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Can the goalkeeper pick up the ball off of a throw in from his own player?

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2016-08-16 06:32:41
2016-08-16 06:32:41

A goal keeper may not handle a ball that is thrown-in directly to them by team-mate. If they do so, an indirect free kick will be awarded to the opposing team at the location they handled it. so no.

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A goal keeper may pick up a ball directly from a throw-in by an opponent.A goal keeper may not pick up a ball directly from a throw-in by a teammate. This is one of the Indirect Free Kick infractions.

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well,you pick up the round ball throw at the right things and keep it on the lanes

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Yes, and its also one of the only cases where the goalkeeper can use his hands to pick it up from a pass from the defense.

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My Coach yelled at me and told me to pick up a base ball and throw a fastball!

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Well, well, well this is stupid! You just get/pick up a fire ball, and throw it where u want!

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pick up a rachael ray cookbook throw it in a pile of peanuts and sprinkle caramel on top and then coat a plastic ball with the mixture and throw it in their turds

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Simply walk up to it and click on it, to throw to another player, simply click another player.


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