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Daily Referee Quiz
Which of the following offences is punishable by a direct free kick?
(a) Jumps at an opponent.
(b) Kicks or attempts to kick an opponent.
(c) Spits at an opponent.
(d) All answers are correct.
A player is cautioned if he commits one of the following offences. Which is not correct?
(a) Being guilty of unsporting behaviour.
(b) Persistently infringing the Laws of the Game.
(c) Using offensive, insulting or abusive language and or gestures.
(d) Delaying the restart of play.
Which of the following is not an acceptable way for a player to leave the field of play?
(a) A player crosses the touch line as a result of play.
(b) An injured player crosses one of the lines of the field of play to receive treatment while the ball is in play.
(c) A player who is in an offside position steps off the field of play to show the referee that he is not involved in active play.
(d) A defending player steps behind his own goal line in order to place an opponent in an offside position.
A player who is taking a throw-in correctly intentionally throws the ball at an opponent. What decision should the referee make?
(a) The referee allows play to continue if the player did not throw the ball carelessly, recklessly or with excessive force.
(b) The referee sends off the offending player for violent conduct and restarts play with an indirect free kick from the touch line at the point where the ball entered the field of play.
(c) The referee sends off the player for violent conduct and restarts play with a direct free kick or penalty kick from where the ball hit the opponent.
(d) Depending on the action, the referee cautions or sends off the player and restarts play with a throw-in to the opponents.