NFHS Soccer Dual System Mechanics

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NFHS Soccer Double Framework Mechanics. Tarrant Section TASO Soccer Oct 22, 2009 (Adjusted from: Secondary School Soccer Arbitrators Relationship of More prominent St. Louis Ordered and Altered by Mike Stosz). Destinations. Recognize obligations of double framework authorities

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NFHS Soccer Dual System Mechanics Tarrant Chapter TASO Soccer Oct 22, 2009 (Adapted from: High School Soccer Referees Association of Greater St. Louis Compiled and Edited by Mike Stosz)

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Objectives Identify obligations of double framework authorities Perform fundamental mechanics in recommended way Describe general examples of development Describe significant set positions utilized Identify duties of Lead/Trail authorities

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Authority and Procedures UIL Soccer Manual (Rule 5,Art 1) Sec 1204 Constitution and Contest Rules - Officials Pay structure 2009-10 NFHS Soccer Rules Dual-Officiating System, p.83

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Head Referee Conducts pre-diversion conference(s) and directions Make choices on focuses not secured by Rules Match specialist on tenets translation, gear legitimateness Who's the Head Referee? Arranged double will be assigned Unplanned double? Higher positioning

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Referee Team Pre-amusement Inspect field/players together Determine lead/trail headings (left or rt.) Decide touchline/objective line duties Review legitimate mechanics/systems Emphasize eye contact; counsel if necessary Simultaneous shriek – concede to head ref Coordination Issues Substitutions Injuries Restarts

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Pre-diversion with Coaches Don't "apologize" for doing a double Don't recommend match will be called contrastingly or that group's have to modify for double DO clarify method if 3 rd demonstrates DO address subs "registration" Do stretch authorities have measure up to expert on foul calls

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Responsibility for Restart Whistle Trail shrieks begin Lead shrieks begin Corner kick Penalty kick Free kick Throw In (Lead side) Kickoff(s) Drop Ball ? Objective Kick Throw In (Trail side) Subs – official in charge of restart shrieks

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Making the Call - Eye Contact Essential Referee who SEES the infringement, shrieks

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Dual System of Control Out of limits duty

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Keep play in the middle of on the 30-40 yard rope Adjust to stream – Lead Official keys on Lead Attacker

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No Touchline Hugging Flexible Pattern – requires high work rate to remain sufficiently nearby to play and still have the capacity to cover the offside choice

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Covering "pine box corner" Trail must press down with play. Lead is generally screened and should part his concentration to decide offside.

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Running off the field might be required Just like corner to corner framework? Lead official ought to be nearer to the objective than the hurler, with a specific end goal to cover objective scored and offside .

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Play close to the objective Lead ref over the objective might be essential, however may likewise trade off the offside choice.

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Set Positions Start of Play During play Free kick Corner kick Goalkeeper clearances Goal kick Penalty kick Throw in Drop ball

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Start of Play

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During Play Free Kick

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Free Kick in Attacking Half Trail arbitrator: Moves even with ball Covers: placement encroachment delays (Restart shriek when stylized. Guarantee Lead is in position.) Lead ref: Moves ahead for Play/objective scope (Eye contact or rehash DKF/IFK flag to show preparation.) A brisk restart will be a situating challenge

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Corner Kick Goalkeeper Clearance

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Goal Kick Penalty kick

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Throw In

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Dropped Ball Trail official controls drop ball Lead official expects play Direction of play could change rapidly Officials should be prepared to alter rapidly (NFHS Rules appear to Indicate that there is a Restart shriek on Dropped balls??? Don't!)

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Set Positions - Discussion? Questions? Begin of Play During play Free kick Corner kick Goalkeeper clearances Goal kick Penalty kick Throw in Drop ball

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Remember "Double in Dual System" is NOT spelled "duel" As usual, cooperation is the way to achievement.

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NFHS Soccer Dual System Mechanics Tarrant Chapter TASO Soccer Oct 22, 2009 (Adapted from: High School Soccer Referees Association of Greater St. Louis Compiled and Edited by Mike Stosz)

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