Be a Referee! v2

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    Be a Referee! v2

    by: LiveDuo 59 4.6

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    A must-have for every football lover in the world or anyone who wants to be(become) a soccer/football association referee or to learn about his favorite game rules and facts. You can learn whether a real referee should show a colored card(yellow or red) whether he should show the corner flagpost whether whistle to interrupt the match or to make signals with his hands refereeing the game...

    It includes all Official Fifa's Laws from the official laws book "Laws of the Game 2010/2011" and other information.

    You can also learn all the essesential and test your knowledge to get the qualification and use the for a job as a real referee. Except from this you will only need equipment kit and some training with the uniforms :-D

    Wikipedia on Referee:
    A referee presides over a game of association football. The referee has "full authority to enforce the Laws of the Game in connection with the match to which he has been appointed" (Law 5), and the referee's decisions regarding facts connected with play are final, so far as the result of the game is concerned.
    The referee is assisted by two assistant referees (formerly known as linesmen), and in some matches also by a fourth official or even a fifth official. The fifth official was first introduced by FIFA in 2006. The match officials utilise a positioning system known as the diagonal system of control. UEFA have also trialled the use of additional assistant referees who have jurisdiction over the goal areas and help interpret incidents in the immediate goal area or if the ball has crossed the goal line in the act of scoring a goal.
    Referees are licensed and trained by the same national organisations that are members of FIFA. Each national organisation recommends its top officials to FIFA to have the additional honour of being named a FIFA official. International games between national teams require FIFA officials. Otherwise, the local national organisation determines the manner of training, ranking and advancement of officials from the youngest youth games through professional matches.

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