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Dave Deacon

Sin Bin meeting update as another one added!

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Richard Pallot, the Cornwall FA Governance Manager has arranged another Sin Bin training session, this time at Callington next Thursday, so the three left to go are:-

Wadebridge Town – Thursday 27th July – 7pm

Holmans Social Club – Wednesday 2nd August – 7pm

Callington Town – Thursday 3rd August -7pm

This is in addition to the Webex Meetings which The FA are putting on throughout August.

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Hi all,

 

I thought I would also post on here to inform everyone that this Monday 31st July St Day AFC holds its AGM but just as important I will be giving the FA presentation on the sin bin law that comes into play this season to all of our club managers, officials and players.

Please feel free to spread the word as I'm happy for other clubs and players to come along.

Meeting starts at 7pm sharp and the whole evening will be over in an hour. Bar will be open from 6pm.

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8 hours ago, Paul said:

To many people trying to change the game. Leave it alone. 

 

Well Paul - I think the sin bin is a good idea. It works well in Rugby Union and Hockey. It will make players think, without the dreaded yellow card (totting up procedure) threat and coaches will not be amused, losing players for ten minutes, or whatever time is agreed.The team will be vulnerable during that time the player is out. It's not so much about changing the game - it's about bringing in a measure of discipline. I believe the game will be better for it. 

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37 minutes ago, Keith B said:

(totting up procedure)

I think I'm right in saying this will still apply. Cautions for dissent are still being recorded and of course should any player pick up two in a game - the 5 will soon be reached and suspension allocated!

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10 hours ago, Dave Deacon said:

I think I'm right in saying this will still apply. Cautions for dissent are still being recorded and of course should any player pick up two in a game - the 5 will soon be reached and suspension allocated!

Ah - right Dave. So it sounds as if the penalty for the ''offence'' will simply be a time off the pitch. Never the less the coach/manager will not be amused. 

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