In admiration of our favorite soccer comic strip, The Guardian UK’s “You Are the Ref”, we bring you the second in a week’s worth of installments of the classic from Paul Trevillion. Answers will follow each day.
Here are Keith Hackett’s answers to yesterday’s “You Are the Ref puzzler”. If you missed it, you can view it here.
1) No – await the outcome. If a goal is scored, allow it to stand, then caution the keeper for unsporting behaviour. But if the keeper succeeds in putting the striker off, send him off for denying an obvious goal-scoring opportunity. In that situation, restart with an indirect free-kick from where the “live” ball was when you stopped play. Thanks to Aswin Jay. 2) A grim situation. Advise the home team captain that, in the interests of crowd safety, the best option is to continue with the match, and leave it to the authorities to make an assessment after the final whistle. Include everything that took place in your report, allowing the competition to decide whether or not to order a replay. Thanks to Mark Goodge. 3) Once the penalty taker has taken the kick he cannot have any further participation – but the keeper can attempt to play the ball again. So in this case the striker is guilty of unsporting behaviour in preventing the keeper from doing so. Disallow the goal, because a retake would give the taker’s team an advantage they do not deserve.
In admiration of our favorite soccer comic strip, The Guardian UK’s “You Are the Ref”, we bring you the first in a week’s worth of installments of the classic from Paul Trevillion. Answers will follow each day.
We typically think of obesity as a problem of overeating. However, our partners PHIT America.org have brought us a study done by the Stanford University’s School of Medicine which will be published in the American Journal of Medicine that blames a significant amount of Americans’ weight problems not on the diet they eat but more on their lack of physical activity.
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We had a lot of CoachDeck clients get to within one or two games of the Little League World Series this year, but only one made it to Williamsport, Pearland East Little League from Texas. This is the fifth straight year that one of our customers has made it all the way to the big tournament. Good luck, Pearland!
In a battle of two long-time CoachDeck clients, Newark National Little League from Delaware defeated Tom’s River, NJ in a squeaker, 4-3, to advance to tomorrow’s Mid-Atlantic Region championship game for the right to go to Williamsport and the Little League World Series. Good luck, Newark!
Congratulations to CoachDeck client Burlington (WI) Little League for winning their state championship. While they did not move on to the ultimate destination, the Little League World Series, they did have a tremendous year.