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Daily Referee Quiz
From the following statements regarding Law 15, indicate which is not correct. A throw-in...
(a) is awarded when the ball has completely crossed the touch line along the ground or in the air.
(b) should be taken from where the ball crosses the touch line.
(c) is awarded to the team of the player who last touched the ball.
(d) All of the answers are correct.
Can a team play without a goalkeeper during a match?
(a) No, never.
(c) Yes but only momentarily. He must return quickly after an injury or changing his equipment.
(d) No, and he cannot leave his half of the field of play.
Which of these statements is not correct?
(a) Violent conduct may exist, even if the ball is not in play.
(b) Violent conduct may exist if the ball is in play.
(c) Violent conduct may exist if the ball is not in play if it is committed against players, referees, assistant referees, fourth officials, officials or spectators.
(d) Serious foul play may exist if the ball is in play, even if it is not being challenged for.
While the ball is in play, two players from the same team commit acts of unsporting behaviour or violent conduct towards each other on the field of play. What decision should the referee make?
(a) The referee cautions them or sends them off and restarts play with an indirect free kick to the opposing team from the place where the offence occurred.
(b) The referee cautions them or sends them off and restarts play with a direct free kick to the opposing team from the place where the offence occurred.
(c) The referee cautions them or sends them off and restarts play with an indirect free kick to the team which had possession when play was stopped from the place where the offence occurred.
(d) The referee sends them off and play restarts with a dropped ball from the place where the offence occurred.