Think it was more likely that a Colombian would have intercepted the ball which then turned into two passes and a goal within seconds. That for me tells me it was a promising attack.
Edit:also add to it the surprise element. To me it was a stop and drop situation.
It is the player that is cautioned not the keeper. The keeper hasnt circumvented the law the player has.
Keepers are not Sanctioned for handling offences in their own except for if they touch the ball a 2nd time, before another player, after a restart and that SPA or DOGSO.
So what you are saying is that a new referee who qualifies in 2021 should go back and read all the circulars? And to what date should they do this?
We're not in a court of law here where we can/should rely on secondary law, or case law or orders or regulations.
The LotG book should say...
As a solicitor you will probably have noticed that if you followed the good book and all its relevant circulars you would come out with some interesting decisions given its poor copy..
Let's not get caught up on a circular that predates the current edition of the laws. The game expects...
It's an option, but the problem with an electric whistle is you lose all of the communication that comes from the whistle.
Being able to vary tones and severity of the whistle (eg long hard blast for SFP, little pip for careless foul or play restart etc.) could lead to other match control...
Yes. I had heard of some forgoing reg fees again as well.
I think had our county not laid on as much as they had then I'd have begrudge it a tad more but ultimately the refereeing budget has to come from somewhere.
Have you thought about trying a different whistle? A different tone and loudness maybe that causes less discomfort?
Unless you are reffing in front of big crowds, I can only see the whistle causing any hearing detrimental impact to the health of your ear.
I suppose the best advice is if you...