Week 11 Laws of the Game Quiz 2018-2019

Week 11 Laws of the Game Quiz 2018-2019. An interesting situation in Italy where a referee has given a penalty kick for swearing. How does the referee has to handle in situations like this?

Full quiz below.

Penalty given for swearing

Screenshot from Italian news website

The quiz

15 thoughts on “Week 11 Laws of the Game Quiz 2018-2019

  1. Greetings, My name is Mohau, 26 years old male from Johannesburg, South Africa.

    I am also a match official in my area and affiliated under SOUTH AFRICAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, I am very passionate about being an official and its about 5-6 years of my experience in the field.

    I love being an official, and achieve big, i enjoyed the quiz and would love to participate in more to expand my chances of winning Referee Goodies from RefereeWorldUk

    • Hi, thanks for enjoying the quizzes. You can win by answering all questions correctly. If more than one referee a winner will be randomly picked.

    • Earlier this day the answer has already been changed to the correct one. the explanation text is leading and tells you the correct answer as well.

  2. Question number 3 has the ‘wrong text’ choice no.D(4).
    The question is..What is NOT TRUE……SO, why fail us for getting the Correct Answer( the Referee cannot refuse to start play if the two G/keepers have same coloured Jerseys and none has another one to change.

  3. Hi.
    Thanks for what you are doing.
    sometimes (December) you provided a link to dowload quizes on LOG plus clips one can use . for some reason I cant find the link( it was a huge file upto 10GB. Would you send me the link?
    Evans.

  4. Q1 – I don’t get it. How can insulting the ref after award of a penalty kick result in a switch from penalty kick to indirect free kick + red card? In the final minutes of a close game a defender would be extremely tempted use this loophole to avoid a penalty kick.

    • That’s not the case, Dave. A player is swearing and a referee in Italy gave a penalty for the that. The question here is: what is the correct call and that’s indirect free kick, as it’s a verbal offence.

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