WNY Points of Emphasis

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WNY Points of Emphasis
2013 Season
Grade 5/6 Test
TEST PROBLEM AREAS
True or False?
• At a dropped ball restart, the ball hits the
ground and is played by Red #5 by flicking
the ball off the top of her foot to her head
and then heading the ball to her
goalkeeper. The goalkeeper makes no
contact with the ball which then enters the
Red team’s goal. The correct restart is a
corner kick.
FALSE
If the ball is dropped and enters
the goal …
• … before any player touches it:
– Re-drop
• … after being touched ONE time by ONE
player:
– Goal kick or corner kick
• … after a second touch by any player
(including the same player)
– Kickoff (goal awarded)
What do we do?
• A player tackles an opponent in a manner
which endangers the safety of that
opponent.
SEND OFF AND SHOW THAT PLAYER A
RED CARD
We have to get this one right!!!!
What’s the Restart?
• A throw-in, taken illegally under the
requirements of Law 15, results in the ball
violently striking an opponent. After
sending the thrower off and showing the
red card, you should restart the game with
a direct free kick for the opposing team to
be taken from the spot where the
opponent was struck.
FALSE
What’s the Restart?
A Blue player in the Blue penalty area
impedes the progress of an opponent by
physical contact.
A) Direct free kick
B) Penalty kick
C) Indirect free kick
What’s the Key Phrase?
A Blue player in the Blue penalty area
impedes the progress of an opponent by
physical contact.
“by physical contact”
Inside penalty area makes it PK
What’s the Restart?
• A goalkeeper standing inside his/her own
penalty area throws the ball deliberately
and viciously at a teammate standing
outside the penalty area.
INDIRECT FREE KICK
Misconduct?
A Red team official standing in the Red
technical area forcefully throws a full water
bottle at an opponent who is about to take a
throw in. The team official is guilty of violent
conduct.
FALSE
Who can commit misconduct?
1. Player
2. Substitute
3. Substituted player
What’s a “Team Official?”
“Someone on the roster who is not a player
or substitute.”
Sooooo … Don’t call it “misconduct”
Misconduct?
A substitute enters the field while the ball is
in play near the benches. You stop the
game and caution the substitute. The
caution must be reported as “entering or reentering the field of play without the
referee’s permission.”
FALSE
We miss this every year!
ATR 12.28.8: “Substitutes may be
cautioned and shown the yellow card only
for:
• Unsporting behavior
• Dissent
• Delaying the restart of play
If a substitute enters the field of play
illegally, the caution must be for unsporting
behavior….”
What do we call it?
The Blue team has just scored a goal resulting in the
score now being tied. With not much time
remaining, a Blue forward runs into the goal to
retrieve the ball and bring it back for the kick-off
restart as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, this
results in a tussle with the Red goalkeeper who was
also in the process of picking up the ball. You decide
to caution the Blue player. Given that the Blue player
was trying to restart play quickly, the caution must be
reported as unsporting behavior rather than delaying
the restart of play.
FALSE
It IS Delaying the Restart of Play
Yellow, Red or None?
A player is attacking the opponent's goal
from inside the penalty area. With the
defending goalkeeper and a fullback
guarding the goal, another defensive player
carelessly tackles the attacker and causes
the shot to be deflected wide of the goal.
For this incident neither a caution nor a
send-off is directed by the Laws of the
Game
Outside Agent?
During play, Blue #45 kicks the ball high and
it hits an overhanging power line. You
should stop the game and restart it with a
dropped ball.
FALSE
“Pre-existing condition” not “outside agent”
Cheating on a PK
After you have given the signal for a penalty
kick to be taken and before the ball is in
play, a teammate of the kicker rushes in,
takes the kick instead, and shoots the ball
into the net. You should:
• A) award a goal.
• B) award an indirect free kick to the
defending team.
• C) order the penalty kick retaken
Recent changes in application of
Law 14…
Player other than identified kicker takes kick
OR
Kicker “back heels” the ball
IFK to opponent at location of action
AR Procedure
The ball has completely crossed over the
goal line on (referee’s) side of the goal line.
Referee is certain of the decision and clearly
indicates a corner kick. The assistant
referee need not make any signal.
FALSE
Guide to Procedures
Assistant Referee
Provides confirming flag signal (45 degrees
downward toward near corner) after referee
indicates a corner kick when ball crosses
referee’s side of goal
PK Cheating
At a penalty kick, the kicking team commits
a Law 14 violation but the ball is saved and
controlled by the goalkeeper. You should
allow play to continue to maximize flow of
the game.
FALSE
REMEMBER!!!!
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Kicking team cheats
Ball does NOT enter goal
IFK to opposing team
“Why” it didn’t go in the goal does not matter
No such thing as “advantage” here
AR Signal
A penalty kick is taken and the defending
goalkeeper comes off the line early in order
to make the save. The lead AR should raise
the flag vertically in order to signal the illegal
goalkeeper movement.
FALSE
Guide to Procedures
“If the goalkeeper moved illegally and thus
prevented a goal from being scored, stays in
position and signals by holding the flag
across the lower body as shown.”
Adding names to roster?
Both teams have each already given you the
official 18-player roster. During warm-ups
before a game, Blue #34 (listed as a starting
player) and Red #18 (listed as a substitute)
get into a fight. You decide to send both
players off. Red #18’s name on the roster
may not be replaced by another name.
TRUE
ATR 5.17
“If a player is dismissed before the match
begins, the player may be replaced by a
named substitute, but the team is not
allowed to add any names to its roster and
its number of permissible substitutions is not
reduced.”
True or False?
A substitute runs onto the field of play and
violently kicks an opponent while competing
for the ball. The substitute is sent from the
field and shown the red card. The incident
must be recorded as serious foul play.
FALSE
Advice to Referee Defines
12.33 SERIOUS FOUL PLAY
It is serious foul play when a player uses
violence … when challenging for the ball on
the field against an opponent.
A
substitute
is not a
player
AR Position – PK vs. KFTM
• The position of the lead assistant referee
• A) is the same for penalty kicks as it is for the
taking of kicks from the mark.
• B) for penalty kicks is on the goal line in front of
the near flag.
• C) is not specified in the Guide to Procedures for
either penalty kicks or kicks from the mark.
• D) for kicks from the mark is where the penalty
area intersects with the goal line.
• E) for penalty kicks is where the penalty area line
intersects with the goal line.
Lead AR Position
PK vs. KFTM
True or False?
Red #9, who was playing at the end of the
first half, deliberately strikes a spectator
during the halftime break and is sent off for
violent conduct. Red #9 may be replaced by
a named substitute if the team has not used
all of its allowed substitutions.
FALSE
This isn’t high school …
Areas where we might make some changes
LOCAL INPUT
Referees aren’t calling fouls
• League feedback (Buffalo and Rochester
at least)
– Referees are letting too many fouls go
– Older age divisions (U14+)
WE NEED TO ADDRESS
THE CONCERNS OF OUR
CUSTOMERS!
A foul is a foul – regardless of
level of play
• A foul occurs when:
– Law is violated
– In the opinion of the referee
– Call every game the same?
What changes from Level to
Level?
• Is the foul TRIFLING?
• What factors influence this
decision?
–What players are tolerating
–What game will tolerate
–What competition authority says
NEWS FLASH
Things WE need to change
• Raise our standard of “trifling”
• My opinion on “how the game should be
played” – Irrelevant!
• (Youth) Players’ opinion has very little
bearing
• LEAGUES = Competition AUTHORITY
• Their direction: OUR DEFINITION OF
TRIFLING NEEDS TO CHANGE
How do we change?
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Do we ever call fouls that “aren’t” fouls?
Concentrate on “physical” fouls
Advantage – be careful!
Don’t look for reasons to “not call it”
Ignore “Let them play” commentary
You’re sure it’s a foul, but not sure if it’s
trifling – MAKE THE CALL.
Position on Ceremonial FK
You’ve set the wall – now what?
• Don’t blow the whistle yet
• Get to where you want to be
– Where do you want to be?
Which position do you like?
Players
gathered
here
A
B
C
E
D
Which position do you like?
Players
gathered
here
A
B
C
E
D
Which position do you like?
Players
gathered
here
A
B
C
E
D
Which position do you like?
Players
gathered
here
A
B
C
E
D
Key Points
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Get in position before you blow the whistle
Where is the action going to be?
Different view from AR
Close – not too close
Don’t be predictable

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