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Date:         Thu, 6 Dec 2001 11:56:07 -0800
Reply-To:     Discussion of Topics for Soccer Referees <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       Discussion of Topics for Soccer Referees <[log in to unmask]>
From:         Jim Geissman <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Re: Gaining an advantage and thus offside - Second Example
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> 1) interfering with play. > My response - until a defender was interfered with, or the ball > touched, I just don't see how a person running alone (ie, not in a > crowd where they would be interfering with others nearby) can be > construed as interfering with play. From this, one concludes that if the offside player gets the ball far from anybody else, dribbles to the goal, and scores, he's not interfering with play because there's nobody else around. Or if there is a footrace between this offside attacker and the goalkeeper for a through ball, and the goalkeeper gets there first, then the offside player didn't interfere with play. That is not true. I believe people who play the game understand there are more ways to be involved in play than touching the ball or bumping into an opponent.


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