Just a quick little question in here for you guys. As referees you obviously can give a far better answer to me on this, so I was just wondering... what are the chances of a team receiving no red cards over 38 consecutive games? As a referee would you consider it possible over that span of games, or would it need to involve a lot of lucky, dubious, and/or favourable calls to be achieved? Secondly, if a team plays 38 games and in this spell they have an opposition player sent off on 10 separate occasions... what would this lead you to believe? Again, how do-able would it be for a team in terms of style of play, gamesmanship, embellishment and whatnot? Now, if the one team were to simultaneously receive no red cards and have an opposition player sent off on ten separate occasions (particularly if they were in the 'bigger' games) how would this rankle with you? Would it seem little more than run-of-the-mill, or maybe out of the ordinary, or even peculiar enough to merit further investigation of some form?