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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 Nov 2012 at 18:46
Originally posted by RedOrDead RedOrDead wrote:

Is this a joke? Never heard of Glen Jackson? Never heard of posting in the appropriate forum?

Tim Beddow was, as I remember a referee to Level 2 standard a few years back and officiated at Redruth games a few times. Someone who just didn't sit and pontificate but went and did it. Who dictates what the appropriate forum is? 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2012 at 14:24
Well guys you seem more interested in my punctuation
Than refereeing standards ?
I'm not bitter I referee on the national panel ,
I'm concerned about the standard of refereeing
I know there s not just one path , with regards to sport coaching or officiating
It's the supporters I believe who are being short changed
I'm just voicing a concern that the succession planning is
Candidate driven not process driven
We should be going after the best people not just
Working with what's turned up or stuck to the wall
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2012 at 15:13
With all due respect to the two learned gentlemen
You mention , the days of turning up with your kit bag
After work pulling out your whistle and your comb and
Not even warming up are thankfully long gone
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2012 at 19:25
I don't accept for one minute that ex-players make better referees.  Having suffered through Sean Davy again at the weekend being a top tier player should make no difference to your referee promotion prospects. 

Agree whole heartedly that referees are spoiling the game, through no fault of their own really they don't try and be rubbish and ruin everyone's day or so they say. 

Something has to be done but encouraging former players can only be a small part of it.  I've heard some pretty shocking things about the referees appraisals and how they don't really criticise the refs ever.  That is more important than what the refs careers were in their 20s.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2012 at 20:14
Referees are bullet proof ,in the appraisal you
Get three things you could improve on .
When did the last referee get performance managed out
Due to a substandard performance ?
Andy Robinson resigned but key mistakes by the
Officials went a long way to deciding the outcomes of
That game and many others.
The assessment are very kind to say the least and very subjective
Without in depth video analysis
But the facts are refereeing does not have enough
Referees and even less who can do the job at the
Top levels
Something has to change when we have referees telling players
What to do , to make it easier for them to referee
I've been through the process and the analysis we used
Came from mike winnel and me and my playing assessment .
Lets call it self certification
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Dec 2012 at 15:30
Originally posted by Janner100 Janner100 wrote:

Originally posted by RedOrDead RedOrDead wrote:

Is this a joke? Never heard of Glen Jackson? Never heard of posting in the appropriate forum?
Who dictates what the appropriate forum is? 

Just stumbled upon this thread again, I had forgotten all it. In answer to your question Janner100, it's usually not who, but what - netiquette and common sense. In this instance, it was ultimately the moderator who eventually moved it.
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