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Old Thu Jun 09, 2016, 11:49am
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If we lived in a world where everyone always did it the correct way, then absolutely yes...

Many times there is more value in dealing with mistakes in a game situation than there is reading about them or reviewing situations like this in a classroom or on a message board. The key is that if a trainer is going to intentionally make an error for the purpose of learning, he/she should do so in the proper setting (i.e. a scrimmage where both teams understand that the umpires are also training).
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