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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/28/2017

Alex F of Speedway, IN Usa asks...

I had a question about a certain type of situation. If player A from team A and player B from team B both tackle each other with their studs showing in the air at the same time while competing to win a ball at an excessive force, how would you call t...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/28/2017

Aaron Speca of Virginia Beach, VA United States asks...

Defender (blue) and attacker (white) collision with no contact on the ball. Foul? Reckless? There was no call on the field.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjLJqqQYJro...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/28/2017

Daniel of Austin, Texas USA asks...

During play, a ball from an adjacent game rolls onto the field. The ball is far from active play, so the referee correctly lets play continue. The ball rests on the field for a few seconds.

The black team begins to break down the field, arou...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/28/2017

Russell of Sydney, Australia asks...

Have just been watching tonight WC qualifier between Australia and UAE (2:0 to the Socceroo's), and at one point in the second period, a second ball made its way onto the pitch follow the throw-in and made me think of something that I have never seen...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/28/2017

Alejandro F of Mishiwaka, IN USA asks...

I have a question about a particular play. For example both an attacker and defender are looking to win the ball but both raise their feet high as in a dangerous manner and they both hit or kick each other at the same time, is it a foul from both pla...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/27/2017

Saul F of Goshen , IN USA asks...

https://www.facebook.com/MLS/videos/10155190329498887/
Minute 4:05 is the play where both players raise their feet up high in a dangerous manner at the same time. Is it the right call and if not how would it be called or restarted?...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/27/2017

Saul F of Goshen , IN USA asks...

1. I have a question about a dangerous play. If the ball is in the air and an attacker and a defender both raise their foot up high at about the same time in a dangerous way to get the ball what should you call?
2. What if an attacker has the ba...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/27/2017

Barry Stewart of Chilliwack, BC Canada asks...

In Joe McHugh's second video example: could the taunting forward not be cautioned for such unsporting conduct?

It seemed the referee was unaware of the problem, though the AR could have alerted him....

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/26/2017

Salvador flores of Indianapolis , IN Usa asks...

Question 1: if an attacker is looking backwards to kick the ball and as he turns he's about to kick the ball, but he kicks the defender's head as the defender header the ball, without the attacker knowing the defender was just there. Is it a foul? Wo...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/26/2017

Trent Futrell of Knoxville, TN usa asks...

I was refereeing a U12 boys match. Several of the young men would slide as they kicked the ball. Most of the time the other players would be several feet from them when they did it. However, there was a time other players were around them. Since ...

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