He trudg’d along unknowing what he sought,
And whistled as he went, for want of thought.
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lack of time could be one.Davet, why would he start his approach to kick it off the ground? What's his motivation?
But how do you know he isn't, and more to the point how do the opposition know he isn't?
If he approaches the ball what is your answer to the dialogue illustrated at #47
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In the context of this discussion, it was a penalty kick. The fact thatmay have confused the referee. The player was entitled to replace the ball, in the context of a penalty. If you want to debate the "ins and outs" of the conversion scenario, maybe it's time to start a new thread.Originally Posted by BBC
Law 6.A.4(a) The referee is the sole judge of fact and of Law during a match.
+ The referee must apply fairly all the Laws of the Game in every match.
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