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Law 2 - The Ball
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Law 2 - The Ball 8/13/2008

Glenn Kove of New Bern, NC USA asks...

The refs. and assocs. here are resist allowing a 'substitute' ball to be put in play when the original balls has been kicked far OOB. I usually chase those down. They're playing running time and should be playing soccer not fetch. I know the use of m...

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Law 2 - The Ball 5/23/2008

neil hynett of birmingham, england asks...

why do you use size 4 balls for saturday football( under 13) but on a sunday use size 5( under 13) ??

also why only 35 mins per half...

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Law 2 - The Ball 3/21/2008

Brett Peavler of Brookfield, Wisconsin United States of America asks...

I almost had to cancel a game once because of a reason that is very hard to believe. I arrived at the field and did all the pre-game insection. I asked the coatches for a ball and none of them had remembered to bring any. They told me that I should h...

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Law 2 - The Ball 3/16/2008

kim of Middleville, mi usa asks...

I just wanted a clarificaton by what you mean by a heavy and light ball [in 17411]?


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Law 2 - The Ball 2/9/2008

Tyler of Cambridge, Ontario Canada asks...

What size ball is a 62 cm ball...

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Law 2 - The Ball 12/8/2007

ann of kingston, mass U.S.A asks...

Im doing a science fair experiment on soccer ball and i need to check the psi of the ball what type of guage do you use and where can you get it?...

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Law 2 - The Ball 12/5/2007

sam of boston, massachusettes united states asks...

what do you use to check the psi of the ball?...

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Law 2 - The Ball 10/20/2007

Jonathan Sterling of Titusville, Florida United States asks...

Recently I was refereeing a U12 girls game. When I asked the home coach for a game ball, he gave me one of those balls that seem to stick to your foot. I decided that the ball was unsafe, because I've seen plenty of kids roll there ankles on such b...

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Law 2 - The Ball 5/23/2007

Chris Reddy of Rochester, NY USA asks...

In reading your answer for the size and pressure of a soccer ball - .6 to 1.1 atmospheres, I was very surprised, because I have been inflating to around 8 PSI - doing the conversion, I see that would be the absolute minimum! What is recommended for ...

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Law 2 - The Ball 3/29/2007

ken Teevens of lansing, michigan America asks...

hey im a player that is going to start reffering in the summer and i was wondering in one of my games right in the middle of the game the oppenet team changed the ball from the orginal we put in! i was shocked becuase i thought they cant do that?? am...

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