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Understanding why grassroots referees, choose not to use "club Assistants" When teams play sometimes spectators, players or management will ask if you need assistants, thinking lack of assistants is confined to their own league. What isn’t realised is a lot of...
Is VAR Working, absolutely not, bad management and bad instructions are leading to the finger-pointing incorrectly being pointed out our current crop of match officials in the PGMOL SG1 (Select Group 1) I will never say it's the referee at fault., they have protocols...
The changing face of women's football as a referee I go back many years in the women's game enjoying reffing a lot of the stars of today when they were aspiring footballers. Being a referee is fantastic you get to be on the frontline of some amazing football, there's...
Receive games in youth football as the person in the middle. Mentored and coached on your exclusive journey.
Working on the basics in the game and transition from player to referee
Offsides - 9 aside and 11 Aside Game
Positioning, angles, signs to look out for, always an interesting transition in football for players and referees. Accepting when refereeing on your own on occassion it might not go to plan.
Specific training to help and support referees learning to be an assistant referee. Being an assistant is easy "Right" its far from easy, some say its harder than being a referee, others love being an assistant refee. We will work with you on this and get you ready for those tough, fast games ahead.
The natural progression in your game, the way to promotion and those larger challenges. Understanding the expectations of the players, selling decisions and "no surprises".
Mentoring and coaching and getting you ready for promotion.
Look out for our different training camps and nights. Practical and theory, in person and online.
Do you know visualisation and its power as a referee?
Canb you read player body language?
So many difefrent training sessions.
Mentor & Coaching
Do you need a referee coach or mentor?
Whats the difference a mentor will help, guide and give advice when a day doesnt go to plan. If you require a coach be prepared to take constructive critism, to be the best you must know when you are wrong, you need to learn to reflect on your own game....honestly
Fitness Training and mixing with other officials, the fitness needs in refereeing are often different to those of players. Referees can't hide on teh field of play. Dynamic sprints when you've just covered the length of the pitch.