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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 1/12/2019

jim of billericay, Essex Uk asks...

A defender and attacker are standing on the half way line ,the ball is played up to them
The attacker receives the ball and the defender makes a clumsy challenge in a genuine attempt to win the ball resulting in a foul
he is the last man but...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 1/2/2019

russell of Sydney (home of the worlds best New Year Fireworks), Australia asks...

I agree that deliberate handling is one of the most difficult calls to make in the game - although, I think the call itself is often straightforward, however, the 'sell' of the decision is getting harder every year as we see inconsistent calls in thi...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 12/29/2018

russell of Sydney (home of the worlds best New Year Fireworks), Australia asks...

Keen to hear the panels thoughts on the awarded penalties and VAR crossed out goal in the Juventus v Sampdoria Serie A.


https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/ronaldo-at-the-double-as-champions-juventus-saved-by-var...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 12/28/2018

Randall Longhouse of ORLANDO, FL United States asks...

With respect to handling, in order to be an offense the action must be deliberate. However, when an attacker is to benefit from a ball to hand and be off to goal, the spirit of the game, and some players, coaches, and referees seem to prefer a broad...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 12/17/2018

greg of madison, wi usa asks...

what is the best way to approach giving a caution for PI when it's one particular player getting fouled repeatedly?

should you tell the team captains that the next foul against the player will be a caution? announce it out loud so the playe...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 12/10/2018

les sennett of Hull, east yorkshire UK asks...

An opposing player (defender) comes up for a corner, when delivered, the player shouts: 'keeper's', my defenders expected our own goalkeeper to come and collect the ball but he was still on his goal line and another player scored with a free header? ...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 12/2/2018

Russell of Sydney, Australia asks...

Penalty or no penalty?

This is one I look at, then walk away saying 'it is what it is', then ponder again, then walk away, then...

Melbourne Victory were awarded a penalty against West Sydney Wanders in the Australian A-League.
...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 12/1/2018

Russell of Sydney, Australia asks...

Pushing foul

in the lead up to the first goal of the match between Huddersfield and Brighton, there is a push by an attacker that allowed him to get free and advance the ball on via a header. Was this push worthy of a foul.

Not give...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 11/28/2018

Jason lewis of Cardiff, Wales Wales asks...

If a attacking player tackle a denfender and wins the ball but his other leg catches the player leg then it's a free kick to the defender.is that always the case ...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 11/28/2018

Russell of Sydney, Australia asks...

Foul recognition

Could there have been a foul to either team in one of the attacks by Man U against Young Boys in the UCL match.

fast forward to the 4.45 point in the following link.

https://ok.ru/video/1200336079462?fromTi...

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