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    Question Quiz on the Laws of the Game (Round 2)

    Second Round, have a go and I will PM you your result:

    4. During the game one of the crossbars become broken, it cannot be repaired, but the home team suggest that a rope be used instead.
    Should the referee allow the game proceed with a rope as the crossbar?
    a) Yes,
    b) Yes, but the team must attempt to repair the crossbar.
    c) Yes, only if something more suitable can’t be found
    d) No


    5. The goalkeeper and a defender change positions without informing the referee, as the centre forward is about to head the ball into the goal, the player now wearing the goalkeeper’s jersey catches the ball and the referee notices the change.

    How should the referee proceed?
    a) Award a penalty for handball and caution both players;
    b) Award a penalty for handball and caution the defender and send off the goalkeeper;
    c) Award an indirect free kick for unsporting behaviour and caution both players;
    d) Allow play to continue, when the ball next goes out of play caution both players


    6. A goalkeeper take a throw in, he throws in into his penalty area and picks the ball up.

    What should the referee do?
    a) Award a penalty;
    b) Award an indirect free kick;
    c) Retake the throw;
    d) Award the throw to the other team.
    Last edited by The Ref; 08/09/2006 at 10:07 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ref View Post
    Second Round, have a go and I will PM you your result:

    4. During the game one of the crossbars become broken, it cannot be repaired, but the home team suggest that a rope be used instead.


    5. The goalkeeper and a defender change positions without informing the referee, as the centre forward is about to head the ball into the goal, the player now wearing the goalkeeper’s jersey catches the ball and the referee notices the change.

    How should the referee proceed?
    a) Award a penalty for handball and caution both players;
    b) Award a penalty for handball and caution the defender and send off the goalkeeper;
    c) Award an indirect free kick for unsporting behaviour and caution both players;
    d) Allow play to continue, when the ball next goes out of play caution both players


    6. A goalkeeper take a throw in, he throws in into his penalty area and picks the ball up.

    What should the referee do?
    a) Award a penalty;
    b) Award an indirect free kick;
    c) Retake the throw;
    d) Award the throw to the other team.
    4/ game must end im sure.

    5/d

    6/b

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    5 d
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ref View Post
    Second Round, have a go and I will PM you your result:

    4. During the game one of the crossbars become broken, it cannot be repaired, but the home team suggest that a rope be used instead.
    Should the referee allow the game proceed with a rope as the crossbar?
    a) Yes,
    b) Yes, but the team must attempt to repair the crossbar.
    c) Yes, only if something more suitable can’t be found
    d) No


    5. The goalkeeper and a defender change positions without informing the referee, as the centre forward is about to head the ball into the goal, the player now wearing the goalkeeper’s jersey catches the ball and the referee notices the change.

    How should the referee proceed?
    a) Award a penalty for handball and caution both players;
    b) Award a penalty for handball and caution the defender and send off the goalkeeper;
    c) Award an indirect free kick for unsporting behaviour and caution both players;
    d) Allow play to continue, when the ball next goes out of play caution both players


    6. A goalkeeper take a throw in, he throws in into his penalty area and picks the ball up.

    What should the referee do?
    a) Award a penalty;
    b) Award an indirect free kick;
    c) Retake the throw;
    d) Award the throw to the other team.
    1 d
    2 b
    3 b

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    Where do you get these questions from?!?!

    4) D
    5) A
    6) Seeing as play on isn't an option (a keeper can, it seems, "pass" the ball to himself from outside the area and pick it up), I'm going to go with B

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    1) d
    2) c
    3) b

    i'm wondering ref if you should enter mastermind and use the rules of the game as your specialised subject......

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    4. D
    5. A: Tentitively, could be B.
    6. B: Looks the same as taking a throw to yourself normally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schumi View Post
    4. D
    5. A: Tentitively, could be B.
    6. B: Looks the same as taking a throw to yourself normally.

    is what i would go with.

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    Att: W.R.F.C. & Hoops 1967 Your questions to the Ref are now in the "Advice on the rules of the game" thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ref View Post
    Second Round, have a go and I will PM you your result:

    4. During the game one of the crossbars become broken, it cannot be repaired, but the home team suggest that a rope be used instead.
    Should the referee allow the game proceed with a rope as the crossbar?
    a) Yes,
    b) Yes, but the team must attempt to repair the crossbar.
    c) Yes, only if something more suitable can’t be found
    d) No


    5. The goalkeeper and a defender change positions without informing the referee, as the centre forward is about to head the ball into the goal, the player now wearing the goalkeeper’s jersey catches the ball and the referee notices the change.

    How should the referee proceed?
    a) Award a penalty for handball and caution both players;
    b) Award a penalty for handball and caution the defender and send off the goalkeeper;
    c) Award an indirect free kick for unsporting behaviour and caution both players;
    d) Allow play to continue, when the ball next goes out of play caution both players


    6. A goalkeeper take a throw in, he throws in into his penalty area and picks the ball up.

    What should the referee do?
    a) Award a penalty;
    b) Award an indirect free kick;
    c) Retake the throw;
    d) Award the throw to the other team.
    d
    d
    b
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    Question The Answers

    4. d - no
    Law 1 the field of play, Decision 1 of the International FA Board states “If the crossbar becomes displaced or broken, play is stopped until it has been repaired or replaced in position. If a repair is not possible, the match is abandoned. The use of a rope to replace the crossbar is not permitted. If the crossbar can be repaired, the match is restarted with a dropped ball at the place where the ball was located when play was stopped”


    5. d
    Law 3, The number of players state “If a player changes places with the goalkeeper without the referee’s permission before the change is made:
    • play continues
    • the players concerned are cautioned and shown the yellow card when the ball is next out of play”


    6. b
    Law 15 The throw in states “If, after the ball is in play, the goalkeeper deliberately handles the ball before it has touched another player an indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team if the infringement occurred inside the goalkeeper’s penalty area, the kick to be taken from the place where the infringement occurred”
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ref View Post
    Second Round, have a go and I will PM you your result:

    4. During the game one of the crossbars become broken, it cannot be repaired, but the home team suggest that a rope be used instead.
    Should the referee allow the game proceed with a rope as the crossbar?
    a) Yes,
    b) Yes, but the team must attempt to repair the crossbar.
    c) Yes, only if something more suitable can’t be found
    d) No


    5. The goalkeeper and a defender change positions without informing the referee, as the centre forward is about to head the ball into the goal, the player now wearing the goalkeeper’s jersey catches the ball and the referee notices the change.

    How should the referee proceed?
    a) Award a penalty for handball and caution both players;
    b) Award a penalty for handball and caution the defender and send off the goalkeeper;
    c) Award an indirect free kick for unsporting behaviour and caution both players;
    d) Allow play to continue, when the ball next goes out of play caution both players


    6. A goalkeeper take a throw in, he throws in into his penalty area and picks the ball up.

    What should the referee do?
    a) Award a penalty;
    b) Award an indirect free kick;
    c) Retake the throw;
    d) Award the throw to the other team.
    4. (d)
    5. (a)
    6. (b)

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