An article was included in the September 2010 instructional articles on the NISOA Web Site about suggested ways to isolate a player when handling misconduct, or potential misconduct. Based on some comments received, there may be additional successful suggestions for isolating a player by the Referee. If you have a suggested mechanic that has worked for you, we invite you to add a comment below to share with other NISOA members.
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Great day of NISOA official training in Columbia, SC! Thankful for the great instruction and (as always) lively discussion. #project365 #day19 #soccerofficial #nisoa #ncaa #thebeautifulgame ⚽️
Had a great time yesterday, presenting with @nisoadotcom legend Don Wilbur at the SCISOA Winter meeting. Five hours of video clips and other instructional material went by so fast. Great group of officials!
Dan Robathan demonstrates Careless, Reckless & Excessive Force with a cup 🥤⚽️ #RefereeDevelopment #Creativity
We do. Thank you for your hospitality and fellowship!
🤗 // Thank you to everyone who visited #PRO’s popular booth at #CHI19.
It was great to meet you all and we hope you enjoyed having fun with our tests and challenges.
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