Please, Don’t scream at the children
By Mike Woitalla @MikeWoitalla
Within the last few weeks, while coaching and refereeing, I observed a couple of very different kinds of youth coaches.
One played more than a decade of pro soccer, appeared for the U.S. national team, and runs a successful youth… Go To Full Post
In Memory of Moe Geromette
I have known Moe for over 35 years as a Referee, Coach, Board Member, and as a Friend. And this association was extremely rewarding for me on a personal level. His unique brand of humor had real substance and always brightened any conversation and… Go To Full Post
In case of emergency — be ready
By Dev K. Mishra, M.D.
An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a written set of systems and processes that are followed if a serious health or environmental condition occurs.
By having a plan and rehearsing it ahead of the season it gives an… Go To Full Post
Refereeing: the key part is to start — and to be fit
By Randy Vogt
Every beginner is a winner! If you are just starting out officiating, then you have not made anywhere near the number of mistakes I’ve made on the field, and hopefully you never will.
I began… Go To Full Post