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Old 12-05-2012, 08:27 PM   #144
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You don't have the right to officiate foot faults as a receiver in Australia, from what I've read, and you only have a highly qualified right to do so as a last resort in the US.

So both associations know that you'll have problem players who think they have the right to do anything for a win by decreeing themselves de facto officials.

So most of what has gone on in this thread about calling foot faults, including your statements, is just plain illegal according to the codes of two national associations.

So maybe you can find some associations which give an unqualified right for the receiver to call a foot fault?




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Originally Posted by tennis tom View Post
End of story for you but not for me, you haven't named the "national association" that says it "cheating" to call foot faults, name it.
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