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Jonathan Moss will take charge of the New Years Day clash between Queens Park Rangers and Norwich City

Moss from West Yorkshire progressed from the National List of Assistant Referees to the full Referees List in 2005.

His first fixture as a fully-fledged referee was Shrewsbury's home defeat to Rochdale courtesy of a Grant Holt strike in August 2005.

Thus far this season Mr Moss has dished out 32 yellow cards and three reds in 18 games - giving him an average of 1.94 cards per game.

He will be assisted by Mr David Margetts (Essex) and Mr Wayne Porter (Lincolnshire) - with the fourth official Mr Glenn Hambling (Norfolk).

Refereeing Rangers

In 2007/08 Mr Moss oversaw his first Rangers game as Mick Harford's QPR lost out to Colchester United at Layer Road.

Following the sacking of Gregory, Harford dipped into the transfer market to sign Rowan Vine, both he and Hogan Ephraim scored in a 4-2 defeat against the eventually-relegated U's.

The following season QPR entertained Steve Coppell's Reading, a side looking a good bet for a playoff place. In a typically dull affair it ended goalless at Loftus Road.

Later on that season Rangers had the chance to play party poopers as they travelled to Wolverhampton Wanderers, who needed just one more win to secure their place in the Premier League.

Sylvan Ebanks-Blake's goal just after half time secured the points and the prize for Wolves who were promoted as champions of the Championship.

He presided over Jim Magilton's Queens Park Rangers as their season took a turn for the worse live on Sky television.

Off the back of some thumping form, Rangers were beaten at home by Leicester City with Adel Taarabt's first half goal cancelled out by a Matty Fryatt double.

Mr Moss & Queens Park Rangers

Colchester United 4-2 QPR - 03-10-2007
Goals: Mikele Leigertwood 19og, Kemal Izzet 30, Mark Yeates 38, Clive Platt 63; Hogan Ephraim 29, Rowan Vine 58
Yellow Cards: Karl Duguid, Johnny Jackson, Clive Platt; Gareth Ainsworth, Adam Bolder, Hogan Ephraim.

QPR 0-0 Reading - 31-01-2009
Goals: NONE
Yellow Cards: Heidar Helguson; Michael Duberry, Stephen Hunt.

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 QPR - 18-04-2009
Goals: Sylvan Ebanks-Blake 46
Yellow Cards: Stephen Ward; Jordi López

QPR 1-2 Leicester City - 30-10-2009
Goals: Adel Taarabt 33; Matty Fryatt 37, 64
Yellow Cards: Dany N'Guessan, Robbie Neilson, Matt Oakley




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Date:Thursday December 30 2010

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