Until referees in the Football League were required to run both diagonals during a match, most opting to run from right wing to right wing in the first half before switching to the left-wing diagonal for the second half. The two assistant referees are instructed by the referee to each patrol half of a single touchline on opposite sides of the field. All referees carry a whistle, a watch, penalty cards , a data wallet with pen and paper, and a coin for determining which team has the choice of ends or kick-off. The lead is positioned ahead of the play, even with the second-to-last defender to the extent possible, while the trail is positioned behind the play. The whistle is sometimes needed to stop, start or restart play but should not be used for all stoppages, starts or restarts. At the World Cup finals , new jerseys were introduced that gave officials a choice of burgundy, yellow or white, and at the same time the creation of the Premier League in England saw referees wear green jerseys: both changes were motivated by television considerations. Both are responsible for calling fouls and misconduct and determining the restart when the ball goes out of play on one of their assigned boundary lines. Positioning in the dual system is similar to that used by officials in basketball: each referee is either termed the "lead" or the "trail", depending on the direction of the attack.
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