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Misconduct – DOGSO Denying an Obvious Goal Scoring Opportunity Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct Rule 12-8.3.d ….Serious foul play also includes the following:

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1 Misconduct – DOGSO Denying an Obvious Goal Scoring Opportunity Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct Rule d ….Serious foul play also includes the following: 1. A player anywhere on the field (other than the goal keeper within his/her own penalty area) who deliberately handles the ball preventing it from going into the goal 2. A foul by a player against an opponent who is moving toward his/her offensive goal with an obvious opportunity to score

2 Misconduct – DOGSO Disqualification Red Card Penalty for DOGSO: Yellow and Red Card Disqualification (NJSIAA): – Player will leave the field – Player will not return to play – Player will not be replaced – Team plays short – REMEMBER MECHANICS Stop clock Show cards to offending player Notify coaches and fellow officials Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct

3 DOGSO: By Free Kick Foul Number of Defenders Distance to Goal Distance to Ball Direction of Play In order for a player to be disqualified for denying an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by an offense punishable by a free kick or penalty kick, four elements must be present. If any of these “4 D’s” are missing, there cannot be a disqualification for DOGSO. The “4 D’s”

4 DOGSO: 4 D Definitions 1) Number of Defenders -- not more than one other defender (usually the GK) between the foul and the goal, not counting the defender committing the foul 2) Distance to goal -- the closer the foul is to the goal, the more likely it is an “obvious” goal scoring opportunity 3) Distance to ball -- the attacker must have been close enough to the ball at the time of the foul to have continued playing the ball 4) Direction of play -- the attacker must have been moving toward the goal (not the goal line) at the time the foul was committed. Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct

5 Number of Defenders Distance to Goal Distance to Ball Direction of Play DOGSO – The 4 D’s If the “4 D’s” qualifications are met then the player committing the foul is DISQUALIFIED The “4 D’s”

6 Misconduct – DOGSO Application of Advantage Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct Invoking advantage during DOGSO can be very difficult and the referee should do so cautiously Circumstances will vary from one situation to another and there is no single decision or criteria that would be universally correct Referees must use discretion and make the decision based on the level of play, game circumstances and of course, common sense.

7 Misconduct – DOGSO by Free Kick Foul Application of Advantage Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct DOGSO by free kick foul is the denying of the OPPORTUNITY to score a goal “Advantage”, if invoked, is realized when the offended team’s or player’s, “opportunity” to score a goal continues in spite of the foul…the initial “play” continues The team fouled may realize the “advantage” without scoring a goal For these reasons, the referee must be very careful in the application of advantage in DOGSO situations, especially if the foul occurs in the penalty area

8 Misconduct – DOGSO by Free Kick Foul Application of Advantage Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct Rule SITUATION C Player A2 is fouled by opponent B2 just outside the opponents penalty area. Player A2 had an obvious goal scoring opportunity. The referee signals visibly and verbally “Play On”. Player A2 then stumbles and falls to the ground. The referee will stop play, award a direct free kick where Player A2 was fouled and disqualify B2 by showing a red and yellow card (NJSIAA) as the obvious goal scoring opportunity was denied by the foul there was no Advantage realized by player A2 or Team A

9 Misconduct – DOGSO by Free Kick Foul Application of Advantage Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct Rule SITUATION C Player A2 is fouled by opponent B2 just outside the opponents penalty area. Player A2 had an obvious goal scoring opportunity. The referee signals visibly and verbally “Play On”. Player A2 maintains control of the ball, continues towards the goal and then kicks the ball wide of the goal The referee will restart play with a goal kick. Player A2 was fouled but maintained control of himself and the ball, the play continued despite the initial foul and A2 maintained the obvious goal scoring opportunity Advantage = Opportunity Player B2 is CAUTIONED (NJSIAA)

10 Misconduct – DOGSO by Free Kick Foul Application of Advantage Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct Rule SITUATION C Player A2 is fouled by opponent B2 just outside the opponents penalty area. Player A2 had an obvious goal scoring opportunity. The referee sees that the ball is deflected towards teammate A3 who may have an obvious goal scoring opportunity. The referee visually and verbally signals “Play On”. Teammate A3 does not get the ball. The referee will stop play, disqualify B2 with a red and yellow card (NJSIAA) and restart with a direct free kick as the obvious goal scoring opportunity was denied

11 Misconduct – DOGSO by Free Kick Foul Application of Advantage Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct Rule SITUATION C Player A2 is fouled by opponent B2 just outside the opponents penalty area. Player A2 had an obvious goal scoring opportunity. The referee sees that the ball is deflected towards teammate A3 who will have an obvious goal scoring opportunity. The referee visually and verbally signals “Play On”. Teammate A3 does get the ball, can control the ball and has an obvious opportunity to score. The referee will allow play to continue as Team A has not been denied an obvious goal scoring opportunity at the next stoppage B2 will be CAUTIONED (NJSIAA)

12 Misconduct – DOGSO by Deliberately Handling the Ball Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct A player who deliberately handles the ball (other than the goalkeeper within his/her penalty area) and prevents the ball from entering the goal. Offending player is disqualified (yellow and red card, NJSIAA) Restart play with direct free kick or penalty kick A player who deliberately handles the ball (other than the goalkeeper within his/her penalty area) to prevent the ball from entering the goal, but the ball enters the goal. Offending player is cautioned (yellow card) Restart play with a kick off as goal is scored

13 Misconduct – DOGSO by Handling Application of Advantage Rule 12 – Fouls and Misconduct For handling to deny an obvious goal scoring opportunity: if the ball does not enter the goal the player is disqualified. if the ball does enter the goal, the player is cautioned SITUATION Situation A: During a shot on goal, B2, in the penalty area, reaches out and deflects the ball. Just as B2 deflects the ball with the hands, A2 kicks the free ball and (a) it goes into the goal; (b) does not go into the goal. RULING: In (a), award a goal and caution B2; in (b), call handling, award a penalty kick and disqualify B2. ( f6, 7), ( d1), (14-1-1) (5.3.1 Situation A)


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