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Question Number: 34652

Other 8/1/2022

RE: Adult

Steven Baskett of South Penrith, NSW Australia asks...


I can't remember a certain site years ago where you could downsample match game sheets or penalty kicks sheets. Also this site had tips for refereeing tips like one liners to say it was a classic. Any chance anyone has links to site with useful downdocuments for refereeing.

Answer provided by Referee Joe McHugh

Hi Steven
I used the sheets for a time provided on the Ken Aston site

I amended the game sheet by pasting over the sections at the sides which I replaced with a rough KFTPM score table on the left and two three section tables on the right to record player out, substitute and time. My memory of reasons for cautions was always good so all I needed to recall was the number and the time not what it was for rather than having to use a codes aide memoir. I blanked that code section which I used to write in say dissent, foul, DTROP etc With no disrespect to Mr Ken Aston I also pasted in my association logo in the picture area.

I pasted two of those then into an A4 sheet which I printed off and photocopied. I then trimmed the sheets to size, to fit inside my match booklet. That worked well for me
I hope that helps

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