Holding the man

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Holding the man is an infringement in the game of Australian rules football.[1] This occurs when a player is tackling his opponent without the ball. If the team whose player committed the infringement plays on, then a free kick will be awarded. However, if the team whose player was tackled without the ball plays on, then the advantage is paid.

References

  1. ^ Tippett, Ben. "The Complete Guide To Understanding Australian Rules Football". Deadspin. Retrieved 2017-12-13.
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