Since we've had such a great time discussing the mechanics of flipping a coin (sigh), I thought I'd ask a question of the list as to how they deal with an injured player, specificially one that needs trainer / coach assistance. As a prelude to this, had a game recently where two players went up to head the ball and banged heads. One player came down, stopped play and called for the trainer. One of my ARs ran from his line to the point of injury (it was in front of the goal and I was maybe 5 yards from it) and proceeded to instruct the player on how to deal with the injury, despite my advice to remove himself and wait for the trained medical staff to deal with it. My position for quite a while is to get the trainer on the field and move away before they get there, since half the time the trainer is a coach and a certain percentage of those times the coach has no intention of dealing with the injury but is looking to "discuss" the incident. If I'm away from the player, it becomes obvious what the coach is doing and no one should be shocked if the coach then goes to the parking lot, doesn't pass go and doesn't collect $200. (I've only had to do that once). So am I right or is my nonmedically trained AR correct? (Ok, fine, I'm complaining). Now back to how to conduct a coin flip.