfleet United 14 3 107 101 20
  Grimsby Town 20 0 113 89 20
22nd AFC Telford United 17 2 96 69 21
  Wrexham 19 1 86 109 21
24th Mansfield Town 22 3 128 95 28
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Posted on September 17, 2012, in Blue Square zone, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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