Lets improve the game.

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by abu13, 8 May 2017.

  1. willipp

    willipp

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    Not necessarily, totally transformed the game of hockey when they removed the offside rule, made the game faster, more open and more exciting. Not saying it would work in football, but i think its an interesting option i have often wondered about.

    Make throw ins, kick ins, again that would make the game quicker and far more impact from a throw / kick in.

    Treat injuries on the pitch and let the game continue whilst being treated, pretty much like rugby i think. Would get rid pretty quick of all the fake injuries and make the game more fluid.
     
  2. mat

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    Personally it's a big bearer with me. Goalkeeper is a specialist position. By replacing an outfield player with a keeper isn't as much as a punishment as some teams park the bus in that situation.
     
  3. mat

    mat

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    Nope.

    It's a fucked up league that supports clubs ladent with debt and kicks off when someone who isn't comes along.
     

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