The phrase “football referee” is a fairly common one, and we all know that if you’re not doing your job well, your job is going to be called into question.
That’s where we come in.
With that in mind, we’ve put together a guide to what it means to be an Australian football referee.
The standard of refereeing is pretty good.
The Australian Football Federation has the highest referees’ rating in the world.
A survey conducted by the Australian Football League revealed that 93 per cent of referees in the league were of good or outstanding standards.
In 2014, the ICC recognised the referees’ standard of excellence and awarded the World Cup refereeing award.
The highest-rated referee in the game is the Australian, Shaun Lawrie, who received a score of 84.1.
And while there are some high-profile referees who can be controversial, they are far from being the only people doing their job well.
The World Cup is the world’s largest sporting event, attracting millions of people, and its referees have a reputation for being a respected group.
This can mean that some of their colleagues may not agree with their decision, or they may have to explain their actions to the media.
Some referees have been accused of misconduct.
A few years ago, former Australian referee Paul Denton was accused of “gross misconduct” by the ICC for comments he made about the “curse” of homosexuality, after he criticised the World Series of Football for failing to allow players to be on the pitch when they were gay.
The former Australian Rugby Union (ARU) official was later found guilty of misconduct and fined $300,000.
The ICC later said that he would not be allowed to referee any World Series matches for the next 10 years, and the Australian Rugby League said that the decision was made after “consideration of the views of the Australian and international community”.
There is a lack of accountability.
In the eyes of the law, referees are just “officials”, and can be dismissed if they have made mistakes, or have a “history of misconduct”.
They may also be accused of taking bribes, but these are generally seen as being a matter for the sport rather than the sport’s officials.
It is up to the players themselves to report such behaviour.
The referees are rarely held accountable.
When an incident is reported to a referee, it usually takes a while for the person who made the initial report to be held accountable for what happened.
This means that the person making the initial complaint may be able to say that he was wronged and should not have complained.
The most senior officials in the sport are usually the ones to act on these reports.
This has led to some of the worst cases of misconduct in the history of the game.
The referee is often a family man.
The game is a family affair, and some of those involved in officiating are very close.
Some people may even say that they are the referees fathers.
It may seem strange, but the game has been very protective of its officiating staff.
A recent report by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse revealed that, at least 10 current or former officials were involved in sexual assault and sexual abuse.
This is a worrying trend, and it could have a serious impact on the future of the sport.
The average referee is in his late 20s to early 30s.
There are some football referees in their 30s, but even those are rare.
For example, the average referee in his 40s is considered by most football officials to be the same age as a player’s average age, and is one of the most experienced referees.
The next oldest in the pecking order is the head referee, who is around 30 years old.
It can be hard to get referees to listen to the game in a timely fashion.
When a referee makes a decision, it is usually made on the spot, with no advance warning or consultation.
When it comes to decision-making, this can be a difficult time.
The problem is exacerbated when there is a game on.
This makes it difficult for the referee to understand what the game needs, and makes it even harder to explain the decisions to the crowd.
Many referees are also men.
There have been a number of cases in which men have been found guilty or given suspended sentences for misconduct.
This doesn’t mean that the game doesn’t need more women referees, but it does suggest that a lot of work has to be done to make sure the game remains safe for everyone involved.
Some fans are very critical of the referees.
Many of the games that Australia plays are popular in Asia, but they are very rare in Australia.
For that reason, some fans might see some of these incidents as part of a wider problem of the “boys club”.
There can be racial issues.
There has been a growing concern in Australia about race relations.
The fact that football