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1 WTSRA April 2014 Meeting Presented by John White Referee Instructor Published by Eric M. Scott Referee Instructor

2 February 2014 Agenda  Announcements  Upcoming Tournaments  League Assignments  MLS Referee Review  Tactical Awareness – How Teams Play?

3 Announcements Presented by John C. White Referee Instructor

4 Announcements (cont.) Grade 8 Entry Level Class  July 11 th, 12 th, & 13th  Arlington High School  5485 Airline Road, Arlington, Tn.  Instructors – J.C. White & E.M. Scott

5 Announcements (cont.) Assignor’s Meeting  Summer 2014  Mandatory Meeting  Location to be Determined  “Guidelines on Assigning Pertaining to the New Referee Classifications”

6 Upcoming Tournaments Presented by John White Referee Instructor

7 Upcoming Tournaments Blue City Blowout  February 28 th – March 2nd  Mike Rose Soccer Complex  U8 – u19 Boys & Girls  Assignors – Mike Mears & Doug Irby  Games fees will be post on  For more information

8 Upcoming Tournaments Adidas Premier Invitational  May 2 nd – 4th  Mike Rose Soccer Complex  U9 – u18 Boys & Girls  Assignors – Mike Mears & Doug Irby  Games fees will be post on  For more information

9 League Assignors Presented by John White Referee Instructor

10 League Assignors TSSAA Boys High School  Play Starts March 4 th  Assignors – Rich Lando & Jack “Panther” Winckleman  For more information “Matches & Availability” “Local League Contact”

11 MLS Referee Review

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13 Tactical Awareness USSF Grade 6 Presentation

14 Tactical Awareness U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Grade 6 State Referee Course Most Competitive Games Within State and Region

15 Tactical Awareness o Defensive play o Man-to-man marking o Zonal marking o Attacking play o Direct play o Wide play o Pace play o Aerial play

16 Man-to-Man Marking o Player tactics o Increase in holding fouls o Greater potential for retaliation o Referee tactics o Get to a position to maximize view o Move quickly to location of foul to minimize retaliation

17 Zonal Marking o Player tactics o Defenders mark attackers within their zone o Defenders moving with speed may result in an unfair or reckless challenges o Referee tactics o Sprint to get close and adjust position o Assistant referee tactic o Be prepared to assist on counterattacks

18 Direct Play o Player tactics o Long aerial passes o A team changes defense into attack quickly, to put pressure on opponents o Excellent way of beating an offside trap o Referee tactics o Anticipate long balls o Quick reaction and sprinting is required to ensure a clear view and good angle

19 Wide Play o Player tactics o Ball is directed to teammates on either touchline who try to beat defenders and cross the ball into the penalty area o Referee tactics o Awareness of possible tactical fouls o Requires constant mobility o Wide views to see next phase of play

20 Pace Play o Player tactics o Players use their pace to turn defenders or chase the ball played in behind the defense o Holding fouls are likely o Referee tactics o Accelerate into a position with good angle of view to see between players o Assistant referee tactic o Be prepared to assist due to better angle

21 Aerial Play o Player tactics o Targets for teammates o Use aerial strength for scoring opportunities o More player contact o Referee tactics o Requires a lateral view o Aware of persistent infringement o Big decisions in the penalty area

22 Systems of Play o Common formations o o o o o 4-5-1

23 4-4-2

24 4-3-3

25 3-4-3

26 3-5-2

27 4-5-1

28 Substitutions o Player tactics o May alter the way a team has been playing o Opposing team may make substitution to nullify possible threat or change tactics o Referee tactics o Aware of players’ strengths o Ability to adapt to change and adjust positioning

29 Set Plays o Player tactics o Variation of free kicks and corner kicks o Invading players space o Referee tactics o Aware of players’ tactics o Preventive refereeing o Mobility to maximize views of possible offenses

30 Final Minutes o Player tactics o Awareness of score at this stage may lead to tactical changes o Player fatigue o Referee tactics o Aware of possible changes o Adjust profile o Concentration

31 Review Question o In defensive play, referees will likely see which of the following types of marking play? o Man-to-man or zonal marking o Zonal or wing marking o Man-to-man or direct marking o Wing or direct marking

32 Review Question o When teams are playing zonal marking, does each defender have specific attacker that he or she is responsible for? o Yes o No

33 Review Question o Referees must be aware that tactical fouls are more likely to occur during which style of play? o Direct play o Wide play o Pace play o Aerial play

34 Review Question o Referees must take notice when substitutions are made because substitutions may alter the way a team has been playing. Is it true that, as a result, referees may need to adjust their positioning after a substitution? o Yes o No

35 Join WTSRA

36 Join WTSRA! WTSRA $20 for 2014  $10 for under 22 Payable to Ray S. (WTSRA Treasurer) Why Join WTSRA?  Attend 5 WTSRA Meeting  Pay Dues  No Recert. Class Required. No John. No Eric. No Boredom for five hours.  Take Recert Test On Line

37 Next WTSRA Meeting May 6:30 p.m. Central Church Topic – Unknown Party Party Party ! John will be in India!


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