This is a question that has been playing around on my mind for a little while. Keely was there and may also have input on the scenario. an attacker has started the approach to the circle and is fouled by player one.(stick offense, could have been a deliberate play) I play advantage and the attacker has moved with the ball less than 5 metres and player two makes a clean tackle. I then blow my whistle and award the first foul outside the attacking circle. Player two then proceeds to mouth (hits the ball away) and I award the corner. after the game he comes up to me and tells me it was a bad call. I tried to explain that the first player didnt gain the advantage and I awarded the free where the player was fouled the first time. The player then says he had advantage and entered the circle...says whatever, it was a terrible call. (being a national player...maybe he knows ) any way Keely told me I should have used "the first tackle occured and the attacker didnt gain a clear opportunity for advantage to be played. So I awarded it back at the first infringment." What my question is...does this occur to anyone else and what are other ways to handle a situation like this. I normlly get away with...( please take it back X metres where the first offence occured..player got no advantage...thanks guys...and I hadnt got this issue. So Im seeing what others are doing that could help me in this.