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SOCCER 2005-06 The Field of Play Rule 1-5-1 POE #3 Marking the field Observe minimum distances Discuss MechaniGram Revised soccer field diagram Substitutions Rule 3 ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: SOCCER 2005-06


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SOCCER 2005-06
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The Field of PlayRule 1-5-1 POE 3
  • Marking the field
  • Observe minimum distances
  • Discuss MechaniGram
  • Revised soccer field diagram

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SubstitutionsRule 3, Section 3
  • Reorganization of Section 3
  • Become familiar with revisions
  • Next 5 slides highlight re-organization of Rule
    3, Section 3

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SubstitutionsRule 3-3-2 POE 5
  • Pay attention to substitute situations
  • Review rules and play rulings
  • Discuss MechaniGram

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SubstitutionsRule 3-3-2b
  • Deemed injured by the referee
  • Collision Referee stops clock to assess
  • Previous rule
  • Players do not necessarily have to leave the
    field
  • Coach may request that a player leave

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SubstitutionsRule 3-3-2b
  • Subs from the bench
  • MechaniGram A subs from the bench to replace
    injured player
  • MechaniGram B unlimited subs, when they have
    reported to scorekeeper at stoppage of play

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SubstitutionsRule 3-3-2c
  • MechaniGram E Number 6 receives yellow card.
    Team plays short
  • MechaniGram F Stoppage, but no legal
    substitution
  • MechaniGram H Number 6 may return at next legal
    substitution opportunity

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SubstitutionsRule 3-3-6
  • In MechaniGrams A and C, player leaves and team
    plays short
  • In MechiGram B, injured player re-enters
  • In MechaniGram D, 2 must wait for legal
    substitution opportunity

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Required EquipmentRule 4-1-1 POE 4
  • Coaches responsible for properly equipping
    players
  • Referee examines uniforms and equipment
  • Questions resolved prior to game
  • Check other player equipment

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Required EquipmentRule 4-1-1
  • NOCSAE stamp required on shinguards
  • Transition period of 2 years
  • NFHS will inform state associations when standard
    is approved

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Other EquipmentRule 4-2-1
  • Illegal braces
  • New braces made for athletics
  • Manufacturers brace sleeves
  • No covering of padding
  • Referee is final authority

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The OfficalsRule 5-1-2
  • No protests
  • Correction has to be prior to restart
  • Part of all NFHS rules books

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Pregame ResponsibilitiesRule 5-2-2
  • Pregame meeting
  • Early pregame conference
  • At least 5 minutes prior to kickoff
  • Head coaches must attend
  • This section was revised

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Pregame ResponsibilitiesRule 5-2-3
  • Philosophy
  • Enhance education, reduce risks
  • Citizenship and ethics
  • Coaches, Referees, Administrators Team
  • Fans and spectators
  • Thanks to AYSO for pyramid

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After the GameRule 5-4-1
  • Verify score
  • Report DQs and unusual incidents
  • Officials visually verify score and leave field
    together

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MisconductRule 12-8-1 POE 6
  • Good conduct
  • Apply penalties consistently
  • Respect one anothers roles

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MisconductPenalty 12-8-1, 12-8-2, 12-8-3 POE 2
  • From the spot of the infraction
  • Consistent with other rule-making bodies
  • Change in location of kick
  • Misconduct off the field

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MisconductPenalty 12-8-1, 12-8-2, 12-8-3, 12-8-4
  • Kick taken from where ball was
  • Consistent with other codes
  • When to deal with misconduct

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Misconduct-TauntingRule 12-8-3 POE 1
  • Taunting is serious
  • Taunting is unacceptable
  • What you permit, you promote

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Misconduct TauntingRule 12-8-3
  • Penalty has been strengthened
  • Coaches and teammates can reduce taunting
  • Red card team plays short

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Making the Call
  • Visually indicate signal
  • Eliminates duplication
  • Whistle, signal, direction and type

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