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NFHS Soccer Dual System Mechanics Tarrant Chapter TASO Soccer Oct 22, 2009 (Adapted from: High School Soccer Referees Association of Greater St. Louis.

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2 NFHS Soccer Dual System Mechanics Tarrant Chapter TASO Soccer Oct 22, 2009 (Adapted from: High School Soccer Referees Association of Greater St. Louis Compiled and Edited by Mike Stosz)

3 Objectives n Identify responsibilities of dual system officials n Perform basic mechanics in prescribed manner n Describe general patterns of movement n Describe major set positions used n Identify responsibilities of Lead/Trail officials

4 Authority and Procedures n UIL Soccer Manual (Rule 5,Art 1) u Sec 1204 Constitution and Contest Rules - Officials Pay structure n NFHS Soccer Rules u Dual-Officiating System, p.83

5 Head Referee n Conducts pre-game conference(s) and instructions n Make decisions on points not covered by Rules u Match authority on rules interpretation, equipment legality n Who’s the Head Referee? u Planned dual will be designated u Unplanned dual? Higher ranking

6 Referee Team Pre-game n Inspect field/players together n Determine lead/trail directions (left or rt.) n Decide touchline/goal line responsibilities n Review proper mechanics/techniques n Emphasize eye contact; consult if needed n Simultaneous whistle – defer to head ref n Coordination Issues u Substitutions u Injuries u Restarts

7 Pre-game with Coaches n Don’t “apologize” for doing a dual n Don’t suggest match will be called differently or that team’s need to adjust for dual n DO explain procedure if 3 rd shows n DO address subs “check-in” n Do stress officials have equal authority on foul calls

8 Trail whistles start Kickoff(s) Drop Ball ? Goal Kick Throw In (Trail side) Lead whistles start Corner kick Penalty kick Free kick Throw In (Lead side) Subs – official responsible for restart whistles Responsibility for Restart Whistle

9 Making the Call - Eye Contact Essential Referee who SEES the violation, whistles

10 Dual System of Control Out of bounds responsibility

11 Keep play in between on the yard rope Adjust to flow – Lead Official keys on Lead Attacker

12 No Touchline Hugging Flexible Pattern – requires high work rate to stay close enough to play and still be able to cover the offside decision

13 Covering “coffin corner” Trail must press down with play. Lead is usually screened and must split his focus to determine offside.

14 Running off the field may be required Just like diagonal system? Lead referee should be closer to the goal than the thrower, in order to cover goal scored as well as offside.

15 Play near the goal Lead referee across the goal may be necessary, but may also compromise the offside decision.

16 Set Positions Start of Play During play Free kick Corner kick Goalkeeper clearances Goal kick Penalty kick Throw in Drop ball

17 Start of Play

18 During PlayFree Kick

19 Trail referee: Moves even with ball Covers: placement encroachment delays (Restart whistle when ceremonial. Ensure Lead is in position.) Lead referee: Moves ahead for Play/goal coverage Free Kick in Attacking Half (Eye contact or repeat DKF/IFK signal to show readiness.) A quick restart will be a positioning challenge

20 Corner KickGoalkeeper Clearance

21 Goal Kick Penalty kick

22 Throw In

23 Dropped Ball Trail official controls drop ball Lead official anticipates play Direction of play could change quickly Officials need to be ready to adjust quickly (NFHS Rules seem to Indicate that there is a Restart whistle on Dropped balls??? Don’t!)

24 Set Positions - Discussion? Questions? Start of Play During play Free kick Corner kick Goalkeeper clearances Goal kick Penalty kick Throw in Drop ball

25 Remember “Dual in Dual System” is NOT spelled “duel” As always, teamwork is the key to success.

26 NFHS Soccer Dual System Mechanics Tarrant Chapter TASO Soccer Oct 22, 2009 (Adapted from: High School Soccer Referees Association of Greater St. Louis Compiled and Edited by Mike Stosz)


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