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Law 10 - Determining the Outcome of a Match 11/29/2016

David sanderson of KILBIRNIE , Ayrshire Scotland asks...

If an offensive player takes a throw in and is on target but is touched by an opposing defender before going in the goal who is credited with the goal? Attacking player or an own goal for the defender?...

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Law 10 - Determining the Outcome of a Match 11/20/2016

Philip of PITTSFORD, New Yock U.S.A asks...

If the ball hits both posts and then bounces out is it a goal?...

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Law 10 - Determining the Outcome of a Match 11/16/2016

Jim of london, uk asks...

When the referee tosses a coin to determine who takes the first kick in a penalty shoot out, Does the winner of the toss choose first or second kick or must the winner of the toss go first...?...

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Law 10 - Determining the Outcome of a Match 10/5/2016

Basem of Torrance, California Usa asks...

If a goalie is inside the goal and saves the ball when it is outside the goal, does it count?...

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