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Tom Grady Wed May 05, 2004 01:43pm

When I played in the 70's and 80's I remember offside being a team penalty served by the in home. The rulebook now talks about sending the player who is offside to the penaly box. As trail I often see that the team is offside, but I don't know which player was the last to cross midfield. Who goes to the box to serve? The same thing applies to too many men on the field. Any help?

Snake~eyes Wed May 05, 2004 02:18pm

Simple answer. If you know who it was make them serve it, otherwise go to the inhome.

stevesmith Thu May 06, 2004 12:36am

Have to agree with Snake on this one. It can be a tricky situation trying to determine who is offside. If I saw it happen, I'll put that player in the box. If I look up and notice that "someone" is offside because there aren't the correct number of players, then I'll take the inhome. I had this happen a couple of weeks ago and the inhome was already in the box serving time for a personal foul. In that case, I took the next name in the book and put that player in the box. He REALLY didn't like that and almost earned himself a conduct foul to go with it, but that's what we did.

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