The goal keeper is always considered a defender, if he is in or out of the penalty area.
The kicker and the defending 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.
The goal keeper is just like any other player, they may leave their penalty area and may score a goal.
When a player gets a shot at goal from the Penalty Spot with only the keeper to beat.
No. A goal keeper is allowed to dribble the ball, and this is not considered the same as "putting it down."
The goal keeper catches it, hits it away or it goes out of bounds
"Penalty kicks" refer to the kicks awarded during a match and not the ones after a match to decide the winner, those are called "kicks from the mark." A goal keeper may be substituted for prior to a penalty kick during the match, if the goal keeper's team has substitutions remaining. A goal keeper may only be substituted during kicks from the mark if they are injured and only if the goal keeper's team has substitutions remaining. Naming a field player as the new goal keeper is always an option, but that is not a substitution.
No but a English goal keeper has
It must be deliberate handling and is a direct free kick. In order to be a penalty it must be done by a defender (not the goal keeper) in the defender's penalty area.
A goal keeper may play anywhere on the field, just like their team-mates. The goal keeper may not handle the ball outside of their own penalty area.
No. Only in the penalty area may the goal keeper handle the ball.