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ConsKrypt

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Seems my information was incorrect about Dan Barrett being head coach, rather he is the Head Coach of NPL2.

Regardless this news about Emily is great, she has some top tier experience within football, looking forward to seeing how her vision fits within our little family here.
 

Hello Sailor

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While a manager should be aware of the number of subs and windows used, don't the officials authorise these player changes? Players and managers regularly test the officials to see what the boundaries are. Officials are often overly officious dealing with the bench [read Mont's red card here] so shouldn't the officials be sanctioned as well as or instead of the club permitting excessive subs? After all the bench alerts the fourth/linesman of a desired change, and then the ref approves the change. 1678142889257.png
 

Melange

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While a manager should be aware of the number of subs and windows used, don't the officials authorise these player changes? Players and managers regularly test the officials to see what the boundaries are. Officials are often overly officious dealing with the bench [read Mont's red card here] so shouldn't the officials be sanctioned as well as or instead of the club permitting excessive subs? After all the bench alerts the fourth/linesman of a desired change, and then the ref approves the change. View attachment 2524

Current process is to ignore this type of infringement, except where Sydney FC can benefit
 

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