Real nameRichard Rufus
Age44 (Born 12 Jan, 1975)
Height6ft 1in (1.85m)
Weight11st 2lb (70.75kg)
Place of birthLewisham
NationalityEngland
  
  

Career

CLUBFROMTOFEELEAGUEFA CUPLGE CUPOTHER
    APPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLS
Charlton 01 Jul, 93 02 Jun, 04 Trainee 284 (4)1216 (0)014 (0)08 (0)2
Totals   £0 284 (4)1216 (0)014 (0)08 (0)2
Goals per Game    0.04 0 n/a 0.25

Games played by Richard Rufus in 2002/2003

  GLS  YEL RED 
PremiershipSa 17Aug 2002Charlton2 - 3Chelsea
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 24Aug 2002Bolton1 - 2Charlton
PremiershipTu 27Aug 2002Charlton0 - 1Tottenham
PremiershipSa 31Aug 2002West Ham0 - 2Charlton
PremiershipWe 11Sep 2002Aston Villa2 - 0Charlton
PremiershipSa 14Sep 2002Charlton0 - 3Arsenal
PremiershipSa 21Sep 2002Southampton0 - 0Charlton
PremiershipSa 28Sep 2002Charlton1 - 3Man Utd
English League CupTu 01Oct 2002Charlton0 - 0Oxford
PremiershipSu 06Oct 2002Fulham1 - 0Charlton
PremiershipSu 20Oct 2002Charlton1 - 0Middlesbro
PremiershipSa 26Oct 2002Newcastle2 - 1Charlton
PremiershipSu 03Nov 2002Charlton1 - 1Sunderland
PremiershipSa 09Nov 2002Everton1 - 0Charlton
PremiershipSa 16Nov 2002Man City0 - 1Charlton
PremiershipSu 24Nov 2002Charlton3 - 1Blackburn
1 goal1
PremiershipSa 07Dec 2002Charlton2 - 0Liverpool
PremiershipSa 14Dec 2002Charlton2 - 2Man City
PremiershipTh 26Dec 2002Tottenham2 - 2Charlton
PremiershipSa 28Dec 2002Charlton1 - 0West Brom
English FA CupSa 04Jan 2003Charlton3 - 1Exeter
PremiershipSa 11Jan 2003Chelsea4 - 1Charlton
PremiershipSa 18Jan 2003Charlton1 - 1Bolton
PremiershipWe 22Jan 2003Charlton4 - 2West Ham
English FA CupSu 26Jan 2003Fulham3 - 0Charlton
PremiershipWe 29Jan 2003West Brom0 - 1Charlton
PremiershipSa 01Feb 2003Sunderland1 - 3Charlton
PremiershipSa 08Feb 2003Charlton2 - 1Everton
PremiershipSa 15Mar 2003Charlton0 - 2Newcastle
PremiershipSa 22Mar 2003Middlesbro1 - 1Charlton
PremiershipSa 05Apr 2003Charlton1 - 6Leeds
PremiershipSa 12Apr 2003Blackburn1 - 0Charlton
PremiershipMo 21Apr 2003Liverpool2 - 1Charlton
Appearances:33Totals:
2
7
0
 

 

Match in Focus

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Southampton v Derby

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Saints have failed to win nine of their ten home games this season
Expert verdict
Southampton have made steady progress under new manager Ralph Hasenhuttl. However, the way in which the Saints let a 2-0 lead slip at Pride Park shows that the Austrian still has some work to do and upcoming good opportunities for Premier League survival may be more important than this replay. The cup isn’t top of Frank Lampard’s list of priorities this term, either, as he attempts to steer Derby into the top flight but their attacking style of play is unlikely to be tinkered with.

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