The referee can give a dissent charge against you if you make rude or insulting comments to or about the referee or linesmen.
Dissent is not a foul, it is misconduct, and the consequence is a caution.
It's "dissent" and it's basically arguing with the referee or officials.
Only Americans call soccer...soccer! (everywhere else it is known as football)
They call it football.
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In Guatemala, soccer is called fútbol.
football which they call soccer! football to them is soccer!
their both right because U.S.A call soccer and England call football
If I allow the litter box to get too dirty, my cat will show his dissent by peeing all over the house.Although his language was unfamiliar to me, I could tell by his angry tone and the way he was shaking his head that he was expressing dissent to whatever the person on the other end of the phone call was saying.
USA - Soccer South Africa - Soccer / Ibhola / Bolo / Sokker Australia - Soccer Canada - Soccer (these are the only countries that call it soccer) Portugal - Futebol Italy - Calcio Germany - Fußbol Mexico/Spain - Futbol
Yes they are the same thing. Europeans call them boots and Americans call them cleats.