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    Default Re: Mistaken Charge at PK

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post

    If you thought the opposing team had deliberately contrived to delay the kick, in order to run the clock down to the end of the game, you could of course award a PK for deliberately offending, which would be a PK restart if the kick was successful.
    I don't think this is right.
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    Default Re: Mistaken Charge at PK

    I'd stop the clock, have a word with the foolish player. Then we would get on with the game allowign the kickker's time to start again. Adjusting time if it was going to bhave an impact on the time left and the position in the game re the score etc.
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    Default Re: Mistaken Charge at PK

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    I'd stop the clock, have a word with the foolish player. Then we would get on with the game allowign the kickker's time to start again. Adjusting time if it was going to have an impact on the time left and the position in the game re the score etc.
    The time is not the issue though. The big issue is the position of the mark - do you re-use the original mark or move the mark forward 10m?

    Personally, in a normal (serious) game I think we should move the mark forward 10m.

    If it was an Old Boys Boxing Day pre piss-up game with plenty of banter and a good atmosphere I may be tempted to just reuse the original mark.
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    Default Re: Mistaken Charge at PK

    My previous answer deals with that point. At my level If I think it was a cock up I'd let it go. If I felt it was worth a PK that is different. From the OP it was not the latter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    My previous answer deals with that point. At my level If I think it was a cock up I'd let it go. If I felt it was worth a PK that is different. From the OP it was not the latter.
    Agree. The bloke just had a brain fart cos he's confused penalties with conversions.
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    Default Re: Mistaken Charge at PK

    On the other hand we routinely give PK for all sorts of momentary acts of stupidity. Playing the ball when offside after a knock on springs to mind

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    Default Re: Mistaken Charge at PK

    The answer, surely, depends on level and type of match.

    Low level friendly - we reset and I let my watch run on a bit.

    Championship, higher level? Likely advance stop the clock and advance the mark. The kicker's time also resets.
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    Default Re: Mistaken Charge at PK

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    On the other hand we routinely give PK for all sorts of momentary acts of stupidity. Playing the ball when offside after a knock on springs to mind
    Material effect and a bit of empathy with the level of player? No???

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    Default Re: Mistaken Charge at PK

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    Material effect and a bit of empathy with the level of player? No???
    But that deosnt; occur in CR's example?

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    Default Re: Mistaken Charge at PK

    Only in the sense that the kick needed retaking, but not in the sense of the offending side getting possession / scoring etc. In reality blow the whistle a quick word and we restart like nothing happened.

    The "idiot" feels stupid and the kick is attempted and we get on with it. No real harm. I guess you might say that the plaer was "more likely to miss the kick because the charge put him off." However, at my level the kiick is more likely to be missed because of skil factors than being put off.

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