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emo Goal after ball drop

Another question from the entry level site quiz:


Question 88 of 100

At a dropped ball, the ball first touched the ground and then a player kicked it directly into the opponent’s goal. The referee should award:

Goal kick
Throw-in
Corner kick
Dropped ball
Goal

I chose *goal*, site says that it's incorrect, and should be *goal kick*

According to the ATR table 8.6, (bottom right corner), a goal should be possible after the ball hits the ground.
Am I missing something here?
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The ATR is out of date, I would suggest rereading over the recent law changes. Since last year, you can no longer score directly off a drop ball. if the offense knocks it directly in, then the correct restart is a goal kick.
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Goal after ball drop

A goal can't be scored directly from the first touch of a dropped ball. According to Law 8 - if a dropped ball is kicked directly into the opponent's goal (after it has first touched the ground) a goal kick is awarded. If a dropped ball is kicked directly into the team's own goal (after it has first touched the ground) a corner kick is awarded to the opposing team.

Consider it like an Indirect Free Kick. It is in play once it touches the ground but it has to have a second touch in order for a goal to be scored.
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Yes, that part of ATR is outdated. The answer to that question was updated by me when the applicable amendment was passed by IFAB.
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What do you do if the attacker takes a touch or two then kicks it into goal? The law simply states a goal can not be scored directly, and since a second touch is allowed on a drop ball it would no longer be direct.
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Larry Keil wrote:
What do you do if the attacker takes a touch or two then kicks it into goal? The law simply states a goal can not be scored directly, and since a second touch is allowed on a drop ball it would no longer be direct.

As if he "played" the ball instead of just kicking it?

Goal Kick.

USSF explained previously;
The purpose and effect of this revision was to not allow a goal to be counted if, after the ball is in play after being dropped by the referee, a player kicks or otherwise plays the ball directly into a goal.
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Larry Keil wrote:
What do you do if the attacker takes a touch or two then kicks it into goal? The law simply states a goal can not be scored directly, and since a second touch is allowed on a drop ball it would no longer be direct.

2 different things - 1 touch = goal kick. 2 or more touches = goal
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Larry Keil wrote:
What do you do if the attacker takes a touch or two then kicks it into goal? The law simply states a goal can not be scored directly, and since a second touch is allowed on a drop ball it would no longer be direct.

Direct kick off the dropped ball and scores: goal kick.

More than one touch with control (but then, what the heck is the other team doing? :lol: ), that's a valid goal.
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Steve and Emilio, school is in session :evil:

The amendment means that another player (other than one kicking or playing that ball) MUST touch the ball in order for the goal to be valid.

That is why USSF added "or otherwise plays the ball" into their explanation.

Besides, you can read the IFAB's "reason" addressing the "kicking/playing" the ball multiple times below;
Reason
Law 8 – Start and Restart of play (dropped ball) was subject to a Law change at the 2012 AGM.
The proposed new text will clarify the interpretation of the word “direct” in the context of any player playing the ball more than once and thereafter scoring a goal without the ball being played by any other player.

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So, if a dropped ball restart is taking place and a player dribbles that ball and kicks it into opponents net without an intervening touch, it is GOAL KICK.
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Rafal Wlazlo wrote:
Steve and Emilio, school is in session :evil:

The amendment means that another player (other than one kicking or playing that ball) MUST touch the ball in order for the goal to be valid.

That is why USSF added "or otherwise plays the ball" into their explanation.

Besides, you can read the IFAB's "reason" addressing the "kicking/playing" the ball multiple times below;
Reason
Law 8 – Start and Restart of play (dropped ball) was subject to a Law change at the 2012 AGM.
The proposed new text will clarify the interpretation of the word “direct” in the context of any player playing the ball more than once and thereafter scoring a goal without the ball being played by any other player.

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So, if a dropped ball restart is taking place and a player dribbles that ball and kicks it into opponents net without an intervening touch, it is GOAL KICK.

I stand corrected. I completely forgot that IFAB addressing! Thanks, Rafal.
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Rafal Wlazlo wrote:
Steve and Emilio, school is in session :evil:

The amendment means that another player (other than one kicking or playing that ball) MUST touch the ball in order for the goal to be valid.

That is why USSF added "or otherwise plays the ball" into their explanation.

Besides, you can read the IFAB's "reason" addressing the "kicking/playing" the ball multiple times below;
Reason
Law 8 – Start and Restart of play (dropped ball) was subject to a Law change at the 2012 AGM.
The proposed new text will clarify the interpretation of the word “direct” in the context of any player playing the ball more than once and thereafter scoring a goal without the ball being played by any other player.

wkfjb.png


So, if a dropped ball restart is taking place and a player dribbles that ball and kicks it into opponents net without an intervening touch, it is GOAL KICK.

The training I received from USSF says what I said, I was looking for an update and can't find it - NOT saying it has not been updated but that I can not find it. This is what I have from USSF:


law8.JPG


Which says same player touching the ball twice.
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That is interesting…let me look into this more. Maybe it'll turn into a school session for me now.

Right now it is IFAB vs USSF
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Steve is right. It only applies to the first touch. huh…

Maybe I should take a day off lol.

First my awful game this past weekend, now I'm getting the basics wrong.

Thanks Steve, I stand corrected (and schooled).
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Thank you as well - always glad to learn something new or be sure myself so I did have to look.
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Remember that the amendment posted by Rafal was rejected by IFAB.
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