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The citation for the point that, had his career continued, Danson would have been the longest serving referee since the 1920's is the Gilbert Upton book with its reference to JT Howcroft (since removed). Ideally I would have had a number reference to this in the body of the article but am not clear how to do this.Alan Briscoe 22:54, 17 July 2007 (UTC)
Hi. I have entered the common reference mark "†" into the text as necessary, and at the start of the relevant reference. So readers should connect the two in their minds, and your source is complete for the purposes of Wikipedia. Thanks. Ref(chew)(do) 11:47, 18 July 2007 (UTC)