Talking Points: Can you still issue a yellow or red card for DOGSO after a goal is scored? July 28, 2021 July 28, 2021 PRO media DOGSO , Talking Points During Week 13, Minnesota United appealed for a penalty kick after Seattle Sounders’ Abdoulaye Cissoko appeared to hold back Robin Lod, who had burst into the penalty area, was centrally ...
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I would classify this as DGH or DOGSO-H. The defender was well behind the ball and attacker, the ball was moving foreword, he was nearly within the 18 yd. box, and probably could've made a play on the ball. All 4 D's were met for a "DOGSO Redso" (Red card from DOGSO.)
If all of the criteria for DOGSO are met then the next consideration for the referee is whether he will punish the offence with a red or yellow card. If it is a handball offence, including a goalkeeper using his hands outside of the penalty area, then it is a red card offence.
The downgrading of a red card was never intended for or applied to DOGSO handball. So you are clear there. The second yellow, its your call, yellow for persistent is justified but under the circumstance perhaps harsh. A retake would have been enough of a punishment for him but if I was assessing I would have accepted a caution for PO.
For all handball DOGSO offenses, irrespective of where they occur, there is no change. Deliberately handling the ball is not part of a ‘normal’ attempt to challenge an opponent for the ball, so for all DOGSO handball offenses, inside and outside the penalty area, the player will be sent off (red card).
Video Example: DOGSO - DIRECT FREE KICK - RED CARD Summary: While chasing down the White Attacker, the Red Defender holds the attacker around the shoulder and the chest, making the attacker off balance and denies an obvious goal scoring opportunity by a holding offence. All considerations are met for DOGSO. The one consideration in question is ...
LOTG on DOGSO situations. The IFAB has launched the new rules and says that a red card still should be given for DOGSO situations like the ones below: “Where a player denies the opposing team a goal or an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by a deliberate handball offence the player is sent off wherever the offence occurs.”.
Our friend Max Dotto created this amazing decisional flowchart to help you better understand the steps taken when judging a DOGSO or SPA. Feel free to save them and use them to study for your next games!