A goal may be a scored directly from a goal keeper punt.
The laws do not prevent a goal from being scored from a goal keeper's throw.In practice no goal keeper can throw it that far, so there are no known examples.
Any player on the field can score given the opportunity, even the keeper/goalie.
Not if you are the score-keeper or if you are doing the area or the perimeter or the area of the field
Yes. A goal keeper may score a goal directly from a throw (not a throw-in) or a punt.
1. you have to score in the opponents goal with anything but your hands
Yes and has been done several times.
It means that you can not score directly from the kick another player has to touch the ball for it he/she is able to score
A goal may be scored directly from a kick-off.
The goal keeper is just like any other player, they may leave their penalty area and may score a goal.
He or she keeps score
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.
It is currently allowed. So... now.