TREVOR Kettle will be whistling when Argyle travel to Abbey Stadium to face Cambridge United this Saturday.
Kettle last took charge of Argyle in March 2014, when a 32nd minute Reuben Reid strike ensured the Pilgrims drew 1-1 at Accrington Stanley. No Argyle players were booked, which continued Trevor’s anomalous card-shy relationship with the Pilgrims. In nine games of refereeing Argyle, Trevor has cautioned just ten Argyle players - he has shown 22 yellows in those games overall. In five of the nine games he booked no Pilgrims, and in three of those he showed no yellow cards whatsoever.
In his 29 games so far this term Kettle has dished out 102 yellow and 10 red cards. On two occasions he has sent off two players in a game.
Trevor was involved in some controversy earlier this season, whilst taking charge of another Accrington game in March, when he disallowed a Billy Kee goal by blowing his whistle for half time after Kee had shot but before the ball actually went in.