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Learn how to referee!

Great for referees and anyone else involved in the game! This book provides vital knowledge including the laws of the game and how to apply them, recognizing free kick and offside offenses and managing players. 161 pages.

Contents

Chapter 1 - Referees and the Laws of the Game

Chapter 2 - Before a game can start

Chapter 3 - Stops, starts and restarts

Chapter 4 - The referee's job

Chapter 5 - The only team without supporters

Chapter 6 - Offside ref!

Chapter 7 - Fouls and misconduct

Chapter 8 - Player management

Chapter 9 - Why referee?


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