Of course you had never thought of it that way. What a bunch
At 05:18 PM 01/02/2003 -0800, Michael Lance wrote:
>Interesting situation three weeks ago: Arrived for a HS V-B match
>assigned as a Dual (no, I don't like doing dual especially varsity
>boys!). One team in yellow, the other in black, yellow keeper in green,
>black keeper in white. Being the first referee there, naturally assumed
>long sleve red.
>Second referee arrived about 10 minutes later, and asked if I had a blue
>long sleve and if so could we go in blue. No problem (since I got a
>complimentary long sleve OSI blue at a regional amateur tournament
>sponsored by OSI and Addidas), but asked why? Response from my fellow
>referee "Red is an adversarial color, especially in soccer."
>Had not thought about it that way! Maybe black, blue, green, etc.,
>might be perceived differently than stepping on to the field wearing
>caution or send-off colors....