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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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And why would all three referees commit the same mistake of picking the wrong player to make the charity shots?
KRU statement comes in the wake of a go slow over the weekend with claims from the referees society that they KRU) have outstanding arrears from last season totalling Sh6 million.
Collina was instrumental in promoting the use of additional referee and collaborating with Fifa in the experimentation of Video Assistant Referees (VAR).
Two other women, Uvena Fernandes and Riiohlang Dhar, are in the FIFA panel as assistant referees currently.
Following a recent meeting at Walton Hall Park attended by the County FA's referees team and officers of the Referees Association, Liverpool FA can confirm that the Liverpool Referees Society has arranged three meetings over the course of 2018 to support referees in the early stages of their careers.
The league said the 23 referees from last season will serve as video assistant officials who will call out offside goals and other incidents.
LAHORE -- The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday announced the umpire and match referee appointments for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017,which will be staged from June 1-18 at Cardiff Wales Stadium, Edgbaston and The Oval.
Bibiana Steinhaus has been one of the best female referees in the world and by performing consistently at a high level in the second division over the past few seasons, she has proved that she is among the best referees (man or woman) in Germany," said Ronny Zimmermann, the DFB's vice president in responsible for officiating.
The PLC is committed to provide logistic support for the referees to successfully officiate PLC organised matches with minimal impact on competing clubs by any refereeing decisions.
I do recommend that referees and linesmen be available for semifinals and finals.
It has been extrapolated that in each week of a competitive season more than one million referees take to the soccer pitch (3).
Reduce referees in the top league to 14 and assistant referees to 18, reduce referees in the second league to 16 and assistants to 20, and find young referees, under 28, from lower leagues, with their performance on the pitch being the main criterion.