FIFA have ratified some new laws for next season. 1. Any handball leading to a goal will mean that the goal will be disallowed. 2. Attacking team players will not be allowed within 1 metre of any defensive wall, presumably to reduce pushing and shoving as well as removing the professional 'taking down of the wall' which some players are very adept at. 3. Goal kicks no longer need to leave the penalty area, so should stop one avenue for time wasting. 4. Penalty change is that the goalkeeper only needs one foot on the line when the penalty is taken. I think they actually look reasonably sensible although I am not sure how far back one might go to judge an accidental handball? NB: Edited in light of FIFA probably dropping the penalty save/rebound proposals.