Improving officiating across the board
As a younger official with about 10 years experience, I still find myself learning new stuff every day. And I'd say the thing I learn from the most is different players' interpretations of rules and their attitudes toward officials.
So, as a community, what are you guys' views on how officials (in general) can be more well-respected? I understand that a lot of players complain just to complain, and a lot of players try to "get in the ref's head" - but what is it that we, as officials, can do (or shouldn't do) in order to gain more respect from players?
Bridgeville Rollerplex/Iceoplex at Southpointe
"That big ref with the glasses that can barely skate"