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Judge and Jury I. Scenario 1 You are the referee in a GU-12 match. A Red attacker dribbles the ball into the penalty area and shoots from 4 yards away.

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1 Judge and Jury I

2 Scenario 1 You are the referee in a GU-12 match. A Red attacker dribbles the ball into the penalty area and shoots from 4 yards away from the Blue goalkeeper. The keeper is struck in the stomach and goes down. The other Red players immediately begin chasing after the ball that has rebounded off the Blue goalkeeper toward the touch line. When should you blow your whistle to stop play? When the goalkeeper goes down Look at the goalkeeper and assess the possible injury before blowing the whistle Wait and see who collects the ball 2 10/1/2012

3 Scenario 1 Recommendation In a U-12 and lower match, you should stop play as soon as the goalkeeper goes down Rationale It’s always better to stop play immediately for a possible injury in younger players’ matches Parents and/or coaches may already be coming onto the field to deal with the injury, and allowing this will prevent having to deal with that problem If you stop play for the injury, the restart is a dropped ball 3 10/1/2012

4 Scenario 2 You are the referee in a GU-8 match. Red player #3 is kicking the ball in the middle of the field near the touch line. The ball hits another Red player’s foot, bounces up, and hits Red #3 in the hand who immediately hits the ball toward her feet. She loses control and the ball goes across the touch line. What should you do? Blow you whistle and call handling and restart with a direct free kick for Blue Award a throw in for the Blue team and comment to Red #3 about being careful not to handle the ball Stop play and suggest the coach talk to Red #3 4 10/1/2012

5 Scenario 2 Recommendation You should award a throw in for the Blue team and take a brief moment to mention handling to Red #3 Rationale While technically Red #3 was guilty of handling the ball by deliberately directing it to her feet, awarding a throw in for Blue gives the ball to the proper team in the middle of the field and does not embarrass the young player At lower levels of play, referees can provide education. Such teaching should be brief, positive, and related only to the Laws of the Game. Tactical instruction should be given by the coaches. 5 10/1/2012

6 Scenario 3 You are the referee in a BU-10 match. Red #5 is dribbling the ball near the touch line about 25 yards from the goal line. Blue #7 in a reckless manner attempts to tackle the ball from the side and takes out both legs of Red #5 who stays down and immediately begins to cry. As the player is going down a parent, who appears to be the mother of Red #5, runs onto the field to her son. You stop play. What should you do? (More than one answer may be correct.) Instruct the parent to immediately leave the field Call the Red coach onto the field to administer to the injured player. After he attends to the player, suggest that the coach talk to the parents about entering the field. Award a DFK for Red Award a DFK for Red and admonish Blue #7 about his aggressive play Award a DFK for Red and caution Blue #7 6 10/1/2012

7 Scenario 3 Recommendation Call the Red coach onto the field to administer to the injured player. After he attends to the player, suggest that the coach talk to the parents about entering the field. Admonish Blue #7 about his aggressive play. The restart is a DFK for the Red team. Rationale Cards should never be shown to U-10 players The coach should be immediately allowed on the field to assess the player’s injury The referee approaching the parent will not likely have a positive result 7 10/1/2012

8 Scenario 4 You have arrived, in uniform, at the field where you will referee the next game. The second half of a BU-12 match has just begun. The referee in the game is a new youth Regional referee assisted by two club linespersons. In the first five minutes of play several spectators from the Blue team begin to loudly criticize the referee, questioning his calls on the field in a very negative manner. What should you do? Let the youth referee and Blue coach handle the matter Approach the Blue spectators yourself Approach the Blue coach yourself Do you have a responsibility to this youth referee? 8 10/1/2012

9 Scenario 4 Recommendation Approach the involved spectators and indicate that their behavior is not acceptable. Since you are in uniform, comments to the referee such as “Nice call!” may be sufficient. Failing that, remind the spectators: – The referee is a youth volunteer doing his best – This is a Kids Zone – We need the positive support of everyone in AYSO If the behavior persists, approach the Blue coach and seek assistance in managing the spectators After the match give positive comments to the youth referee and report the incident to the proper authority Rationale All referees should support each other Poor behavior in or around the field can not be permitted Referees are role models for others 9 10/1/2012

10 Scenario 5 Midway through the first half of a BU-8 game, Red #4 begins running around seemingly out of control and not participating in the game. After a few minutes of this behavior and well away from the ball, he pushes Blue #6 in the back and Blue #6 falls to the ground. You blow your whistle to stop play. What should you do? Send off Red #4 because he committed violent conduct, and restart with a DFK for Blue Ask the Red coach to give Red #4 a “time out” – Allow a substitution considering Red #4’s actions an “injury” – Don’t allow a substitution but allow Red #4 to return to the game after the “time out” Tell Red #4 to settle down and restart with a dropped ball 10 10/1/2012

11 Scenario 5 Recommendation Ask the Red coach to give Red #4 a “time out” allowing the Red team to substitute a player. Red #4 would be permitted to return to the game at the next substitution opportunity. Restart with a DFK for Blue. Rationale At times young players lose interest Sending a U-8 player off and showing a red card for this behavior is inappropriate and does nothing to address the underlying issue The referee’s responsibility is to identify dangerous situations and take action that is in the best interest of the players 11 10/1/2012

12 Scenario 6 In a GU-10 game Blue #4 is much taller and heavier than her opponents and teammates. She is very enthusiastic and very involved in the game showing above average skills. Several times, with fair charges, smaller players have been knocked to the ground by Blue #4. What should you do? Do nothing Call a foul any time Blue #4 knocks an opponent to the ground Make certain subsequent situations involving Blue #4 are not fouls Suggest to Blue #4 that she be careful Suggest to the Blue coach that she make certain that Blue #4 is playing under more control 12 10/1/2012

13 Scenario 6 Recommendation Make certain subsequent situations involving Blue #4 are not fouls Suggest to Blue #4 that she be careful. When talking to Blue #4 the referee should also make positive comments about the player’s skills. Being close to play will assist in identifying fouls Rationale Frequently there is wide range of player size and skill Larger players can fairly knock smaller player to the ground The referee must judge whether the play of the larger player is a foul It is the responsibility of the referee to protect all players without penalizing players based on skill or size 13 10/1/2012

14 Scenario 7 In your BU-8 game Red #6 takes a throw-in and jumps with both feet off the ground as he releases the ball. What should you do? Award a throw-in for the Blue team Do nothing because this is a trivial infraction Allow Red #6 a “do over” Select another player to take the throw in for the Red team 14 10/1/2012

15 Scenario 7 Recommendation Allow Red #6 a “do over” and tell the player what he did wrong Rationale Technically the throw in was incorrect, but at the U-8 level referees have an opportunity to improve the skills of players Selecting another player is inappropriate since it sends a negative message to Red # /1/2012

16 Scenario 8 Blue #2 is a talented and aggressive midfielder in your GU-12 game. During the first ten minutes of the game you have called Blue #2 for two careless fouls against different Red players. In the 12th minute you have stopped play for her third careless DFK foul. What should you do? Restart with a DFK for Red Suggest that the coach take some action to correct Blue #2’s actions and restart with a DFK for Red Verbally warn Blue #2; restart with a DFK for Red Inform Blue #2 and both coaches you are cautioning Blue #2 for persistent infringement; do not show the yellow card; restart with a DFK for Red Caution Blue #2 for persistent infringement, show the yellow card, and restart with a DFK for Red 16 10/1/2012

17 Scenario 8 Recommendation Inform Blue #2 and both coaches you are cautioning Blue #2 for persistent infringement, do not show the yellow card, and restart with a DFK for Red Rationale Persistent infringement has been committed by Blue #2 and action is needed Coaches need to know what the referee is doing Showing the yellow card will only embarrass Blue #2 Asking the coach to take corrective measures questions the coach’s observation and coaching abilities 17 10/1/2012


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