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Question Number: 30653

League Specific 8/7/2016

RE: pro Professional

mahyoub of nablus, nablus pa;estine asks...

could you provide me with videos r clips showing the offences and fouls take place off the pitch? also offside incidents??? according to the up-to-date changes
many thanks in advance

Answer provided by Referee Joe McHugh

Hi Mahyoub
As the Laws have only been updated since the 1st July videos are not yet readily available. We can look back at old videos to interpret them under the new Laws. That though is of little benefit in showing new changes. The most obvious change so far in games has been the kick backwards at a kick off. I have as yet not seen the caution for the DOGSO situation involving a penalty.

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Answer provided by Referee James Sowa


While there are some scenarios to illustrate the changes in the LOTG they are not readily available yet. This link below would be helpful and may have some useful information over time as more clips are developed:

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