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Post by Geezaldinho on Sat Sep 07, 2019 5:33 pm

5-3-2 is Still the same. Remember that exhibitions and alumni matches don’t count towards the totals.

And there has been the clarification that you can’t get more than one yellow per match. A second yellow counts as a red, for which you sit the next match.
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Post by Geezaldinho on Sun Sep 08, 2019 9:21 pm

Up men put on a scoring clinic against Davidson tonight. Six goals by six different players.

It made for a looong day of soccer with the two games separated by 3 hours.

The game was never in doubt, but half the fans got tornado alerts on their phones telling us to take shelter.

So I did. I chose the Pilot club tent at halftime.
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Post by SoreKnees on Mon Sep 09, 2019 11:00 am

Agreed. Somehow they found their shooting boots this weekend. I'm not confident that these performances were against strong competition, though, so I'm not ready to think that we are a potent attacking force.

Depth seems like a strength of this team. There really isn't too much drop-off at a lot of positions when the starters are rotated out.

I assume that the weird scheduling this weekend was the result of a cancellation in the women's invitational tournament. There "should" have been a UP women's match on Thursday against another visitor and a UW match on Sunday against the same team. Does anybody know anything about this?
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Post by DoubleDipper on Mon Sep 09, 2019 11:56 am

Geezaldinho wrote:The game was never in doubt, but half the fans got tornado alerts on their phones telling us to take shelter..
I saw you and Mrs. G. heading down the stairs before the half ended, but was told the tornado wouldn't hit Merlo Field...

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Post by Geezaldinho on Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:25 pm

We are back to not scoring.

Lots of running around, not much effect as the Pilots went down 0-2 to the RedHawks.
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Post by SoreKnees on Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:07 am

I watched the first half and decided that it wasn't worth continuing. They were flat last night. Many errant passes. No movement off the ball. Lots of dribbling into cul-de-sacs.

The first goal was inexcusable as we had a player on the near post to guard against exactly what happened, except that he abandoned his position while the corner kick was still in the air.
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Post by Geezaldinho on Fri Sep 13, 2019 9:12 am

SoreKnees wrote:

The first goal was inexcusable as we had a player on the near post to guard against exactly what happened, except that he abandoned his position while the corner kick was still in the air.

Credit the red hawk for the nice backheel, but what ever happened to the dictum that the defender stays on the post until he is released by the keeper?
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Post by StudentPilot on Sun Sep 15, 2019 9:03 pm

When Ben Ortiz was called for a foul in the Pilots 1-0 win over Wisconsin tonight, the ref went to video replay and determined Ben should be kicked out of the game.

There's now VAR in college soccer?  scratch
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Post by Geezaldinho on Mon Sep 16, 2019 3:57 pm

StudentPilot wrote:

There's now VAR in college soccer?  scratch

There has been for violent conduct,  goals scored, ( and whether the goal beat the clock) , and has been for years, if it is available.
“5.7.3 Video review is permissible in four specific situations. Those four situations are:
5.7.3.1 Determining whether a goal has been scored;
5.7.3.2 Identifying players for disciplinary matters;
5.7.3.3 Determining whether a fight occurred and identifying all participants; and
5.7.3.4 Determining whether violent conduct occurred and identifying all participants.”

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Post by SoreKnees on Sat Sep 21, 2019 10:04 am

Good win last night against the thugs from Northridge. The three goals were well taken and they seem to be getting the most out of Pereira's excellent hold-up play.

Questions for those with inside information:
1. What is the status of Reyes? It looked like a cramp late in the game, but didn't seem to respond to the usual stretching therapy and he had to be helped off limping. He would be a big miss if it's something more serious.
2. Why did Jake Arteaga not play? There were times when the Matadors (or, last night, the Door-Mats?) were rampant in the middle of the park and Jake's calmness on the ball and assured passing were desperately needed. I hope it's not a long-term injury or issue. Anyone have info to share?
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Post by DoubleDipper on Sat Sep 21, 2019 10:45 am

SoreKnees wrote:1. What is the status of Reyes? It looked like a cramp late in the game, but didn't seem to respond to the usual stretching therapy and he had to be helped off limping. He would be a big miss if it's something more serious.
Sorry, I have no information about Ben's status, but despite the many stellar plays in the game by all the players, the one play that stands out in my mind is trainer Kristina Miller's rush to aid Ben while play was still going on...resulting in a yellow card for Kristina from a bewildered and, for the most part, overmatched referee.

The loudest applause and celebrations during the evening were for the three UP goals, but there was plenty of applause and cheering for Kristina, who in the finest tradition of medics in wartime, rushed on to the battle field in the 88th minute...and a battle field it was with CSUN committing 33 called fouls, many for thuggery.

Candidates for POM would have to go to many, especially Alejandro Pereira, but Kristina's action will stand out in the memory of a number of UP fans for quite some time....

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Post by Geezaldinho on Sat Sep 21, 2019 12:54 pm

The ref allowed two throwins and wouldn’t stop for injury.

I think Nick sent her out.
33 fouls on CSUN sounds like a lot, but only maybe half of their fouls were called. In some leagues, a defender turnstiling a player earns yellow every time.

And I don’t think I have ever seen a ref stop the clock so often, which makes him not stopping for injury all the more strange.
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Post by SoreKnees on Sat Sep 21, 2019 1:35 pm

I noticed the clock stopping, which was unusual but I think reasonable. I wish more referees would do it (although it was frustrating being ahead).

I never refereed college matches but did high school and club (FIFA laws) games for many years. I always hated high school because they had the same rule as college: time clock with no added time. This enabled all manner of delay by the team that was ahead, especially on restarts. In a club match, I would simply mention as I trotted past the coach that I was adding on time for all the delays. Sometimes that would stop the time-wasting, but if it did not we would simply play 2, 3, or more extra minutes at the end to give the trailing team their fair opportunity to get level.

Note that I'm NOT talking about legal stalling when the ball is in play by holding it in the corner, passing it about, or sending the ball deep into the attacking zone to force the other team to reset. Only about times when the ball is either put far out of play to waste time getting it back (not effective at Merlo with ball-people throwing in extra balls immediately) or taking 30+ seconds over a free kick, goal kick, or throw-in beyond the time needed for the taker to get into position.

Over the years, the NFHS and NCAA have grudgingly adapted their rules toward FIFA's. (High school referees don't have to make the American football "touchdown" signal following a goal any more, for example, and the backward kickoff and no-pass-back rules both arrived in the academic settings a year after FIFA switched.)

I suspect that the stadium clock will be the last to go because the NCAA and NFHS are both run by people for whom soccer is an afterthought and the default is to do everything just like football. They can't imagine how it could be right to deprive the players, coaches, and fans of knowing exactly now many seconds are left. Until that changes, I'm all for stopping the clock in the last 15 minutes when one team chooses to delay. The alternative in the rule-book is to give a caution to the player, but that has always seemed harsh to me unless it is repeat behavior.
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Post by Geezaldinho on Sat Sep 21, 2019 2:46 pm

SoreKnees wrote:Note that I'm NOT talking about legal stalling when the ball is in play by holding it in the corner, passing it about, or sending the ball deep into the attacking zone to force the other team to reset. Only about times when the ball is either put far out of play to waste time getting it back (not effective at Merlo with ball-people throwing in extra balls immediately) or taking 30+ seconds over a free kick, goal kick, or throw-in beyond the time needed for the taker to get into position.

He was stopping the clock after 10 seconds, even after CSUN had committed some pretty bad fouls and players, including theirs, were still rising to their feet.

And there is an ncaa rule that the clock stops for substitution only in the last 5 minutes of the second half half for the team that is ahead. There is a specific ruling on 84:50.

Ncaa wrote:“A.R. 3.7.1.g. At the 84:50 mark, the referee beckons onto the field a player substituted by the leading team’s coach, but the restart of play does not occur until the clock passes the 85:00 mark. Does the clock stop when it reaches 85:00 per Rule 6? RULING: No. The clock continues to run because the substitution occurred before the 85th minute.
3.7.2 During the final five minutes of the second period only, anytime the leading team makes a substitution, the referee shall signal the clock to be stopped and beckon the substitute onto the field.”

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He stopped the clock when they subbed.
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