You do it the same like when your teammate / opponent is laying there. That´s what I did and taught. If there´s somebody injured (like a broken bone), which almost never happens, pass the ball out. If there´s somebody (opponent!) screaming like hell, keep playing and let the ref stop the play (he has the right to blow a whistle), but tell kids to always pass it out when a kid screams/cries of course. If there´s someone with a leg cramp, keep playing, if it´s a close game and we want to score. If someone´s laying 50cm next to the sideline, he can hop outside, no matter if he has a cramp, why should I stop the match? If somebody´s injured or bleeding, okay. But the ref has the right to make a call and stop the play, it´s not my decision to pass the ball outside if some teams lay there 5+ times per game.New Never understood kicking the ball out when opponent player is injured. Play on till there's a natural stoppage at which point the ref can blow the whistle
I imagine it's a very difficult spot for a ref with a collision at that speed. It's quite possible to get concussed from that kind of impact without a head contact, as well.That's a terrible job by the ref. Twellman is wrong, no indication of a head injury. Rewarded Wales for staying down after a bad defensive error.