indirect free kick


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indirect free kick

n.
A free kick in soccer by which a goal cannot be scored without the ball being touched by a second player, usually awarded to a team when a player on the other team has committed a rule violation but has not fouled an opponent on a dangerous play.
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But the man in the middle clearly felt differently and gave an indirect free kick ten yards out.
The Axemen, who played without injured midfielder Ryan White, added a goal when Cody Perlmeter's indirect free kick ricocheted off the Churchill wall and into the goal in the second half.
Maybe an obstruction call at best should have been called, which would have resulted in an indirect free kick.
The Dundee defender upended Gudjohnsen with a clumsy challenge and then breathed a huge sigh of relief as Dutch referee Rene Temmink awarded an indirect free kick inside the penalty area instead of pointing to the spot.
Dutch referee Rene Temmink certainly spotted one of the infringements but awarded an indirect free kick inside the area instead of a penalty - and Scotland breathed again.
We were led to believe at the start of the season that there was no longer such a thing as an indirect free kick.
Evesham's on-loan defender Indy Khela fouled Lee Booth, who was lucky to stay on the pitch after he retaliated, and the referee awarded an indirect free kick.
Injury-hit Clydebank were given a chance to open their account in the early stages when keeper Brown lifted a pass back and ref Dougie Smith awarded an indirect free kick eight yards out.
Folkestone came back strongly after half time and put Hinckley under pressure, but United weathered the storm well, even surviving an indirect free kick in their area after Damien Beattie was penalised under the six second rule.
Penalty for making a sound: an indirect free kick by the other team.
Yet instead of allowing the kick to be re-taken, as stated in the laws, she wrongly gave an indirect free kick to Norway, who then saw out the final seconds to win 2-1.
HEIGHT ADVANTAGE Kenwyne Jones wins a header during yesterday's game in Germany FORTUNATE Sunderland find the net past Hoffenheim keeper Tom Starke although Jordan Henderson's strike came from an indirect free kick CHALLENGER Titus Bramble tackles Luiz Gustavo

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