No. There is no rule for how the goalie should kick or throw the ball. It all depends on where it is throwing. Goalies sometimes only throw the ball at their teammates instead of kicking it.
yes in rugby you can drop, throw, kick or pass the ball backwards at any time
That would depend who took the throw-in. If the throw-in was by the attacking team, then the restart is a goal kick. If the throw-in was by the defending team, then the restart is a corner kick.
In theory, yes, but every time you do, the resulting throw-in, corner kick or goal-kick puts the ball in the opposing team's possession.
You can throw it, roll it, kick it and headbut it. You could also squeeze it.
Yes. The ball is considered "in play" as soon as it enters the field. It is similar to an indirect kick in that a goal cannot be scored by a throw-in, though.
There are three. There is no offense for receiving the ball directly from a goal kick, corner kick, or a throw-in.
they help show whether the ball went out for a corner kick or throw in
Yes, you can kick the ball to your goalie/goal keeper. However, if you kick your ball into your net, your team will be very mad at you because you will have given the other team a point. If you are kicking to goalie, make sure the goalie can catch the ball in order to kick or throw it far away from your goal.
Throw a ball or kick at someones nuts..... Then we'll talk XD
You choose where your going to kick the ball, then kick the ball with your laces and whatever foot you use to kick the ball with you swing the opposite arm for balance. (You also always have to be confident.) And another thing is that before you kick the ball you look at where your going to kick it and then while your kicking it you always have your eye on the ball! - All of this is for penalties not in a game situation BUT you can use some of these tactics. I really hope this is helpful :)
Depending on where the ball actually went, the player who will take the throw/kick in can physically get the ball himself. However, if the ball has gone into the crowd or is far away from the person taking the throw/kick a sideline official will toss a spare ball to the player. There are occasions where two officials will toss a ball onto the field, in which case the referee designates which ball is the ball in play and someone will remove the extra.