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Unformatted text preview: becomes a corner kick. Anyone can take a corner kick. 3. If it goes out by the attacking team then it becomes a goal kick. Anyone can take the goal kick. IV. Penalties a. For more serious fouls and hand balls you get a direct kick- the kicker can theoretically shoot it right in the goal. b. For less serious fouls you get an indirect kick, someone other than the kicker has to touch the ball before it goes in. c. If the referee doesn’t like the play he can give you a yellow card for a warning. d. If the foul was extremely dangerous the referee can give you a red card. V. If you want to learn anything more about soccer I would suggest going to fifa.com...
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- Spring '08
- Association football, Corner kick, strikers, Katie Comerford, goal kick