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    1. Ken Aston Referee Society The Pre-game Conference

    2. PRE-GAME CONFERENCE

    3. PRE-GAME CONFERENCE

    5. TEAM MECHANICS WHICH DIAGONAL---Will you switch at half-time, did you inspect the field and boundary lines, are there any hazards LINESMAN'S ZONE OF CONTROL---If you limit their zone then are you in-shape to cover the whole field, identify the critical areas and delegate authority,then appreciate their help MIRROR FLAGS---for substitutions, misconduct behind your back PREGAME ENTRY--- Project the image of a team, be professional remember you are being watched, check the goals prior to the entry START OF EACH PERIOD CHECKS---The goal-nets, flags,balls, did you issue any cards,confirm all records POSITIONS AND SIGNALS FOR ALL STOPPAGES---Be sure to use ONLY USSF-approved signals, remember "eye contact", the signal is the officials' way of communicating WHICH DIAGONAL---Will you switch at half-time, did you inspect the field and boundary lines, are there any hazards LINESMAN'S ZONE OF CONTROL---If you limit their zone then are you in-shape to cover the whole field, identify the critical areas and delegate authority,then appreciate their help MIRROR FLAGS---for substitutions, misconduct behind your back PREGAME ENTRY--- Project the image of a team, be professional remember you are being watched, check the goals prior to the entry START OF EACH PERIOD CHECKS---The goal-nets, flags,balls, did you issue any cards,confirm all records POSITIONS AND SIGNALS FOR ALL STOPPAGES---Be sure to use ONLY USSF-approved signals, remember "eye contact", the signal is the officials' way of communicating

    6. GAME ADMINISTRATION TIMING---Who is keeping a back-up time, what is the signal for "Time is up", how many watches does a referee really need RECORDING OF GOALS AND CARDS---Who will record first, who records and what do they record, what is the signal to indicate you are finished recording ADMINISTRATION OF SUBSTITUTIONS---When are subs allowed, do we mirror flags, when do I let him/her onto the field, this is the time to inspect the new "players" equipment, should the referee wait until the new player is in position to play or should you restart the game as soon as his feet enter the field DUTIES OF FOURTH OFFICIAL---What are their duties, what should they do if you get injured, an injured linesman, what do you mean by "bench control", what do they do when you "send off" a player or ask the coach to leaveTIMING---Who is keeping a back-up time, what is the signal for "Time is up", how many watches does a referee really need RECORDING OF GOALS AND CARDS---Who will record first, who records and what do they record, what is the signal to indicate you are finished recording ADMINISTRATION OF SUBSTITUTIONS---When are subs allowed, do we mirror flags, when do I let him/her onto the field, this is the time to inspect the new "players" equipment, should the referee wait until the new player is in position to play or should you restart the game as soon as his feet enter the field DUTIES OF FOURTH OFFICIAL---What are their duties, what should they do if you get injured, an injured linesman, what do you mean by "bench control", what do they do when you "send off" a player or ask the coach to leave

    7. TOUCHLINES---who will cover your half of the touch-line if you are not in position, your half of the goal-line, the area in front of the bench area,what signals do they use, what if you are not sure which who last touched the ball GOAL-LINE---who will cover your half of the goal-line if you are not in position, what signals do you want,when do you not want a signal THE GOAL---GOOD,BAD,UGLY---what is the USSF signal to indicate that a good goal has been scored, a player in the off-side position is involved in the scoring of a goal, a teammate of the scorer fouls an opponent as the shot is taken, a goal may have been scored but neither you nor the lead linesman is sure MISSED FLAGS ON BOUNDARY DECISIONS---how long should the linesman hold the flag, what if he is in front of the bench area, what if a goal has been scored, should the flag be mirrored,what if referee is about to restart the game following an "illegal" goal TOUCHLINES---who will cover your half of the touch-line if you are not in position, your half of the goal-line, the area in front of the bench area,what signals do they use, what if you are not sure which who last touched the ball GOAL-LINE---who will cover your half of the goal-line if you are not in position, what signals do you want,when do you not want a signal THE GOAL---GOOD,BAD,UGLY---what is the USSF signal to indicate that a good goal has been scored, a player in the off-side position is involved in the scoring of a goal, a teammate of the scorer fouls an opponent as the shot is taken, a goal may have been scored but neither you nor the lead linesman is sure MISSED FLAGS ON BOUNDARY DECISIONS---how long should the linesman hold the flag, what if he is in front of the bench area, what if a goal has been scored, should the flag be mirrored,what if referee is about to restart the game following an "illegal" goal

    8. COVERAGE OF INFRACTIONS OFF-SIDE---how long do you hold the flag up, does it matter if the off-side was at mid-field, how about within the penalty area, should you flag when you "know" the goalie will get to the ball first FOULS IN GENERAL---how "hard" should I wave the flag, how long do you keep waving the flag, should I mirror the other linesman's flag, do I "snap" the flag down, should I look for the referee first,what is the signal for an "indirect" free-kick FOULS NEAR THE GOAL---if the referee is in "transition" and no where near-by should I signal or not, what if the foul is out of "my zone", how do I indicate an "indirect" free kick PENALTY KICKS CALLED BY THE REFEREE---look for the referee,then walk toward the corner-flag, do not turn until the referee points toward the penalty mark, then assume the position on the goal-line PENALTY KICKS CALLED BY THE LINESMAN---look for eye contact with the referee, signal for a foul, immediately after the whistle, lower the flag between your legs and point it toward the ground, once recognized by the referee then assume the USSF position on the goal-line MISSED FLAGS ON INFRACTIONS---look for the referee before signaling, do you have eye contact, is there an advantage, have you adjusted your game to the referees, how serious is the infraction-is it a trifling foul, over aggressive, is misconduct involved,how long are you going to stand there with the flag up in the air, remember- if I wave the flag will I embarrass the referee, if I don't wave the flag will I bring the game into disreputeOFF-SIDE---how long do you hold the flag up, does it matter if the off-side was at mid-field, how about within the penalty area, should you flag when you "know" the goalie will get to the ball first FOULS IN GENERAL---how "hard" should I wave the flag, how long do you keep waving the flag, should I mirror the other linesman's flag, do I "snap" the flag down, should I look for the referee first,what is the signal for an "indirect" free-kick FOULS NEAR THE GOAL---if the referee is in "transition" and no where near-by should I signal or not, what if the foul is out of "my zone", how do I indicate an "indirect" free kick PENALTY KICKS CALLED BY THE REFEREE---look for the referee,then walk toward the corner-flag, do not turn until the referee points toward the penalty mark, then assume the position on the goal-line PENALTY KICKS CALLED BY THE LINESMAN---look for eye contact with the referee, signal for a foul, immediately after the whistle, lower the flag between your legs and point it toward the ground, once recognized by the referee then assume the USSF position on the goal-line MISSED FLAGS ON INFRACTIONS---look for the referee before signaling, do you have eye contact, is there an advantage, have you adjusted your game to the referees, how serious is the infraction-is it a trifling foul, over aggressive, is misconduct involved,how long are you going to stand there with the flag up in the air, remember- if I wave the flag will I embarrass the referee, if I don't wave the flag will I bring the game into disrepute

    9. COVERAGE OF MISCONDUCT