Examples of player who played for three countries.
As mentioned in the question, Alfredo Di Stéfano played for Argentina and Spain. In addition to that, he played for Columbia - although those matches aren't in the official FIFA records.
László Kubala played for Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Spain. Kubala also played for Catalonia - however, this team is not ...
Team officials are cautioned and dismissed (receive yellow and red cards) (in law as of 2019-20) largely for inappropriate behaviour or interference with the game or mistreatment of other people.
There is no further specifications of who exactly can be a team official other than that they are, by definition,
[a]ny non-player listed on the official team ...
In general, the rules regarding this are pretty simple.
From the FIFA Statutes (2019) under the Regulations Governing the Application of the Statutes - Article 5:
1. Any person holding a permanent nationality that is not dependent on
residence in a certain country is eligible to play for the representative
teams of the association of that country.
According to rule L.21 of the current Premier League Handbook:
At least 75 minutes before the time fixed for the kick-off of a League Match, a
representative of each participating Club shall submit a team sheet by such method
as approved by the Board containing the following particulars:
the shirt numbers and names of its Players (including ...
The whistle was not blown, at all.
Play was never stopped.
No player was penalised for offside.
There was never a free kick.
Alisson played the ball legally to Salah in the same way he and every other goalkeeper does regularly.
Salah was not offside.
Salah is several metres into his own half at the moment the ball is played by his team-mate, and therefore he is the exact opposite of "well offside when Alisson passed the ball".
It does not matter that he entered the opponent's half before the ball, or that he was nearer to the opponent's goal-line than the second-to-last defender ...
Looking at the Alisson Becker's pass to Mo Salah here you can see that Salah receives it in Liverpool's own half. We don't have a clear shot of where Salah was at the time of the pass, but given his distance from midfield and the direction he's running, it's clear that he was in Liverpool's half at the time of pass.
Offside can only happen when the ...
Salah was on Liverpools side when Alisson kicked the ball, offside can be when the receiving player is on the other teams half and if the other team doesn't have atleast 2 player behind him but yeah you can read the rules from E. Sommer's comment
You can check soccerstats.com it has plenty of information about football leagues, teams and like what you asked for goals in time periods as well. For example for the Premier League here is a link:premier league timing stats
Yes, they will continue, even if all players have taken a penalty kick. The procedure is described e.g. here on Wikipedia:
If after five rounds of kicks the teams have an equal number of successful kicks, additional rounds of one kick each will be used until one team scores and the other misses. This is known as sudden death.
If this were something that happened consistently on all platform, it would be safe to assume that it is an official abbreviation that the team prefers to use. However, in the given case, and judging from the way you have framed the question, this is not something that happens consistently, instead differs from platform to platform. Therefore, it is safe to ...
Didi was given it.
The Golden Ball award for best player was not officially given (in its current form) until 1982. Awards from before this time may be somewhat disputable, but nevertheless...
FIFA's official website lists Didi as the recipient of the 1958 (and 1962) World Cup Golden Ball awards. One may presume that the organization responsible for the ...