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Michigan Referee Program / Blog (Page 16)

Sometimes even when we make a correct decision, players (and coaches, parents, and spectators) disagree. But if we are close to the incident, we can better "sell" our decisions.Below, you see an example of a referee using his explosive movement and sprint speed in a...

In order to see a challenge, we must position ourselves to see between players. If you are looking at me from the front, you won't know if anyone is pushing my back. If you are looking at me from the back, you won't know if...

Making a correct offside (gaining advantage) decision can be tricky. As referees, we may forget the fact that a player who receives a ball was in an offside position first. But we may believe they were on just because they were onside when a deflection...

Let's talk a bit more about FK wall management. When there is a wall and the attacking team has 2 or more players ready to take the kick, our awareness needs to go up. This is because the defensive wall often moves closer to the...