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Michigan Referee Program / Blog (Page 12)

Just like the last time, this is about injury. We will repeat. If you suspect a serious injury, just stop the game. Even if a team is about to score, a suspected serious injury is of higher importance and priority. Err on the side of caution....

When a player is injured, quickly check on them to see if they are seriously injured. Law 5 states that if a player is seriously injured, the referee will stop the game. How do you know when a player is seriously injured?Usually head and abdominal...

A soccer game is 90 minutes in length. But so-called effective playing time (how many minutes the ball was actually in play) may be as low as 60 minutes or even far less. This is why as referees, we must prevent time wasting by players....

The Laws of the Game provides standard and approved signals for both the referee and assistant referees. Not using these signals can be confusing to players, spectators, and even members of the referee team. For example, what is the approved signal for offside for the referee?...