Discuss... I've been seeing this alot more in the U-12 games I ref... The play goes as such: player A sets up to take the corner and calls over another teammate (player B) to take the kick. As player B runs toward the corner, player A lightly touches the ball as he moves past it and it rolls forward a few inches. Since the ball has been put into play, player B runs over and starts dribbling in toward the net. This generally catches everyone on the other team off guard and they look at me with confusion as if I should whistle the play dead. The way I've handled this situation as explained exactly above, is to caution player A for trickery and award an indirect kick to the other team. However, I've let the play go off on other occasions when there is no verbal communication (player B runs over on his own). The trickery, IMO, is the calling over of the other player which makes the other team think they still need to take the kick. Otherwise i think it's a legit play. I've also cautioned a coach for trickery because he will yell at Player A to let Player B take it. I've had a coach tell me about their "trick" play ahead of time and was able to explain to him what was "legal" and what was not. As a result, he chose not to use the play. Has anybody else encountered this? How would/did you handle this?