I can't possibly imagine a C2 in small-sided football, but U10's play for 50mins, so the SB would be 5minsAcross all ages I assume. As it's not yet 11 v 11, they spend 8 minutes in the sin bin should it be necessary.
Why 5? I was told anything less than a 90 min game was 8 minsI can't possibly imagine a C2 in small-sided football, but U10's play for 50mins, so the SB would be 5mins
10 to 15% of total playing time... page 29Why 5? I was told anything less than a 90 min game was 8 mins
So 8 minutes for U17 or U18 who play 90 mins?View attachment 3684
We are following FA guidance on this one mate...
Although 15% of 50 is 7min30s so almost there at the top end anyway
No, games of 90 minutes are 10 minute sin bins. Anything under 90 minutes is 8 minutes sin bins.So 8 minutes for U17 or U18 who play 90 mins?
ThisMy understanding is that in matches of 90 minute duration the sin bin time is 10 minutes and all other match durations are 8 minutes irrespective of the age of the participants.
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I dont disagree. But this is at odds with the FAs website as shown in the screenshot I uploaded last night.Seconded. The age is irrelevant, it is the length of game that determines the sin bin duration.
They've just tried to simplify it by assuming that all adult football is 90 minutes and all youth football less. Generally that's right, but some youth football will of course still be 90 minutes.I dont disagree. But this is at odds with the FAs website as shown in the screenshot I uploaded last night.
I'd like to hear this argument. Why should players at any level, in particular where defined by age, not be sin-binned for an offence where it is applicable, in particular dissent?Yes it's under 8's and you could argue you shouldn't use it in those games.
We've been taught to use the sin bin in the same way as you would do a yellow card any previous season i.e. you can still do the stepped approach or whatever you see fit, but if you would have carded them last season, you sin bin them now.Genuine question, some dissent doesn’t deserve a sin bin, it deserves carding, firstly yellows and at very worst reds for the nastier stuff (OIA). Can you go straight to cards or is sin bin now the go to naughty step option??
You still show a yellow card for a sin bin, whilst pointing at the touchline at the same time.Genuine question, some dissent doesn’t deserve a sin bin, it deserves carding, firstly yellows and at very worst reds for the nastier stuff (OIA). Can you go straight to cards or is sin bin now the go to naughty step option??