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Panoris has been used for K League referee’s training

It is not only players who are busy playing K-League. Judges who have to make fair and accurate judgments also have to be prepared for the new season.

The day begins at 9 am and ends at 9:30 pm. On days when there are no practice games, customized training depends on the situation.

The subject of the 20th training was offside. A fellow athlete in the offside position repeated the training to make a decision while setting the situation in which the goal was not accepted.

As well as the players, you can not miss the fitness training as much as you need to hit the ground for 90 minutes. According to last season’s statistics, the referee’s activity per game is close to 10 km. Those who have already passed the FIFA standards in January, but are in training to keep the body a little bit ahead of the start of the season.

Here’s the link to full press release.

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