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1 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg1 GLASA 2010 Spring PreSeason Kickoff Meeting AGENDA Introductions (The Handoff) Expectations (Grade Upgrade) Referee Laws / Age vs Laws Dos and Donts How to Deal with Parents and Coaches Referee Pay Clinics Season Start Date Some of Us Opens (Q and A)

2 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg2 Greg Hise

3 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg3 North Texas State Soccer Association Fred Hiler (SDR) Art Keeton (SDI) Rod Curry (SDA)

4 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg4 New Referees Amber Austin (Grade 9) Brooke Baty (Grade 8) Bryan Brody (Grade 8) Anna Grady (Grade 8) Josh Hawkins (Grade 8)

5 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg5 Expectations Referee Shorts Pencil / Paper, etc. On Time to Games, Functions, Mtgs, etc. Advancement –Grade 9 to 8 –Grade 8 to 7 –Grade 7 to 6 Uniforms, etc. –Official Sports –Soccer City

6 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg6 Referee Grades USSF Referee Grades Explained All referees affiliated with FIFA have a designated referee grade. The grade indicates the qualification of the referee to officiate at various levels of local, national and international soccer competition. These referee grades are assigned by USSF. Grade 1 Referees Referees who officiate in the World Cup and International matches are designated as Grade 1. Grade 2 Referees Assistant Referees to Grade 1 Referees are designated as Grade 2. Grade 3 and 4 Referees In the United States competition at the National level (including professional soccer and MLS) requires Grade 3 or 4. Grade 3 indicates the referee's readiness to be considered for international service.

7 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg7 Referee Grades Grade 5 and 6 Referees The highest level of competition within a State (amateur leagues beyond youth) requires a Grade 5 or 6 where Grade 5 indicates the referee's readiness to be considered for National service. Grade 7 Referees Grade 7 is an experienced referee in the state qualified to officiate all but the highest levels of amateur soccer. Grade 8 Referees Most referees begin their careers as Grade 8 having taken the entry training course. Grade 9 Referees Very young aspirants to refereeing may take an abbreviated training course and be registered as Grade 9 which qualifies them only for very young "small sided" matches (usually seven and eight year old players in six per team matches)

8 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg8 Referee Grades As referees advance to higher grades they are required to demonstrate their continued qualification for their grade through "maintenance" assessments and sustained high level competition experience. Each referee at Grade 7 or higher is also required to successfully pass a physical fitness field examination which includes distance, agility and speed tests (as set out in the Referee Administrative handbook). The results of this testing are recorded to fulfill part of the annual registration / recertification qualifications. In rare circumstances referees who fail to maintain their qualifications are "down graded" and this is reflected on their next registration.

9 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg9 Expectations Misconduct Reports –Send in Misconduct Reports within 24 hrs of incident (Either to or fax to GLASA A&D

10 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg10 Misconduct Form

11 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg11 Northern Mid-Cities Official Game / Misconduct Report

12 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg12 NMCSL Referee Misconduct Report At all complexes place NMSCL Referee Misconduct Reports in the drop boxes. (If not available, hand over to the concession manager). Do not leave complex with report

13 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg13 Referee Laws Know all 18 Laws No Metal Hair Clips No slide tackles for U8 and younger Offside (Singular Not Plural) – Slow and Correct than Fast and Wrong Mechanics: …slow… flags Ask questions if not clear on a Law

14 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg14 Kicks from any where within Goal Area

15 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg15 Age vs Laws

16 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg16 Dos and Donts DO be respectful to Coaches and Players Dont tolerate a disrespectful Coach DO enforce the Laws of the Game Dont be blind to a foul (no call) because it is easier to just let the play continue DO blow the whistle loudly DO give direction immediately after blowing whistle for a foul, or give restart (drop ball)

17 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg17 Dos and Donts Dont debate the Law book with a Coach or a player Do gently explain what you saw (short and sweet) and move on….IF necessary to diffuse a coach Dont lecture players and coaches Do be the Referee. Manage the game! See Law 5 and Law 6.

18 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg18 Weather – Hot and Cold Hot Weather – have water breaks as you see fit. Be on the safe side.. Lightning Detectors –When they go off (1 blast) leave field. –3 blasts return

19 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg19 How to Deal with Parents and Coaches Your appearance walking on the field with your team sets the tone Attitude on the pitch is under your control Your Attitude influences players, coaches, parents Advise captains to assist you with players Discuss substitution procedure with coaches before start of match after coin flip Understand folks get emotionally upset for different reasons…Its Human nature. Let coach complete rant – do not interrupt

20 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg20 How to Deal with Parents and Coaches Dos and Donts Based on Referee Age and Comfort Level No closer than 5-7 yds from coach / parent Do not enter team group during or at end of match Do not yell at coach / parent. Stay in control. Do not get into a Law book discussion with coach Explain what you saw or did not see Apply short phrases Do not turn your back on coach, parent, player Do not be a smart aleck

21 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg21 Referee Pay Cash $$$$ for this season! Each complex to have cash for payment of referee vouchers. Got to have signed voucher. Payers: Don (Bakersfield, Gerault-drive to Bakersfield) TraceyLynn (Unity) Dominic (Lake Park) Concession Stand (Chinn Chapel, Railroad)

22 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg22 Referee Pay Starting in Fall 2010 Referee pay thru Arbiter Sports – either check (fee), direct deposit to your checking acct, or own debit card to Arbiter Sports bank Stay Tuned

23 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg23 Pay Voucher

24 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg24 Referee Pay Scale

25 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg25 Clinics Go to / Referees / Clinics for any new clinicswww.glasasoccer.org or visit North Texas State Soccer Association website

26 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg26 Clinics

27 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg27

28 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg28

29 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg29 Spring Season Start Date Saturday, February 13, 2010 Assignors are here tonight to sign up referees for Bakersfield Complex (Don McElhone) and Unity Park Complex (TraceyLynn McElhone)

30 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg30 ASSIGNORS / Age Groups Don McElhone – Bakersfield Complex –(ages U7, U8) TraceyLynn McElhone – Unity Complex –(ages U5, U6) Dominic Falcinelli –Lake Park Complex (U9 – 19) –Gerrault Complex (U13 – 19) –Railroad Complex (U10 – 19) –Chinn Chapel Complex (U12 – 19)

31 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg31 Phone Numbers GLASA Office: GLASA Fax: GLASA Weather number for field/complex status:

32 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg32 Some Of Us

33 Feb 10, 2010GLASA PreSeason Spring 2010 Kickoff Mtg33 OPENS – Questions and Answers How Can We Help You ?? Jim Parker –W:


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