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More refs needed for youth soccer league

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Guam Football Association continues to look for referees for the upcoming Cars Plus GFA Robbie Webber Youth Soccer League fall season. With the increase in size more referees will be needed so the GFA will be conducting the free referee course this Saturday and Sunday from 8-11:30am and 1:30-5pm both days. All interested participants at least 14 years of age are asked to bring a notebook and pen to the lecture session and training wear and whistle for the practical session.

GFA director of referees Jimmy Somogod told KUAM Sports, "We are going to deal with the rules of the game for the beginners. The fouls and misconduct and of course the rule 12 how to deal with the young players and to deal with different age categories and some practical session and basic handling of the youth league."

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