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When a Soccer Referee Overhears a Coach Order an Injury

Posted by Jason Sholl on September 14, 2016

You are the center referee in a competitive U-15 Boys match. It is the second half and there is no score. The red team has just signaled for a substitution at a stoppage in play. Your assistant referee on the same side of the red team is signaling for you to come over. 

The assistant referee tells you: “the head coach for the red team just told his substitute if they can ‘take out’ blue #17, it would open the whole right wing for us and we can win.” 

The substitute awaits entry to the pitch.

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Laws of the Game

How Soccer Referees Should Handle Goalkeepers Locking Their Knee

Posted by Jason Sholl on June 22, 2016

An attacker crosses the ball in the air and into the penalty area in a soccer match. The first player we expect to make a fair play for the ball is the goalkeeper. But when the goalkeeper launches into the air with their knee locked for "protection" (more on this in a minute), where do referees draw the line for misconduct?

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Laws of the Game

Summary of Changes to the 2016 Laws of the Game: the Official Soccer Rules

Posted by Jason Sholl on April 19, 2016

The International Football Association Board (IFAB) have published the latest changes to the 2016/2017 Laws of the Game, the official rules for soccer around the world. The ultimate aim of revising the LOTG is " increase the universality of the Laws by making them easily understood so football throughout the world benefits from consistent interpretation and application."

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Laws of the Game