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.
Week 11 has been the quietest of all weeks perhaps.
I guess I was on a bit of a sabbatical from refereeing because I took just over three weeks off from appointments.
I had to get my hand X-rayed from an earlier wrist injury and the weather was far from warming for the spring. 50+cm of snow to trudge through to get to the practical session.
So the past one week has been different. Sidelined because of the knee and it has made me very restless. I’ve been absolutely itching to run and come a few days hopefully that will be satisfied. About 80% healed.
It was rather sad to hear recently of the Utah referee that was assaulted and that passed away as a result. The increase in these events over the past few months are rather sad. Football is a passionate game but everyone must be able to hold their frustration in the game and realise it is exactly that. A game. My condolences to the Portillo family.
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