hard and loud
A referee does not have to be in any specific position to blow the whistle; they could do it from anywhere they like, but obviously it will often be from somewhere near any foul that occurred or at least near the play at the time.
In essence yes. In soccer there is no countdown and generally a referee won't blow the final whistle until the ball crosses the halfway line or is played out of danger. So there is no way that you could be right in front of the goal (or on the attack) and have a referee blow the whistle just before you kick it in.
After the full 90 minutes have been played, the referee will have to add extra time to injury or substitution.
the referee will blow his whistle and stop the play
The end of a sports match can be indicated by the blowing of a whistle, the sounding of a horn. In football the referee will decide the actually moment that the game will end and will blow three times on their whistle to signify that the game has ended.
it's job is to blow the whistle when is needed and most importantly is he always take the final dession
twice for halftime. 3 times for the end of the game.
When a football player gets a red card or yellow or out of bounds.
You blow your fingers in your mouth.you can blow with a real whistle.when you whistle you blow loud.