Offside Rule

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The Offside Rule applies in Association Football:

The primary sphere-hoofer is in an offside position if he is more adjacent to his opponents' box-net line than both the roundy-bouncer and the second-last opponent. But, the hoofer is NOT in an offside position if he is in his own half of the field of play or he is level with the second-last tackler-bob or he is level with the last two attacking silly-mid-ons. Breaking the offside rule is both not an offence and an offense at the same time.