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Game Management Dealing with ….. Players Coaches Parents. Have you ever heard??? "Come on, ref! There are two teams on the field. Call it both ways!" "W$&*S#@!" . Slide 2. W$&*S#@! …. comes from players, coaches and spectators. It’s the # 1 reason referees drop out.

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Game Management

Dealing with …..

Players

Coaches

Parents

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Have you ever heard???

"Come on, ref! There are two teams on the field. Call it both ways!"

"W$&*S#@!"

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W$&*S#@! ….

comes from players, coaches and spectators.

It’s the # 1 reason referees drop out.

How does the referee avoid this???

Manage the players, coaches and fans…..

It’s called Game Management

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Game Management

    • As a player – what’s a badreferee?
    • Someone who….
  • Doesn’t know the Laws
  • Doesn’t know the game
  • Isn’t fair
  • Lazy
  • Doesn’t make calls or care

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Game Management

  • Does this referee deserve
  • "W$&*S#@!" ???
  • No – but it’s understandable.

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Game Management

    • As a player – what’s a good referee?
    • Someone who
  • Knows the game
  • Good communicator
  • Confident & humble
  • Positive and respectful
  • Knows it’s the players game.

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Game Management

  • Who gets more W$&*S#@! ?
  • This difference
  • Is the key to
  • avoiding
  • W$&*S#@!

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Game Management

  • The Laws
  • Why are there Laws in Soccer?
  • It’s the referee team’s responsibility to enforce the Laws and keep the match Safe & Fair.
  • To do this you MUST know the Laws.

Study and Know How to Apply the LAWS

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Game Management

  • Communication & Confidence
  • Eye Contact – Window to the soul
  • Body Language
  • Standard Signals
  • Use of your Whistle
  • Use of Cards

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Game Management

  • Game Respect
  • Allow the game to flow.
  • The best official is one that is not noticed.
  • Smile! Have fun and spread the fun to the players.
  • Be courteous and respectful at all times.

Remember whose game it is!!!

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Game Management

  • Game Respect

It’s the players’ game!

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Game Management

  • Game Respect
  • Just like you spend the first 5 minutes or so of a match reading players, players are trying to read you.
  • Keep a positive and respectful attitude to players and coaches. Use “Ladies” and “Gentlemen”, “Sir” and “Ma’am”, “Please” and “Thank you”.
  • In return, you will gain a more respectful attitude.
  • Spend equal time with each coach. Do not give the impression of being closer to one or the other.

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Game Management

  • Player Respect

Make eye contact during conversations. Do not turn away from a player or a situation without dealing with it.

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Game Management

  • Player Respect

Never touch or hold a player! Avoid pointing at a player or wagging your finger at them

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Game Management

  • Player Respect

When a player is injured, assess the severity of the injury. Call for help if needed, and then

get away

from the

area.

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Game Management

  • Coaches & Player Respect
  • Know the difference between emotion and dissent.
  • Don’t be afraid to listen to their complaints. You do not have to agree, but often they just want to be heard.
  • Do not make threats like “One more word and you’re gone!”
  • During a blow-out, keep your focus and do not allow misconduct.
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Game Management

  • Coaches & Player Respect

Treat players and coaches the way you want to be treated

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Game Management

  • Dealing with Dissent

Sometimes despite all these tools – there will be Dissent that MUST be dealt with

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Game Management

  • Dealing with Dissent

What is Dissent???

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Game Management

  • Dealing with Dissent

Dissent is when someone does not agree with your decision

By a …..

Player

Substitute

Coach

Spectator

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Game Management

  • Dealing with Dissent

Dissent is when someone does not agree with your decision

Regarding…

Any decision of the game officials

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Game Management

  • Dealing with Dissent

Dissent is when someone does not agree with your decision

How??

By word or action

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Game Management

  • Dealing with Dissent

Dissent is when someone does not agree with your decision

It could be…

  • Disrespectful
  • Abusive
  • Personal
  • Threatening

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Game Management

  • Dealing with Dissent

Dissent is when someone does not agree with your decision

It crosses the line and must be dealt with when it is…

  • directed at the officials
  • effects play
  • effects referee team concentration
  • personal

Game Management - New Referee Training

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  • Dealing with Dissent

How do you handle dissent?

“Climb the Ladder”

- A Verbal Warning

- Caution

- Send-Off

- TERMINATION

Game Management - New Referee Training

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  • Dealing with Dissent

RESTART ???

  • IFK– if Dissent called on a player or substitute
  • Drop Ball – if Dissent called on a Coach or Spectator

Game Management - New Referee Training

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  • Dealing with Dissent

Your Reactions

  • Be Calm
  • Be Firm
  • Be Positive
  • Keep It Short

Game Management - New Referee Training

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  • Dealing with Dissent

WATCH-OUTS…

  • Rabbit Ears (over sensitive)
  • Avoidance
  • Not Following Thru
  • Over-Reaction

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Game Management

  • Dealing with Dissent

Start the Match Fresh

Keep a Safe Distance

Do Not Add Fuel to the Fire

Do Not Shout

Do Not Threaten

S

M

I

L

E

Game Management - New Referee Training

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dealing with coach and parental dissent
Dealing with Coach and Parental Dissent

As per a former USSF Referee and Mgr of Referee Training) – Use…

Ask-Tell-Dismiss Approach

for coaches….

Game Management - New Referee Training

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ask tell dismiss approach
Ask-Tell-DismissApproach

Ask – Referee asks the coach to refrain from the poor behavior

  • “Coach – please, I am refereeing the game. Let me do my job without your help.”
  • “Coach – Please Shhh!”
  • “Coach – I hear you, but please let me referee the game.”

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Ask-Tell-DismissApproach

Tell – Tell the coach their poor behavior will no longer be tolerated.

  • “Coach – I am telling you your behavior is

not acceptable. Please change it or I am going to have take further action.”

  • “Coach – the decision is yours.”

The coach decides what happens next – it’s on their shoulders

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Ask-Tell-DismissApproach

Dismiss – the final step is ejection.

  • “Coach – please leave the field. The match will not continue the game until you are gone. If you don’t leave, we will end the match.”
  • You and your ARs then walk to the center of the field and wait for the coach to leave.
  • Coach doesn’t leave? You and your ARs then leave the field and immediately call your referee assigner.

Game Management - New Referee Training

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Dealing with Coach and Parental Dissent

Ask-Tell-Dismiss Approach

for spectators….

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Ask-Tell-DismissApproach - Parents

Ask – Ask the coach to deal with spectators.

NEVER, NEVER deal with spectators yourself!

  • “Coach – Please, you are responsible for the conduct of your spectators. Their screaming is getting in the way of me doing my job (or the game). If it continues and no one deals with it, we have to suspend or terminate the game.“

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Ask-Tell-DismissApproach - Spectators
  • “Coach - I'll give you a couple minutes to go over and tell your spectators to stop their dissent.“
  • Knowing that if they don't deal with their spectators, the game can be terminated and their team takes a loss … the coach is forced to take action.
  • The game is stopped as the coach walks across the field – walk of shame. Focus is off the referee and on the coach and spectators.

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Game Management

  • Dealing with Dissent

If there’s DISSENT – DEAL with IT !!!

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