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Daily Referee Quiz
If a player uses excessive force or brutality against an opponent when the ball is not in play he is guilty of...
(a) violent conduct.
(b) serious foul play.
(c) violent behaviour or serious foul play.
(d) unsporting behaviour.
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.
Is it permitted for two or more players to challenge an opponent at the same time?
(a) No, never.
(b) Yes, if the challenges are legal.
(c) Yes, if the challenges are not reckless.
(d) Yes, if the challenges are not committed with excessive force.
It is the opinion of the International FA Board that a match should not continue if there are fewer than...
(a) five players remaining in a team.
(b) six players remaining in a team.
(c) seven players remaining in a team.
(d) eight players remaining in a team.