Offsides Trap Painting by David Cooper

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Player heads ball into open net.

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Painting: Oil on Canvas.

Offsides trap is used in football (soccer) to gain a defensive advantage. Defensive players move forward in front of offensive players. There needs to be two defensive players between the goal and the closet offensive player when the ball is kicked to have the play stopped. The linesman watches intensely to see it there is offsides and raises his flag if there is. In this case there was no offsides causing some of the fans to be upset. The bottom half (players) was started in 1986 and the top half (spectators) painted 30 years later in 2016.


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Offsides Trap

David Cooper

United States

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Size: 50 W x 36 H x 1 in

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