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Originally posted by trapperjohn

Throw ins are a neglected part of the game in every respect and I am no longer amazed by the sheer number of foul throws that are allowed to go. The ball is frequently released from in front of the head and thrown down to feet, and there are the occasional raised feet off the ground and they are never penalised. I can remember a game several years ago when the opposition were pulled up for a foul throw and it was thus awarded to Palace, who immediately produced a foul throw of their own, only for the opposition to do it again. At fourth time of asking a legal throw was produced.

I wonder what happens if the build up to a goal starts with a foul throw. Will VAR pick it up? As it will be the same refs who apparently canít spot it live, I presume not.

Your right Trapper , We have a game at home when watching games on the box with the kids . Its like snap , shout Foul throw to win the pot . It never builds up more than one or two legal throws

 

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Originally posted by trapperjohn

Throw ins are a neglected part of the game in every respect and I am no longer amazed by the sheer number of foul throws that are allowed to go. The ball is frequently released from in front of the head and thrown down to feet, and there are the occasional raised feet off the ground and they are never penalised. I can remember a game several years ago when the opposition were pulled up for a foul throw and it was thus awarded to Palace, who immediately produced a foul throw of their own, only for the opposition to do it again. At fourth time of asking a legal throw was produced.

I wonder what happens if the build up to a goal starts with a foul throw. Will VAR pick it up? As it will be the same refs who apparently canít spot it live, I presume not.

yes, the foot on or over the line is also very common these days and never penalised. The foot/feet must be behind the line at the point of release.

Personally i think get the squad together and find out the longest throwers on both sides of the pitch and mix it up a bit. Anywhere in the opposition half just lob it in the box IMHO is better than what we do now

Edited by palace99 (29 Apr 2022 10.53am)

 

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Originally posted by palace99

yes, the foot on or over the line is also very common these days and never penalised. The foot/feet must be behind the line at the point of release.

Personally i think get the squad together and find out the longest throwers on both sides of the pitch and mix it up a bit. Anywhere in the opposition half just lob it in the box IMHO is better than what we do now

Edited by palace99 (29 Apr 2022 10.53am)

Sorry mate, you are wrong . . . [Link]

 


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i some it all up with 1 name serge aurier I rest my case

 

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I tend to worry as much when we get a throw-in in the defensive 3rd of the field as I do when it is an opposition throw-in in the same sector. The outcome is usually the same - possession for the opposition.

 

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I've often thought I'd seen a foul throw whilst watching a game on the box, but reckoned I must have been wrong as the ref allowed play to go on.

Since waddy started this thread I've taken more notice and I'm certain I saw 3 foul throws in yesterday's two televised games. The most common error is the thrower not taking the ball behind the head, just throwing from the top.

My take on this issue is that, unless it is overtly illegal, referee's allow the throw to maintain the flow of the game. It's definitely a law that has been allowed to drift.

These days, with the modern trend to press and more closely mark the opposition, it is more difficult for the thrower to find a team mate in space, hence the occasional delay before releasing the ball to a suitable target leading to supporters' frustration.

 


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Just watching the Fulham v Luton game (2-0), & in injury time of 1st half, Fulham have a throw, taken by their RB Tete, the Ass Ref calls it, Foul Throw.

 


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Originally posted by eagleman13

Sorry mate, you are wrong . . . [Link]

If only he'd paid more attention to "You are the Ref" in his Shoot! magazines.

 


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Wilfís throw-ins are a sight to behold. One of his legs usually ends up near his ear.

 

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View Jimenez's Profile Jimenez Flag SELHURSTPARKCHESTER,DA BRONX 04 May 22 10.47pm Send a Private Message to Jimenez Add Jimenez as a friend

Originally posted by Palace Old Geezer

I've often thought I'd seen a foul throw whilst watching a game on the box, but reckoned I must have been wrong as the ref allowed play to go on.

Since waddy started this thread I've taken more notice and I'm certain I saw 3 foul throws in yesterday's two televised games. The most common error is the thrower not taking the ball behind the head, just throwing from the top.

My take on this issue is that, unless it is overtly illegal, referee's allow the throw to maintain the flow of the game. It's definitely a law that has been allowed to drift.

These days, with the modern trend to press and more closely mark the opposition, it is more difficult for the thrower to find a team mate in space, hence the occasional delay before releasing the ball to a suitable target leading to supporters' frustration.

Slightly off topic but in the same vein are corner kicks. Does anyone else notice it or is it just me the amount of corner kicks where the ball isn't even in the corner area?

 


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Originally posted by Jimenez

Slightly off topic but in the same vein are corner kicks. Does anyone else notice it or is it just me the amount of corner kicks where the ball isn't even in the corner area?

I believe the rule was changed recently. Previously all of the ball had to be inside the quadrant. Now I think the only requirement is that part of the ball must overhang the line. This means it sometimes looks like the ball is outside the quadrant but as long as part of it is over the line then it's legal.

 


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