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Discussion in 'Assessments' started by UKColt, Mar 5, 2017.

  1. Charlie Jones

    Charlie Jones Work Until You Don't Have To Introduce Yourself Level 7 Referee

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    aye I also got told that if you are maybe around the 16/17 game mark but marks are good then you can be sailed through to level 6 ... much easier to do the 6-5 with games IMO
     
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  4. UKColt

    UKColt Member Level 7 Referee

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    Yeah, the toughest part is the 7-6 because of when most seasons begin & end.

    There are 21 weekends between 1st October - 28th February, so you can do one middle a week and get to 20 in the 6-5 part.
     
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    James Long Well-Known Member Level 5 Referee

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    April/May are good for getting games in as, certainly round here, there are midweek games to get on to.
    Although for 5-4 this year they arent going to count so much as they have set a min 15 on a Saturday.
    Weather wont have helped meaning there will be less to get through
     
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  6. WilliamD

    WilliamD Active Member Level 7 Referee

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    Hi all - my first observation (7-6) is this Saturday. Also my first game on that league (it's a preferred league for observation so we are encouraged to join it).

    Would you believe I'm most worried about equipment/jewellery checks. This is park football and obviously I'm not checking with NARa as they come out of imaginary changing rooms. There are players arriving at all times, changing on the side of the pitch 3 mins before the match etc. Normally the teams are huddled before the match and I go over and introduce myself and do a check but it's not formally organised in a line up etc...do you think the observer will be looking for something a bit more organised and "official" or can I expect a tolerance for the park?
     
  7. CA

    CA Well-Known Member Level 4 Referee

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    As long as you check the player's equipment, that'll be fine. The observer will understand and appreciate that you're not able to do it beforehand.

    I would get the players to line up and take your time to make sure the observer spots you checking the equipment though.
     
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