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MEMORANDUM 2006 MEMORANDUM Laws of the Game 2006 Memorandum 2006 2006 Annual General Meeting International Football Association Board (IFAB) Amendments to the Laws of the Game Instructions and Directives Memorandum 2006 LAW 4 – The Players’ Equipment

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MEMORANDUM2006


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MEMORANDUM

Laws of the Game

2006


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2006 Annual General Meeting

International Football Association Board

(IFAB)

Amendments to the Laws of the Game

Instructions and Directives


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LAW 4 – The Players’ Equipment

Referees are expected to enforce this requirement strictly

New Text:

The basic compulsory equipment of a player comprises the following separate items:

Explanation:

Excludes so-called “one-piece” uniforms (shorts joined with jersey)


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LAW 10 – Method of Scoring

New Text:

When competition rules require there to be a winning team after a match or home-and-away tie has been drawn, only the following procedures ….

Reason:

Technical change, expands types of ties that may need to be broken


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LAW 12 – Fouls and Misconduct

New Text (Cautionable Offenses):

5. Fails to respect the required distance when play is restarted with a corner kick, free kick or throw-in

Reason:

A caution for failing to be at least two yards from the thrower must be reported as “fails to respect the required distance”


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These forms of misconduct are the same as those listed for players and should be implemented the same way

LAW 12 – Fouls and Misconduct

Substitutes and substituted players can commit misconduct, be cautioned, and shown the yellow card

New Text (Cautionable Offenses):

A substitute or substituted player is cautioned and shown the yellow card if he commits any of the following three offenses:

These are the ONLY permissible reasons for cautioning a substitute or substituted player

  • is guilty of unsporting behavior

  • shows dissent by word or action

  • delays the restart of play


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As with the prior change, this new language confirms that substitutes and substituted players can also be sent off, shown the red card, and are required to leave the field.

LAW 12 – Fouls and Misconduct

New Text (Sending-Off Offenses):

A player, substitute or substituted player is sent off and shown the red card if he commits any of the following seven offenses:

However, although all seven send-off offenses are assumed relevant to substitutes, USSF referees who red card a substitute or substituted player for any form of violence should use “violent conduct” as the reason

A player, substitute or substituted player who has been sent off and shown the red card must leave the vicinity of the field of play and the technical area.


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The additional language confirms that the location of the restart is where the infringement occurred

LAW 14 – The Penalty Kick

  • Infringements/Sanctions Section

  • New Text:

  • The player taking the penalty kick infringes the Laws of the Game:

  • If the ball does not enter the goal, the referee stops play and restarts the match with an indirect free kick, from the place where the infringement occurred, to the defending team


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This reference to “infringes the Laws of the Game” is intended only to simplify and make the language consistent. The phrase does not include infringements of Laws other than 14.

The additional language confirms that the location of the restart is where the infringement occurred

LAW 14 – The Penalty Kick

  • Infringements/Sanctions Section

  • New Text:

  • A team-mate of the player taking the kick infringes the Laws of the Game:

  • If the ball does not enter the goal, the referee stops play and restarts the match with an indirect free kick, from the place where the infringement occurred, to the defending team


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This reference to “infringes the Laws of the Game” is intended only to simplify and make the language consistent. The phrase does not include infringements of Laws other than 14.

LAW 14 – The Penalty Kick

Infringements/Sanctions Section

New Text:

A team-mate of the goalkeeper infringes the Laws of the Game:


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LAW 17 – The Corner Kick

  • Procedure

  • New Text:

  • Opponents remain at least 9.15 m (10 yds) from the corner arc until the ball is in play

Reason:

Consistency with Law 1 (sets the minimum distance regardless of where the ball is placed)


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Additional Instructions

Delaying the restart of play (new bullet point 6)

Referees must caution players who delay the restart of play by tactics such as:

[List of five specific actions]

  • Provoking a confrontation by deliberately touching the ball after the referee has stopped play


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Referees should anticipate this behavior and make every effort to prevent it

Additional Instructions

  • Provoking a confrontation by deliberately touching the ball after the referee has stopped play

  • Referees should consider a caution if, in their opinion, the player’s action is:

  • disputed by opponents

  • performed in a provocative manner

  • persists despite the referee’s instructions

  • likely to lead to a confrontation

  • The focus is on players who:

  • attempt to take the ball out of the opponent’s net area after scoring a goal

  • take possession of the ball at a stoppage when it is not their restart


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Amendments to the Laws of the Game will take effect as of June 1, 2006

(in time for the World Cup)

The additional instruction is in effect immediately


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History

  • 1994 World Cup

  • Leonardo elbows Tab Ramos,

    Fractures his skull. Suspended from the rest of the tournament


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