I hope you’re being evaluated. That’s shocking.
It’s not often I take a weekday game but Thursday was an exception.
Being concise and direct is key to effective communication so my goal is to keep posts shorter in the future.
I sat in a referee training camp the past weekend and one particular slide stuck in my mind. Something to think on in life aside from a football refereeing career.
I figured out, later, that it is from a book titled The Ideal Team Player.
Another year, another edition of the Laws of the Game. IFAB Laws of the Game that is.
After last year’s mouthful of changes, IFAB seems to have opened the floodgates to trying things new because anything and everything is being approved for experimentation.
April is turning out to be quite the footballing festival but it’s all culminating to the biggest bi-annual match in world football; El Clasico.
We sit just under 18 months away from the kick-off of the next World Cup.
Let this be a reminder, that all the drama, passion and love that this game elicits will soon be here again.
It was a humid Middle-Eastern evening as I sat on the porch looking down at my socks. I was wearing mid-shin socks over compression socks to reduce muscle vibration. Only problem was that my toes didn’t have as much grip as I want but I wasn’t refereeing so eh. Also, the color contrast looks pretty cool too. I was wearing compression shorts as well under my Adidas refereeing shorts. The only thing left to do with old edition uniforms are to use them for training.