Offside rule

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Offside rule

Post by cyxstudio » 09 Apr 2008, 08:50

I wan to know if offside rule applies when the ball is pass to a player which is at a one to one condition but if it only involves less than 3 players. That means the ball only pass through 2 defenders. Is it offside??

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Post by ScottyBoy » 09 Apr 2008, 11:05

any chance you can explain this more clearly

the rule is complicated and if i dont know what your trying to say it could take me two days to exlain it

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Post by cyxstudio » 09 Apr 2008, 14:28

i mean if a ball is pass through less than 3 defenders. THe receiver is in between the last defender and the keeper is it offside?

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Post by tevezaholic » 09 Apr 2008, 14:35

do u mean that it is 2 players(the ones in possession) and one defender? :?
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Post by ForzaMilan » 09 Apr 2008, 16:03

He's asking if you pass the ball to someone who is offside, but the ball is only passing 3 players. Like this:

O(Def)

O(Def)
----------->O(Reciever)
O(Def)

To cyxstudio, if this is what you are talking about then yes that is still offside, it doesn't matter how many defenders you are playing the ball past.
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Post by tevezaholic » 09 Apr 2008, 16:15

oh,now i see,well in that case forzamilan is spot on
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Post by cyxstudio » 11 Apr 2008, 01:09

of coarse i know that is offside. But if the ball only pass through LESS than 3 players? Like on a counter there may only be two or even one defender in the attacking third. If the offside rule still applies in these conditions where there are less than 3 defenders it is not fair, isn't it??

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Post by shahensha » 11 Apr 2008, 01:18

Fair to who? The offence?

no matter the number of defenders, if the reciever is between the last defender and the goalie its an offside

The only way it cant be an offside is if it is deflected by the defender

Also its not offside if you start from your own half.
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Post by John_Bob » 11 Apr 2008, 02:17

shahensha you are actually mistaken, if the ball is deflected off of a defender and you are in a offsides position then it is offsides. This actually applies to all offsides if you are in a offsides position and you gain an advantage from being their then it is offsides. Hope that clears it up for you all.

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Post by ForzaMilan » 11 Apr 2008, 03:51

Yeah like when a goalie deflects a shot to someone who is offside, the goal is discounted.
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Post by cyxstudio » 08 May 2008, 07:31

if one defender is also considered offside then we can defend only with one defender. Other 9 man all attack while the last defender will just push up to the half line there and play offside trap. Isn't it?

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Post by fir_nev » 08 May 2008, 11:45

cyxstudio wrote:if one defender is also considered offside then we can defend only with one defender. Other 9 man all attack while the last defender will just push up to the half line there and play offside trap. Isn't it?
Yes. We can and I suggest the lone defender to wear a monkey suit instead of a jersey.
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Post by Alexio1092 » 10 May 2008, 05:43

ForzaMilan wrote:Yeah like when a goalie deflects a shot to someone who is offside, the goal is discounted.
25% off? :P

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Post by cyxstudio » 10 May 2008, 12:55

fir_nev wrote:
cyxstudio wrote:if one defender is also considered offside then we can defend only with one defender. Other 9 man all attack while the last defender will just push up to the half line there and play offside trap. Isn't it?
Yes. We can and I suggest the lone defender to wear a monkey suit instead of a jersey.

hey pls say something constructive. that is not funny. What does tat means?

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Post by fir_nev » 10 May 2008, 16:04

cyxstudio wrote:hey pls say something constructive. that is not funny. What does tat means?
What I mean is, yes. It is possible to have 1 defender to deploy the offside trap PROVIDED he makes the forward behind him as the ball is being played.

With one defender at the back, the opponent would usually play horizontal passing when launching counter attacks.

U can see two to three players at the back in set-pieces like corner and freekicks.
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