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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 1/23/2013

meet jani of ahmedabad, gujarat india asks...

My sir asked me a question that if a shot was taken at the goal and after hitting the side post the ball burst into two pieces, with one piece crossing the goal line and other deflecting back. So will it be a goal ? ...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 1/9/2013

Russell of Sydney, NSW Australia asks...

Can a goal be scored from a deflection off the referee where it makes no contact with a player after the deflection?...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 10/27/2012

Johnny b of San Antonio, Texas USA asks...

Does a goal shot at the first whistle but goes in before the third whistle in end of regulation count?...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 10/25/2012

Dre of Austin, TX USA asks...

Can a goalie score by throwing the ball into the opponnents goal?...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 10/3/2012

Rob Doorack of Guilford, CT USA asks...

My question is inspired by an incident in one of my daughter's recent games. Her team's keeper caught a shot and was holding the ball with both hands against her chest while kneeling. An opposing player ran into the keeper and knocked her over. That ...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 9/26/2012

grant of cadillac, mi USA asks...

My son kicked a ball that deflected off the goalie and went toward the goal. The goalie raced after it and picked it up at the goal line but then fell into the goal. Is that considered a goal for my son or an own gaol on the goalie?

thanks,<...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 9/21/2012

alexandre moreno of lexington park, maryland st.mary's asks...

if the goalie has the ball in his hand and is about to throwe the ball in play. can he throw the ball directly to the other goal without any other player touching the ball? will that be a goal for his team? or would be an indirect free kick to the ot...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 7/4/2012

trevor mcbride of conneaut, ohio usa asks...

If a player shoots a ball and the goalie catches said ball, but the goalie is behind the line of the goal; does this constitute as a goal, or does it matter where the ball is, according to the line. I was thinking that the goalie is an extention of ...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 7/2/2012

Himanshu Chouhan of indore, m.p. INDIA asks...

in soccer iS goal is awarded from free kick if kick haS taken before center line...

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Law 10 - Method of Scoring 6/15/2012

Marie Willcox of Torce Viviers en Charnie, Mayenne France asks...

can you please solve an argument with my grandson and his mum, he is 12 years of age, and says that if a goal keeper kicks the ball from his end and it goes into the oppositions goal it is not a goal, we differ that, as my husband used to play for LE...

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