I am pretty sure that they would sub goalkeepers and start with a punt because a muscle cramp isn't a foul, he just got injured.
If the referee must stop the game specifically for an injury, the restart is a drop ball. Whether the opposing team actually opposes this drop ball is not required.
Since the goalie is the only one allowed to use their hands, they have different uniforms so the referee's can identify them for the other players.
According to the Laws of the Game, this would be sanctioned by cautioning the goalie and the player that switched and showing them both yellow cards.
So he can be distinguished from the rest of his players by, the players on the pitch, the referee and officials and the fans.
As the game is in progress the referee would restart play following foul play Injury stop Penalty Goal scored (kick off from centre spot) Free Kick
It all depends on how you touch them, if the goalie has possession, and if the goalie is dribbling the soccer ball.
A soccer goalie is not related to science. A soccer goalie is related to math because of all the angles he or she must cover.
Yes you can, Goalie or no goalie :)
i think that the best soccer goalie is iker casillas from Spain
It's up to the discretion of the referee. If the referee believes that the goalkeeper's jersey could be confused with the jerseys of the field players for either team, he can ask the keeper to change.
A ball girl in soccer would get the ball when it goes out of bounds and will give it to either the coach - referee and/or put it by the goal post out of bounds so that when a ball goes out again the goalie can just grab the ball that is by the post.
If a foul is committed the referee may elect to play the advantage by letting play continue for a short while. If, in the opinion of the referee, the advantage is realized then the offense is ignored and play will continue. If not, then the referee should stop play for the original offense and restart the match in the appropriate way.
no the goalie is the leader on the soccer field