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can somebody explain me, when there is an indirect, and when there i's a free kick?

cuz in this weekends game between intermilan and juventus, adriano scored a free kick, but it was disallowed cuz it had to be touched by somebody (indirect free kick)

seems like the ref decides this, but based on what?



ps: one other thing: in england, i once saw a free kick INSIDE a penalty area, i mean wtf! normally when a free kick is given, it s due to a foul.
but when a foul is commited inside the penalty area, isnt this automatically a penalty kick?
 

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From Toni's link:

"Playing dangerously (a direct free kick restart offence), is when a player knows exactly where his opponent is, and makes a purposeful challenge that is careless, reckless, of using excessive force."

Shouldn't this apply for the specific offence mentioned?

I personally don't know. It's a difficult decision to make.
 

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Great Outdoors said:
Are you only asking this because of what happened to Adriano over the weekend? ;)

no just in general:
i thought the kick player may choose, wheter he places it direct in goal , or places it to a team mate's head for example...
 
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