Yes, a goalkeeper may score a goal by drop-kicking the ball. The only times that a goal cannot be scored is directly from a throw-in, an indirect free kick, and immediately after an offensive foul or infraction.
Tony Roberts of Dagenham & Redbridge (England) and Wales national team was the first goalkeeper to score an FA CUP GOAL.. the first goalkeeper to score any goal is unknown.
He can only use his hands inside the painted box on the side he is assigned to. So if he can throw it that far, yes.
No you can not score from a throw in.
Only if the throw-in was taken by an opponent.
Yes he xan
how do you score a goal when the goal keeper is out of the box?
The goalkeeper is permitted to handle a ball received directly from an opponent's throw-in. If the throw is from a teammate (or himself), an indirect free kick will be awarded to the other team.
yes he did oh wow
Tim Howard of Everton.
Yes..... I did it once from a goal kick and it was allowed..... There is nothing in the Laws of Association Football that prevents a goalkeeper from scoring a goal against his opponents. Likewise, if he were to score direct from a goal kick, that is perfectly reasonable.
Yes a goalie can score goal from a goal kick if he is kicking it from his hands.
It depends on how the goalkeeper received it. If the goalkeeper received it from a deliberate kick or a throw-in by a team-mate, then no. Otherwise, yes.
A direct free kick.
Yes all the 22 players can score if they hv the opportunity
Peter Schmeichel for Aston Villa in 2001.
Yes I think it is Paul Robinson
Yes. A player may score directly from a kickoff, goal kick, corner kick, direct free kick, or dropped ball. A player may not score directly from an indirect free kick or throw-in.
it difficult because see if there was no goalkeeper it would be easy but there is so it would be really hard for the defenders to score a goal.
yes. Yes but the goalkeepers main job (belive it or not) is to defend the goals.
If they can throw it that far without it being stopped, then there is nothing to stop them doing so.
Yes. Anyone on the field can score a direct or indirect free kick.