Selecting & tracking position
What is important to know is that there are no fixed appointments where the referee should exactly stand. It is always up to the referee to decide independently what, given the circumstances (interaction between players, field, weather, etc.) is the correct position. A nice example of an appointment from the past is that the referee had to stand on the goal line at a corner kick.
At this moment we see this is more like advice, where the referee may always deviate due to circumstances. It is important that the referee always chooses the right solutions and is capable of duels, judge and sell his decision by his position choice.
Applying game rules
It is up to the referee to ensure a consistent line to show. When an umpire is consistent at all times without taking into account
To have a good authority and to get players to respect you, it is important to make the right decisions. This becomes a lot easier with professional referee headsets, which allow you to interact with your assistants crystal clear, to make decisions without any confusion.