Date:Tue, 7 Jan 2003 17:48:04 EST
Reply-To:[log in to unmask]Sender:Discussion of Topics for Soccer Referees <[log in to unmask]>
From:"Jonny (AYSO, Los Angeles, CA)" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:People Management - Ref Makes Mistake
As a follow up to the situation where a yellow card is given to the wrong
player, I asked the question which appears below. As I received no
responses, I thought I would ask again. If it is a question not worthy of
discussion, I apologize for reposting.
In a message dated 1/4/03 1:41:21 PM Pacific Standard Time, [log in to unmask]
> My question is this:
> The referee realizes that an error has been made at some point during the
> game, say half-time) regarding a YC/RC that has been issued. With respect
> to the aggrieved team/party, the referee can:
> a) Remain silent, or
> b) Explain that there is a realization that a mistake has been made, it
> cannot be rectified during the game, but will be noted in the game report.
> I can think of a number of pros and cons to both, but I would like to read
> the List's preferred course of action and why. Reasons not to choose the
> other course of action I am sure will be explained too.
> Many thanks, in advance.