Ifab will prevent goalkeepers from ‘dancing’ in penalty kicks

The association clarifies that in order for the penalty kick to be taken, the goalkeeper must keep both feet in contact with the goal line or be in front.



politeness | After Andrew Redmayne’s performance against Peru, Ifab made the rules official

Andrew Redmayne became one of the great champions in Australia’s qualification for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. He entered the end of the match against Peru with the clear intention of facing a penalty shootout.

There was an intent to psychologically affect his presence, however, and he drew attention as he began to move over the finish line.

With Peru’s first shot, Andrew Redmayne accomplished the moves that earned him the nickname “The Dancing Goalkeeper”.

He would move from side to side and constantly extend his arms and legs in order to distract the enforcers. Specifically, Luis Advinkola hit the post and saved Alex Valera’s sixth shot from the ‘bi-color’, which ruled Australia over Qatar 2022.

But these actions by Andrew Redmayne against the Peruvian team would not have been valid if the playoffs had been moved a few weeks later.

The International Football Association Board (IFAB), which is responsible for setting the rules of world football, has made an amendment to the Laws of the Game for the 2022-2023 season, primarily targeting goalkeepers and their actions during penalty kicks.

Ifab, an international federation made up of the four UK football associations and FIFA, has announced that from 1 July the novelties in the rules of the global football game will apply.

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There are six amendments and Rule 14 focuses on the development of punishment. Ifab explains that until the penalty is carried out, the goalkeeper will have to keep both feet in contact with the goal line or be in front.

“It was emphasized that the spirit of the rule required the goalkeeper to place both feet in direct contact with or directly above the goal line until the maximum penalty was carried out,” says Ivabe.

What does this mean?

During a penalty shootout, in the definition of a penalty shootout or a maximum penalty imposed during a match, goalkeepers will be prohibited from keeping one foot off the goal line.

This action was carried out by Andrew Redmayne against the Peruvian team, if they had the current regulations in the playoffs, the Australian would have committed a foul.

From July 1, goalkeepers will not be able to perform “dances” on penalties, which will logically also apply in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

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