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Keeper rule?

Post by Donegal Subbuteo » 15 Dec 2016, 06:55

If a keeper can't be tilted anymore than 45 degrees when attempting to save a shot, what happens when a ball strikes a keeper that's lying fully horizontal and unattended?
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Post by ralphtheclaret » 15 Dec 2016, 10:47

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13.8 The goalkeeper must not be raised from the playing surface prior to a shot at goal.

13.9 Before a shot is taken the goalkeeper must not be tilted more than 45 degrees from the vertical.

*****If a shot at goal is unsuccessful as a result of an infringement of any of these rules, then the attacking side may request 'Back'. If the 'Back' claim is allowed, the ball and figures are returned to their former positions and the shot is retaken. If the 'Back' claim :is rejected, the game continues as normal****

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Re: Keeper rule?

Post by Donegal Subbuteo » 15 Dec 2016, 16:17

So it's a 'back' because the rules have been infringed.
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Post by ralphtheclaret » 15 Dec 2016, 18:06

Yes if you wish to apply the letter of the law

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Post by Donegal Subbuteo » 15 Dec 2016, 20:23

Cheers for that R.
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Post by ralphtheclaret » 15 Dec 2016, 20:31

It's one of those rules that you can choose to interpret how you please in a club .. but I've played against people who purposely lay their keeper flat when passing back and that does bloody annoy me ...

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Post by Donegal Subbuteo » 16 Dec 2016, 09:19

I agree R. Keeper should be standing when receiving a back pass.
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Re: Keeper rule?

Post by lionofludesch » 18 Dec 2016, 10:10

Donegal Subbuteo wrote:I agree R. Keeper should be standing when receiving a back pass.
That's not like soccer, is it ?

The keeper can lie down if he wants.
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