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Law 17 - Corner Kick
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Law 17 - Corner Kick 8/21/2012

lou davis of benton, pa usa asks...

I have had a question asked of me and I was at a loss for the answer. On a corner kick, the defending team must be at least 10 yards from the corner arc. What happens if a teammate of the team that is taking the corner comes close to the arc for a sh...

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Law 17 - Corner Kick 7/5/2012

Megan of NS, NS Canada asks...


To answer some of your questions, I will give a run through of exactly what happened. For simplicity sake we will refer to the teams as 1 and 2. 1 receives a corner kick and asks the referee if it's ok for her to remove then replace the ...

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Law 17 - Corner Kick 6/4/2012

Kerry of St. Albert, Alberta Canada asks...

While players have to stay 10 feet away during the corner kick, if the attacking team has a player run to the corner to accept a short pass can the defending team also go inside the 10 foot area? (Ball hasn't been kicked yet by the attacking team).. ...

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Law 17 - Corner Kick 6/3/2012

Ron Baart of Victoria, B.C. Canada asks...

Can you remove the corner flag to take a corner in a soccer game? ...

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Law 17 - Corner Kick 5/24/2012

Larry of Newburgh, New York United States asks...

As seen on TV, defending players are now starting to wrap their arms around attacking players as they both stand in front of the goal, but before the corner kick is taken. What is the appropriate action from the Ref, and when?...

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Law 17 - Corner Kick 5/18/2012

Joe Sereno of Gaylord, MI USA asks...

Last night at a high school game the attacking team took a corner kick. Four attackers moved into a position around the keeper (no bumping) but they all raised their arms over their heads. They kept them up until the kick was taken and then lowered...

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Law 17 - Corner Kick 12/2/2011

alistair suttie of belfast, northern ireland asks...

player is awarded a corner and the arc is to mucky for the ball to be placed can it be swapped to the other side for the kick?...

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Law 17 - Corner Kick 11/4/2011

Doug Crawford of Oakland, CA USA asks...

I'm sorry to further beat this dead horse of corner kick deception...

I would usually allow verbal deception when at a corner kick (supposedly said to a teammate but really said for an opponent to hear), whether ball in play or not.

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Law 17 - Corner Kick 10/25/2011

Greg Wheeler of Bath, NY USA asks...

As a player is taking a corner kick ( before he kicks it) we have pushing & fighting for position in the area. How should this be dealt with...

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Law 17 - Corner Kick 9/19/2011

Jim of Kansas City, Mo U.S.A. asks...

On the trick corner kicks where the referee was fooled, what is the justification for retaking the corner kick?
The ball is in play when it is first touched and moved, and play was stopped for an inadvertant whistle.
Is not then the proper re...

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