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Updated: 08/14/2013 08:00:24AM

USSF Soccer referees hold class

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USSF ITIP Instructor Ken Miller explains “shielding,” as it pertains to preventing an opponent from gaining control of the ball, to Scott Mason and his son Jeston Mason as they attend Friday’s Referee Training class at Hunt Brothers Field in Lake Wales.


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John Bauman, USSF District Referee Administrator, fields questions from students attending the United States Soccer Federation ITIP Class on Friday at Hunt Brothers Field in Lake Wales.


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Students at Friday’s United States Soccer Federation ITIP Class listen closely as they learn the skill of refereeing at the Instructional Theory Into Practice (ITIP) class at Hunt Brothers Field. Sitting at the table are, (l to r): Caitlin Dick, Allison Dento, Mariah Daly and Brendon Brown. Standing behind are Daniel Robledo (left) and Ernan Gallardo (right).


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Fourteen-year-old Anna Daly enjoys a slice of pizza during a break at Friday’s United States Soccer Federation ITIP Referee Training Class at Hunt Brothers Field in Lake Wales.

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Class Instructor Ken Miller explains the use of the red and yellow penalty cards in the game of soccer at Friday’s United States Soccer Federation ITIP Referee Training Class at Hunt Brothers Field in Lake Wales.

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Class Instructor Ken Miller explains hand signals and the different sounds of the whistle that are used as a referee.

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United States Soccer Federation ITIP Class Instructor Ken Miller (center) welcomes future referees to Friday’s Instructional Theory Into Practice referee class at Hunt Brothers Field in Lake Wales.

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