Malta Football Association
Dec 14, 2016
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Referees News

The COREMALTAunit within the Refereeing Centrelast weekend organised a day-seminar for the COREMALTA programme participants.

Guest lecturer Samantha Tabone (Sport Psychologist) animated the next presentation aboutmental preparation for a match, mental routines which can assist officials to focus on the present and the task/match assigned to them.This session also included a number of practical exercises to test the level of concentration of the participants.


Match situations involving local officials in domestic leagues, was the fourth presentation delivered by Assistant Director of Refereeing Philip Agius, who stressed on the importance of the cooperation between the referee and his assistants, the appropriate flagging techniques, and proper use of communication equipment so as to reach more uniformity.


Stephen Mallia, Head of the COREMALTA Unit, concluded the seminar by underlining that the primary goal of the COREMALTA programme was to create a healthy environment for participants to help develop them to their fullest potential in a friendly competitive atmosphere. He wished the participants every success and noted with satisfaction the positive attitude they adopted during the seminar with their enthusiasm and spirit.

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