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Doug Rutter

Great Post! One of the best early lessons an experienced referee taught me was not to watch a ball in flight. Instead focus on the area where the ball will land. There are no Laws governing a ball in flight (assuming it stays in play), all the action is where the ball is going. That was a had habit to break, but an essential practice!

vetshak

Fantastic advice!

Steve Horton

Good concept. Mind if I use this as basis for a recertification presentation?________________________
Not at all. Please indicate the source, and if you need any elaboration, let me know. Bob.

Jim Kreuziger

I wish I had seen this when it was posted. I was helping teach a segment at an AYSO Intermediate class today and this pretty much summed up an hour and a half of instruction!

I'll use this and give you the credit it deserves!

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