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You Make The Call - Going In Hard

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George Faragallah

Published on May 17, 2010 in General

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George Faragallah

NISOA lost yet another one of its giants with the passing of George Faragallah, CA on May 13, 2010.  George held many positions within NISOA including serving as Director of Assessment, Area Coordinator for Region X, National Clinician and National Referee.  George also served as an assessor at the NAIA Championships and the World International […]

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Fitness

Published on May 12, 2010 in General

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NISOA Player

Be Fit to Referee, Not Referee To Be Fit Kenneth L. Kaylor, M.D. INTRODUCTION To be an excellent NISOA Soccer official you must master and maintain three very different skill sets: Knowledge of the rules, courage and values to make the right calls, and physical fitness. Developing and maintaining fitness may be the most challenging […]

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NISOA Hall of Fame

Published on May 11, 2010 in General

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Uniform Display

For approximately 10 years, the NISOA Hall of Fame Exhibit was hosted in the National Soccer Hall of Fame Building in Oneonta, New York.  In February 2010, the museum portion of the Hall of Fame was closed.  During this time the NISOA inducted their recipients at the same time as the National Soccer Coaches Association […]

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You Make the Call - In the Penalty Area

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2010 NFHS Rules Changes

For Immediate Release Contact: Mark Koski INDIANAPOLIS, IN (May 1, 2010) — The official signals used for high school soccer have been modified to reflect common practice. This was one of 11 changes approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Soccer Rules Committee at its January 25-27 meeting in Indianapolis. The […]

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Referee Nuts and Bolts - May 2010

Volume 15,”Referee Nuts and Bolts”, May 2010. By: Bob Sumpter, NISOA, Florida This monthly column is written primarily for the college and high school soccer Referee. However, any soccer Referee who wishes to improve personal performance may also find that this series is helpful. All articles address those BASIC techniques, procedures, practice alternatives, and skills […]

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Management Styles

By: John Van de Vaarst, NISOA National Clinician, New Jersey What is a manager? An individual who plans, directs/makes decisions, organizes and controls a group of individuals to a particular outcome.  In effect, a Referee is a manager responsible for the control of the game and to ensure it is played within the established set […]

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Personal Fitness, Position, and Game Control

By: Gary Huber, NISOA Director of Assessment, Missouri One of the more frequent observations by Assessors is that not only our fitness levels need improvement, but that in some instances the ability to take effective positions during a game needs to be given some attention. It would do us all good to spend a couple […]

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NISOA Intercollegiate Uniform Dress Code

(The following NISOA Policy reminds NISOA members of the importance of dress in meeting professional behavior, performance, and appearance expectations in our assigned games.) NISOA believes that appropriate attire worn by members of an NISOA Referee Team at all intercollegiate game assignments, whether regular season, post-season, or other intercollegiate tournament game assignments, promotes the image […]

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