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no Yes, a team can decline to accept any penalty if they so choose, barring exceptional things like a player ejection.
The current directives to referees tell us to caution a player for such deception during the taking of a penalty kick.
The offending player is given an excessive time out penalty. The penalty carries 5 yards for either offense or defense.
no, in fact they have a penalty for that
It has to be stopped by the goalkeeper only.
A penalty is given when a player 'fouls' a player inside the 'box'. Then the player has a direct shot like a free kick. A penalty is also in play when after the usual 90 minutes and extra time (30 minutes), players arrange for a penalty shootout. Hope this helps.
Tony the Tiger
yes, it is a penalty that occurs on a point after touchdown attempt when a player uses another player( teammate) in an attempt to propel himself higher to block the kick.
A penalty in football is given when there is a . handball in the box, a player is brought down in the box .
Hitting an opposing player with the crown of your helmet. Spearing is a fifteen yard penalty.
Yes. It is illegal to impede the progress of any player, regardless of whether the player is in possession of the ball, by sticking your leg out and attempting to trip them. The penalty is 10 yards.