“Mal announces new date for the Respect the Referee and Fair Play Awareness weekend,again asking all Junior Leagues to get behind it because Don’t X The Line will simply not go away, Smoke free touch lines,good touch-line behaviour and Respect to the referee, what more could we ask,please support us on the 6th-7th April,we are in talks with NSPCC, to get involved with us and help us protect children from Irate adults at Junior Football Leagues.do you think this is a good move for DXTL.?
“Mal, talks about the April showers hoping that this April, does not bring them let us hope for plenty of sunshine and plenty of football with loads of Respect,starting this weekend for Respect the Referee and fair play weekend,Play also talks to football manager Andy from Olympic juniors about his worries over children simply burning themselves out with the midweek games about to start,some children could be playing up to five games per week,is this acceptable.?
“Mal was finally at some junior football today a bit on the chilly side but many braved the cold biting wind to turn out either to play, watch, organise,or Referee,it was great to see a lot of smiling faces,each and everyone of them were reminded of the awareness weekend on the 6th-7th April.and what they can do to become involved. Also are the kids going to be burnt out with playing many games in a week due to the midweek games and fixture congestion.how do you feel about this.?