Unformatted text preview: Q: How do I report serious injury or misconduct while officiating? A: Complete and submit a referee report to the Assignor and the Assistant State Referee Administrator, Brady Robinson [email protected] within 48 hours of the incident. Q: Must I file a referee report? A: A referee report must be submitted to the State Office for any match during which a red or yellow card is issued, someone is seriously injured, or there is an unusual incident (a coach or other non-player is ejected; a match is terminated, etc.). Q: Where do I get a referee report form? A: A form is available on the ERSA web site, or contact the Director of Referees at [email protected] . Q: I didn't register last year; do I have to go through another 16 hour clinic? A: Any referee who was not registered the previous year may be certified at the grade he/she previously held by taking a re-certification clinic. Contact the southeastern district Referee Administrator for approval....
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- Spring '09
- Association football, referee report, Laws of the Game, East Ridge Soccer Association, East Ridge Soccer, Ridge Soccer Association