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Post by FriscoSoccer2004 01/08/15, 04:32 pm

TatonkaBurger wrote:Where's the fun in just looking at the link...?

Agree. And the 05s made their 1st top 10 thread. Imagine that on the day they turned U11 no less. santa

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Post by TatonkaBurger 01/08/15, 05:53 pm

FriscoSoccer05 wrote:
TatonkaBurger wrote:Where's the fun in just looking at the link...?

Agree.  And the 05s made their 1st top 10 thread.  Imagine that on the day they turned U11 no less.  santa

High 5!!!  cheers cheers cheers

And it looks like Sting Parsons has taken control of their bracket.
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Post by FriscoSoccer2004 01/08/15, 08:24 pm

Looks like we have our 1st upset of the day
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Post by Ev23 01/08/15, 09:07 pm

Who?
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Post by TatonkaBurger 01/08/15, 09:23 pm

I'll guess it is the DT Stark loss to Andro West Duren. I would call the Fever United 0-0 tie to Andro Haylock pretty close to an upset too.
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Post by FriscoSoccer2004 01/08/15, 09:25 pm

TatonkaBurger wrote:I'll guess it is the DT Stark loss to Andro West Duren. I would call the Fever United 0-0 tie to Andro Haylock pretty close to an upset too.

Agree
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Post by Ev23 01/08/15, 09:46 pm

I guess so, I didn't expect Andro W Duren to have a win today much less be on their way to D1. Congrats to them
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Post by Ev23 01/08/15, 09:46 pm

What's going on with Fever?
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Post by TaxiMom 01/08/15, 10:16 pm

FriscoSoccer05 wrote:
TatonkaBurger wrote:I'll guess it is the DT Stark loss to Andro West Duren. I would call the Fever United 0-0 tie to Andro Haylock pretty close to an upset too.

Agree

Or the NTFC Black 3-3 tie to LP Fowler.

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Post by mmorris 01/08/15, 10:21 pm

Ev23 wrote:What's going on with Fever?

We know a player on Fever, and we were chatting with her mom today in between games.  Seems like they've had ample chances to score, but just haven't been able to find the back of the net.  Bad timing to go on a scoring drought like that.
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Post by Ev23 01/08/15, 10:36 pm

mmorris wrote:
Ev23 wrote:What's going on with Fever?

We know a player on Fever, and we were chatting with her mom today in between games.  Seems like they've had ample chances to score, but just haven't been able to find the back of the net.  Bad timing to go on a scoring drought like that.

Yea, I think that's going around. Sounds like our morning game
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Post by unknowingmom 01/08/15, 11:21 pm

TaxiMom wrote:
FriscoSoccer05 wrote:
TatonkaBurger wrote:I'll guess it is the DT Stark loss to Andro West Duren. I would call the Fever United 0-0 tie to Andro Haylock pretty close to an upset too.

Agree

Or the NTFC Black 3-3 tie to LP Fowler.

I think lp fowler could have won that game. If a goalie has the ball in their hands is the ref suppose to allow the other team to kick it out. The refs were horrible in that game.
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Post by FriscoSoccer2004 02/08/15, 12:36 am

unknowingmom wrote:
TaxiMom wrote:
FriscoSoccer05 wrote:
TatonkaBurger wrote:I'll guess it is the DT Stark loss to Andro West Duren. I would call the Fever United 0-0 tie to Andro Haylock pretty close to an upset too.

Agree

Or the NTFC Black 3-3 tie to LP Fowler.

I think lp fowler could have won that game. If a goalie has the ball in their hands is the ref suppose to allow the other team to kick it out. The refs were horrible in that game.

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By Jim Allen, National Instructor Staff

This article is designed to help make referees and players aware of what constitutes goalkeeper possession and what opponents may and may not do when the goalkeeper has possession.
•Watch an Application of This Law From a World Cup Qualifier Between Trinidad and Bahrain

What Does "Possession” Mean?
While the ball is in the possession of the goalkeeper, it cannot be played by an opponent. Any attempt to do so may be punished by a direct free kick. "In the possession of the goalkeeper" is defined as the goalkeeper having the ball trapped between one hand and a surface (which may include the other hand, the ground, a goalpost, or the keeper's own body). International Board Decision Two of Law 12 emphasizes that the hand includes any part of the hand or arm. However, as stated in the Advice to Referees on the Laws of the Game (Advice 12.16 and 12.17), the goalkeeper is also considered to be in possession of the ball while bouncing it on the ground or while throwing it into the air. Possession is given up if, while throwing the ball into the air, it is allowed to strike the ground.

Once the goalkeeper has gained possession (also known as "control") of the ball, an opponent may not interfere with or block the goalkeeper's distribution of the ball. For example, players have a right to maintain a position achieved during the normal course of play, but they may not try to block the goalkeeper's movement while he or she is holding the ball and trying to distribute it. Nor may opposing players do anything to hinder, interfere with, or block a goalkeeper who is throwing or punting the ball back into play. The goalkeeper has already gained possession and is granted up to six seconds to release the ball back into play by other players. A goalkeeper in the act of distributing the ball may not be challenged under these circumstances. (This includes trying to head a ball out of the goalkeeper's open hand or playing a ball being bounced or tossed into the air by the goalkeeper.) An opponent does not violate the Law, however, if that player takes advantage of a ball clearly released by the goalkeeper directly to him or her, in his or her direction, or deflecting off him or her nonviolently.

When is Possession Lost?
The critical question is when the goalkeeper has released the ball into play and thus has allowed the ball to be played by an opponent. Based on traditional interpretations of this issue and the International Board's Questions and Answers, the referee should consider the ball as having been released into play after leaving the goalkeeper's hands only if the goalkeeper has completed a throw or kick (punt) and the goalkeeper is not able directly to possess the ball again in his or her hands. Thus, the ball is not playable by an opponent during the entire time it is being held by the goalkeeper (including when the ball is being bounced on the ground) or during the entire process of being released into play (including the action of throwing or kicking/punting the ball). In short, opponents may play the ball only if the goalkeeper has clearly distributed the ball by kicking or throwing it.

"Parrying" Versus "Saving"
The concept of "parrying" is still in the Law; however, parrying is no longer seen at the higher levels of play, because it is no longer an effective tool for the goalkeeper, who has only six seconds to distribute the ball after achieving possession. "Parrying" should not be confused with making a "save." "Parrying" occurs when the goalkeeper controls the ball with the hands by pushing it to an area where it can be played later. By parrying the ball, the goalkeeper has done two things simultaneously: (1) established control and (2) given up possession. The ball is now free for all to play and the goalkeeper may not play it again with the hands. Referees must watch carefully to see that the goalkeeper does not use a parry (disguised as a “save”) in an attempt to hide the fact that he or she has established possession.

When the Goalkeeper Releases the Ball
Since the overhaul of the Laws in 1997, other players may not attempt to play the ball while the goalkeeper has possession of the ball or is attempting to release the ball so that others may play it. An opposing player attempting to do so with the foot should be whistled for either kicking or attempting to kick, and the referee must award a direct free kick. The goalkeeper gives up possession if, while throwing the ball into the air, he allows it to strike the ground. The goalkeeper also gives up possession by clearly releasing it for general play. It is playable in such a case as soon as it hits the ground. (NOTE: The released ball must hit the ground to be playable. If the goalkeeper is punting the ball, the opponent may not interfere or attempt to play the ball.) Any attempt to kick the ball while it is in the possession of the 'keeper may be punished by a direct free kick (and may be subject to caution or send-off, depending on the circumstances).

If the goalkeeper has control—but not full possession—by means other than the hands (e.g., dribbling with the feet or holding the ball against the ground with his body or feet), an opponent may challenge the goalkeeper in any permissible way. As there are very few permissible ways to play a ball trapped by the goalkeeper's body or legs, the goalkeeper must either release the ball immediately or rise and play the ball immediately. Failure to do so could result in the awarding of an indirect free kick against the goalkeeper for playing dangerously, and, if this illegal control persists, possibly a caution and yellow card for unsporting behavior.

Why Are These Provisions Important?
These provisions are important because the IFAB wants the ball to be playable as much and for as long as possible. Anything that reduces legal challenges for the ball must be strictly limited. That is why there are rules against the goalkeeper establishing second possession (also known as second touch) or handling a ball that has been deliberately kicked to him or her by a teammate, handling on a throw-in from a teammate, and even the basic limitation of six seconds. They are all designed to keep to a minimum the time an opponent may not challenge for the ball.

What the Referee Looks For
The referee's perception of goalkeeper possession should be tempered by the players’ skill level. At very young ages, possession of the ball should be defined broadly to include having a hand on the ball, other than purely incidental contact. Once the goalkeeper is in possession of the ball, opponents must stop challenging or attempting to play the ball. Any attempt to kick, head, knee, or otherwise play the ball in the goalkeeper's possession must be considered as an action directed at the goalkeeper and therefore should be considered as a direct free kick offense. If contact is made, the referee might consider that the kicking player committed serious foul play and might then send off the player and show the red card.


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Post by unknowingmom 02/08/15, 03:58 am

Thank you friscosoccer05 that is exactly what happened. The goalkeeper had the ball in their hands there by having possession. So one of ntfc goals should not have even counted. And im not saying that it wasnt a good game but when a team is an underdog and they have to fight the other team as well as the refs its makes that game twice as hard for them. Is this what we have to look forward with LH refs?
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Post by controlthemid 02/08/15, 07:55 am

The refs in the NTFC black game weren't bad missed an off side call, didn't throw a yellow card with a blatant take down and no attempt at the ball, and understood that possession is not a goalie batting a ball down and dropping it. NTFC controlled the game, but had defensive weak spots which according to a parent had to do with a conflict of schedule. It's 10 year old soccer folks... NTFC held on despite the little things breaking down for them. LP fought a great game.


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Post by KeeperCommander 02/08/15, 08:07 am

controlthemid wrote:The refs in the NTFC black game weren't bad missed an off side call, didn't throw a yellow card with a blatant take down and no attempt at the ball, and understood that possession is not a goalie batting a ball down and dropping it. NTFC controlled the game, but had defensive weak spots which according to a parent had to do with a conflict of schedule. It's 10 year old soccer folks... NTFC held on despite the little things breaking down for them. LP fought a great game.

That might be the most confusing first sentence I have ever read.

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Post by controlthemid 02/08/15, 08:27 am

Sorry keeper commander.... Hadn't had coffee.. Yet!!!!

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Post by SickofStupidity 02/08/15, 08:38 am

unknowingmom wrote:Thank you friscosoccer05 that is exactly what happened. The goalkeeper had the ball in their hands there by having possession. So one of ntfc goals should not have even counted. And im not saying that it wasnt a good game but when a team is an underdog and they have to fight the other team as well as the refs its makes that game twice as hard for them.  Is this what we have to look forward with LH refs?

In a word . . . yes.

I have seen a goalie have the ball pinned motionless on the ground with 2 hands - think something akin to Charlie Brown - and have a player come up and kick it for a goal.

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Post by Zizou 02/08/15, 08:44 am

Unfortunately , soccer development of your team has ended. Self defense and kick ball lessons will take the place of skill development for survival.

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Post by Keep05 02/08/15, 08:49 am

Having 2 hands on the ball while the Keeper has control is possession. Unfortunately things like this will happen. Very exciting game that could have gone both ways. NTFC didnt control the game. If that was the case they would havent been scored on 3 times.


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Post by StacyJ 02/08/15, 08:52 am

Ev23 - Everyone should be Happy that a team and coach with Integrity and talent, and a manager that isn’t dishonest or stealing is moving on.

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Post by mmorris 02/08/15, 09:14 am

StacyJ wrote:Ev23 - Everyone should be Happy that a team and coach with Integrity and talent, and a manager that isn’t dishonest or stealing is moving on.

Stacy J, if you're going to spoof being a parent of another team, at least have the courtesy of spelling the team name correctly (e.g. Andro - Duren). Rolling Eyes
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Post by ballhead 02/08/15, 09:20 am

StacyJ wrote:Ev23 - Everyone should be Happy that a team and coach with Integrity and talent, and a manager that isn’t dishonest or stealing is moving on.

Of course we're all relieved!! Lord knows the vast majority of teams and coaches have no integrity and talent, which pairs nicely with all the managers who are dishonest and stealing.  

We're all grateful that your team is moving on, a beam of light in this dark world of youth soccer!
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Post by KeeperCommander 02/08/15, 09:54 am

I love it when a one post screen name comes on and makes accusations.

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Post by Ev23 02/08/15, 10:14 am

I know I'm kind of tired of or bum of a coach. And our manager keeps stealing all the girls water bottles.
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Post by TatonkaBurger 02/08/15, 11:15 am

Fever is in trouble.
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