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A penalty kicker may be changed between retakes of a penalty kick.

When taking kicks from the penalty mark to decide the winner, no kicker may kick again until everyone on their team has taken a turn.

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yes you are allowed to change the taker in the event that the first taker feels uncomfortable to make a retake.

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