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Can anyone explain to me about the New Offside Rule??

Discussion in 'Football' started by roteiro, 2 September 2005.

  1. roteiro

    roteiro Non-League

    5 July 2004
    As the title said, how is different from the original rule now??? When and where (which league or what tournament) is this taking place now??

    Also one rule that I really wanted to know. If for instance the ball is still in the air it curve out of the sideline but when the actual ball drop on the ground it is within the field, is that considered out already???
     
  2. HHH-Mungaloid-ECW

    HHH-Mungaloid-ECW Non-League

    4 September 2005
    The new rules are that the ball has to be touched by the attacker before it is actually given offside.

    And I don't understand what the hell the second one is about.
     
  3. Interista

    Interista Il Capitano

    19 August 2003
    Bahrain
    FC Internazionale
    For your second question, yes its considered to be out.
     
  4. RuneEdge

    RuneEdge Silent Assassin

    1 October 2003
    Turn around, I'm right behind you...
    Manchester United
    Inter_211 is right. Its considered out. Its funny when people mess up corners because of that rule where they shoot it out but curls back into play.
     
  5. HHH-Mungaloid-ECW

    HHH-Mungaloid-ECW Non-League

    4 September 2005
    Oh, I understand his question now.

    That usually happens when a person does an "out-swinging" corner.
     
  6. RuneEdge

    RuneEdge Silent Assassin

    1 October 2003
    Turn around, I'm right behind you...
    Manchester United
    Yeah, thats it. But he's asking if its the same case during play when a player for example crossed along the line which curled out of play but never hit the ground.
     

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