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  1. Kes

    Severity of Foul

    I'd just go with the quiet word rather than the public rebuke. By the very fact that you're publicly "rebuking" the player and telling them that the next one will be a caution, for me, you're basically sending the message out that you should have cautioned him anyway? Not trying to be overly...
  2. Kes

    How About A Nice (Refereeing) Limerick?

    That's more like it Scotland. :D
  3. Kes

    Cards, when to start?

    Trying to visualise that. :confused: Help me out here .... ?
  4. Kes

    How About A Nice (Refereeing) Limerick?

    I think this thread has somewhat died. It weren't my fault - I only tried To see what verse might come to light And some was good but some was sheeite. Ciley tried his very best To throw his oar in with the rest JamesL and others showed the way But as for "Yorkshire" .... ...Let's not say...
  5. Kes

    Its snowing

    You're a dark horse Jeff and no mistake .... ;) :D
  6. Kes

    Its snowing

    Man up Snowflake!! ;) :D
  7. Kes

    Off the Ball

    Based on personal experience of this myself, you have two realistic choices here: 1. For the first instance, do as others on here have already advised and just tell the complaining players to stop moaning since it's their AR's mistake not yours ("play to the whistle"). Or - it's unlikely that...
  8. Kes

    Off the Ball

    He's talking about Club Assistants mate. (CAR). ;)
  9. Kes

    How About A Nice (Refereeing) Limerick?

    A frustrated young Linesman from Hull, Found his match so exceedingly dull, That he ate both his flags, Smoked two packs of fags And scoffed Twixes and Mars Bars til full. I'm on a roll people .... :D
  10. Kes

    Why don’t we learn from rugby?

    Culturally they're different and always have been. How often do you see opposing football fans all sat/stood next to each other at matches like you do at rugby? :rolleyes: My own take on it, is that rather than the other way around, rugby is learning from football in terms of behaviour. It's...
  11. Kes

    How About A Nice (Refereeing) Limerick?

    Erm ... I don't think Yorkshire and Scotland have quite got the hang of this ... :rolleyes: :D
  12. Kes

    How About A Nice (Refereeing) Limerick?

    Follically Challenged. As the player's boot bounced off my head, I immediately brandished the red. He cried "Ref, it ain't fair, That you've got no hair, And I volleyed your bonce instead!!" :p
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    How About A Nice (Refereeing) Limerick?

    One or two wordsmiths out there clearly. :) And one or two .... well .... not wordsmiths. :redcard: :D Here's another to be going on with: A female official named Nellie, Found the teams that she refereed smelly. She decided one day To just simply stop play And go home and watch Friends on...
  14. Kes

    How About A Nice (Refereeing) Limerick?

    No budding Wordsworths, Blakes or Kiplings out there then? :wide: Oh come on!! :p :smoke:
  15. Kes

    Mike Dean

    Then don't preach to the converted. I was brought up on the coast and so am well acquainted with how it looks. It's still bloody cold though at the best of times. ;) I only commented in a light-hearted way anyway .... wish I hadn't bothered now ..... :rolleyes:
  16. Kes

    Jewellery Again

    Didn't say we were or weren't. In any event, the first 4 examples given could be said of "some" referees at any level.
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    Mike Dean

    Rubbish. Don't give in to Project Fear. ;)
  18. Kes

    Mike Dean

    Each to their own I suppose. :wtf: Give me somewhere warm and sunny any day. :rolleyes:
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    Jewellery Again

    Six second law. Encroachment at penalty kicks. Dissent (certainly at top level). Unsporting Behaviour (ie feigning injury/assault) Time wasting. All the above are given the "laissez faire" treatment in the Premier League. ;)
  20. Kes

    Mike Dean

    Lol. Mike must be fond of a treat then. Cleethorpes or Skegness in the winter. :D Maybe that's all he can afford on the paltry salary Premier League referees are paid .... :hmmm: ;) :p
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