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Old Sat Jul 30, 2016, 04:19pm
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high school sub

Sub comes up into substitution area, R2 acknowledges her and blows whistle for substitution. About an instant later, coach calls her back to bench saying 'no sub'.
What are coaches choices now?
1. Sub must go in?
2. Allow coach to pull back sub?
3. Delay of game card?
4. Can call time out?

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Old Sun Jul 31, 2016, 07:31am
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By my reading of the rule (and I'm brand new to VB, so this is not much more than a guess), it's 3 and 2. Yellow card on the first offense; red on the second.

The coach can request a TO after that, but it doesn't "save" him / her from the delay.
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Old Sun Jul 31, 2016, 05:51pm
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By my reading of the rule (and I'm brand new to VB, so this is not much more than a guess), it's 3 and 2. Yellow card on the first offense; red on the second.

The coach can request a TO after that, but it doesn't "save" him / her from the delay.
Correct - it is delaying substitution per 10-2-7-a-2

Both 1-a and 2-a of the penalty section apply
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Practical answer: Tell coach, "Coach, sub or delay, which do you want?" Then go with that one.
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Old Tue Aug 02, 2016, 08:24am
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By my reading of the rule (and I'm brand new to VB, so this is not much more than a guess), it's 3 and 2. Yellow card on the first offense; red on the second.

The coach can request a TO after that, but it doesn't "save" him / her from the delay.
Welcome, Bob. Will this be your first season? I'm beginning my 4th. I'm enjoying the sport. I hope that you will also.

Always listen to Felix!

IMO, the volleyball board here is a lot less confrontational than either SB or BB are.
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Old Tue Aug 02, 2016, 11:56am
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Welcome, Bob. Will this be your first season? I'm beginning my 4th. I'm enjoying the sport. I hope that you will also.

Always listen to Felix!

IMO, the volleyball board here is a lot less confrontational than either SB or BB are.
Agree, there is good rules knowledge on this board, but ALWAYS LISTEN to FELIX...
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Old Tue Aug 02, 2016, 12:27pm
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That's cool, cause on the other boards (basketball, baseball) there's a rule of "always listen to Bob."
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Old Tue Aug 02, 2016, 03:35pm
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Welcome, Bob. Will this be your first season? I'm beginning my 4th. I'm enjoying the sport. I hope that you will also.

Always listen to Felix!

IMO, the volleyball board here is a lot less confrontational than either SB or BB are.
1st year. Something like 7 matches (in two training sessions) under my belt. (Plus 5 years of college scorekeeping, spent watching the officials.) I'm practically a pro.

And, VB in general is less confrontational than BB or BK (and, I assume, SB).
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Old Tue Aug 02, 2016, 09:33pm
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Practical answer: Tell coach, "Coach, sub or delay, which do you want?" Then go with that one.
Agree 100% this is the best way to handle it - give the coach their options and proceed accordigly.
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Old Tue Aug 02, 2016, 09:37pm
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And, VB in general is less confrontational than BB or BK (and, I assume, SB).
Yep, it's definitely a kinder, gentler sport 99% of the time.....
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