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    Default Re: Offside oddities #2

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickie E View Post
    that would lead to the tactic of placing a player permanently outside the oppositions' in-goal area, kicking the ball into in-goal then the player diving on the ball for a try.
    But is he right that there is nothing in law to explicitly condemn it?

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    Default Re: Offside oddities #2

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    But is he right that there is nothing in law to explicitly condemn it?
    Except that the moment he steps onto the iga, he is offside.

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    Default Re: Offside oddities #2

    or the law about not entering the playing area without the referee's permission thing?

    I once saw a German ref PK a receiver at the game start kick off fro starting outside touch and running forward in-field towards the ball to catch it mind....


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