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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 2/14/2016

Uriel Choi of Chandler, az usa asks...

U11 boys game. A defender heads the ball and it goes into his own goal. What is the restart? and why?...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 12/9/2015

Euan Mclean of Yellowknife, NT Canada asks...

Hi Mr. Ref, this may sound like a silly question but I am just looking for confirmation. If the ball appears to cross the line and the official does not indicate by pointing to centre, allows play to continue and seconds later blows for full time is ...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 10/11/2015

alireza of tehran, tehran iran asks...

what if the keeper trow the ball accidentally to their own goal?is it count as a goal or thats a foul?...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 7/21/2015

Brice of saratoga, nsw australia asks...

If a keeper throws the ball & the ball goes into the other team's goal untouched - Is it a goal?...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 2/1/2015

Kris Chesworth of Crewe, Uk asks...

During a penalty shootout one of our players hit the underside of the bar, the ball bounced down (not over the line) but then hit the keeper and went in. Should the penalty be a goal or not?...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 1/4/2015

Alan of ernakulam, kerala India asks...

In a 7s football match with offside rule,, if a GK takes a shot from D box after the balls goes out, the taken shot by GK gone to opponents net without the touch of any player,, would it be a goal.??? We will be very thankfull if we have an answer....

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 11/11/2014

Warren Mackie of Auckland, New Zealand asks...

What should the referee do if a player scores a deliberate own goal? As I understand it the goal is awarded and I would yellow card the player for unsportsmanlike play....

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 10/8/2014

mark of visalia, ca usa asks...

what happens when the goalie picks up the ball and does a drop kick, but the ball goes backwards into the goal without touching another player?...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 9/7/2014

Nick Sarris of Mentor, Ohio USA asks...

Our player (forward) heads a ball at the same time as their goalie catches it, but goalie falls back into goal with ball. Is that not a goal? Results were our player received a yellow card and no goal was called....

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 8/10/2014

ShacharPollak of jerusalem, israel asks...

can a goalkeeper drop the ball and shoot it will in the air (the ball doesn't touch the ground) and score a legit goal?...

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