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Title: Game Management Model: Foul Selection/Recognition, Flow and Game Control


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Game Management ModelFoul Selection/Recognition
,Flow andGame Control
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Game Management Model
  • Objective
  • More game flow and less stoppages
  • Play through trifling, minor, soft challenges
  • Michel Platini, UEFA President tells BBC Sport
  • "Football is based on speed, pace, and rhythm.
    And if you interrupt the flow of the game, you
    kill the game's spirit."

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Game Management Model
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Game Management Model
If implemented correctly, the results can be
positive MLS 2008 3.5 less fouls per
game Results in - Approx 2 minutes more time ball
in play Results in - More time for players to
exhibit skills Results in - Increased
entertainment value
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Game Management Model
SAFETY ENTERTAINMENT 100 MISCONDUCT
What is the CORE?
SAFETY
  • Safety of the players over Flow and Foul
    Selection

ENTERTAINMENT
  • Game flow/less stoppage increases enjoyment
  • Think entertainment value
  • Advantage to goal

100 MISCONDUCT
  • Misconduct is misconduct
  • NO gray areas discipline is clearly needed
  • Mandated by the Laws of the Game

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Game Management Model
What is the TRIANGLE?
SAFETY ENTERTAINMENT 100 MISCONDUCT
Foul Selection
Identify the types of small/minor challenges that
the players will accept.
Foul Selection/ Recognition
  • Appropriate foul selections are ones that make
    sense given
  • The location on the field
  • The type of challenge committed
  • The opportunity for a successful result from the
    application of flow
  • The eventual impact on game control given the
    big picture of the match

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Game Management Model
What is the TRIANGLE?
SAFETY ENTERTAINMENT 100 MISCONDUCT
FLOW
  • The ability of a referee to manage the
  • game so that the ball is in play by
  • eliminating unnecessary stoppages

Foul Selection/ Recognition
flow
  • Correctly differentiating the trifling
  • challenges from the careless/reckless fouls,
  • officials can ensure more rhythm to the game.

Remember this? The game is meant to be played
with as little interference as possible. Constant
whistling for trifling or doubtful offenses
brings the game into disrepute and spoils the
pleasure of the spectators.

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Game Management Model
What is the TRIANGLE?
GAME CONTROL
SAFETY ENTERTAINMENT 100 MISCONDUCT
GAME CONTROL
The ability of the referee to find the right mix
of Foul Selection and flow
Foul Selection/ Recognition
flow
  • How you set the tone for what is acceptable in
    the game and
  • what is not acceptable
  • Presence and how the referee projects his
    personality on the
  • game
  • More game control is needed when the players
    actions
  • indicate they do not want to play within the
    spirit of the Laws of
  • the Game

High level of game control more Foul Selection
and flow Low level of game control less Foul
Selection and flow
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Game Management Model
What is the BIG PICTURE?
Atmosphere and mood of the match
  • Referees should consider asking
  • Does player need the card?
  • Does the game need the card?

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BIG PICTURE
Game Management Model
100 Misconduct
Cautionable Foul or Hard Foul ? Yellow Card ?
or Red Card?
There are NO gray areas
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Game Management Model
Considerations for Implementation
  • Recall previous action
  • Players skill
  • Probability of Success vs. Risk
  • Wait and See
  • Warning Signs
  • Feel

Advantage signal visual/verbal message
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Game Management Model
Trifling / Minor / Soft Challenges
  • Player safety
  • Not careless, reckless or
  • excessive force
  • Attacking player stops playing
  • Player has been target
  • Feel

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Proper Use of Discretion Leads To Game Flow
Game Management Model
  • All fouls are challenges, but
  • All challenges are not fouls
  • Advantage is flow, but
  • Flow is more than advantage
  • Foul discrimination leads to flow
  • Use your discretion

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Trifling / Minor / Soft Challenges
Examples for Flow
  • Upper body challenges
  • Tugs and holds (non tactical)
  • Incidental contact

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Game Management Model
WARNING SIGNS?
Key indicators that the referee needs
LESS Foul Selection
  • LESS FLOW

MORE GAME CONTROL
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Game Management Model
WARNING SIGNS?
  • Foul near the team benches
  • Wet field comfort level
  • to make tackles increases
  • Tackles extend from 3 yards to 7 yards
  • Sequence / succession / repetition of challenges
  • in a short time span (cluster fouls)

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WARNING SIGNS?
  • More body contact
  • Mismatched body contact
  • (feet versus chest, head versus knee)
  • Change from containment defense to high
  • pressure and chase
  • Challenges (including 50-50) and apparent
  • challenges on the goalkeeper
  • Near the touchline and no way out for the
  • ball or the player

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Game Management Model
WARNING SIGNS?
  • Retaliation foul after play
  • restarts
  • Player into goal to retrieve ball after a score
  • The winning team protecting the ball at the
  • corner flag to use time
  • Excessive fouls on the skillful player (play
    maker
  • and scorer)

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WARNING SIGNS?
  • Escalation in the severity of
  • fouls
  • Frustration level of players increasing
  • Dissent increasing
  • Player feedback from both teams indicating
  • we dont want flow
  • Score and time

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Advantage
4 P Principle
Possession of Ball Potential for attack
Personnel Proximity to goal
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