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1 August 2013 Meeting Presented by John White Published by Eric M. Scott

2 August 2013 Meeting Agenda  Announcements – John White Meetings & Classes Upcoming Tournaments & Seasons Featured Presenters  MSSF Update - Mike Candebat – State Referee Administrator, MSSF Assignor  USSF Laws of the Game Update – John White

3 Announcements Presented by John White

4 Announcements (cont.) Meetings  High School Preseason Meeting Sunday, August 18 th, 6:30 p.m. Advent Pres. Church – Germantown Parkway Presenters – Jack Winkleman & Rich Lando

5 Announcements (cont.) Meetings  On Field Training Session – FREE!!!! Saturday, August 24 th, 10:00 a.m. - Noon. Collierville High School Soccer Field RSVP Required – Instructors – John White, Mark Herrington & Eric Scott 2 hours of Continuing Education Credit Special Thanks to Ken Mears

6 Announcements (cont.) Meetings  TSSAA State Rules Meeting for Soccer On Line – Through August 31 st Required State Meeting

7 Announcements (cont.) Meetings  Grade 8 Entry Level Referee Course Class August 23 rd, 24 th, & 25th Instructor – James Beard Mike Rose Soccer Complex Conference Room to register

8 Announcements (cont.) Meetings  Grade 8 Recertification Class October 12 th, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Nov. 9 th, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Instructor – James Beard Mike Rose Soccer Complex Conference Room On Line Test to register

9 Announcements (cont.) Meetings  WTSRA Meeting September 9 6:30 p.m. Central Church Topic – To Be Announced

10 Upcoming Tournaments Presented by John C. White

11 Upcoming Tournaments SoccerElite Fall Championship  September 6 th - 8th  Mike Rose Soccer Complex  Assignor – Mike Mears & Doug Irby  Submit Availability –

12 Upcoming Tournaments The Rose Cup  September 20 th – 22 nd  Mike Rose Soccer Complex  Assignor – Mike Mears  Submit Availability –

13 Upcoming Tournaments Wolf River Classic  October 18 th – 20th  Mike Rose Soccer Complex  Assignor – Mike Mears & Doug Irby  Submit Availability –

14 Upcoming Tournaments Wolf River Classic  October 25 th – 27th  Mike Rose Soccer Complex  Assignor – Mike Mears & Doug Irby  Submit Availability –

15 Upcoming Tournaments GIT Tournaments  GIT Boys u9 – u15, Nov. 15 th – 17th  GIT Girls u9 – u15, Nov. 22 th – 24 th  GIT Boys u15 – u19, Dec. 6 th – Dec. 8th  GIT Girls u15 – u19, Dec. 13 th – 15th  Mike Rose Soccer Complex  Sign up available

16 Join WTSRA

17 Join WTSRA! WTSRA $20 for 2012 Payable to Ray S. (WTSRA Treasurer) Why Join WTSRA?  Attend 5 WTSRA Meeting  Pay Dues  No Recert. Class Required.  Take Recert Test On Line

18 MSSF Preseason Meeting Mike Candebat – Assigner, State Assessor & State Referee Administrator

19 MSSF Preseason Meeting Agenda 2013 MSSF Match Information 2013 MSSF Rules of Competition 2013 Fall MSSF Match Report  All of these documents can be found at

20 MSSF Match Information Age BracketsAge Groups Team SizesField SizeHalves Ball SizeRefereeAssistant (minutes)Referee 1Referee 2 U10 Boys/GirlsU8, U9 and U106 Quarter Field254$28.00 (not assigned) U10 Boys/GirlsU8, U9 and U108Half field254$28.00 (not assigned) U12 Boys/GirlsU11 and U128Half field304$34.00 (not assigned) U12 Boys/GirlsU1211Full field304$34.00$26.00 U14 Boys/GirlsU13 and U1411Full field355$42.00$30.00 U14 Boys/GirlsU14 and U1511Full field405$46.00$34.00 Special SituationU14 vs. U1411Full field355$42.00$30.00 High SchoolU15, 16, 17, 1811Full field455$50.00$38.00 Special SituationsU15 vs. U1511Full field405$46.00$34.00 U15 vs. U1611Full field405$46.00$34.00 U16 vs. U1611Full field405$46.00$34.00

21 MSSF Match Information Instructions to each team managers These are the minimum expectations of the referee

22 MSSF Match Information Instructions to each team managers  Find referee at least 15 minutes prior to match  He / She provide the referee MSSF Match Report, rosters, laminated player's cards, game fees  Avoid delaying the start of the match

23 MSSF Match Information Instructions to each team managers Each team pays one-half of the Referee fee and one of the Assistant Referee fees. If only two referees are present, each team pays one-half of the Referee and one-half of the Assistant Referee fee. If only one referee is present, each team pays one- half of the Referee fee. Referees do not receive any additional fees if a referee is missing

24 MSSF Match Information Instructions to each team managers Referee fees are to be paid prior to the commencement of the match. If a match is cancelled due to weather prior to halftime, the referees are to receive one-half of the match fees. If a match is canceled in the second half, referees are to receive their full match fees.

25 MSSF Match Information Mechanics and the use of Club Linesmen Standard USSF Referee mechanics. Do NOT Use Two Whistles Club linesmen may be used at the discretion of the Referee. They will be under direct supervision of the Referee. Club linesmen, even though a licensed USSF Referee, may only indicate ball out of touch, and may not call fouls or offside.

26 MSSF Match Information Mechanics and the use of Club Linesmen Club linesmen are not to receive compensation for their services. Club linesmen are not to be used for small-sided matches.

27 MSSF Preseason Meeting MSSF Match Information file://localhost/Users/emscott/Desktop/August 2013 WTSRA Meeting/Match Information.xls

28 MSSF Report Form The Report Form has a new format This report asks for MSSF specific information All duties and responsibilities found in the MSSF rules of competition apply This is in addition to the USSF match report and supplemental report

29 MSSF Preseason Meeting MSSF Match Report file://localhost/Users/emscott/Desktop/August 2013 WTSRA Meeting/MSSF Match Report Fall 2013%5B2%5D.doc file://localhost/Users/emscott/Desktop/August 2013 WTSRA Meeting/MSSF Match Report Fall 2013%5B2%5D.doc

30 Rules of Competition Be aware of rules of competition before arriving at the match site. file://localhost/Users/emscott/Desktop/August 2013 WTSRA Meeting/MSSF Rules Fall 2013 Rules of Competition%5B3%5D.doc

31 USSF Law Changes John White – Referee Instructor

32 USSF Law Changes Law 8 – Start and Restart of play (i) Dropped ball – Contested/Uncontested (submitted by FIFA)  Proposed text Infringements and sanctions If the ball enters the goal: if a dropped ball is kicked directly into the opponents' goal, a goal kick is awarded if a dropped ball is kicked directly into the teams' own goal, a corner kick is awarded to the opposing team  Infringements and sanctions If the ball enters the goal: if a dropped ball is kicked directly (not touched by another player) into the opponent’s goal, a goal kick is awarded if a dropped ball is kicked directly (not touched by another player) into the team’s own goal, a corner kick is awarded to the opposing team

33 USSF Law Changes Law 8 Changes  Reason Law 8 – Start and Restart of play (dropped ball  The proposed new text will clarify the interpretation of the word “direct” in the context of any player playing the ball more than once and thereafter scoring a goal without the ball being played by any other player.

34 USSF Law Changes Law 11 – Offside Interpretation of the Laws of the Game  (i) Discussion on “interfering with an opponent/gaining an advantage” (submitted by FIFA)  Proposed text

35 USSF Law Changes Law 11 – Offside Interpretation of the Laws of the Game  In the context of Law 11 – Offside, the following definitions apply:  “interfering with play” means playing or touching the ball passed or touched by a team-mate

36 USSF Law Changes Law 11 – Offside Interpretation of the Laws of the Game  “interfering with an opponent” means preventing an opponent from playing or being able to play the ball by clearly obstructing the opponent’s line of vision or challenging an opponent for the ball.

37 USSF Law Changes Law 11 – Offside Interpretation of the Laws of the Game  “gaining an advantage by being in that position” means playing a ball (i) that rebounds or is deflected to him off the goalpost, crossbar or an opponent having been in an offside position (ii) that rebounds, deflected or is played to him from a deliberate save by an opponent having been in an offside position

38 USSF Law Changes Law 11 – Offside Interpretation of the Laws of the Game  A player in an offside position receiving the ball from an opponent, who deliberately plays the ball (except from a deliberate save), is not considered to have gained an advantage.

39 USSF Law Changes Law 11 – Offside Interpretation of the Laws of the Game  Reason The current wording creates many discussions as it gives too much room for interpretation and is not precise enough. The new text is more in line with actual game situations and will eliminate the confusion regarding what is meant by rebound, deflection and when the ball has been deliberately saved.

40 USSF Law Changes USSF Video  to-the-laws-of-the-game.aspx to-the-laws-of-the-game.aspx  

41 Next WTSRA Meeting September 9 6:30 p.m. Central Church Topic – To Be Announced


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