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Definition of "kicked" to the GK

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Law 12 says an IDFK is awarded when a GK handles a ball which has been kicked deliberately to him by a team-mate. I gave an IFK when the knee was used over the weekend. What is the correct definition of 'kicked'?
 
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No not really. The ball fell on to the knee so could have looked like it was the foot to many on the field but I was on top of it and it was just the knee made the contact. They did moan later in the game when I send two players packing within 5 minutes but those decisions were definitely right!
 

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I failed to give one when a player put his head to the floor and nudged it back, I didn't miss it, i clearly saw it, but at that time, early on in my career, I wasn't 100% with what to do, so i let it slide. Regretted it after when I realised I could have been a bigger **** than what they already thought I was.... never missed one again!!!
 
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Few times today Law 18 seems to have vacated the building on threads !!
Common sense/general knowledge,knowing the human anatomy....
I am well aware of anatomy unfortunately I gave the decision incorrectly but not unreasonable to think that you kick with your legs. Take swimming for instance, nobody says kick with your feet.
 
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I failed to give one when a player put his head to the floor and nudged it back, I didn't miss it, i clearly saw it, but at that time, early on in my career, I wasn't 100% with what to do, so i let it slide. Regretted it after when I realised I could have been a bigger **** than what they already thought I was.... never missed one again!!!
They probably still moan at you for not being consistent now!😋
 
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