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Law 10 - Method of Scoring

Dave O of Edmonton, AB Canada asks...

The situation is: ..Red player shoots on blue goal -- blue goalie makes the save and then playes the ball up the field. 10 seconds later the whistle goes the match is over...Red Players complain that the ball had gone in-- the referee was 4 meters i...

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What does CAP stand for in soccer appearances?...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct

John Grundy of Oakville, Canada asks...

A corner kick is awarded. While the players are getting into postion to receive the kick a player on the attacking team holds tight to the shirt of a defender such that the defender is unable to move. The ref sees this. Is the corner kick cancelled a...

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League Specific

Gene Metz of Houston, TX USA asks...

Questions about the World Cup Group Standings. .What does GF and GA stand for? .What determins each teams Points in the standings?...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct

Mario Sandoval of Huntsville, AL USA asks...

WC: US vs Poland. Donovans "first" goal. Was Donovan's shoulder charge (in my opinion, he did not dipp or show any malicious motion of pushing) a good call? How can you tell when to make a "fair charge" "no call" when one of the players is a littl...

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Law 7 - Match Duration

Bob Naeter of Franklin, TN US asks...

I understand that are to 45 minute halves in soccer a total of 90 minutes is the length of the game. My questions is "Why do they keep playing after the 90 minutes are up?...

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Law 14 - Penalty kick

HoldenMan of , asks...

Last night I was watching the Argentina game in the world cup (I forget who it was against), and in the dying minutes Argentina was awarded with a penalty kick. The kick was deflected back onto the field off either the post or the keeper, and anothe...

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Law 7 - Match Duration

d watchorn of nottingham, england asks...

if i had a shot at goal and the ref started to blow for the end of the game and the ball crossed the line would it be a goal...

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Appearance

of , NTX USA asks...

Re # 3565:.I was not yelling at you, just venting against the USSF..However, your answers indicated that anyone who is happy being a grade 8 referee or grade 10 AR who is happy to do local games would not be required to purchase the blue shirt. You ...

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Etienne Boucher of Edmonton, Canada asks...

Hello there,.this time my question is can you or should you give a yellow card for U8. What happened is a player slide tackled another player from behind....

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