What should be accepted and what not?

Bob Bhania and Dennis Rodman

We are not here to promote an array of technical fouls every game, but upon checking this video, I think we should look in the mirror and see for ourselves: What should be accepted and what should not?? Do you talk about situations like this in your pregame???  Lees “What should be accepted and what not?” verder

Teamwork!

In a crew of referees you are never alone. Make sure you are on the same page by creating a solid pregame talk. Make sure you know how to act in situations. The following clip shows a nice example of teamwork. Let’s check it and contemplate: Would we have called the same as the crew in the clip?? Would we have contacted our partner to upgrade the foul?   Lees “Teamwork!” verder

No charge zone… explained !

Since a couple of years we’re dealing with the no charge semi circle as the official wording is in the official rules. Took a while for me to build it into my system I have to confess (and I know some people think I still haven’t mastered it yet 🙂 )
Peter Smith uploaded a great video with good and decent explanation. Mind you: the rules have already changed a bit: a defender should have at least one foot in or on the area to be in the required spot!  Lees “No charge zone… explained !” verder

Traveling – Let’s get it right!

I’m sure that everybody studied the new traveling rules over last summers, and let’s be honest: we know better than coaches and players who are complaining.  Let me ask that one again: Do we really?
Peter McDonald made a great video about the new traveling rules. It’s a nice refresh for all us refs and even for players and coaches. Great work Peter! Lees “Traveling – Let’s get it right!” verder