Q: We entered our first two women's soccer games
using TAS For Soccer Version 1.3. In each we used just one goalkeeper;
however one of our other goalkeepers keeps appearing as having participated
in the game. This doesn't show up on the Windows report, but she
is listed in the cumulative statistics even though she hasn't played
A: A fix for this issue is on this web site along with
some notes on how to patch up prior games. This issue only affects
Version 1.3. Go to the Downloads
page on our website; you will need your serial number and registration
code for this version.
Q: The Season Report does not have correct starts for goalkeepers
even though it is correct in individual games. What can I do?
A: For starts to show up for goalkeepers, check the following:
Manual entry | Scoresheet | Game Starters, and make sure the position
of G or GK is entered for the
goalkeeper on each team.
Q: How do you enter a conference tournament championship game that
ended in a 0-0 tie, but was decided by penalty kicks resulting in
a final score of 6-5? If I enter the contest as 0-0 and put it in
the game notes, it still reflects a tie. If I add the overtime periods
and goals, the game score becomes 6-5, when the actual score should
A: The game is officially a tie (just leave the score at
0-0). None of the shootout shots count toward stats, so no shot
attempts should be entered on the Play Input screen. The shootout
is only used to decide which team will advance in the playoffs.
You will probably want to describe the shootout results in the game
notes so they appear on the box score, and maybe add some comments
to the play-by-play.
When scoring the game live:
Select Game control | Period and enter S to indicate
the start of the shootout period
Press Z for each shootout attempt and enter a result
of Y for good, or N for missed.
Because you do not want to increment the linescore, do not add the
Z again, with a result of G for
the game-winning goal. No goals or shot statistics are credited
on shootout attempts. The shootout results will display at the bottom
of the Windows boxscore. In Manual entry, leave the score tied,
and add information about the shoot-out in game notes.