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referee

A person—ideally one who is respected by his or her peers—who speaks (refers) on the behalf of another.
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The case of Deniz Ecoban, who broke down and resigned suddenly after a match between KasympaE-a and Ecaykur Rizespor, is another interesting chapter in Turkish refereeing history.
The questions were standardized in order to precisely characterize the activities related to refereeing to account for only the sports injuries that occurred in the three situations previously defined as: (a) during a soccer match; (b) during physical training; and (c) during the physical tests applied by the FCF or Brazilian Soccer Confederation (CBF).
This hub is a fantastic way of supporting existing referees who are studying at Newcastle University as well as creating opportunities for those who wish to get into refereeing.
GULF NEWS: What do you think about the standard of refereeing this season?
Guest speaker for the evening was level three and FIFA assistant referee Jane Simms, who spoke about her career progressing up the refereeing ladder and her European appointments.
Pearson added: "Referee coaching is where I always saw myself going after refereeing at the top level, and this is the perfect job for me.
He said: "I have been involved in refereeing since I was 14 and this excellent news makes that commitment all the more worthwhile.
The skills now for refereeing are less about being the 'man in black' and more about being a manager of decisions.
John proved a faultless administrator, providing and supporting the structure essential for the smooth running of a foremost refereeing body.
I really enjoy refereeing and it is a privilege to be refereeing games at this level," said Helen, currently in her first season in the Wearside League.
At the base of the discussion about decisions is the question as to whether refereeing is an art or a craft (Plessner and Betsch, 2002).