When a coach or captain verbally requests a sub, the referee should not whistle but should indicate to the coach or captain that when the substitute enters the substitution zone, the substitute will be acknowledged.
When a substitute enters the substitution zone, the second referee...
The second referee must maintain control of the substitution process.
Players are eager to enter the match and the second referee must facilitate this.
As players are exchanging during the substitution, at least one of the players needs to make eye contact with the second referee.
When one substitution from each team enters the substitution zone, the second referee will...
Remember, when both teams request for sub during the same dead ball, there will always be two whistles.
When one team wants multiple subs, they must be made one at a time with no break between the subs entering the substitution zone.
When multiple substitutions from one team approach the substitution zone, the second referee will...
Remember, subsequent substitutes need to enter the substitution zone without delay.
Also, it may take the scorekeeper some time to record all the substitutions. You're better off taking the time to make sure everything is correct. It's not worth hurrying through the process resulting in a scorekeeping problem later in the match.
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