➡️ https://youtu.be/2X20pGYxpX8📅 Sep 29 18.00 GMT 00:00 Chair dancing 02:15 Introductions 00:00 Chair dancing 02:26 Introductions 13:27 Bullies Taking Bullies 23:27 Playing Distance and PS 41:30 Early Breaking Defenders on PCs 48:18 Hoofdklasse Hullabaloo 01:07:51 The Dropkick Goalkeepers: A Tribute Band 01:20:40 Bonus question – what to do if PC protective equipment is worn after […]
➡️ https://youtu.be/U-ZBEVQbkHQ📅 Sep 22 18.00 GMT We’re back with another livestream Q&A, but don’t let the following agenda fool you: we can talk about whatever you want to bring to the table! 00:00 Chair dancing 02:15 Introductions 22:46 Swearing and Dissent in Other Languages 41:00 Working with an unresponsive colleague 01:08:00 Is This A Red […]
In WUW Ep. 34 we answered the question of what to do when players briefing moved off the pitch while dribbling or ducking around defenders to lead for the ball. Now, we have attackers deliberately stepping off the pitch to deceive the opposition as to whether they’re involved in the game. Question from Simon Webb: […]
Was dissent worse than normal at the Eurohockey Championships 2021? And what do we do about dissent that moves into blaming the umpire territory? Question from Simon Webb: Check out when the next #WhatUpWednesday will go live. Join the fhu3t today! 🟢🟡🔴 🏑 Transcript To Follow #thirdteam #fieldhockey #hockey #umpire #umpiring #FIH #FIHumpires #umpirelife #hockeyumpiretips […]
International player turned commentator, Simon Mason has a thorough way of navigating his own interpretation of the rules.
You may have noticed that our hockey rule book isn’t very extensive and often the nitty-gritty information of tournaments is in specific regulations for that level or even just that event. But how do regulations relate to umpiring? Here we have umpire and official David Ellcock explain how umpires can fall victim to big errors […]
Sometimes the hard yards are not done on the field, or even in a gym. You may be doing the work when you receive pointed and seemingly personal criticism, and decide to address the problem head-on. Ali Keogh describes a period of intense self-reflection brought on by comments made by umpire managers about her facial […]
We have discussed this classic BELvGER highlight in several other #UmpireAtHome episodes but we want to bring you another perspective, that of the technical official on the game. In this #TBT, David Ellcock explains his role in getting the teams ready after a goal. Internationally, teams have 40 seconds after a goal which allows for […]