A player always has the option to leave the penalty area. There are sometimes consequences for doing so. For example, a goal keeper could be penalized for leaving the penalty area with the ball still in their hands.
The goal keeper is just like any other player, they may leave their penalty area and may score a goal.
The area within which a goalkeeper may usually legally handle the ball is called the penalty area, and measures 44 yards across and 18 yards deep. The goalkeeper may leave this area, but is treated like any other player while outside of the penalty area.
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A penalty kick is awarded for an infraction within the penalty area. When the kick is laid up the goalkeeper is not allowed to leave his/her line before the ball has been kicked.
Any free kick by the defense that is taken inside of the penalty area must leave the penalty area before it is in play. No player may touch it until it does so. If they do, or if it fails to leave the penalty area with it's initial momentum, the kick must be retaken.
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No, nobody should receive the death penalty. An eye for an eye will just leave the world blind.
In soccer, there is no such thing as a blue card. However, indoor soccer (A similar by distinct sport) uses the blue card to indicate a time penalty for certain fouls. If the goalkeeper receives a blue card, another player will serve that time in their place.
Yes, but he cannot use his/her hands.
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