Dissent is not a foul, it is misconduct, and the consequence is a caution.
It depends where and what kind of foul. Also what level
One example of a soccer foul is tripping or attempting to trip an opponent in a manner that is careless, reckless, or using excessive force.
Yes you can! But it's a foul.
kicking a goal
Yes there are fouls in U-10 soccer. A foul is a foul, no matter what age. Now fouls in U-10 soccer may not be on purpose like some of those in age groups above U-10, but they may be. Again though, a foul is a foul, no matter what the age.
Yes it can. Intent is not a criteria used to judge whether a foul occurred or not.
It is a foul, and a direct free kick is given.
do you mean like handball, offsides, foul?
No way!! That's called a foul!
There is no such thing as disqualifying a foul in soccer. However, the referee may choose not to call a foul because it is trifling, because the referee is not certain that a foul was committed, or because the team offended by the infraction would gain an advantage by allowing play to continue.
A direct free kick or a penalty kick almost always follows a foul.
I am a soccer referee and I have never heard that term before, I would imagine it is the sideline.
by commiting a bad tackle or a hand ball.
This foul is called hand-ball
There is no such foul mentioned in the laws. It does sound to be a term that could be used to describe an out-of-control player.
When you trip them causing them to fall and is considered a foul
i got a foul in my soccer game for kicking a girl
A foul can only be committed by a player, against an opponent, on the field of play, and while the ball is in play. A substitute is not a player and cannot commit a foul.
Cards are only shown for misconduct. A foul can also be misconduct, but does not have to be.
yes because i was at a soccer game one day and it was a foul ball bt they exepted
Foul, abusive, or threatening language is an automatic send off (red card). If it is a player, then that player may not be replaced.