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off-side

the off-side of a horse is the horse's right hand side. The horse is always mounted from the left or near side.
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Whether James McArthur was off-side when Dwight Gayle shot before the ball ricocheted in off the Scot was the talking point and assistant referee Peter Kirkup and referee Keith Stroud belatedly ruled he was and the effort was chalked off.
I have been aware that there are pedestrians on the crossing slightly obscured from my view, crossing from my off-side.
It's why Keys and Gray bitched off-camera about 25-year-old assistant referee Sian Massey, saying she couldn't possibly understand the off-side rule.
Italian Roberto Rosetti and his assistant Stefano Ayroldi awarded Argentine a clear off-side goal against Mexico on Sunday.
Parker was perhaps unfortunate to be flagged off-side after being picked out in the box by Diamanti.
Disallowed Coventry felt hard done by as they were the better side in the first half and after Best's header had put them in the lead, they had a 'goal' by Clinton Morrison ruled out for off-side.
We saw him afterwards and he said when the linesman flagged he thought it was for off-side which he over-ruled.
Bedford led on seven minutes as fly-half Ben Patston landed a 30- metre penalty to punish a Coventry off-side.
I've iced his off-side foreleg and I'm really just hoping that he's jarred up on the very hard track at Queanbeyan," Janiak said.
At one point somebody shouted 'Matthew, you're off-side', and he answered: 'What does off-side mean?
But should we really be so quick to call off-side on these less than Prince Charmers?