Presentation on theme: "What is expected of the team manager. Items a team manager may need First Aid kit – in case of minor injuries that may bleed Extra water – for the player."— Presentation transcript:
Items a team manager may need First Aid kit – in case of minor injuries that may bleed Extra water – for the player that forgets or loses theirs Team notebook – to organize documents such as Birth certificates Registration forms Schedules Rules of the competition Player ID cards Game cards and spare game cards Maps to fields and field layout maps A pen of other writing instrument
The team manager is also responsible for making sure team documents are in order and correct. Team roster - Prepared and signed by the club registrar Player ID cards - A properly prepared Player ID card with a current photo of the player, signed by the player, registrar and laminated. Adult Participation/KidSafe cards - A properly prepared Adult ID card with a current photo of the player, signed by the player, registrar and laminated. Game cards - Properly filled out with player jersey numbers Birth Certificates - Copies are OK for this Penalty Point Reports - Properly filled out with date type of card and players name and jersey number
STYSA PENALTY POINT REPORT TEAM NAME:KNIGHTSMEMBER ASSOCIATION:CAYSA CLUB:LYSA DIV:II SeasonFALL 2010 AGE GROUP:BU15 GAME DATE GAME PLAYED9/11 9/18 9/25 CARD /SATCARD /SATCARD /SATCARD /SATCARD /SATCARD /SATCARD/SATCARD /SATCARD /SATCARD /SAT COACH/PLAYER NAME POINTSOUTPOINTSOUTPOINTSOUTPOINTSOUTPOINTSOUTPOINTSOUTPOINTSOUTPOINTSOUTPOINTSOUTPOINTSOUT TOTAL Billy SmithY/3 3 Johnny Jones R/9 9/25 9 Taylor TimsY/3 10/2 9 TOTAL6 12 3 21 To the best of my knowledge, the above penalty point accumulations are true and accurate. SIGNATURE OF SCHEDULER SUBMITTING REPORT: _____________________________________________ PRINT NAME AND TITLE: _________________________DATE:_______________PHONE:_________________ SIGNATURE OF REVIEW OFFICIAL:_______________________________________ (Review official can be person who maintains game reports or appropriate STYSA official.)
The team manager is the liaison for the team in dealing with: The Club CAYSA Vice-Presidents Schedulers Referees Coaches Trainers
The team manager may be required to be the team treasurer and/or banker: Collecting club dues Collecting team payments Collecting tournament fees Paying referees at the game
The manager is also the logistical officer: Making sure that the team has the game information in a timely manner: Time Date Location Name of the opponent Practice Time Dates Location May be in charge of providing or coordinating refreshments The manager usually gets blamed when something goes wrong.
While all these duties are important it is very important to pay particularly close attention to the game card. Game Card Home Team ______Visitors_________ Age Group ______ Date___________ Score___ ___ Referee_______________________ Assistant______________________ Protest________________________ ______________________________ Home signature ______________________________ Visitor Signature _______________________________ The manager or coach is required to sign the game card If a player appears on the game card he or she is considered to have played in the game. If a player is not at the game or is not playing, draw a line through the name on the card. This is important since playing an ineligible player results in the game being forfeited. If you wish to protest a game it must be written on the game card to be a valid protest. The CAYSA rule (4.2.9 Protest is related to a specific game and is filed by one of the involved team officials. Only those teams involved are permitted to protest a game result. Protests of a specific game cannot be filed by third parties such as coaches of other teams or league / state administrator(s). A protest may not be based on the judgment call of a referee.) applies, and the game card must be received by the appropriate Vice-President within seventy two (72) hours of the game being played.
Penalty Points 101 for Players Yellow Cards - (caution) = 3 pts Red Cards - (send-offs) = 9 pts Yellow/Yellow - (same game) = 9 pts With a red card, the player that's shown the red card must immediately leave the field. He/She may not be replaced by another player, your team will play short that one player. Same applies to any subsequent red cards shown. (You get 3 reds and you're now a party of 8, if you started with 11) When a player receives a yellow card, that is a warning, caution, however you want to word it. That means that the referee has seen enough and the next time you do it, he will go back to his pocket and pull out his red one. Yellow plus yellow equals a red card, and the player must leave the field and cannot be replaced. If you have a player that's already gotten 2 yellow cards accumulated in previous games and he is shown a yellow card (first of the game), he may finish up that game, as long as he does not get a second yellow card in the game, but must sit out his next game because he hit the 9 point mark. When a player gets a red card, or a yellow/yellow=red, that player must come off the field and then must also sit out the very next game that team plays. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT – on the game card that your player is sitting out, HIS NAME MUST NOT APPEAR ON THE GAME CARD. If his name is preprinted on there, you must draw a line through his name to show that he did not play in that game and write out Sitting Out Red Card. Remember: If a players name appears on the game card, he is considered to have played. Every season, games have been forfeited because someone does not know this or is not paying attention – it is the managers job to know this and execute this, or you will put the team of kids that just played the game of their lives, in jeopardy of a forfeit. Penalty Point sits out as follows: 9 points – sit out next 1 game 18 points – sit out next 2 games 24 points – sit out next 3 games 30 points – sit out next 4 games Please Note: Suspensions cannot be served in forfeited, friendly or invitational tournament matches. The same applies on all games sat out. Make sure that the name does not appear on the game card unless stricken through. Players that attend games may do so, but may not dress out in uniform, must attend in street clothes.
Penalty Points 101 for Coaches Ejected Coach, Assistant Coach or Trainer – If a coach, assistant coach or trainer reaches nine (9) penalty points during a match in which he / she is ejected or asked to leave a game by the referee, then suspension: for the remainder of that day; and for the next regularly scheduled match day; and for the next game actually played by the team which played the game from which he / she was ejected. Ejected Coach, Assistant Coach or Trainer – If a coach, assistant coach or trainer reaches eighteen (18) penalty points during a match in which he / she is ejected or asked to leave a game by the referee, then suspension: for the remainder of that day; and for the next two (2) regularly scheduled game days; and for the next two (2) games actually played by the team which played the game from which he / she was ejected. Ejected Coach, Assistant Coach or Trainer – If a coach, assistant coach or trainer reaches twenty-four (24) penalty points during a match in which he / she is ejected or asked to leave a game by the referee, then suspension: for the remainder of that day; and for the next three (3) regularly scheduled game days; and for the next three (3) games actually played by the team which played the game from which he / she was ejected. Ejected Coach, Assistant Coach or Trainer – If a coach, assistant coach or trainer reaches thirty (30) penalty points during a match in which he / she is ejected or asked to leave a game by the referee, then suspension: for the remainder of that day; and for the next four (4) regularly scheduled game days; and for the next four (4) games actually played by the team which played the game from which he / she was ejected. Suspension(s) cannot be served in forfeited, friendly or invitational tournament matches. For the purposes of these rules only, regularly scheduled means the game days routinely scheduled by a competitions scheduler. Regularly scheduled does not mean make-up games scheduled on a day when the competition as a whole is not scheduled to play.
A Good Resource For Your Team: The US Youth Soccer Coaching Education Department has created this view from the sidelines in an effort to create a positive learning environment for young soccer players. This is a teaching tool designed for administrators, coaches, parents and anyone who cares about children to assist them in providing positive learning atmosphere for our children. DVD is $3.00 and Available for Purchase. Videos I, II & III Can Also Be Viewed Online at: http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/multimedia/http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/multimedia/
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