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Old 02-24-2007, 11:59 AM   #16
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lol thanks for the "no brain activity" explaination

my best guess for the man unt incidents is, iv seen this before but the referee is a supporter Fulham, not sure if he is or not but it wouldnt surprise me, he made a booking for a tackle ok might of been right might not of been (i didnt see the match sorry), but when a worse one came in the last thing going through his mind is "shit if i red card him i will be kicked out the house by my missus and hated by all my fulham friends, shit shit shit, erm, free kick will do yeh"

and if a player was sent off for a non bookable tackle something went badly wrong with the refs eyesight, in this case the referee should of consulted the linesman and fourth official for a clear determination on what occured, instead of lashing out a straight red for an uncertainty.

the referee THEN after lashing out the card should of reviewed the footage after the match, realised it was wrong, made an apology and gone to the FA and asked them to revoke the 3/4 match ban he placed on him.


then again thats coming from someone who has yet to get his level 7 yet, (4 more days yey!), but like i said if it was me thats what i would do, Man Unt wise, thats my best guess unusual booking malarky
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lol

in all seriousness though, I wish you the best of luck.

Just do me a favor, if you are ever in the same room as mike riley, please kick him. The higher on the body the better.

Thanks in advance!
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well i would have to kick high to get him in the groin, something like a head shot isnt it?
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and if a player was sent off for a non bookable tackle something went badly wrong with the refs eyesight, in this case the referee should of consulted the linesman and fourth official for a clear determination on what occured, instead of lashing out a straight red for an uncertainty.

the referee THEN after lashing out the card should of reviewed the footage after the match, realised it was wrong, made an apology and gone to the FA and asked them to revoke the 3/4 match ban he placed on him.


then again thats coming from someone who has yet to get his level 7 yet, (4 more days yey!), but like i said if it was me thats what i would do, Man Unt wise, thats my best guess unusual booking malarky
Again with the brain power, man. Watch out for that.

I used to referee minor-league hockey. You are going to make mistakes, and you're going to make some bloody big ones. In every single game. It happens, though - it always will when one person is asked to make every judgment call on the fly for an hour, or 90 minutes, and keep up with the athletes while you're at it. My best advice is just to remember this, and when you do make a mistake, there is usually something to improve (your positioning, knowledge of the rules, etc) so you should find the thing you need to work on. That's how you become a better referee.

I wish you the best of luck. Maybe you can score me some World Cup tickets when you ref the finals?
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lol, yeh, its even a bigger bastard when the rules keep changing, every 3 years the FA decide to alter the offside rule so no-one ever knows the offside rule properly, and same with every other rule, stupid but what the hell.
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I referee basketball. People hate me.

I take it out on Pat Burrell come baseball season.
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my friends say why do it when you get hated...
i reply with....

the difference is.......?
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I take it out on Pat Burrell come baseball season.

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Hey pride, how did you think the ref handled the end of the carling final yesterday?
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you mean the big brawl?

well a ref can only do soo much without hitting someone,

if i got called in the middle of a brawl, i would blow my whistle very hard get my linesman and 4th official across to help seperate the teams, go speak to the managers, tell them to get there teams under control or i begin booking everyone, the main person(s) i would book after things are calm again are those who started the brawl, i would then warn the managers if it happened again i would call the game off because i am there to referee a football match, not a wrestling/ boxing match.
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i am there to referee a football match, not a wrestling/ boxing match.

Yes, but how COOL would it be if we could COMBINE the genres?

I'm onto something here and you know it!
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Old 02-27-2007, 12:11 PM   #29
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i think we already did, its called either:-

Man unt vs Arsenal
Man Unt vs Chelsea
Arsenal vs Chelsea
Anyone vs Millwall

and a nice local one for me

Newcastle vs Sunderland
geordies vs Mackems

thats your boxing football genres
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or to sum it up in one name

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