The goal keeper is a player and can receive a pass like any other player. There are limits on when the goal keeper may use their hands when passed with the feet or thrown in to them from a team-mate.
a goal keeper saves the ball and the goal shooter shoots the ball
The goal keeper defends the ball from being in the goal.
If a defender passes the ball with his feet to the goal keeper, the goal keeper may not touch the ball with their hands.
Not always. A goal keeper may not touch a ball with their hands if it was directly kicked or thrown-in to them by a team-mate.
Yes. but it would depend on how the goal keeper received it in the first place. If it was kicked or thrown-in to them directly from a team-mate then they would not be able to.
If the ball completely exits the field, across the goal line, between the goal posts, and under the cross bar while the ball is in play then a goal is awarded. This is true even if the goal keeper has possession of it. The goal keeper's body position would not be relevant, only the ball.
yes because the goal shooter touched it with her hands by mozz and melz
The goal keeper has 6 seconds to release the ball. The referee will most likely give verbal warnings before penalizing the goal keeper.
most of the time when a goal keeper takes the penalty shot but sometimes when the goal keeper of the other team is so much above his field or area the goal keeper may kick the ball from goal to the other goal.