Daily Referee Quiz
An attacker with an obvious goalscoring opportunity heads the ball. At this moment, his shirt is pulled by an opponent. The referee applies advantage. The ball is passed directly to a team-mate who scores a goal. What decision should the referee make?
(a) The referee allows the goal and does not take any disciplinary action.
(b) The referee disallows the goal, cautions the opponent for preventing the attacker gaining possession of the ball by holding on to his shirt and awards a direct free kick or penalty kick.
(c) The referee allows the goal and cautions the opponent for unsporting behaviour.
(d) The answers a) and c) are correct.
Which is correct? At a corner kick, the opponents should be a minimum of 10 yds (9.15 metres) from...
(a) the corner arc until the ball is in play.
(b) the corner flag until the ball is in play.
(c) the ball until it is in play.
(d) None of the 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.
What are the maximum and minimum number of players and substitutes allowed in any one team that can be listed to participate in an official match?
(a) A maximum of 16 and a minimum of 7.
(b) A maximum of 23 and a minimum of 7, depending on the maximum number stipulated by the rules of the competition .
(c) The maximum and minimum number is established by each of the member associations.
(d) A maximum of 11 and a minimum of 7.