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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct Misconduct At the end of this lesson the student will be able to: Objectives v list the seven reasons for issuing a caution.

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2 Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct Misconduct

3 At the end of this lesson the student will be able to: Objectives v list the seven reasons for issuing a caution v list the three reasons for cautioning a substitute v list the seven reasons for sending off a player v understand the difference between serious foul play and violent conduct

4 v Misconduct  Examples (7) Send-off  Seven (7) Send-off Offenses (7) Cautionable  Seven (7) Cautionable Offenses v Examples  Procedures for issuing cards TOPICS

5 7 CAUTIONABLE OFFENSES A player is cautioned and shown the yellow card if s/he commits any of the following seven offenses: ¶is guilty of unsporting behavior · shows dissent by word or action ¸ persistently infringes the Laws of the Game ¹ delays the restart of play

6 7 CAUTIONABLE OFFENSES A player is cautioned and shown the yellow card if s/he commits any of the following seven offenses: º fails to respect the required distance when play is restarted with a corner kick, free kick or throw in » enters or re-enters the field without the referee’s permission ¼ deliberately leaves the field without the referee’s permission

7 Show Dissent by Word or Action v Verbally or through action disputes or shows contempt for an official’s decision v If playing as the goalkeeper, leaves the penalty area (not beckoned by the referee) to engage an official in debate regarding a decision

8 Persistently Infringes the Laws of the Game v Repeatedly commits fouls or participates in a pattern of fouls directed at an opponent v Violates Law 14 again, having previously been warned v Fails to start or restart play properly or promptly, having previously been warned v If playing as goalkeeper, wastes time, having previously been warned or penalized for this behavior

9 Delays the Restart of Play v Kicks or throws the ball away or holds the ball to prevent a free kick, throw-in or corner kick restart by an opponent v Fails to restart play after being so instructed by the referee v Fails to return to the field upon conclusion of the mid-game break, fails to perform a kick-off when signaled by the referee, or fails to be in a correct position for a kick-off

10 Delays the Restart of Play v Excessively celebrates a goal v Provokes a confrontation by deliberately touching the ball after the referee has stopped play.

11 Entering or Re-entering the Field... v Illegally returning to the field having previously been substituted (unless the rules of the competition allow such return) v After having previously been instructed to leave the field to correct equipment v After a player leaves the field for an injury or for bleeding or blood on the uniform v Entering the field as a substitute without having received a signal from the referee

12 Fails to Respect the Required Distance... v Does not retire at least ten yards away from an opponent’s free kick v Does not retire at least ten yards away from an opponent’s corner kick

13 Deliberately Leaves the Field... v Leaves the field to place an opponent in offside position v Leaves the field other than through the normal course of play

14 Examples of Unsporting Behavior v Commits a DFK foul in a reckless manner v Commits a DFK foul while tackling for the ball from behind without endangering the safety of an opponent v Commits a tactical foul designed to interfere with or impede an opposing team’s attacking play (e.g. pushing an opponent, holding an opponent, deliberately handling the ball)

15 Examples of Unsporting Behavior v Commits an act which, in the opinion of the referee, shows a lack of respect for the game (e.g. aggressive attitude, taunting, etc.) v Handles the ball deliberately to score a goal v Fakes an injury or exaggerates the seriousness of an injury

16 Examples of Unsporting Behavior v Fakes a foul (dives) or exaggerates the severity of a foul v Interferes with or prevents the goalkeeper from releasing the ball from his/her hands into play v Unfairly distracts or impedes an opponent performing a throw-in v Verbally distracts an opponent during play or at a restart

17 Examples of Unsporting Behavior v Changes jerseys with the goalkeeper during play or without the referee’s permission (BOTH players must be cautioned v Engages in trickery to circumvent the goalkeeper’s limitation on handling a ball played from a teammate’s foot (the defender who initiates the “trickery” is cautioned and the decision does not require that the goalkeeper actually handles the ball)

18 Examples of Unsporting Behavior v Makes unauthorized marks on the field v Removes the jersey after scoring a goal

19 3 CAUTIONABLE OFFENSES A substitute or substituted player is cautioned and shown the yellow card if s/he commits any of the following three offenses: ¶is guilty of unsporting behavior · shows dissent by word or action ¸ delays the restart of play

20 How will you remember these? “PUDDLED”

21 P ersistent Infrigement U nsporting Behavior D issent D elaying the Restart L eaving the Field w/o Ref Permission E ntering the Field w/o Ref Permission D istance not Respected

22 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES A player is sent-off and shown the red card if s/he commits any of the following seven offenses: ¶ is guilty of serious foul play · is guilty of violent conduct ¸ spits at an opponent or any other person

23 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES A player is sent-off and shown the red card if s/he commits any of the following seven offenses: ¹ denies the opposing team a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by deliberately handling the ball (this does not apply to the goalkeeper within his/her own penalty area) º denies obvious goal scoring opportunity to an opponent moving towards the player’s goal by an offense punishable by a free kick or a penalty kick

24 7 SEND-OFF OFFENSES A player is sent-off and shown the red card if s/he commits any of the following seven offenses: and/or gestures » uses offensive, insulting or abusive language and/or gestures ¼ receives a second caution in the same match

25 SEND-OFF EXAMPLES v Striking an opponent (SFP or VC) v Striking a teammate (VC) v Violently kicking an opponent (SFP or VC) v Foul tackle from behind with hard contact (SFP) v Spitting at another person (S) v Tackle from behind on breakaway toward goal (DGF) v Any act intended to injure another (VC)

26 How will you remember these? “SHOVASS” (pronounced “sho’ vass”)

27 How will you remember these? S erious Foul Play H andling to Deny O.G.S.O. O.G.S.O. Denied by an Infringement V iolent Conduct A busive Language or Gestures S pits at Another S econd Caution

28 Caution For a Caution: ¶ Isolate Offender · Record info (Name, number, time, offense) ¸ Display card (2 & 3 can be reversed) Send-off For a Send-off: 1. Isolate Offender (If necessary) 2. Display card 3. Record information (after player has left) Procedure for issuing cards MISCONDUCT PROCEDURES

29 MISCONDUCT REVIEW v When can misconduct occur? u Unlike fouls, misconduct can be against anyone, at anytime, anywhere including team areas, stands or parking lot v Can you name the seven cautionable offences committed by players? u Do you use an acronym to remember? v Can you give an example of each? v Can you name the three cautionable offences committed by subs?

30 MISCONDUCT REVIEW v Does the yellow card have to be displayed? u Yes, display cards to players and substitutes u Do NOT display cards to team officials v Can a foul also be misconduct? u Yes, a foul may also be misconduct v Does misconduct require a foul to have been committed? u No. Can you give an example?

31 MISCONDUCT REVIEW v What is the restart if you stop play for misconduct, but no FOUL has been committed? u Misconduct causing a stoppage of play without a DFK foul will warrant restarting with a IFK v If you don’t stop play for misconduct, when does it have to be dealt with? u It must be dealt with at the next stoppage or not at all

32 MISCONDUCT REVIEW v What about physical contact that looks the same as a major foul against anyone including teammates, spectators or officials at any time (or opponents, if the ball is out of play)? u Deal with it as Unsporting Behavior or Violent Conduct depending on the severity of the action

33 MISCONDUCT REVIEW v What is the difference between Serious Foul Play and Violent Conduct? u SFP must meet the requirements for a FOUL and must be committed during a challenge for the ball, for example, a tackle from behind which endangers the safety of the opponent. u Violent Conduct can happen anytime, and anywhere

34 Did you stop play for the misconduct? NO Normal Restart YES MISCONDUCT RESTARTS

35 Was the misconduct committed by a player on the field? NO Dropped Ball YES MISCONDUCT RESTARTS

36 Was a major foul committed? NO Indirect Free Kick YES MISCONDUCT RESTARTS

37 Direct Free Kick or Penalty Kick MISCONDUCT RESTARTS


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