I had one on the weekend - striker beats defender who, when striker is 8 yards from goal, screams at him.
Striker fluffs kick and GK collects the scraps.
Whistle, IFK, yellow. All accepted with little question.
Couldn't bring myself to DOGSO as the striker seemed to be off balance anyway.
But for @one 's helpful still (which seems to indicate this should be a FK to the keeper), I'd go penalty on this one
Assuming he is not in control and he has merely patted the ball away, careless charge regardless of whether he's tipped the ball away or not. Could have avoided the...
This is now rather hypothetical. The OP GK did not dive headlong into another player. His movement was across the path of the striker and not towards him. If anything, the striker has run into the GK.
For me, if the GK is doing something they would be expected to do, we should be cautious...
Trips are only offences if careless, of course.
And it's different because he's not tapping past, he is shooting. The GK is making a save. They are conceptually distinct.
It's readily accepted that sometimes saves are not successful. It's also readily accepted, I would suggest, that if an...
I was AR on a match recently where I flagged because a player near me coming in to challenge for a high ball barked like a dog so loudly the opponent under the ball took his eyes off and turned around.
But you're still applying objective criteria and using the reaction if the player as evidence of the degree of offinabus.
I take it @RyantheRef is urging caution against allowing emotions affect decisions because the decision could be less affected by the temperature of the match and more by...
I got 'you're a moron' once and dismissed for it. It was in the last 10 minutes or so, it was loud, and it came immediately after I'd second yellowed a teammate for screaming at my young assistant.
I felt very little guilt.
Looks like he gave a DFK to me.
Further, "the referee has brought this on himself - he took so long to look at this and make his decision". He took less than a minute!
Always looking to find fault with the referee to excuse the players