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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/6/2018

ENGIN of olympia, WA usa asks...

https://twitter.com/cemgonc/status/969541389557075969

as far as i know, stepping on an opponents foot is a yellow card. here the striped player touches the ball first but then steps on the opponents foot. foul or not? yellow or not?

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/5/2018

Rupert Handley of Perth, Western Australia Australia asks...

Lets just say that, for whatever reason, you take a dive in your own penalty box. Would it be a penalty or an indirect freekick?...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/5/2018

justin of palmdale, california united states asks...

How many red cards can a team get?...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/5/2018

Bob of Glasgow, UK asks...

Penalty kicks.
When is an offence considered inside or outside of the box?

Theoretical situation - player A (attacking) is in possession of the ball and is running into the box directly towards goal from the D at the edge of the box - de...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/4/2018

Russell of Sydney, Australia asks...

Foul recognition question

Ok, so the CR messed up with this no penalty call with this challenge.

Question is - is there enough in it for a red from SFP.

https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/article/2018/03/04/injuries-threaten-m...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/3/2018

Arthur of Cariacica, EspĂ­rito Santo Brazil asks...

Hi there. When I was a child and was part of a soccer school, our coach always oriented us to protect not only our private parts but also our faces when forming a wall, so the ball didn't hurt us so much and it wouldn't affect the ball trajectory sig...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/3/2018

Rupert Handley of Perth, Western Australia Australia asks...

You know how if your arm makes contact with ball, its called as a handball? Well, what happens, if, say, you, in a very weird circumstance, for whatever reason, put your arm up in your shirt, and it makes contact with where the arm is? Would it be ha...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 3/3/2018

Peter Babbage of Hjorring, Denmark asks...

Having issued a caution ( yellow card) can a referee then change his mind and decide it was more serious and send the player off?...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 2/26/2018

Barry Stewart of Chilliwack, BC Canada asks...

Interesting situation there.

It is assumed that the substitute player has entered the field of play, yet there is a way that he could have prevented the ball totally going out, without entering the field of play.

Since the ball has ...

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Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct 2/25/2018

Jeff Banks Reiner of Captain Cook, HI USA asks...

When a goalkeeper is challenging for possession of the ball, are there restrictions on bringing their knee up when jumping for the ball?...

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