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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Offside"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Offside is a Law in association football which effectively limits how far forward attacking players may be when involved in play. (Web site)

Forward

  1. The offside law effectively limits the ability of attacking players to remain forward (i.e.

Penalty

  1. From the restart West put together a good few phases of forward rugby and were eventually awarded a penalty for the Ym backs being offside at a ruck.

Rules Regarding

  1. During the 2004–05 lockout, the league changed some of the rules regarding being offside. (Web site)

Soccer Coaches

  1. Offside - Not Offside - for soccer coaches, soccer players, soccer trainers, soccer clubs, soccer associations.

Soccer

  1. The offside rule is also similar to that observed in soccer. (Web site)

Ball

  1. He cleverly steered the ball through to Javier Saviola, who beat the offside trap to quickly poke the ball past Tizie (2-0). (Web site)

Team

  1. The goalie in Lacrosse can play anywhere on the floor (there is no centre red line for offside) and functions as any other player on the team. (Web site)

Saviola

  1. Sorin then engineered another opportunity in the box with an eye-catching flick of his heel but Saviola was flagged offside.

Game

  1. Hockey is an "offside" game, meaning that forward passes are allowed, unlike in rugby. (Web site)
  2. In association football (soccer), offside is covered by Law 11 of the Laws of the Game.
  3. Chapman and Buchan's arrival at the club coincided with a change in the laws of the game in June 1925, that modified the offside law. (Web site)

Whistle

  1. The end result of the series was marred by controversy, as the Islanders' fourth goal in that game was clearly offside, but no whistle was forthcoming.
  2. Delayed whistle An official waits to blow his whistle, usually due to a delayed offside or delayed penalty call. (Web site)
  3. From the offside rule to Wayne Rooney's foul mouth, FIFA official Mike Riley blows the whistle. (Web site)

Face-Off

  1. The face-off after an offside pass takes place at the spot where the pass originated.

Line

  1. If an attacking player crosses the line into the other team's zone prior to the puck crossing, he is said to be offside.
  2. This line is also used to determine if play is offside, as well as if the puck has been iced. (Web site)

Red Line

  1. In ice hockey, an offside pass or two-line pass is a pass from inside a team's defending zone that crosses the red line. (Web site)

Referee

  1. The referee, Horacio Elizondo waived the call and allowed the goal because a Korean touched the ball therefore canceling out the offside.

Linesman

  1. Valladolid was unlucky to see Alvaro Bueno have a goal ruled out for an offside flag, which replays showed to be an error from the linesman. (Web site)

Puck

  1. One function of the blue line is to determine if the team with the puck is offside.
  2. Offside A team is offside when a player crosses the attacking blue line before the puck does.
  3. They must be entirely over the blue line ahead of the puck for a player to be called for offside. (Web site)

Icing

  1. Infractions of the rules can lead to either the stoppage of play in the case of offside and icing calls, or a penalty call for more serious infractions. (Web site)
  2. In Lacrosse there is no offside or icing. (Web site)

Offside

  1. There are two major rules of play in ice hockey that limit the movement of the puck: offside and icing.
  2. In ice hockey, play is said to be offside if a player on the attacking team enters the attacking zone before the puck.
  3. Linesman Two linesmen are used to call offside, offside passes, icing, and handle all face-offs not occurring at center ice.

Categories

  1. Icing
  2. Puck
  3. Linesman
  4. Red Line
  5. Canceling
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