Yes a goalie can score goal from a goal kick if he is kicking it from his hands.
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.
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.
Either a goalkick(from the line) or a punt (out of his hands).
Yes, a goalkeeper can take penalties.
Yes a goalkeeper can kick the ball and score more then one goal into the other net. And he can score from corner kicks as well.
A goal keeper can not do it when he is out side of the 18 yard line mark.
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.
If the keeper drops the ball and then kicks it before it touches the ground, it is called a punt.
It is legal for a teammate to kick the ball to their own goal keeper. The goalkeeper would not be allowed to use their hands. If they do so, then it would be an indirect free kick for the opponents at the location the goalkeeper touched the ball. A penalty kick would not be awarded.
In a penalty there is no defensive wall. In a free kick a goalkeeper puts 5-8 players in a line blocking the goal from the free kick taker, this limits the space in which the attacker can score in.
No, the goalie is not allowed to touch the ball in their hands if the last person to kick the ball is their teamate.
Anyone, even the goalkeeper (although this is risky as play resumes if you miss a penalty kick and the last thing you need is your goalkeeper at the wrong end).